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Archives: Manchester City

Why Mario Balotelli’s Four Match Ban Isn’t Enough

Posted on by Vernon Boothe

Manchester City, Mario Balotelli and his agent are all angry that Balotelli has been slapped with a four match ban by the English FA for stomping on Tottenham Hotspurs midfielder Scott Parker. Balotelli, his club and his agent would have … Continue reading

Liverpool Through 3-2 On Aggregate To Carling Cup Final

Posted on by Earl Reed

Manchester City’s month of January continued to drop like a lead balloon. Craig Bellamy stuffed home the decisive goal at Anfield with just over 15 minutes remaining, and Liverpool set up a Wembley date with Cardiff City in the Carling … Continue reading

Premier League News, and Editorial Singing Manchester City’s Praises

Posted on by Alexander Fairchild

Could it be at all possible that Manchester City could be at the center of more criticism? The answer to that is yes, of course, as the “Noisy Neighbors” have a Argentinean striker that seems to have trouble coming to … Continue reading

Latest Premier League News Plus Rant About Mario Balotelli

Posted on by Alexander Fairchild

After a day to let the occurrences #EpicSunday settle in, it is time for the renewal of the EPL Talk “Daily Ticker.” This makes the site your one-stop-shop for all things Premier League. The day’s news is all here, along … Continue reading

4 Things Learned from Man City vs Spurs and Arsenal vs Man United

Posted on by Andrew Bishara

Two nil down to City, most teams would have bitten the dust and collapse, but Spurs showed an undying belief to fight back. This isn’t the Spurs team of years ago; this is Redknapp’s team, full of hard running and … Continue reading

EPL Talk Podcast Review, Super Sunday Edition: Have Your Say

Posted on by Laurence McKenna

Another weekend of upsets and setups as the EPL rocketed towards two huge collisions. So how did your team do? It was London v Manchester as the potential top four make an effort to distinguish themselves from the rest. With … Continue reading

Premier League Super Sunday, Gameweek 22: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The whole week has been building up to this: the double-header featuring Manchester City against Tottenham Hotspur followed by Arsenal and Manchester United. So much is on the line. Not just three points, but also pride and bragging rights. It’s … Continue reading

Man City vs Tottenham Match Preview: Spurs on the Hunt for Revenge in Manchester

Posted on by Stephen OBrien

In a Premier League season that has thus far, for the most been dominated by both Manchester clubs, this upcoming Sunday presents the perfect opportunity for North London to stake back some title revenge. It starts with Harry Redknapp’s men. … Continue reading

Manchester City Begins to Feel The Pressure at the Top of the Premier League

Posted on by Michael Green

Over the last month or so a noticeable change has become patently obvious when watching Manchester City play. Ever since their unfortunate defeat to Chelsea, where by all accounts they were terrific in the first half of that game, City … Continue reading

Glen Johnson’s Tackle Was Worse Than Vincent Kompany’s: Animated GIF

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Glen Johnson committed a two-footed lunge against Manchester City in Wednesday night’s first leg of the Carling Cup semi-final. However, the tackle (see above animation), which was far worse than the one that Vincent Kompany committed against Nani this past … Continue reading

Look At These English Football Clubs And Badges From 1962: Collector’s Card Photos

Posted on by Christopher Harris

On day three of cleaning out my garage, I found a pleasant surprise in a 1962 collection of 25 cards entitled “Football Clubs and Badges” from a company named Lamberts Of Norwich. The cards were included in packets of tea … Continue reading

A Trip Down Memory Lane With 1990 Panini Football Stickers: Photos

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Day two of cleaning up my garage unearthed some more gems. This time it’s “Football ’90,” which is a small stack of Panini stickers from the 1990-91 season. There are about 50-75 stickers in all, nowhere near the entire collection. … Continue reading

Why Kompany’s Tackle On Nani Shows How The System Is Broken

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Soccer has been one of the most important things for me almost my entire life, but if there is one thing I don’t like about the sport, it’s when questionable calls happen like the one on Sunday where Vincent Kompany … Continue reading

FA Cup Footballers From 1988-89 Featured In Match Magazine: Photo

Posted on by Christopher Harris

While cleaning out my garage over the weekend, I came across an old box of football/soccer collectibles. I haven’t peeked inside the box yet to see what’s in there, but I thought I’d reach in and pick out the first … Continue reading

Manchester City 2-3 Manchester United: England’s Best Two Clubs Give Us A Battle to Savor

Posted on by Bob Ruediger

Over the years there have been few events in sport that can rival the excitement of the FA Cup. This Manchester Derby was a perfect example of the magic that this tournament embodies. It was exciting for fans of both … Continue reading

FA Cup Preview: Manchester City vs Manchester United: Red Devils Look to Stake Revenge in Battle of Manchester

Posted on by Stephen OBrien

Almost 3 months have past since the ‘noisy neighbours’ and blue half of Manchester claimed the latest bragging rights of the city, as Roberto Mancini’s City thumped United 6-1 in their own backyard back in October. A much anticipated FA … Continue reading

If England Doesn’t Care About the FA Cup, Why Not Export Selected Matches Overseas?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

This morning I was listening to BBC Five Live commentator Alan Green complaining about poor attendances in this weekend’s FA Cup matches. The two examples he gave were the crowd of less than 15,000 for a west Midlands derby between … Continue reading

Wenger, Hodgson and Mancini Star In The Monsters Of Rock (Video)

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Who knew that Arsene Wenger, Roy Hodgson and Roberto Mancini were not only rock stars, but rock musicians? Enjoy the following videos. httpv://youtu.be/E5DrdPrPpMU httpv://youtu.be/B2mqZHSPw4E H/T 101 Great Goals.