Sergio Aguero Is A Golden Boot Contender Again

3 Sep

This is a guest post from Jo Northwood. Saturday saw another comfortable City victory against a courageous and impressive Brighton side, albeit one that lacked a ruthless touch in front of goal. The visitors appeared energised by new manager Graham Potter and his way of playing – of passing the ball out from the back, [...]

Three Things We Learned From City’s Win Over Liverpool

9 Aug

This is a guest post from Alex Dudley. Manchester City kick-started their season which they hope will end with a record-equalling third Premier League title on the bounce with a Community Shield victory over last season’s runners-up Liverpool at Wembley. Raheem Sterling had put City ahead before a late Joel Matip header sent the game to penalties. City [...]

Players That Could Be Leaving City This Summer

1 Jul

This is a guest post from Linus. Pep Guardiola promised that this summer would be a huge one in terms of revamping the squad, and with the departure of Vincent Kompany already announced and David Silva recent revealing that he will be leaving the club next summer; there will be a massive push towards bringing in new players [...]

Who Should Replace Vincent Kompany?

16 Jun

This is a guest post from Linus. Losing your main central defender would be damaging to most teams, but Manchester City being without Vincent Kompany for the 2019-20 season is a strange thought indeed. The 33-year-old has been a stable in their defence ever since he joined the club in 2008, but he has opted to [...]

A History of the Manchester Derby

7 May

This is a guest post from Harry Green. The Manchester Derby, played between City and United, is one of the closest contested derbies in English football. Thousands of fans from both teams descend in Old Trafford or the City of Manchester Stadium to see which team will come out on top. Let’s take a closer look [...]

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