Manchester City 'could' sign Benfica central defender Ruben Dias in the January transfer window, but not without competition from the Premier League in the form of Manchester United and Wolverhampton Wanderers, according to O Jogo as relayed by Sport Witness. Benfica's Portuguese defender Ruben Dias reacts after missing a goal opportunity during the UEFA Champions... Continue Reading →
Harry, Carl and Adam look back on a truly grim weekend for Manchester City, which saw the Champions fall eight points behind league leaders Liverpool at the top of the Premier League table. Who was to blame? What have we learned from this? Where do we go from here? The lads answer all the biggest questions!
Manchester City go into the second international break of the season with a very noticeable limp, if you will. Averaging a point dropped a game, injuries have had a massive impact. A late double from Adama Traore put City out of their misery on an after devoid of any energy, creativity, or will to get over the line. Here’s five things we learned this afternoon...
As the injuries begin the pile up, a loss of quality players look to finally have taken their toll on the first team performances. Let's see how the players rated with a good old Sunday roast...
Manchester City return to Premier League action this weekend, with a clash against struggling Wolves. Here's how we predict City will lineup after the midweek win in the Champions League!
Ahead of the visit of Wolverhampton Wanderers to the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon, we spoke to Dave from Talking Wolves, to get his thoughts ahead of this weekend's clash!
While a couple of youngsters impressed with their tenacity, some of the experienced guns from the back-to-back PL winners are slowly coming into the groove for yet another exhilarating season of Premier League action. And yes, the match came with some warning signs for some players. Here are our main takeaways from the final game of the Premier League Asia Trophy.
Premature panic, unjustified criticism and quite frankly a ridiculous reaction from a small portion of Manchester City fans following the defeat in the Premier League Asia Trophy final. It must be stressed, for those that haven't realised it yet, it is still pre-season and there are plenty of games still to go before the real Premier League gets underway in August! Nevertheless, here are our player ratings following a defeat on penalties in Shanghai.