Monthly Archives: November 16, 2017

Women’s Champions League: Campbell injury mars Manchester City cruise

Manchester City advanced into the Women’s Champions League quarter-finals as they beat LSK Kvinner 2-1 at the Academy Stadium and 7-1 on aggregate. Chelsea sink Rosengard to ease into Champions League quarter-finals Read more The triumph was marred by a serious-looking injury sustained by Megan Campbell which led to the match being stopped for several…read more

Emslie: There’s a long season to go

Manchester City secured a 4-0 win over Bristol on Sunday which meant we climbed to the top of the FA Women’s Super League table, but there’s a long way to go yet, says Claire Emslie. The Scot scored City’s second goal against the Vixens at the Academy Stadium but has explained that her former club…read more

In focus: Leroy Sane

t’s been a superb season for Leroy Sane. He’s been consistently brilliant during a period that has seen City win 16 and draw one of their opening 17 games; a player with match-winning quality who is now widely regarded as the best young forward in the Premier League. He is often a potent weapon on…read more

Sane goes close as England and Germany draw blank

Leroy Sane came within a whisker of scoring the winner for Germany who were held 0-0 by England at Wembley. The City winger thundered a shot against the bar in front of a sell-out Wembley crowd. tI was the closest either side came to breaking the deadlock in a useful workout for both sides. who…read more

Hazard claims Man City star De Bruyne is best Prem player

Chelsea star Eden Hazard has claimed that his Belgium teammate Kevin De Bruyne is the best player in the Premier League. Hazard played a huge role in the Blues title success last season, but City are setting the pace this season after a blistering start. Speaking ahead of Belgium’s friendly at home to Mexico on…read more

Chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak on Annual Report

Chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak has commented on the Club’s Annual Report, released earlier today… “The 2016-17 season – the first under new manager Pep Guardiola – was something of a contradiction. It was a season in which no silverware was won by our first team and in which we finished third in the Premier League,…read more

Remember when City scored ten?

It was to be a season of extremities and one that had more than a few seasoned Blues muttering ‘typical City…’ Mel Machin’s side were both exciting and frustrating in equal measure and by early November, were in tenth in Division Two (the second tier, better known now as the Championship) and unable to find…read more

KDB salutes City’s composure

Kevin De Bruyne hailed Manchester City’s composure in the wake of a hard-fought 3-1 win over Arsenal at the Etihad. The Belgian midfielder was again at his imperious best for Pep Guardiola’s side, producing another man-of-the-match display and scoring the crucial opening goal which broke the first-half deadlock.  Arsene Wenger’s Gunners played their part in…read more