Tag Archives: Carlos Tevez

Robinho Was A Success At Manchester City

Posted on by James Beckett

The sale of Robinho has marked the end of an era for Manchester City. The Brazilian arrived with high expectations of taking City to the next level and in a strange way he has sort lived up to the expectations. … Continue reading

Citizens Poised to Attack in 2010

Posted on by James Moschella

As they approach, once again, the 100 million pound mark in the transfer market, Manchester City and head coach Roberto Mancini still find facets of their team to dislike. Yet, for a team still searching for a striker to add … Continue reading

Where Manchester City Needs To Go From Here

Posted on by Gary Talarino

Despite their loss to Tottenham earlier in the week, Manchester City fans should still have plenty to feel good about going into the summer. The English press was all too happy in vilifying the Sheik Mansour’s tactics of overpaying for … Continue reading

Fantasy Premier League Tips: Gameweek 36

Posted on by Josh Allen

First off, apologies for the lack of an article last week. As Arsene Wenger would no doubt put it – this was due to unforeseen circumstances. There’s no need to panic though, as fantasy football tips are back with a … Continue reading

Manchester United 1-0 Manchester City – Matchday Observations and Late Drama

Posted on by Jesse Chula

The highly anticipated Manchester Derby took place Saturday with frustrating and mixed results. Both teams seemed satisfied to sit back and not risk over-committing attacking players while each team was still able to enjoy decent spells of possession, but minimal … Continue reading

Premier League Footballer of the Week, Gameweek 33

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Odd that Gameweek 33 has fallen on Easter weekend (if you don’t get the direct correlation, ask someone who celebrates Easter) even more odd that a pesky little Argentinian (who may, or may not be mentioned later) is leading his current … Continue reading

West Ham's Owners Expect Miracles From Mud

Posted on by Paul Bestall

If there’s one positive about David Sullivan’s outburst last week, such was the reaction to it, he’ll hopefully keep quiet until the end of the season. It’s a tricky situation when you’re a chairman of a club struggling at the … Continue reading

Premier League Form XI

Posted on by Kristian Downer

The saying goes that ‘form is temporary but class is permanent’ and on many levels this holds true, however such a huge part of professional sport is the mental aspect of the game, which at the highest level can be just as, … Continue reading

Premier League Footballer of the Week, Gameweek 28

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Beer Cup Final & Another Big 4 Beaten by a Door Knocker. Landon, You”ll Never Get One Easier Than That Congratulations to Manchester United for picking up the first piece of silverware on offer this season as they came out … Continue reading

Chelsea 2-4 Man City: Walking In A Tevez and Bellamy Wonderland

Posted on by Christopher Harris

As bizarre as it may sound, if Manchester City could play against Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal each week, they’d be in a better league position than they are now. City continue to look flaccid when they play teams such … Continue reading

Poll: Should Man United Have Kept Carlos Tevez?

Posted on by Aram Gyan

The Guardian posted a poll asking its readers whether Manchester United should have kept Carlos Tevez. A surprising majority said ‘yes.’ Can this be chalked up to the fickle feelings of fandom? Or is it sincere affection for the man … Continue reading

8 Highlights From the Manchester Carling Cup Semi-Final Derby, 1st Leg

Posted on by Aram Gyan

Tuesday’s Manchester Derby, doubling as the first leg of the League Cup Semi-Final, was sleepy for certain stretches but produced plenty of encouraging highlights for supporters of both sides, including: Antonio Valencia. After receiving a gorgeous pass from Patrice Evra, … Continue reading

Man City 2-1 Chelsea: City Get Serious About Top Four Challenge

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It was quite a contentious match on an unordinary day at Eastlands Saturday as Manchester City held on for a morale-boosting 2-1 win against Chelsea. What was most obvious about this game is how much it mattered to most teams. … Continue reading

Observations About Premier League Saturday Matchday 13

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Thank god the Premier League is back. Nothing against international football, but there’s something very comforting with getting back into the ritual of watching Premier League football and being familiar with the surroundings, the pace of the game and the … Continue reading

Carlos Tevez Proves His Worth to Man City

Posted on by Dave Warner

When football pundits discuss Carlos Tevez, they often talk about his “work rate” and his “eye for the ball.” At times, though, the words “work rate” can morph into a backhanded compliment — as if those pundits are really saying, … Continue reading

The Most Expensive Transfer in Premier League History is…Carlos Tevez?

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Paul Doyle of The Guardian once described Carlos Tevez as “the rich man’s Dirk Kuyt.” That man may be far more rich than we thought. Carlos Tevez left Manchester United for Manchester City, in a deal that reportedly paid Tevez’ … Continue reading

Talk Of Manchester City Making A Top Five Is Premature

Posted on by Paul Bestall

If I was an Arsenal fan, I’d be fed up already listening to people saying that Manchester City were obviously going to usurp them as one of the “Big Four” sides. It’s amazing what spending money does to peoples judgement … Continue reading

Is Mark Hughes Building a Barcelona Clone at Eastlands?

Posted on by Dave Warner

Say what you will about the obscene amount of money being spent by Manchester City this summer, but you have to admit that there’s a certain perverse pleasure in watching someone build a real-life club lineup in much the same … Continue reading