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Manchester City vs. Liverpool

50-50 Challenge Aug 24, 2014
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WhoScored: Zabaleta-Sterling a key battle

Tactics And Analysis Aug 22, 2014
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 Posted by Miguel Delaney
about an hour ago

Deadline Day: What did we learn?

ESPN FC's Ian Darke and Alison Bender review the biggest winners and losers of the transfer window.

Roman Abramovich's money does not just buy the best players; it buys the best negotiators

Over a week before the window actually closed, Jose Mourinho said there would be "no tick tock" for Chelsea, no pressure.

All their business was done. The latter ended up changing, as Loic Remy replaced Fernando Torres, but there was still no pressure -- "no tick tock".

Almost as soon as the deal became public attention it was wrapped up. Chelsea resolved the issue almost before anyone realised it. That st...

11 hours ago

Micah Richards' move to Fiorentina is regrettable but necessary

Micah Richards was once Manchester City's youngest captain; now he's about to embark on a season-long loan at Fiorentina.

"Sentiment is a chemical defect found in the losing side." Those were words spoken by Sherlock Holmes in the BBC's recent adaptation, as he was explaining how he had solved the case in spectacular style at the very last second. While it may have been a modern dramatisation of the Arthur Conan Doyle classic, the words do hold some merit.

See, there's a lot of sentimentality at Manchester City surrounding one player in particular -- and it's entirely understandable. Micah Richards is the Blues'...

 Posted by Simon Curtis
2 days ago

Redemption for Mark Hughes in Stoke's win over Manchester City

Manchester City suffered a shock 1-0 defeat by Stoke less than a week after convincingly handling Liverpool.

Wedgwood Pottery, based in Stoke on Trent and producing delicate ceramics and vases of a beautifully fragile nature, have never been moved to manufacture small busts of Ryan Shawcross and Charlie Adam. That's possibly because they would soon run out of materials, or perhaps they just don't do football-based irony in the fine pottery business.

The manner in which this momentous smash and grab raid on the Etihad was celebrated, however, suggests it might not be too long before they are busy casti...

3 days ago

Man City expect to spoil Hughes' Etihad return

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop gives his take on the UEFA Champions League's group of death and teams that may surprise us during the group stage.

There are fewer and fewer familiar faces around the Etihad Stadium every time Stoke manager Mark Hughes returns. Of course, the current Potters' boss was formerly an employee of Manchester City, overseeing the club during the time it was taken over by Sheikh Mansour in 2008. To this day, it's likely he still feels aggrieved to have lost his job a year later, though the decision to relieve him of his duties is probably one of the main reasons the blues have achieved what they achieved in the year...

 Posted by Michael Cox
3 days ago

Manchester City capable of exceeding expectations in Europe

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop gives his take on the UEFA Champions League's group of death and teams that may surprise us during the group stage.

Manchester City have claimed four major trophies in the past four seasons -- an impressive haul, irrespective of the amount of money invested during that period. Two Premier League titles, one FA Cup and one League Cup represents significant progress for a club that had previously won nothing since 1976.

Today's Champions League draw was of particular importance to City, however, because over the past three years they've flopped in Europe -- only once have they progressed to the knockout stage. ...

 Posted by Simon Curtis
4 days ago

Third UCL meeting with Bayern is a sign of Man City's progress

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop gives his take on the UEFA Champions League's group of death and teams that may surprise us during the group stage.

In Manchester City's long and illustrious history, there has been a notably thin spread of seasons in which the club has pitted its wits against the best of European competition. Since a somewhat inauspicious start in continental battle way back in 1968-69 featuring a much-heralded, but ultimately embarrassingly brief, two-leg flirtation with disaster against Fenerbahçe, the club has been a relatively infrequent visitor to the fields of Europe.

Once that Malcolm Allison-inspired debacle had b...