Manchester City are set to secure Fernandinho's future at the club with the Brazilian close to agreeing a new bumper contract to stay with Pep Guardiola's side
Pep Guardiola has made Borrusia Dortmund's Ilkay Gundogan his first signing at Manchester City.
Manchester City found an unlikely hero in second-choice goalkeeper Willy Caballero in the League Cup final against Liverpool. The Argentine pulled off three superb saves in the penalty shoot-out to give the Citizens their first trophy of the season.
Manchester City set a club record of 10 successive league victories by maintaining their 100 per cent start to the season with a 2-0 win over Watford at Eastlands on Saturday.
Chelsea FC manager Jose Mourinho has hinted that Premier League officials have an agenda against his striker Diego Costa, stating that he would have been suspended post game, if not red-carded for elbowing like Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho did.
Manchester City FC defeated Aston Villa 3-2 to clinch an entertaining win at the Etihad Stadium
Manchester City edge past Aston Villa 3-2 to pick up full points from a thrilling home game. Sergio Aguero scored the opening goal in the 3rd minute. Left-back, Aleksandar Kolarov increased the lead in the 65th minute from a brilliant free-kick. Tom Cleverley then pulled one back for the visitors in 68th minute from a brilliant long range shot. Just when things were looking good in favour of the Cityzens, Carlos Sanchez equalized with a half volley from a corner. At the stroke of 90 minutes, Aleksandar Kolarov’s corner found an opportunistic Fernandinho inside the box who chest trapped the ball brilliantly and netted the winner with an eye-catching volley. Sergio Aguero’s early goal was due to a childish error committed by Aston Villa custodian Brad Guzan. The USA international received a back pass from Ron Vlaar and in return he passed it towards a forthcoming Sergio Aguero who just had to tap in the ball inside the net. The second […]
Manuel Pellegrini has insisted he is not worried about his future even as there is growing speculation that he will be sacked if the Citizens limply crash out of the title race. The Chilean has already been linked with a move to Napoli as Rafa Benitez's situation with the Italian club looks like it will be over come the summer.
Manuel Pellegrini admitted that he was disappointed with Manchester City’s 1-1 draw against Everton. Everton came from behind to snatch a point against Manchester City at the Goodison Park. The draw gives Everton their first point in five games. Steven Naismith was the hero for The Toffees as the midfielder cancelled out Fernandinho‘s opener to frustrate Manchester City. Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini voiced his disappointment over the result. The manager was expecting a tough game away from home, but he believed that Manchester City had enough opportunities to put the game to bed in the first half. Pellegrini said: “We are not happy with a point because we had three or four clear chances in the first 25 minutes which could have decided the game. But we didn’t finish well so after that, the second half was closer and Everton improved in their performance, and scored from a set piece. “If you had said at the beginning of the […]
Tottenham have recovered from the midseason slump under new manager Tim Sherwood, and have won 5 out of 6 league games under him. Meanwhile the City juggernaut keeps on rolling and they have won their last 7 league matches on the trot, and now are much improved on their travels.