Manchester City host Southampton on Sunday at the Etihad Stadium, with hopes of making amends for their recent trend of poor results.
The Liverpool FC fans are certainly having a great time after their team thrashed the then league leaders Manchester City 4-1 at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday night.
Although the new Premier League season is only two weeks old, Manchester City have shown enough on and off the pitch to suggest that the club hierarchy and players alike are very keen on ensuring they do not have a repeat of last season
The Etihad Stadium was being upgraded over the past year, and with that work now seemingly complete, Manchester City will boast the third largest stadium in the league
The emphatic drubbing of Spurs suggests City's transformation from the big spending pretenders to genuine Premier League title challengers is all but complete, and a cap must be doffed toward the direction of Mr Mancini for sticking to his principles, despite staunch criticism and the undoubted temptation to please, during what has been a transitional period for the club.