From West Ham United to Liverpool, these five fixtures are a chance for players from both the senior and youth teams to impress Pep Guardiola, get back into the swing of things and potentially change the course of their entire season. The big news is that club record signing Rodri is set to make his first appearances in a City shirt after joining from Atletico Madrid, but who else should we be keeping an eye on? Here's a look at some of the stars and prospects who we're excited to watch in the famous blue and purple...
It was to lethargy rather than lightning that struck at the Etihad on Wednesday night. Nathan Allen gives his player ratings as the Blues grafted to a vital 3 points.
Make no mistake, this game certainly falls into the “potential banana skin” bracket for Manchester City.
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 →
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 →