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The Race For The Champions League Positions

16 Mar

This is a post from Tess Ponsprood. The race to qualify for the Champions League is the most exciting for many years and the outcome of it could have a big bearing on Manuel Pellegrini’s future. Failure to finish in the top four this season would mean reviews for Pellegrini and City would be a [...]

City Should Up Their Efforts To Retain James Milner

12 Mar

This is a post from Tess Pugos. There is nothing covert about transfers in modern day football. No sooner has a player answered his phone to his agent than the headlines are out in force across the sporting world – sometimes even without a conversation ever taking place. It’s very rare we’re totally surprised by [...]

Time for Change at Manchester City?

6 Mar

This is a post by Gus Stopes. Manchester City have enjoyed a period of unprecedented success in the club’s history, with supporters who were beginning to question their faith prior to Sheikh Mansour’s arrival handsomely rewarded for their patience and dedication to the cause. Football, though, tends to work in cycles and it could be [...]

Manchester City In The Thick Of Champions League Action

20 Jan

This is a guest post. It is said that Manchester City cannot be viewed as a European heavyweight until they start to make waves in the UEFA Champions League. As it stands, the Blues are now a regular sight in the world’s premier club tournament, having qualified regularly for it since 2011. The learning curve [...]

Could Chelsea Beat Manchester City to the Signing of Mauro Icardi?

8 Jan

This is a post in collaboration with Bruce West. The start of a new year always signals the beginning of an important period for football managers who are given a month to find players who could make the all-important difference between success and failure. Manuel Pellegrini may look to make a real statement of intent [...]

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