Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini wants changes made to the way in which groups are drawn for the Champions League, ESPN has reported.
City have been pitted against Bayern Munich, Roma and CSKA Moscow, playing the German and Russian champions for the second year in a row. The Premier League title winners received such a tough draw because of a low UEFA coefficient that placed them in the second set of seeds, but Pellegrini be...More
Manchester City begin their latest tilt at the Champions League with a trip to the Allianz Arena, hoping to win there in the group stage for the second season in succession.
Reaching the knockout stages of this competition for the first time last term represented steady progress for the Premier League champions, but with the quality that exists within the squad, they should be aiming higher in 2014-15. That is despite being given a ...More
Manuel Pellegrini has told Manchester City and England number one Joe Hart he should expect to miss games this season as the City boss rotates his squad through four competitions, Sky Sports has reported.
Hart’s place was called into question last season after a series of high profile blunders ultimately ended in him being dropped for Costel Pantilimon – before the England stopper was recalled to enjoy a strong second half of the sea...More
Manchester City will be aiming to hit back from their shock defeat to Stoke City by beating an Arsenal side that has failed to win its last two league matches, but triumphed 3-0 when they met in the Community Shield in August.
The hosts only finished nine points behind champions City last season, but results against their title rivals often proved their undoing, so they will have plenty to prove here as they look to ensure that thos...More
Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea are all set to receive payment from Manchester City’s Financial Fair Play fine, reports the Telegraph, after European clubs opted to split the money amongst themselves.
UEFA had drawn up plans to split the money across those who qualified for the Champions and Europa Leagues last season – something that has now been firmed up by the European Club Association.
As it stands Tottenham Hotspur, Wig...More
Manchester City striker Stevan Jovetic is likely to miss Saturday’s Premier League trip to rivals Arsenal after picking up a hamstring injury on international duty, ESPN has reported.
The 24-year-old suffered the injury in training with the Montenegro national team on Sunday, and was forced to miss the remainder of the session. As a result, he was unable to play in the 2-0 victory at home to Moldova on Monday evening.
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