Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini says that he had purposely let the likes of Edin Dzeko and Stevan Jovetic go, because he saw a rising star in his side, in the form of Kelechi Iheanacho.
Videos of celebrities reading mean tweets have become the most popular thing on the internet and a few Manchester City players were the latest to indulge in this popular activity.
Manchester City vs Watford Review: Goals from Sterling and Fernandinho help City extend their lead at the top of the premier league table.
Manuel Pellegrini has lashed out at Arsene Wenger over his remarks about City's transfer business
Arsenal FC defender Bacary Sagna has refuted claims that he has agreed to sign a deal with Manchester City in the summer.
Italian giants Inter Milan have joined the race for Arsenal right-back Bacary Sagna as well as Manchester United left-back Patrice Evra.
Arsenal FC defender Bacary Sagna’s contract expires at the end of the season, but given the situation they must do what is required to keep him at the club.
Bacary Sagna is a key member of the Gunners' squad since joining in 2007. As his contract comes to an end in six months, it is important that Arsene Wenger keeps him at the club.
Against Napoli and West Bromwich Albion, Arsene Wenger played similar starting XIs with the rather novel characteristic of playing five players in midfield who like to operate centrally. While this formation worked successfully against the second place team in Serie A, Arsenal had less success at The Hawthorns. The nature of the midfield base pair, the lack of width in attack, and the opponent’s set up all played important roles in two different outcomes. Same Midfield Base Pair, Different Roles In the Napoli match, Arsene Wenger played two holding midfielders, with Mathieu Flamini and Mikel Arteta as the 2 in Arsenal’s 4-2-3-1, operating primarily as a midfield duo that sat in front of the back four. This type of formation gave Arsenal a solid defensive presence in the center of the pitch. It allowed the full-backs to bomb forward, and it let the front 4 stay high and play with remarkable fluidity, as they did not have to concern themselves […]
TheHardTackle's Guest Author Nicholas Godden notes how the Arsenal project is quickly unraveling in the hands of Arsene Wenger. From ceding the advantage in the North London derby to Tottenham, to even relying on cynical long-balls entirely at odds with the beautiful game, Arsenal are beginning to resemble a nightmare Arsene Wenger just cannot wake up from.