Manchester City

It would send the wrong message to allow Adam Johnson back into football

After serving three years in prison, former Sunderland and England winger Adam Johnson has been released. Still only 31, Johnson may still be able to return to play football but the moral argument remains over whether he should be allowed… Continue Reading →

Why Sean Dyche should win Manager of the Season

Like the majority of prizes this year, the Manager of the Season will no doubt be heading to the Etihad Stadium. Pep Guardiola, who has overseen Man City’s domestic domination, will surely pick up a number of personal accolades to… Continue Reading →

Alexis Sanchez could have won Man United the League

One of the biggest January transfers in Premier League history has finally concluded with Alexis Sanchez moving from Arsenal to Manchester City United. Sanchez stalled on a new contract at the Emirates for months as he weighed up his options with a move… Continue Reading →

With all their investment, Manchester City have massively underachieved

It’s nearly been a decade since Sheikh Mansour and the Abu Dhabi United Group made waves in the Premier League by purchasing Manchester City, propelling them to new heights. Manchester City’s new owners rocked English football, changing the transfer market as… Continue Reading →

The rules need to change so the little guys get a cut.

I’ve written before about the FA need to protect lower league academies and how money is tight at the bottom. One area where lower clubs continually get shafted is with young players moving to big clubs missing out on the… Continue Reading →

The Guardiola reign has started with an almighty gamble

When signing Kim Kallstrom from Spartak Moscow in January 2014, Arsene Wenger was forced to defend his new loan signing. Arsenal were left red faced when it emerged that the Swede had a back injury which would keep him out… Continue Reading →

Can Pep handle the financial muscle of the Premier League?

Just as the January transfer window closed, Pep Guardiola and Manchester City finally announced that the Spaniard would take over next season. That transfer window may just have shown Pep why the Premier League might be his toughest assignment yet. Chelsea… Continue Reading →

The dream move can be a recurring nightmare

Devante Cole has spoken out about the lack of opportunities given to young players at Manchester City and wishes he had joined Southampton instead. We’ll never know if he would have made the grade at St Mary’s, but he sure… Continue Reading →

Don’t go cancelling your BT subscription just yet…

After three losses for the four English Champions League teams, there have been some doubts of the quality of the Premier League. Too right; Manchester United have only themselves to blame in their defeat to PSV Eindhoven whilst Manchester City… Continue Reading →

The Quota System is failing the National Team

Aston Villa’s Fabian Delph is being lined up for a move to join Manchester City. After his fine form, which has seen him break into Roy Hodgson’s plans, it’s not hard to see why Manuel Pellegrini is eyeing up the… Continue Reading →

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