Manchester City’s Defence – Improvement Needed

5 Apr

Manchester City’s convincing 4-0 victory over Bournemouth on Saturday was the perfect build-up to the encounter with Paris Saint Germain in midweek. Pressure had been mounting on Manuel Pellegrini’s men, with a poor run of form extending to six months and West Ham’s impressive results combining to make Champions League qualification uncertain. A dominant display, [...]

Riechedly Bazoer Snub A Secret Blessing?

21 Mar

This is a guest post in collaboration with Erik Hutchison. After weeks of quite audible whispers, speculation of a potential summer move for Ajax youngster Riechedly Bazoer came to an abrupt end earlier this week as the 19-year-old officially ruled himself out of a potential switch to England in favour of staying in Amsterdam. On [...]

Thoughts Ahead of the Manchester Derby

18 Mar

This is a guest post from Andrew Moody. The time has almost arrived for the latest Manchester derby and neither club will be feeling too confident ahead of Sunday’s encounter. Both managers are feeling the heat, both squads are underperforming dramatically and both sets of supporters are fearing the worst. The staggering stat that City [...]

Manchester City’s Potential Opponents in the Champions League

16 Mar

This is a guest post from Andrew Moody. Manchester City secured their qualification to the last eight of the Champions League on Tuesday night following a goalless draw at home to Dynamo Kyiv. Having done all the hard work in Ukraine in the first leg of the tie, there was no onus on Manuel Pellegrini’s [...]

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 [...]

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