Raheem Sterling and Fabian Delph chose a flight to San Marino as the perfect opportunity to get back at the angry Liverpool and Aston Villa fans still fuming over the England internationals' move to Manchester City.
Posing for a selfie with Delph (a Delphie?) en route, Sterling tacked a series of choice emojis which appeared to reference the slew of "snake" vitriol they both received from jilted fans of their former sides.
Lionel Messi is always going to be criticised when Argentina lose, says Manchester City right-back Pablo Zabaleta.
Four-time Ballon d'Or winner Messi said last month that he has no plans to let harsh media criticism from back home in Argentina affect him following the tough Copa America final loss to Chile over the summer.
The Barcelona star is training with the team in Houston in preparation for two friendlies in the United States. Argentina play Bolivia on Friday in Houston and meet Mexico four...
Manchester City may now be relatively free of the constraints placed upon them by their punishment under the financial fair play regulations, but -- as the club announced its Champions League squad for the group stage of this season's competition -- there actually seems to be little change in how they're setting up. Perhaps this shows how ineffectual the reduction in squad size was for the last campaign, or perhaps it's more a demonstration of astuteness on the club's part to cope.