Fernandinho – Time for More Praise

17 Oct

This is a guest post from Peter Jonson. Ever since he joined Manchester City, Fernandinho has never attracted the widespread acclaim that he deserves. For a couple of years, his central midfield partner Yaya Toure was on the receiving end of the media’s praise for his goalscoring ability and composure in possession, but in the [...]

Barcelona versus Manchester City

16 Oct

This is a guest post from Peter Jonson. On Wednesday at the Camp Nou, Manchester City will face Barcelona, hoping to get their revenge for two defeats to the Spanish side in the last three years in the competition. City were able to advance to the semi-final stage of last year’s tournament, possibly because they [...]

Will Guardiola win the Champions League with City?

14 Oct

This is a guest post from Eugen Platon. After a few years when the best players left the Premier League for Spanish or German teams and the competition seemed to decrease in value, things seemed to change and top players were signed by the English teams. And last summer transfers shows us why is so [...]

John Stones’ First Few Months in Manchester

9 Oct

Following the excellent start to the season that Manchester City have shown under Pep Guardiola, much of the praise from fans and media alike has centred on the attacking stars that combine to make this City side thrilling to watch. The likes of Sergio Aguero, Kevin De Bruyne, David Silva and Raheem Sterling have all [...]

Guardiola’s Start at City

9 Oct

This is a guest post from Vikki Steel. We are now three months into Pep Guardiola’s first season in Manchester in charge of City, and has a time it has been so far. Gone is the plodding football and disconnected atmosphere that characterised Manuel Pellegrini’s final year at the club, and in its place there [...]

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