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
Raheem Sterling insists he isn’t particularly worried about facing his old club Liverpool when Manchester City travel to Wembley for the League Cup final at the end of February, but when that date has passed and the end of his first season at the Etihad winds down, he will be gearing up for a defining
Raheem Sterling will report back to pre-season training with Liverpool this week with his future still undecided. And while Manchester City are still keen on securing the services of the England international, a move overseas is still not out of the question. So what would be the ideal destination for the highly-rated forward player? The
On April 1st, FIFA marked April fool’s Day by ending their global licensing system for agents, passing regulation over to individual organisations. The deregulation means that anybody with an “impeccable reputation”, a catch-all criteria that includes anybody without a criminal record, can pay £500 to register to become an “intermediary”, who will then be able
The Facts:- Full name: Raheem Shaquille Sterling. Date of birth: December 8th 1994. Club: Liverpool. Position: Midfield. Height: 1.70m. Weight: 69kg. Squad number: 31. Raheem Sterling is one of the many successful youth products of West Ham United, other West Ham academy graduates include Frank Lampard, Joe Cole, Rio Ferdinand and Michael Carrick.