How could Josep Guardiola possibly improve a side that has just won every trophy possible the season before? Why does a coach who has lead the best players in recent times to unprecedented success at Barcelona really deserve that much credit?
Tag Archives: Manchester City
11 October 2013 – 4:00 pm
Whilst the majority of the Champions League debate focuses on who will win it, Viktoria Plzen are 10,000/1 outsiders to lift the most prestigious of Club Trophies. But should they really be that big, or even bigger, or are there teams who have even less of a chance than their odds suggest?
19 August 2013 – 9:30 am
The 2013/14 Premier League season got under way this weekend and one player in particular continued from exactly where he left off last time round. Manchester United’s Robin van Persie delivered a master class in centre forward play at Swansea on Saturday and his form could be the difference once again for David Moyes’ new side.
8 August 2013 – 10:00 am
In 25 days and 13 hours time, the 2013 summer transfer window will “slam shut” across Europe’s top leagues. A few associations close their windows earlier in the day and a couple hang on for an extra hour or two; but on September 2nd 2013 there will be a huge sigh of relief that the whole thing is over.
24 July 2013 – 9:30 am
Sam Byram, 19, Defender, Leeds United and England
5 July 2013 – 9:00 am
What if the Premier League was a cup competition?
1 July 2013 – 10:00 am
‘El Ingeniero’ or the Engineer, better known as Manuel Pellegrini is the new manager of Manchester City. From Chile to England via Ecuador, Argentina and of course Spain it seems Pellegrini has managed just about everywhere. His biggest challenge? Probably the up-coming one.