Manchester City Negotiate Fresh Deal with Yaya Toure


Manchester City have decided to extend the contract of veteran midfielder Yaya Toure following his promising performances during the recently concluded season.

The former Ivory Coast international initially struggled to make the matchday squad after his agent Dimitri Seluk hit out at Guardiola for humiliating his client.



Manchester City striker, Sergio Aguero has cast doubt over his future after he was left out of the starting line-up for this week’s Premier League wins over West Ham United and Swansea City.

The arrival of Brazilian wonder-kid, Gabriel Jesus from Palmeiras – who has scored three goals in his first two Premier League outings for City ¬– has seen Aguero relegated to the bench.

Pep Guardiola Admits City May Fail to Qualify for the Champions League


Manchester City are at the risk of failing to qualify for the Champions League, according to manager Pep Guardiola.

The incredible admission from the manager comes as his team struggles to put together a run of form that would see them challenge for the title. Manchester City have suffered some disappointing results like the 4-0 thrashing at the hands of Everton and the 2-2 draw with Tottenham in which they lost a two-goal lead. As a result, they are outside the contention for the title. While being unable to win the title in his debut campaign will not be seen as a major catastrophe, failure to qualify for the Champions League next season will head to the club quite hard.

Samir Nasri reveals yet another ban that Guardiola has implemented


Since Pep Guardiola’s arrival to the Etihad Stadium, the Spanish manager has not only been making a number of changes within the pitch in itself but outside of it as well with strict bans being enforced from players not being able to utilize wifi in many of the training grounds of the club and another of the bans that Guardiola has enforced was prohibiting his players from eating specific food as he wants them to be fit and healthy for every single match.

However, it seems like these aren’t the only bans and restrictions that Pep Guardiola has placed on his Manchester City squad as Samir Nasri has recently revealed that they aren’t allowed to have sexual intercourse after midnight even if they do not have any kind of training session or a match on the following day.


The man in charge of Everton’s managerial job, Ronald Koeman believes Manchester City are capable of defeating Barcelona, but if a very vigilant care is not taken, they can be quickly punished at every chance they give away.

Koeman's men visited Pep Guardiola's side in a 1-1 draw in the Premier League on Saturday. The narrow one point snatched from the visitor extended City's winless run to three matches ahead of their journey to Barcelona in the Champions League group-stage clash.

De Bruyne enjoying himself


Manchester City Kevin De Bruyne has stated that he is cherishing every moment under Pep Guardiola.

He said that things have changed a lot under the new manager and that he is enjoying his football. It was always a dream for him to play under Guardiola and he is happy that this has come true.

Hart to stay at Manchester City


Joe Hart has admitted that he may have to stay at Manchester City as he cannot seem to get a good offer.

With 8 days remaining in the transfer window, it might be difficult for the England international to find a suitable club. This could mean that he could risk his place as England number one keeper.

Manchester City finished the 2015-16 season with only 2 Titles

Manchester City finished the 2015-16 season with only the League Cup title and chief Khaldoon Al Mubarak claims that the club are extremely disappointed with the campaign.

It was also the final season for Manuel Pellegrini, who stepped down in order to allow Pep Guardiola to take over as the new manager of the club.

Since coming from Spain with a reputation of winning titles with low budgets, Pellegrini was an instant hit after winning the league title in his first season. However, inconsistent form with regard to domestic football and the inability to perform at the European level were a major contributor towards his exit.