Manuel Pellegrini won the Premier League and the Capital One Cup in his first season in charge of Man City and impressed many, including me. I liked, no I loved his hyper-aggressive strategies and that thirst for goals that never got satiated. The entire 2013-14 season was a thriller with Liverpool and its brilliant Luis Suarez giving City a run for their money. Pellegrini bought some excellent players in that season – Alvaro Negredo, Jesus Navas, Stevan Jovetic and Martin Demichelis, all of whom were instrumental in clinching both titles. Though they were cheaply eliminated in the F.A. Cup and had to face the wrath of Barcelona in the Champions League, it was still an excellent season for the team. It seemed that City were on the road to complete domination of the English Premier League. Fast-forward to the 2014-15, and City are without any silverware, and they sit second in the Premier League table after a string of poor performances. So just where did everything go wrong?