Manchester City make the long journey to Russia to face CSKA Moscow in a game where defeat would seriously harm their chances of making the Champions League knockout stages.
Just one point from their first two Group E fixtures makes this one crucial for Manuel Pellegrini’s men, with their late defeat to Bayern Munich being followed by a home draw with Roma; a result which may prove costly in the final reckoning. It means that they c...More
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal believes his side can compete with Premier League leaders Chelsea and near neighbours Manchester City, ESPN has reported.
United trail the Blues by 10 points, sitting in sixth place after Monday night’s 2-2 draw with West Bromwich Albion. Albion took the lead through Stephane Sessegnon before Marouane Fellaini equalised in the second half. Saido Berahino put the Baggies in front again but Dale...More
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has offered his support to midfielder Yaya Toure and insisted that he is close to returning to top form, the Guardian is reporting.
The Ivorian was rested for Saturday’s 4-1 victory over Tottenham ahead of City’s important trip to Russia on Tuesday to take on CSKA Moscow in their third Champions League group match. The game will take place behind closed doors, partly due to the racist abuse a...More
The Daily Express is claiming that Manchester City will make an audacious attempt to sign German playmaker Mesut Ozil from Arsenal in the January transfer window.
Ozil has endured a rocky time in recent months at the Emirates Stadium, having started life in the Premier League superbly – with his current performances drawing deep criticism and frustration from fans and pundits.
He is currently side lined with a knee problem but this ...More
The Premier League resumes after the international break with Manchester City looking for a third straight win against a Tottenham side against whom they scored 11 goals in two games last season.
Even at this early stage of the season, Manuel Pellegrini’s side cannot afford to drop points and fall too far behind leaders Chelsea, but the last two performances away from home will have come as a relief, with players such as James Milne...More
Manchester City have told European football’s governing body UEFA that wealthy owners should not be penalised under Financial Fair Play rules should they invest heavily, the Daily Mail has reported.
In the summer City were fined £49m and saw their Champions League squad reduced for breaking the regulations, while French champions Paris St. Germain, bankrolled by billionaire Nasser Al-Khaleaifi, were also the victims of heavy sanction...More
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