Sam Allardyce on Player of the Year: "It’s a tough one, there are definitely some good candidates this year, but I’d go for Aguero... Aguero has never won it and he deserves it for what he’s done over the years..." Sam Allardyce: "I think everyone would probably favour Raheem Sterling at the moment with the... Continue Reading →
Stefan Savic (ex-City): "We all know they [England] are a much bigger team than us but sometimes I feel very bad to be playing the same sport as some players." Stefan Savic: "Jordan Henderson, for example, sarcastically told our player after one normal clash he would give him a jersey after the match. It is... Continue Reading →
The transfer of versatile Espanyol teenager Oscar Tarensi (16) to Manchester City has significantly ‘advanced’ this week. Espanyol will receive €300k from City for the transfer of Tarensi. [@VozPerica]
Michael Owen on Foden: "It appears as though he has the ball on a string, it's all in one movement. He doesn't even look at the ball a lot of the time, he just runs with it. I was going to mention a name then but it'll probably make headlines but Zidane was exactly like... Continue Reading →
Louis van Gaal: "People think Barcelona are the best but they are not. Manchester City and Liverpool are more of a team than Barcelona - and Liverpool are more of a team than City. In my philosophy the best team shall win but I hope for City because they play the best football."
Italy and Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero on Pep Guardiola: "He is a genius. What he built at Barcelona, winning six titles in a year, is unique. Not just because of the victories, but also because of the way in which they played.” Alessandro Del Piero: ”They dominated and it was very nice to see.... Continue Reading →
Pep Guardiola on Bernard Halford: "It is such sad news to hear of Bernard Halford’s passing. It was an honour and a privilege to meet and talk football with him and his knowledge of this football club was amazing..." Pep Guardiola: "He was a great man, but moreover, he was also a great football man... Continue Reading →
Khaldoon Al Mubarak: "The loss of Bernard Halford marks an extremely sad day for our football club. Bernard was an incredibly dedicated, loyal and wonderful part of the City story for almost five decades. I was fortunate and privileged enough to know him for ten of those years." Khaldoon Al Mubarak: "He lived and breathed... Continue Reading →