KDB: "It’s always a shame when people get injured. It’s not nice for the team or for the person when you are away for long. We already have Leroy [injured] so if Aymeric is out for a couple of months it’s a blow for us. But on the other hand, we have to deal with... Continue Reading →
Rangers and Roma have enquired about taking Phil Foden on loan, but Pep Guardiola knocked back the two suitors this week. Guardiola has long made it clear that he sees Foden’s future very much at the Etihad. [via @MirrorFootball]
Man City are looking for new tenants to take over their old training HQ with Gary Neville leading a bidding war. News of a potential deal at around £80,000-a-year has come to the attention of many clubs with their eyes on a top-level training centre. [via@reluctantnicko] City rented the Carrington facility to Bury before the... Continue Reading →
Pep on Brighton: "Football when two teams want to play is fantastic. Sometimes teams here who defend 90 minutes deep lose 4-0 too. This team played to try to hurt us and they had more chances than the teams who come here to defend."
Manchester City have set a new club record of scoring in 26 consecutive Premier League matches. [via @StatCity]
Fernandinho on #MCIBHA: "We're really pleased. We played well today. We scored a lot of goals and conceded a small number of chances. I think that’s the best way to go into international duty and get back stronger for Norwich away." Fernandinho: "It’s not easy [to come on as a substitute], especially in the first... Continue Reading →