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TOP STORY: Man City to reel in Rodri and break transfer record
Reports in The Telegraph claim Manchester City are prepared to smash their transfer record by splashing out more than £60 million for Atletico Madrid midfield enforcer Rodri.
Premier League champions sometimes need goals from unlikely sources. Granted, they will usually have a striker trying to win a golden boot and a prolific attacking midfielder in the running for player of the year honours, but contributions can also come from less obvious sources, who choose the perfect moment to score their first goal in the English top flight.
There was Christopher Wreh for Arsenal in 1998, who netted for the first time in a Premier League game to secure a win against Wimbledon;...
Manchester City moved back top of the Premier League with a nerve-jangling 1-0 victory over Tottenham on Saturday. Phil Foden got the crucial goal in the fifth minute in just his second Premier League start as City gained some revenge for their midweek Champions League exit to the same side.
The emotional Champions League exit had the potential to give City a hangover and derail their Premier League hopes. The title remains in their own hands if they keep on winning and this game will...
Pep Guardiola resembled a broken man at the end of Manchester City's epic, but draining, Champions League quarter-final exit against Tottenham earlier this week. The image of the City manager on his knees on the touchline, his head in his hands, perfectly summed up the mood of everyone connected with the club.
Spurs had ended City's dream of a Quadruple, with a helping hand from VAR, but Guardiola's anguish was not about missing the chance to create history by winning four trophies -- it was the...
In a perfect world, we would have been talking only about four goals in 11 minutes, one of the wildest quarterfinal matches in history, how Manchester City's season is reduced to a "mere" potential Treble and how Tottenham are 180 minutes away from their first European Cup final. But we live in an imperfect world, and one of the legacies of Wednesday night at the Etihad is the controversy surrounding Fernando Llorente's goal and the use of Video Assistant Referees (VAR).