- Thu May 10 9:24 AM
Sterling was missed out of the matchday squad.
- Wed May 9 7:41 PM
The Ivorian will be given a big send-off at the Etihad Stadium in the champions' final home game of the season
- Wed May 9 6:00 AM
DEPARTING Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure
has compared Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba to himself.
- Sun May 6 2:42 PM
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has sent his best wishes to Sir Alex Ferguson for a speedy recovery.
- Sun May 6 12:54 AM
Gareth Southgate will check on the fitness of John Stones at Manchester City but may not get to see him play, with the England centre half expected to be on the bench on Sunday.
|Of course I wish him all the best,
Guardiola said. He was my old player in Barcelona, with all the players I had, especially the nice guys, they deserve it.
We feel comfortable at home – the fans, the pitch,
said Guardiola. Thank you to the greenkeepers for that.
Kevin helped us to make another step, another rhythm,
said Guardiola. He is back and with Raheem Sterling, Leroy Sane, Gabriel (Jesus) and Sergio (Aguero), we can regain the ball and have a lot of pace to attack on the counter.
We had 24 shots, 10 on target,
said Guardiola. We are averaging 21 shots per game — we're the best side in Europe in shots.