Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov has said the team are fighting their nerves as the Premier League title run-in approaches, according to ESPN.
Kolarov added that City have to win each of their final 12 games of the season if they are to regain the title.
“It will be very difficult to the very end because now we have played two games less and we need to win them,” Kolarov said.
“It's very important we do that because we w...More
Manchester City’s Samir Nasri has said he does not fear Chelsea as the race for the premier League crown hots up, Sky Sports with just 10 games of the season remaining.
Chelsea currently top the table having won 63 points from the 28 games played so far this season, four points clear of both Liverpool and Arsenal, and currently six clear of City - who do have two games in hand on the London club.
City will reclaim top spot by goal...More
Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero hopes his recent injury problems that have plagued his otherwise super season are over as he looks to continue the club’s push for more silverware, reports Sky Sports.
The Argentina star returned from a hamstring injury to play almost an hour of the club’s 3 - 1 Wembley Capital One Cup final triumph - his first appearance since the end of January.
And the player claims he feels no effects from ...More
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has admitted that he would swap his side’s place at the top of the Premier League with Manchester City, according to ESPN.
The Blues lead the Premier League and hold a six point advantage over Manchester City but they have two games in hand with a superior goal difference over their title rivals.
The Portuguese boss claimed that City had their title future in their own hands and are in the best position...More
Samir Nasri has said the key to his Manchester City performances is the trust of Manuel Pellegrini, Sky Sports has reported, with the midfielder comparing Pellegrini to his old Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.
Nasri left the Gunners for City in 2011and told L’Equipe that Pellegrini has been a breath of fresh air compared to the manager who brought him to the Etihad Stadium, Roberto Mancini.
Pellegrini replaced Mancini at the start of the...More
Manchester City assistant manager Brian Kidd has said Manuel Pellegrini is reaping the rewards for taking the Capital One Cup seriously, Sky Sports has reported.
City beat Sunderland 3-1 at Wembley on Sunday to land the first piece of silverware available to them this season, and Pellegrini’s first as a manager in Europe. City can still win the FA Cup, Premier League and Champions League but Kidd believes the League Cup is as importa...More
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