Manchester City and the Champions League

14 Mar

This is a guest post from Andrew Moody. Tomorrow night sees the return leg of Manchester City tie with Dynamo Kyiv in the Champions League. After a dominant 3-1 victory away from home in Ukraine, Manuel Pellegrini will now be confident of overseeing progression to the quarter-finals for the first time in City’s history. The [...]

Don’t Bet On Manchester City For The Title

12 Mar

This is a sponsored post. Manchester City were held to a goalless draw away to Norwich on Saturday as their faltering title charge ended once and for all. Needing a victory from the game to maintain any pressure on the sides above them in the Barclays Premier League table, the Citizens were unable to prize [...]

MAN CITY 1 – 3 Leicester – MY THOUGHTS

7 Feb

Well, at least one team played like they wanted to be champions… Congratulations to Leicester, who were simply magnificent once again and whose remarkable season shows no sign of wilting away. They were outstanding: confident, committed, energetic, entertaining, spirited, silky. Everything we should be. Everything we’re not. If we can cast aside our feeling of bitter [...]

Cult Hero: Richard ‘The Monster’ Dunne

21 Jan

This is a post in collaboration with Steve McGrath. Following the recent entertaining list of FA Cup cult heroes from Betway, in line with the earlier third round ties during the illustrious knockout competition this year, a can of worms has been opened as we look at further fan favourites from clubs and national sides. [...]

Can Manchester City win the Champions League?

15 Jan

This is a post in collaboration with Ray Hobbs. Manchester City are one of the strongest clubs in England but have failed to make a major impact on the European stage in recent years. The Blues have been improving in the Champions League but haven’t managed to advance to the latter stages of the continent’s [...]

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