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Tag Archives: Manchester City

When A Soccer Match Feels Like A Nil Nil

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Watching the Manchester City against Liverpool game on Sunday, it felt like I was watching a tedious chess game. There was little fluidity to the game and mistakes were plentiful. Just as one team made a move, the opposition would … Continue reading

ESPN2 Will Televise Man United v Chelsea in April

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN2 received some good news Friday when the Premier League announced the list of games that have had their kickoff times moved to be shown during key television times. During April, ESPN2 will televise what many believe will be the … Continue reading

The Issue With Manchester City's Midfield

Posted on by Lee McAnulty

Along with the recent dip in form at Manchester City has come an unrest amongst the fans who have began to question as to why virtually the same team as the one that began the season so brightly currently appears to … Continue reading

5 Reasons Why Manchester City Can Conquer America

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Manchester City is considering embarking on a preseason tour of the United States this summer to establish itself as a global brand and to gain ground on Manchester United’s popularity overseas. The report in The Guardian from last Tuesday says … Continue reading

Man City Got The Right Man With Adam Johnson Signing

Posted on by John Nicholson

If you hadn’t been paying attention to Middlesbrough last season or the first half of the current campaign in the Championship – and let’s face it – most people don’t pay much attention to Middlesbrough – you won’t have seen … Continue reading

Altidore Scores First Premier League Goal As Hull City Upsets Man City

Posted on by Dave Warner

Had you wagered with any American soccer fan back in August that Landon Donovan would score his first Premier League goal before Jozy Altidore, he probably would have taken you up on it. You would have won that bet, too, … Continue reading

Craig Bellamy Coin Incident Gave Man United Unfair Advantage

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Watching the Manchester derby Wednesday night I was appalled to see Craig Bellamy get hit by an object and to see other objects thrown at him as he went to take a corner for Manchester City. Bellamy was struck by … Continue reading

Santos or Swim? Robinho Has A Choice To Make

Posted on by Aram Gyan

Numerous reports have one-time wunderkind Robinho fleeing Manchester City for Santos, the legendary Sao Paolo club where his career began. The loan deal could see Santos youngsters Paulo Henrique Ganso or Neymar don sky blue. Manager Roberto Mancini has stated that, while … Continue reading

Why Are Premier League Club Websites So Awful?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

When was the last time you visited the official web site of your favorite Premier League club? If you’re honest, the answer is pretty seldom. There’s a reason for that. Sixty percent of the sites are developed and maintained by … Continue reading

Does Manchester City Have The Self Belief To Be Cup Winners?

Posted on by John Nicholson

It’s probably not often that Manchester City and Prince get mentioned in the same sentence. I doubt the little funky fella spends much time pondering events at Eastlands or writing songs inspired by Micah Richards. However, we can look to … 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

Gary Neville Feeling Off Color According to Daily Star

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The Daily Star newspaper in England is reporting that Gary Neville is feeling a bit gray according to their headline they published Monday night (see above picture). It’s an actual mistake that appeared in their article here (which may have … Continue reading

How Can Manchester City Solve A Problem Like Robinho?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

It was the marquee signing that announced that Manchester City had money to burn and were determined to usurp the comfy old pals act at the top of the Premiership. Fans flocked to Eastlands in tea-towels to show their new … Continue reading

Joe Cole Set To Quit Chelsea For Manchester City?

Posted on by Chris Beckenham

With Joe Cole out of contract at Chelsea in the summer, there’s no surprise in there being a few Premiership Clubs ‘poking their noses’ into the status of the current situation regarding the player at the moment. Negotiations are currently … Continue reading

UK Media Reaction to Landon Donovan: Everton 2-0 Man City

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Landon Donovan made his home debut for Everton Saturday against a strong Manchester City side in a very entertaining and exciting game. How did Donovan do? Here’s what the UK media thought: “Everton tried to hit back through Landon Donovan … Continue reading

Chaos and Tragedy Strike The African Cup Of Nations

Posted on by Paul Bestall

The news started coming through early on Saturday morning and as the information became clearer, it was soon apparent that the whole African Cup Of Nations would now be tainted. When the dust had settled, 3 members of the Togo … Continue reading

Manchester City Signing Patrick Vieira Is A Risky Business

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well when your side is screaming out for a centre half, why not simply go out and sign a centre midfielder who’s lost his pace and has struggled with injuries for 3 seasons. Yes, Roberto Mancini seems to think that … Continue reading

You Say City And I Say United, Let's Call The Whole Thing Off

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Listening to the BBC Radio Five Live commentary last Sunday of the match between Manchester United and Leeds United, I was taken aback by a statement that the commentator made at the onset of the program. I’m paraphrasing, but the … Continue reading