Manchester City have axed Mark Muncer, the man in charge of the general maintenance of the City Football Academy, following concerns and complaints over the general upkeep of the Premier League champions' £200 million complex.
After a disappointing night in the North East, Harry Siddall discusses the main talking points from a potentially season-defining game when it comes to the Premier League title race.
Make no mistake, this game certainly falls into the “potential banana skin” bracket for Manchester City.
Manchester City host Wolves at the Etihad Stadium on Monday night as the blues look to maintain the pressure on league leaders Liverpool. A win for the blues would narrow the gap at the top of the league back to four points while a win for the visitors could potentially see them in 7th after... Continue Reading →
Since Manchester City’s last defeat in all competitions, the blues have scored 21 goals in just four games, going unbeaten in four including a massive win against title rivals Liverpool at the Etihad. Next up for the blues is Nuno Espirito Santo’s Wolves, who travel to the Etihad on the back of a stunning FA... Continue Reading →
When people first think of the most important player in a Guardiola team, you end up hearing a variety of different answers. Some may say the Goalkeeper - someone who is expected to play as an extra outfield player, playing intricate passes & playing on the edge of his box at all costs. Some say... Continue Reading →
Left empty-handed in the last seconds of the summer transfer window, Pep Guardiola’s hunt for a new defensive midfielder is set to continue a while longer. City Xtra takes a look at the most likely candidates to complete the Catalan’s tactical jigsaw.
It’s A Week in the City and we’re mostly going to be talking about gardening. The Anfield Grass In a week which saw Greggs unveil a vegan sausage roll, it was difficult to imagine that any higher level of controversy could exist. Of course, this was until Manchester City emerged as victors against Liverpool which,... Continue Reading →
Following a 7-0 rout of Rotherham United just three days ago, Manchester City continued to demonstrate their attacking prowess, this time in the first semi-final first-leg of the Carabao Cup. Despite the absences of a few key players, Guardiola elected to play a fairly strong team with Kevin De Bruyne earning his second successive start... Continue Reading →