Category Archives: Manchester City
The FA never like to make their job easy, do they? They also have a habit of getting things very wrong. Consistently being inconsistent.
Manchester City end decades wait and finally beat Arsenal away, 2-0 at the Emirates Stadium. The fixture was more about referee Mike Dean who was at the center of a boiled up contest between Gunners and City players.
Arsenal and Manchester City lock horns in a must win game as both look to catch their arch rivals. Arsenal lie sixth in the league, two points behind rivals Tottenham whereas City are no less than 7 points behind leaders Manchester … Continue reading
Last season, Sunderland were one of the few teams that defeated Manchester City in the premier league. Roberto Mancini has to make sure that the same does not happen tomorrow at the Stadium of Light as City look extend their … Continue reading
The champions Manchester city will be looking to bounce back after a horrendous Champions league campaign that kicked them out of Europe altogether. On the other hand, Manchester United, who are currently three points ahead of their rivals will look … Continue reading
Ongoing managerial feuds; ranting and raving antics from the touchline; cautious tactics and inconsistent results beg the question: what’s happening to Roberto Mancini and Man City in recent weeks? and a different one that perhaps Mancini is Wenger in disgiuse.
Aston Villa manager, Paul Lambert, says that his team fully deserved to progress to the next stage of the Capital One Cup after knocking out Manchester City.
They say “no player is bigger than the club” perhaps right, but there are certain the club can hardly replace, especially the Loyal ones. Liverpool fans have been desperate for success since the departure of pass magician Xabi Alonso, still … Continue reading
Roberto Mancini, on signing Edin Dzeko, considered him as a player who can “make the difference”. 18 months later, the Bosnian striker finds himself in a complex scenario. Dzeko was signed for a heavy fee of £27 million i.e. sixth … Continue reading
As their rivals delve into the stalls of the transfer market, Manchester City are yet to break sweat. Some fans may be concerned, as the chasers appear to become stronger, whilst their beloved Sky Blues simply watch from the throne. … Continue reading