MAN CITY 4 – 2 Borussia Monchengladbach – MY THOUGHTS

9 Dec

Top spot in the group secured, four goals thumped past effervescent opponents and our Premier League struggles washed away amid a sea of Champions League success. All is well in the world of Man City, right? Well, not quite, because here’s a dose of reality; if we defend in the knockout rounds like we did [...]

5 Transfer Options for Manchester City to consider this January

24 Nov

This is a guest post from Matthew Harris. When you’re one of the richest clubs in the world and you’ve recently spent over £100m on two players it’s hard to imagine you’d be back in the transfer market six months later. But nevertheless, Manchester City could be ready to flex their muscles again in January [...]

Sevilla 1 – 3 MAN CITY – MY THOUGHTS

4 Nov

This was everything we had been waiting for. It was the type of commanding Champions League performance – full of intensity and purpose and control – that should be the norm for us, not just a pleasant surprise. It was thrilling to see. I’m sure many have spoken about Manuel Pellegrini’s tactics: his decision to [...]

Manchester United 0 – 0 MAN CITY – MY THOUGHTS

25 Oct

No goals, not many chances and not much excitement, yet, strangely, this was an absorbing affair. Sure, there wasn’t the free-flowing football or non-stop end-to-end action that we may have preferred to see, but this was a hard-fought, no-inch-given encounter for the purist. Many have called it boring. Others would use terms such as resilience [...]

Which City players can light up Euro 2016?

2 Oct

This is a post from William Hill. Manchester City are looking to put the European underachievement of recent years behind them in this campaign by finally showing they have what it takes to compete with the best teams on the continent as well as in England. Some big buys in the summer saw them maintain [...]

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