City graduate on playing at Etihad Stadium

David Brooks (Bournemouth, ex-City academy) on returning home: "It will be nice to go back there and hopefully play. It's a fixture I am looking forward to. I was there for 10 years and didn’t make the cut for the pro contracts. I was released and had to dust myself off." [Echo]

Sterling visits hospital

Raheem Sterling joined a campaign to find cancer fighter Damary Dawkins a stem cell donor by visiting the 12-year-old in hospital on Thursday. The City star attended a hospital in London on his day off in an attempt to lift the youngster, who is battling leukaemia. [Daily Mail]

Patrick Roberts happy at Girona

Patrick Roberts on playing for Girona: ''As a footballer I want to play as many games as I can. It's about taking advantage of the opportunities and I'm happy to participate. I hope to have continuity. Everyone has welcomed me very well. Here I am enjoying football and I want to continue doing so until... Continue Reading →

Man City made survey of fans

Manchester City have asked fans in an online survey if they would be willing to pay up to £580 for a safe-standing season ticket at an expanded Etihad Stadium. City also asked fans about a membership scheme for 18 to 25-year-olds that would provide discounts on matchday tickets, an "unallocated seat" season card and a... Continue Reading →

City will sign Benfica youth player

Manchester City will complete the signing of Benfica B & Portugal U19 creative midfielder Tiago Dantas (17) when his contract expires in June 2019. Most of the details of Tiago Dantas' move to City have been finalised, with a full agreement expected in January. The midfielder, considered one of the best of his generation, will... Continue Reading →

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