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Tag Archives: Manchester City

Top 20 Premier League Clubs Most Likely To Burn A Hole In Your Pocket

Posted on by Christopher Harris

This is one of those league tables where football fans may not want their club to do that well since it could indicate how greedy a club is. But football today is a business, and when it comes down to … Continue reading

Manchester City and North America: The Strong Connection

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Article by Kartik Krishnaiyer The connections between Major League Soccer and my favorite international football club, Manchester City continue to grow with time. Monday, San Jose announced the signing of Darren Huckerby and Paul Dickov is about to sign with … Continue reading

Leaked Pictures Of Football Shirts Are Often The Real Deal

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Every year, mass media organizations such as Sky Sports, the BBC and The Guardian are scooped by a small band of football bloggers who leak photographs of new, never seen before football kits sometimes months before they’re officially unveiled to … Continue reading

New 08/09 Manchester City Home & Away Shirts Unveiled

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Manchester City has officially unveiled their new home and away shirts for the 2008/2009 season. As correctly predicted before, the new home shirt design features Thomas Cook as the sponsor and Le Coq Sportif as the manufacturer, not Nike. According … Continue reading

New 08/09 Manchester City Home Shirt Revealed

Posted on by Christopher Harris

A photograph has leaked of the new Manchester City home shirt for the 2008/2009 season. Manufactured by Le Coq Sportif, their current kit designer, the new home jersey looks very similar to the the current City shirt. The new shirt … Continue reading

Art And Football: A L.S. Lowry Masterpiece Goes On Auction

Posted on by Christopher Harris

This Friday, Christies will auction an original painting from one of the most revered artists in England – L.S. Lowry (1887-1976). The masterpiece is entitled “Manchester City v Sheffield United.” While his compatriots in England were painting idyllic flowers and … Continue reading

Top 10 Most Visited English Soccer Club Websites By U.S. Visitors

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Manchester United is not just European champions as well as Premier League title holders. The team’s web site is also the number one most visited English football club by visitors from the United States. Here’s the top 10 list for … Continue reading

Shinawatra Wants To Sell Entire Manchester City Squad. Or Does He?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The Daily Express newspaper is reporting that Manchester City owner Thaksin Shinawatra has sent a letter to each Man City player saying that he’s dissatisfied with the team’s performance in the second half of the year, that each player is … Continue reading

England Tops Fair Play Table, Gets Another UEFA Cup Spot

Posted on by Jeff Hash

Manchester City may be looking for new management next season, but it may also find itself playing in Europe as well.  UEFA has announced today that England have finished in the top spot of this season’s Fair Play rankings.  The … Continue reading

Premier League Odds and Sods 7 April 2008

Posted on by tyduffy

Arsenal Reserves drew Liverpool Reserves 1-1 in a Saturday thriller. Rafa went with Jermaine Pennant and frisky Peter Crouch. Arsene started two English lads. Liverpool should have put the match away earlier. Crouch had a brilliant effort saved. Riise missed … Continue reading

Premier League Odds and Sods 12 Feb 2008

Posted on by tyduffy

It was night of black armbands and barren kits in Manchester, which only served to emphasize the sponsorship everywhere else as Man City shocked Man United 2-1 at Old Trafford.  It is no coincidence that most of Man U’s losses … Continue reading

Premier League Odds and Sods 4 Feb 2008

Posted on by tyduffy

After this weekend a Google search for “Sven” and “Up the Arse” won’t lead you astray as Arsenal defeated Manchester City 3-1 away from home to move to the top of the table. Adebayor dropped a deuce, scoring in his … Continue reading

FA Cup: More Third Round replay shocks

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

Blue Square Conference South club Havant and Waterlooville beat League One leaders Swansea 4-2 to book a dream trip to Anfield in the fourth round of the FA Cup on January 26. Richard Paquette, Jamie Collins and Rocky Baptiste gave … Continue reading

FA Cup Ratings for Premier League Clubs

Posted on by tyduffy

The FA Cup Third Round relieved us from the dreariness of our normal robust Premier League schedule to enthrall us with live riveting matches like Pompey-Ipswich and grant us the opportunity to pay top dollar to watch Villa-Utd.  All 20 … Continue reading

Odds and Sods 3 Jan 2008

Posted on by tyduffy

“There’s only one Titus Bramble” chanted the Wigan faithful, and he made the difference, earning a point in their 1-1 draw with Liverpool.  Torres scored the initial goal, which salvaged Liverpool a point, but they have to be extremely disappointed … Continue reading

Worst players of the season?

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

Norman Hubbard of ESPN Soccernet has written an interesting article on who he thinks have been the worst players of the season so far. Personally, most of the article is spot on but there are a few choices that I … Continue reading

Transfer window opens

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

The transfer window has started and I’ll be covering all the moves and rumours over the next couple of weeks. So far, the deals have been largely loan moves of Premier League squad players to Championship sides. Queens Park Rangers … Continue reading

Premier League 2007 Awards (Traditional)

Posted on by tyduffy

Best Player: Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United It’s difficult to argue with this one.  Even if he does score a number of goals on penalties, he still produces a striker’s tally from midfield and, unlike Frank Lampard, he manages to look … Continue reading