Manchester City Need More Stability

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Manchester City need more stability. Pep Guardiola’s side struggled mightily with the issue all season. Now that they have a little less than two months sign players before the new season gets into full swing, the Spaniard has to make City’s stability his number one priority. Manchester City Need More Stability The 2019/20 Season Manchester […] READ MORE


Manchester City Mistakes Cost Them in Champions League Loss

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Manchester City and Pep Guardiola made costly mistakes as they were knocked out of the Champions League last night. They faced an Olympique Lyonnais side that were ready for the moment. But, Lyon may not have been going through to the semi-finals if it wasn’t for a number of mistakes by both City players and […] READ MORE


The Threats That Manchester City and Lyon Pose to Each Other

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Manchester City face off against French side Lyon in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals on Saturday night. City famously lost to the same opponents in last season’s group stage, but this Lyon is far different and, under Rudi Garcia, they present a much different task for Manchester City. Manchester City Better Be Wary of Lyon […] READ MORE


REPORT: David Silva Set to Sign for Serie A Side Lazio

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Manchester City legend David Silva looks to have found his new home.  The Spanish midfielder is going to sign a three-year-contract with Lazio in the next few days, according to Fabrizio Romano.  The 34-year-old, who dazzled at Manchester City for the last decade,e has decided to make Serie A his next destination for wizardry. David […] READ MORE


Manchester City Ride Real Madrid Mistakes to Progress Into Quarter-Finals

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Manchester City took full advantage of some major mistakes by Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane to progress into the Champions League quarter-finals. City stepped out onto the pitch at the Etihad with a 2-1 aggregate lead over Los Blancos. Early on, City looked the better side,  but there is a reason that Real Madrid hold […] READ MORE


Eric Garcia Refuses Contract Extension as He Eyes Barcelona Move

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Pep Guardiola has announced that Manchester City centre-back prospect Eric Garcia does not want to sign a new contract. The Spanish youth international is about to enter the final year of his contract in Manchester, but the Barcelona-born defender has heard the call from home and looks to have his mind set on returning to Barcelona. […] READ MORE


Manchester City Face Tough Real Madrid Test in Champions League

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Finally, after months of waiting, Manchester City resume their Champions League tie against Real Madrid. The COVID-19 hit Europe right in the middle of the Champions League round of 16, leaving behind a wild mess of ties to be played. So, since it’s been a while, let’s take a look at what happened when Manchester […] READ MORE


REPORT: Manchester City Agree Deal for Ferran Torres

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Manchester City have agreed a deal for their first signing of the summer in Valencia winger Ferran Torres.  The deal, according to The Athletic’s Sam Lee, is worth €25 million with somewhere between €10-€15 million in performance-based add-ons. Torres is expected to sign a contract through June 2025 as Manchester City’s newest Spanish international. Manchester City […] READ MORE


Pep Guardiola’s Team Selection Costs Manchester City in Defeat to Arsenal

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Pep Guardiola’s team selection cost Manchester City a trip to the FA Cup final. City were without a solid defensive presence in midfield when they took the field against Arsenal on Saturday. The Citizens have played well this season with Ilkay Gundogan on the field. But, in games when he is asked to hold up […] READ MORE


Manchester City’s Two-Year Ban Overturned: What Next for Financial Fair Play?

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In what must come as a surprise to some, Manchester City’s two-year Champions League ban has been overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). City’s ban was for allegedly lying about sponsorship payments to circumvent Financial Fair Play (FFP). The court’s decision means City will only pay a €10 million fine rather than […] READ MORE