MANCHESTER -- Manchester City are ready to start making their own history in the Champions League, according to midfielder Yaya Toure.
The midfielder believes that City are underestimated in Europe compared to other English clubs such as Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal.
Toure reckons that wins such as Tuesday night's extraordinary 5-3 victory over Monaco will change people's minds.
City trailed with 3-2 with just 20 minutes remaining but will now take a two-goal advantage to Monaco for the...
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MAN UNITED: Wayne Rooney is keen to remain at Manchester United until the end of the season and help the club pursue silverware on three fronts before considering a move to China, sources have told ESPN FC.
- Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian have revealed they held transfer talks with Rooney but are more interested in signing Fiorentina's Nikola Kalinic.
- Jose Mourinho says he has no intention of forcing Wayne...
When Liverpool take on Leicester City next Monday night, Jurgen Klopp might be paying closer attention than usual to some of the opposing players.
Claudio Ranieri's men are in real danger of being relegated just 12 months after their improbable title winning season. It's quite remarkable, really; they were fighting relegation two years ago and they are fighting relegation now, yet they won the league in between. It's almost impossible to comprehend how that can happen, especially as they've had...