Kompany on the importance of '93:20': "That's the moment that defined so much for this club. A lot of the players coming through today and being in this environment have to thank that squad [11/12] and Aguero in particular for that goal.''
Ilkay Gundogan is wanted by former club Borussia Dortmund with the German midfielder undecided whether to extend his City contract - which expires in June 2020 - or return home for the remainder of his career. Initial talks over a new deal have already taken place. [Sun Sport]
City have agreed a partnership to introduce the ‘True View’ system, pioneered by technology giant Intel, in their stadium. From around March, in time for the climax to the title race, True View will allow for 360-degree action replays during broadcasted matches. [@TeleFootball]
UEFA president Aleksandar Ceferin on FFP: "PSG and Manchester City are not too big for us and we're not just talking about them. Any club that violates the rules will be punished not by me, but an independent body." [TMW]
Premier League clubs have unanimously agreed to freeze away ticket prices at £30 for the next three years.
Jon Moss has been appointed referee for the Carabao Cup final between Manchester City and Chelsea. Moss was also the referee when City beat Chelsea 2-0 at Wembley in the Community Shield back in August. Martin Atkinson will be the Video Assistant Referee.
In away game against Everton Pep Guardiola made significant changes compare to previous game against Arsenal, City started with four nominal defenders Laporte, Walkers played as full-backs, Otamendi and Stones as center-backs. Gundogan played as number eight with David Silva, Sane and Bernardo played as wingers. City started game nervously with losing possession numerous times... Continue Reading →