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Man City must beware of wounded United as Moyes stirs his players up 0

Posted on March 25, 2014 by Admin

As great as it is to see Manchester City with a powerful team fighting to become Premier League champions and also doing well in the Champions League, the fact that our neighbours Man United have slumped since David Moyes took over from Ol’ Red Nose and are in danger of missing out on Europe altogether makes it so much sweeter.

Aguero and Silva keys to Man City beating United 0

Posted on September 22, 2013 by Admin

This will be the first Manchester derby for the new Man City boss Manuel Pellegrini and his opposite number David Moyes. It hardly needs any more spice, but the fact that both managers will be desperate to deal their rivals an early blow, while boosting their own and the players’ confidence and easing any pressure they may be feeling, makes the game extra important.

Man City have more mental strength to beat United says boss!! 0

Posted on September 21, 2013 by Admin

One of the biggest games in the Premier League is tomorrow, and Manuel Pellegrini believes his Manchester City team have one big advantage over their local rivals, and that is the mental strength among the players. Both teams have had a few ups and downs since changing managers at the end of last season, and Pellegrini knows full well that a win over United and David Moyes is hugely important for the season to come.

Silva and Clichy injury return so timely for Man City 0

Posted on September 19, 2013 by Admin

In the last couple of weeks, various things have conspired to seriously threaten to ruin Manchester City’s start of the season. Injuries to the key players Gael Clichy and David Silva on international duty, added to the groin problems keeping captain Kompany out of the team was causing real problems, while some poor performances and results was ramping up the pressure on Manuel Pellegrini and his players.

Man City sit pretty while Moyes moans about United fixtures 2

Posted on August 15, 2013 by Admin

We all know that Manchester City are in a period of change, having sold players, signed players and replaced the popular Roberto Mancini with Manuel Pellegrini. But that does not mean we are poised ready to attack the new manager if the team does not instantly start beating everybody by five goals. That seems to be the situation in the red half of Manchester though, and David Moyes is clearly feeling the pressure already.

Man City on brink of completing Jovetic transfer 0

Posted on July 11, 2013 by Admin

There have been lots of clubs linked with Stevan Jovetic this year, but it looks like Manchester City are making a late burst from the back to get over the line first. Arsenal, Chelsea and Juventus are the three clubs who have looked closest to signing the 23-year old from his Serie A club Fiorentina, but all three were trying to persuade the Italians to accept an offer significantly lower than their valuation of £25 million.

Man City should start EPL flying after Arsenal game 0

Posted on June 06, 2013 by Admin

It is extremely important that Manchester City get off to a really good start in the Premier League next season. We need to put early pressure on United and Chelsea, because if we do, the new managers will find it extra difficult. If we start slowly and give Jose Mourinho and David Moyes time to settle in, it will make the title race moch more difficult.

Everton and Villa hoping to sign Sinclair from Man City 0

Posted on March 20, 2013 by Admin

When Scott Sinclair moved to Manchester City on the last day of the summer transfer window last year, it was always expected that he would find it hard to force his way into the first team. City were the Premier League champions and full of world class players like David Silva and Yaya Toure. Sinclair must be disappointed with his debut season, though, because he has made just two league starts.

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