City officially confirm that Phil Foden signed new six year deal until 2024.
City official statement regarding the racial abuse of Raheem Sterling: “Manchester City FC welcomes Chelsea FC’s decision to issue suspensions to the individuals who verbally abused Raheem Sterling during the match at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.” [via @JamieJackson___]
Chelsea Statement: “Chelsea Football Club has suspended four people from attending Chelsea matches pending further investigations into allegations regarding the behaviour of supporters towards Raheem Sterling during our match against Manchester City on Saturday.”
Jurgen Klopp comments on the Sterling incident: “Sterling’s reaction was just brilliant. You saw his face. He gave the right response not to react to these people. Punish them but do not talk too much about them because they do not deserve that we talk about them.”
Phil Foden signs new six-year deal at Man City worth £30k a week that will keep him at the club until 2024. [@Jack_Gaughan]
John Stones, Kevin De Bruyne and David Silva are among the 50 nominees for UEFA's 2018 Team of the Year.
In away game against Chelsea Guardiola side wasn't able to find ways to score against Chelsea. City played usual 4-3-3 with Delph as left-back but unusual for City tactic was use of Sterling as false 9. From start of the game City were extremely active in their pressing and didn't allowed Chelsea to play from... Continue Reading →
Andreas Ekberg (Sweden) has been appointed referee for Manchester City vs. Hoffenheim in the Champions League on Wednesday. It will be the 33-year-old's first ever City game.
Pep: "You don't have to tell me how competitive this league is. It's you and your analysts that keep saying we are invincible, perfect, how good we are and that in February we're going to win the league. You said that. All of you. Not the manager, not any player, not the club." Pep: "What... Continue Reading →