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R. Madrid - Man City


Last week it seemed both teams over respected each other, but most of the times the first lag ends with a 0-0, the under dog qualifies. 25 more words

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Who did you support before 2008?

City. Always City.

It’s the unfortunate question all city supporters are now asked after the takeover by Sheikh Mansour. For this reason I thought it would be the perfect title to start my first blog post telling you all about how and when I started to support the wondrous MCFC. 621 more words


Manchester's go down

Both the Manchester’s had a torrid time today. Manchester United drew 1-1 with league leaders Leicester City while Manchester City lost 2-4 to Southampton.

A Sunday to forget for both teams as the English Premier League approaches its final stages of the current season.


Iheanacho at the double

Huge promise? Tick. A glimmer of hope for City at the end of a disappointing league campaign? Tick. Into double figures for goals this season? Tick. 613 more words

City's Investment Finally Paying Off

Manchester City’s Tuesday triumph over Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League quarter finals has marked the outstanding progress made since the club was bought by The Abu Dhabi United Group in 2008. 404 more words

mancunian nights

Not a great deal needs to be said really about the latest fine night in Manchester as City progressed to the semi finals of the Champions League with a fine 1-0 win (3-2 aggregate) over PSG last night at the Etihad. 74 more words


Manchopper in....Manchester (Manchester City FC)

Result: Manchester City 2-1 West Bromwich Albion (Barclays Premier League)

Venue: Etihad Stadium (Saturday 9th April 2016, 5.30pm)

Att: 53,920.

After a fairly long sojourn away from the upper reaches of the English football pyramid, I was to return to the highest of the lot: the Barclays Premier League. 2,032 more words