Posts Tagged ‘Manchester City’

It was one of the shocks of the season as Manchester City lost 2-0 at home to Wolves and they now are eight points behind Liverpool in the title race. When speaking to Sky Sports Guardiola said “It was not our best day. We started good, we wanted to be patient with our game because […]

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English Premiership side Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham will learn their faith on Thursday evening as the draw for the Champions League group stages takes place in Monaco. The draw will take place at 5pm Irish time in the Grimaldi Forum and will be live on RTE television. The ceremony will also see […] Read the rest of this entry »
Pedro’s move from Barcelona to Manchester United has moved a step closer after Barcelona boss Luis Enrique said to Reuters he was unsure over whether the winger would play in Friday’s Spanish Super Cup first leg against Athletic Bilbao. Read the rest of this entry »
Manuel Pellegrini has said Manchester City will not sign another striker despite the departure of Stevan Jovetic to Inter Milan and Edin Dzeko’s imminent €20million move to Roma. Read the rest of this entry »
Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko appears to finally be on his way out of the club after a fee, believed to be in the region of £14milion was agreed between the Etihad club and Italian giants AS Roma. Read the rest of this entry »
Any chance Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers felt he had of securing Raheem Sterling to a new contract appear to be over, after the Liverpool attacker requested that he be left out of the club’s tour to the Far East and Australia. Read the rest of this entry »
There was good news today for one of the Republic of Ireland’s brightest young prospects. Manchester City’s elite development squad member Jack Byrne has put pen to paper on a new three year contract with the Manchester giants. At a time when worries about the future of Irish football and the lack of talent coming [...] Read the rest of this entry »