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Archives: Manchester City

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.

5 Observations From Manchester City v Liverpool

Posted on by Saikat Mandal

Manchester City returned to their winning ways after thumping Liverpool by 3-0 at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday night. Goals from Sergio Aguero, Yaya Toure and James Milner sealed the victory for the Citizens in a rain soaked night in … Continue reading

Fact or Fiction: With Manchester City’s Dip in Form, It’s Time for Citizens to Get Nervous

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

“Fact Or Fiction” is a weekly segment on EPL Talk. In today’s column, an assertion will be made regarding an impacting topic in the Premier League. EPL Talk writers Matt Hackenmiller and Earl Reed (and sometimes The Gaffer) each offer … Continue reading

What Are The 20 Premier League Clubs Wishing For in 2012?

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

Here is what the Premier League clubs are wishing for in 2012: Arsenal: Gunner fans are wishing that scoring machine Robin van Persie continues his torrid streak. Aston Villa: That Alex McLeish has a method to his “managerial tactic” madness. … Continue reading

Premier League Midseason Analysis: London vs. Manchester

Posted on by Roderick Thomas

It isn’t exactly halfway through the season, but all of the clubs are 18 games into their 2011-12 campaign except for Everton and Tottenham (both are 17 games in) who have to make up their first round fixture due to … Continue reading

Gareth Barry, Manchester City’s English Lion

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

The fall of 2011 has marked a turnaround of sorts for Gareth Barry. More confident performances for Manchester City as well as the honor of scoring England’s 2,000th goal in the 1-0 November friendly win over Sweden. Late last season, … Continue reading

Fact Or Fiction: Spurs Are Second Best Team In Premiership

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

“Fact Or Fiction” is a series that will be run every Friday. In this series, an assertion will be made regarding an impacting topic in the Premier League. EPL Talk writers Matt Hackenmiller and Earl Reed each offer their views … Continue reading

FIFA Predicts High-Scoring Man City vs Arsenal Game This Weekend

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The FIFA 12 Simulation Engine has calculated the strengths and weaknesses of Manchester City against Arsenal, and has computed what will happen on Sunday when the two giants clash at Etihad Stadium. Not surprisingly, EA Sports is predicting a lot … Continue reading

Premier League Sides Face Tough Opposition in Champions League and Europa League Draws

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The draws for the next round of the Champions League and Europa League have been made, and there are some very tasty matches that have been picked out of the hat. Both English clubs in the Champions League face Italian … Continue reading

Will Christmas See Chelsea or Spurs Catch Up With City?

Posted on by Alex Muller

The congested fixture list over the Christmas period has the ability to make or break a team’s season, as everyone wants to take momentum into the second half of the campaign. With important games at both the top and bottom … Continue reading

Chelsea Win Opens Up Premier League Title Race

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Monday night’s match between Chelsea and Manchester City was a bizarre one. If you watched the first 30 minutes, you would have been spellbound by how superior Roberto Mancini’s side was. City was so much in control of this match … Continue reading