I Will Only Leave Manchester City If They Sack Me-Roberto Mancini

Roberto Mancini insists that the only way he will leave Manchester City is if he is sacked. The Eastlands club recently fell to their third straight defeat, falling to a 3-1 loss to Polish side Lech Poznan in the Europa League – after losses to Arsenal and Wolves in the league. The Italian’s future at the club has been the subject of much speculation, with some reports claiming the manager…

November 5, 2010

Adebayor: City Passion Misinterpreted As In-fighting

Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor believes there is nothing wrong with his team-mates squabbling if it helps the club win every week, and insists his row with Vincent Kompany was driven by both players’ burning desire to succeed. Adebayor and Kompany were embroiled in a very public on-field row during City’s 2-1 defeat at Wolves on Saturday, while there have been rumblings of discontent and suggestions of a dressing-room divide…

November 3, 2010

Come back Carlos, the City walls look shaky! Mancini crying out for Tevez

Such is Manchester City’s reliance on Carlos Tevez, that it was not long after Saturday’s defeat at Wolves that his phone beeped with a text from a team-mate. ‘Come back soon, we need you,’ was the rather blunt message to City’s captain and leading goalscorer as he rested his thigh injury at home in Argentina. The statistics underline this sentiment. Not since January have City won a Barclays Premier League…

November 2, 2010

Barcelona confirms interest in Manchester City’s star Carlos Tevez

The Spanish giants, Barcelona have officially stated that they are looking forward to signing the Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez. This confirms earlier rumours that presented the idea of the Argentinean world class striker not being happy with his Manchester home and looking for a transfer. It was no secret that Tevez who also happens to be the skipper of Citizens has had reservations against the manager of the club,…

October 13, 2010

Patrick Vieira aims for a regular Manchester City spot

Former Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira has stated his intent to find a first team spot with Manchester City. The 34-year-old midfielder was part of Arsenal’s famous “Invincibles” season, where Arsenal didn’t lose a single league match in the 2003/04 season when Arsenal lifted the premier league trophy for the second time. Patrick Vieira was a first team starter in that season and is still considered to be one of the…

September 30, 2010