@VincentKompany on the homelessness issue in Manchester: "I don't think it's anyone's desire to leave anyone behind. If we can have moments of solidarity and let the community be what it's designed to be there to do, I think we have a chance." [via @itvnews]
@VincentKompany on the racial abuse of Raheem Sterling in December: "When I look at this guy screaming at Raheem, I feel sorry for the guy, not Raheem, because it is the guy who is clearly lacking a lot of things in his life and it is that guy who clearly lacks education."
City's updated Champions League squad has been revealed. Gabriel Jesus is now eligible for 'List B' so Philippe Sandler replaces him on 'List A', while Claudio Bravo replaces Eliaquim Mangala.
lkay Gündoğan on squad rotation: "Sometimes we have to put our egos in the second, third, fourth row because we have that huge quality in the squad and nobody can expect to play every single game, all the minutes. We need everyone." [via @Sammy_Goal] Gündoğan on the Newcastle defeat: "We are still second. We have... Continue Reading →
West Ham central defender Issa Diop turned down a move to City while at Toulouse. An agreement had been reached between the two clubs however the 22-year-old preferred to immediately play in the Premier League as opposed to being loaned back to the French side. [@LesVioletsCom]
Alan Shearer on whether he'll be happy if Aguero breaks his hat-trick record: "Yes, I will, because there is a respect there. He will break my record." Alan Shearer on Aguero: "Pep has made him a better player. He is just phenomenal, a very good team player also. I am a huge fan. I can't... Continue Reading →
Manuel Pellegrini on West Ham vs Liverpool: "If we win I will be very happy for our club first, because we need a good performance against the leaders. After that if we can give a hand to Manchester City, it’s not our problem, but of course I am a fan of Manchester City also."
After loss to Newcastle Guardiola made significant changes in City line-up. Only three nominal defenders in Laporte, Otamendi and Walker started. Gundogan, Fernandinho, Bernardo, David Silva and De Bruyne all played together for first time this season. Sterling played on left side instead of right and Aguero as lone forward. In possession City played with... Continue Reading →