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A Busy Summer Awaits Guardiola in the Transfer Market

17 Apr

This is a post written by Will Harrison. When Pep Guardiola took charge at Manchester City last summer, fans were excited about how one of the world’s leading managers would impose his playing philosophy on a squad in decline. £180 million may have been spent, but that question is yet to be answered. The upcoming [...]

Premier League Season 2016 / 2017 Overview

14 Apr

This is a guest post from Marco. The Early Stages – The Citizens were looking unstoppable The arrival of Pep Guardiola has raised hopes and expectations from the fans and the start of the new season couldn’t have been any better. Six victories in the first six rounds, including the win in the big derby [...]

Virtual football Sports betting

11 Apr

This is a post created by Paul Smart. Betting is always considered a shortcut for multiplying your money but I actually prefer it to call a thrilling experience to grow your money faster. It gives a hope where everyone stands equal chance of winning irrespective of their whereabouts and because of its excitement of uncertainty [...]

City Comfortable In Defeating Hull

9 Apr

This is a guest post by Vikki Steel. After a pair of disappointing results on the road to Arsenal and Chelsea, Manchester City bounced back to winning ways on Saturday afternoon at home to Hull. Pep Guardiola’s side ran out comfortable victors against the visitors thanks to goals from Sergio Aguero, Fabian Delph and an [...]

Why City’s Priority In The Summer Should Be A New Full-Back

27 Mar

This is a guest post by Lachlan. With the title already having almost been secured by Chelsea and with Manchester City likely to finish in the top four should they continue their recent excellent form, thoughts have already turned to the summer transfer window and the changes Pep Guardiola should make. Many have voiced their [...]

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