John Barnes on Sterling and racism

John Barnes on Raheem Sterling: "He is [one of society's most influential figures]. I would like to have a conversation with Raheem. Back in my day if we felt the same way as Raheem, we weren't allowed to express it..." John Barnes: "Back in my day if we felt the same way as Raheem, we... Continue Reading →

City will push for Saul Niguez

Manchester City are set to push ahead and make a move for Atletico Madrid’s Saul Niguez, if a deal for West Ham’s Declan Rice turns into an auction – as they suspect it will. [via @TEAMtalk] City believe that a deal around £65million would be enough to land the 24-year-old Spanish international, and they also... Continue Reading →

Guardiola praises Foden

Pep Guardiola on Phil Foden: "Phil was incredible in every single training session; the way he wants to train, the way he wants to improve, he wants to play the next game. I think he can do everything. He will be a top, top player for the next decade at this club."

City player on loan at Lens

Thierry Ambrose (on loan at Lens): "I like it here, I love the fans, we’ve got a good group, good staff. I think I’ve progressed enormously. Whether it’s the staff or players, they make me progress, even if I play a bit less. I keep improving at training, it allows me to grow." Thierry Ambrose:... Continue Reading →

Paul Merson doubts Guardiola

Paul Merson on if Pep Guardiola could replicate the relative success Rafa Benitez has achieved @NUFC: “I think he [Rafa] is one of the best. We go on about Pep and how great he is. Could he do what Rafa's doing at Newcastle on what they’re getting? No chance!" [@SkySport]

Ex-City player praises Ederson

Andy Dibble (ex-City): "Ederson is the best in the Premier League for me. He’s so calm and composed and there’s none better in my opinion." Andy Dibble: "I watched him against Newport on a poor, bumpy pitch where he was getting balls pinged at him continually to his feet and he was dealing with everything... Continue Reading →

City get easy win

In away game against Fulham Pep named team without two wingers Bernardo played on right and midfield contained David Silva, De Bruyne and Gundogan, Otamendi, Laporte played as center backs. City from first minutes took control of game and started to create chances. First goal came after Fulham lost ball trying to play from back... Continue Reading →

Pep on team rotation

Pep Guardiola: "For the semi-final and for the Champions League, being in the position in the Premier League where you know if you don’t win you are going to lose the Premier League, maybe that’s going to help us for the other competitions." Pep Guardiola: "When you have 10 points in front, you can be... Continue Reading →

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