Former Manchester City captain Claudio Reyna has been announced as the new director of football at New York City FC.
ITV Sport reports the deal has been struck as part of the new partnership between City and baseball giants the New York Yankees.
Reyna, who represented the United States in three separate World Cup final tournaments, and was voted in the FIFA Team of the Tournament in 2002, was a surprise choice for the role. However,...More
Manuel Pellegrini could be announced as the new Manchester City manager by the end of next week, with a view to an immediate start, says The Daily Telegraph.
The Chilean coach confirmed that he will be leaving current club Malaga at the end of the season, with Sunday's La Liga fixture against Deportivo La Coruna set to bring the curtain down on his career in Spain.
And City, who have earmarked the ex-Real Madrid boss as the successo...More
Manchester City chief executive Ferrian Soriano has insisted it was time for the club to begin a new cycle, in an attempt to explain the decision to sack Roberto Mancini before the end of the Premier League season, Sky Sports has reported.
Mancini was dismissed a year to the day after winning the Premier League title, but near the climax of a season that saw City fail to make an adequate defence of their crown, lose out in the FA Cup...More
Pablo Zabaleta believes that Manchester City manager-in-waiting Manuel Pellegrini will produce a more attractive style of play than his predecessor Roberto Mancini, the Daily Mirror has reported.
Mancini was sacked shortly before the end of the season, a year to the day after winning the Premier League, City’s first title success in more than 40 years. The axe fell days after City were beaten in the FA Cup final by Wigan Athletic, wh...More
Manuel Pellegrini has received more backing on his likely appointment as Manchester City manager, with the support coming from Citizens midfielder Samir Nasri, who has spoken on the club’s American post-season tour of his admiration for Pellegrini’s managerial abilities.
The French international told Sky Sports News: “I think he is a great manager. He proved himself with Villarreal. At Real Madrid as well, even though he didn’t win t...More
England manager Roy Hodgson has hit out at Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham for arranging post-season tours after the domestic season has finished.
England have two friendlies to play in the next fortnight against the Republic of Ireland at Wembley, before travelling to Rio to face 2014 World Cup hosts Brazil for the second time in the calendar year.
The FA brought the dates of these friendlies forward to allow players to have...More
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