Watch it. Drink it in. Manchester City are FA Cup winners. In fact, they're Premier League champions. Oh, and Carabao Cup winners. Did I mention they won the Community Shield, too?
After 90 minutes of what felt like pure nail-biting, gut-wrenching determination, Manchester City managed to get the win over a defiant Burnley side courtesy of an extremely narrow 1-0 scoreline. Ben Golding looks back at the lessons learned.
Three games to go. Pep Guardiola's Manchester City side have only three games left for the season. Winning all three against Burnley, Leicester and Brighton will hand Pep and his players, back to back titles for the first time in ten years.
It was a night of heartbreak once again in the FA Youth Cup for Manchester City, as after such repeated disappointment against Chelsea in recent years, City's youth team saw their long-held dream of lifting England's premier youth competition creully snatched away from them by Liverpool on penalties.
With a trio of fixtures against Tottenham Hotspur now a thing of the past, Manchester City cannot afford to rest and recover in their hunt for the Premier League crown. Instead, a derby fixture against Manchester United looms large, with Pep Guardiola's team knowing that anything but a win will surely hand the league title... Continue Reading →
It's impossible not to still be in shock. Ben Golding breaks down the night that City hearts rose to the highest heights, only to plummet to the lowest of lows.
In honour of 125 years of Manchester City, Ben Golding and Nathan Allen take a look back at the greatest moments in City's history.
Come on, lads. Pick yourselves up and dust yourselves off. Manchester City players and fans alike, we can't afford to think about Tottenham Hotspur right now, past or future. We've got a game to win. Like it or not, that is the cold hard truth. For however tired or dazed or confused we all might... Continue Reading →
It was a game of fine margins in every sense of the word as Manchester City lost in a close-fought quarter final first leg away to Tottenham at the new White Hart Lane. Whethere through contentious decisions, missed penalties or the whisker of a ball staying in play, Pep Guardiola's side will be well and truly scrathing their heads as to how they didn't manage to salvage some sort of result tonight. Ben Golding rates the players.