Mahrez on Pep: “Even when we win games 6-1 or 6-0, he tells us ‘We can do better, I saw the game yesterday, we can improve’. He works so much. I’ve had many coaches, and I’ve never had one who works so much. He works too much. Everything he tells you about an opponent happens.... Continue Reading →
John Stones, Kyle Walker and Raheem Sterling have been called up by England for the upcoming internationals. Former City academy player Jadon Sancho also receives his first call-up.
No Benjamin Mendy in the France squad due to his injury problems. Aymeric Laporte is also not called up again with Didier Deschamps preferring Mamadou Sakho and Kurt Zouma.
Guardiola team played traditional for him 4-3-3. Unusual thing was that Laporte played as left back with Otamendi and Kompany as center back pair. Man City starting midfield was Fernandinho, David Silva and Gundogan. Pep decided to play Sterling, Sane, Aguero in attack. Man City full back unlike in others game didn't come inside Walker,... Continue Reading →
Riyad Mahrez has been named in the Algeria squad for their upcoming Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Benin (home and away).
Yaya Touré "I was ready to join Inter but at the last minute everything went wrong: City was opposed to my transfer. For me, Roberto Mancini is a special person, he often calls me after the games: I have great respect for him."
Midfielder Matt Smith (18), who is on loan at FC Twente from Manchester City, has been named in Ryan Giggs' Wales squad to face Spain and the Republic of Ireland.
Vincent Kompany on the Liverpool game: “I think if you take all four games of last season, including the home game, it’s a game of small margins. You look at each and every game and there’s not a lot of difference in terms of how the games happened." Vincent Kompany on the title race "I don’t agree... Continue Reading →