Pep Guardiola’s unbeaten run of eleven games in all competitions came to an unprecedented end on their visit to White Hart Lane a little over a week ago. Prior to that the sky blue of Manchester came close to a defeat against Celtic in the Champions League, but thrice they came from behind to salvage
Hector Bellerin is hot property right now. His impressive displays since breaking into the Arsenal first team 18 months ago have earned him a reputation as one of the finest right-backs in the Premier League. Recently, Manchester City have been linked with the Spaniard, as they look for a younger replacement to current right-backs Bacary
Juventus center back Leonardo Bonucci was a hot topic of conversation over the summer transfer window with a rumoured big money move to Manchester. But which side from Manchester? The answer is both. Manchester United and Manchester City, who are arguably the biggest rivals in England, were both trying to obtain the Italian’s signature before
Raheem Sterling. After a shaky debut season at the Etihad, the England international seems to have finally found his feet under Guardiola’s tutelage and command. 50 million well spent? Now, at least? Created by Antonio Predotti Check out more of his brilliant work on his Behance page, Burnerz81, as well as his website: Punto
In the end, it wasn’t a problem. The three match ban picked up by the Sergio Aguero for “brutally” elbowing West Ham’s Winston Reid at the end of August, with all the fuss about retrospective punishments that came with it, has been little trouble to Manchester City who have continued to look imperious without him.
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While we are just four games into the new Premier League season, Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City are already looking ominous in pole position. With their perfect record intact after a comprehensive derby-day win against United at Old Trafford, the Blue half of Manchester appear well-placed to begin a period of domination under the suave Spaniard.
David Luiz One part of the infamous Nemanja Matic merry-go-round, Luiz joined Chelsea from Benfica for around €25 million in January 2011. It’s fair to say the reputation he would garner throughout his career was evident when he made his first start. Although it was a 0-0 draw against Fulham, an underwhelming result in itself,
The Pep Guardiola-era at Manchester City has kicked off on the right foot, with the club enduring early success in both the Premier League and the UEFA Champions League. Three matches into the Premier League season and City are yet to face defeat, responding very well to Pep’s style of play, defeating the likes of
Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony has completed a loan move to Premier League side Stoke City. The 27-year-old who has been maligned for most quarters since completing the £28 million move from Swansea City in the 2015 winter transfer window- has yet to feature for Pep Guardiola’s side this season, making the loan move as
Chilean goalkeeper Claudio Bravo has officially signed for Manchester City from Spanish side Barcelona for a reported £15.4 million- with the possibility of an extra £1.7 million in add-ons. Bravo becomes the seventh signing of the Pep Guardiola era following the arrivals of Ilkay Gindogan [Dortmund], Aaron Mooy [Melbourne City], Nolito [Celta Vigo], Leroy Sane
Manchester City smoothly booked their place in the group stages of the Champions League on Wednesday night but with the tie with Steaua Bucharest done and dusted following the 0-5 victory in the first leg, the return meeting was allowed to turn into the last act of the Joe Hart circus. Hart, to vocal support
Manchester City’s dream of having Pep Guardiola hold the reins finally is a reality. Their desire of wanting to bring in the Spaniard hasn’t been a secret as it was well known that they wanted the former Barcelona coach to come in and recreate that kind of success. He will face extra expectations from his
Manchester City’s dream of having Pep Guardiola hold the reins finally is a reality. Their desire of wanting to bring in the Spaniard hasn’t been a secret as it was well known that they wanted the former Barcelona coach to come in and recreate that kind of success. After Barcelona, Bayern Munich proved to be
Premier League clubs have already spent over £500 million pounds this summer and only one month into the transfer market. Teams in the division are pushing hard to improve the quality of their teams as they look to remain competitive. It comes as no surprise that spending is so high, when considering the enormous amount