- Sat Nov 18 11:46 PM
Claude Puel says Vincent Kompany
should have been sent off in the first half of Leicester City's loss to Manchester City.
- Sat Nov 18 10:31 PM
Pep Guardiola made a veiled complaint about John Stones being put through 180 minutes of football for England, after admitting he will be out for four to six weeks with a hamstring strain.
- Sat Nov 18 7:37 PM
Pep Guardiola estimates John Stones will be sidelined four to six weeks after sustaining a 'muscular' injury against Leicester.
- Sat Nov 18 6:40 PM
LEICESTER -- Pep Guardiola fears that John Stones
- Sat Nov 18 6:19 PM
Defender John Stones could be out for up to six weeks after injuring his thigh during Manchester City's win at Leicester on Saturday.
- Sat Nov 18 6:04 PM
Manchester City defender John Stones is expected
- Sat Nov 18 6:01 PM
Manchester City defender John Stones is expected to be out for between four to six weeks after injuring his hamstring against Leicester City, Pep Guardiola has confirmed.
- Sat Nov 18 5:35 PM
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says John Stones will be out for six weeks after picking up an apparent hamstring injury in the first-half.
- Fri Nov 17 4:17 PM
Manchester United correspondent Rob Dawson assesses the club's campaign so far. Manchester United's match against Newcastle United could see "the return of the kings" with Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic available for selection. It is the first time in several months these players, both acknowl...
- Thu Nov 16 5:22 PM
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero
has declared himself fit for Saturday's Premier League match against Leicester at the King Power Stadium.
- Thu Nov 16 5:04 PM
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero
says he is fit for Saturday's Premier League match against Leicester, after fainting while playing for Argentina.
- Thu Nov 16 4:40 PM
has confirmed that he is fit to return for Manchester City after falling ill during Argentina's defeat to Nigeria.
- Thu Nov 16 4:30 PM
The Argentina striker used Twitter to allay concerns after being taken to hospital during an international friendly against Nigeria
London Evening Standard
- Thu Nov 16 10:01 AM
Jose Mourinho has blamed England for playing Phil Jones
against Brazil and hinted that Manchester United's rivals are better at protecting their players from injury while on international duty.
- Thu Nov 16 6:57 AM
The Red Devils have been forced to cope without the star duo as Manchester City open up a gap at the top of the league
- Thu Nov 16 12:49 AM
Aguero suffered from dizziness during Argentina's friendly defeat at the hands of Nigeria but the striker is expected to be available on the weekend
- Wed Nov 15 1:50 PM
• Striker suffered a ‘dizzy spell’ during friendly game for Argentina • Agüero expected to be available for game against Leicester City Sergio Agüero is expected to return to training with Manchester City as scheduled despite the “dizzy spell” he suffered at half-time during Argentina’s friendly...
- Wed Nov 15 11:28 AM
The striker, who arrived back at Manchester City on Wednesday lunchtime, suffered a dizzy spell at half-time of the defeat by Nigeria. Sergio Aguero
visited the hospital before returning.
- Tue Nov 14 10:18 PM
MANCHESTER CITY may be without their key striker Sergio Aguero
for the upcoming Premier League clash with Leicester on Saturday , a club statement has confirmed.
|I think Manchester City agreed to it but the other top teams, United and Chelsea I think, they didn't want it,
Guardiola said. It's okay, it will happen though. Not just here in England, all around the world, the referees must be helped. Today the football is quicker, it's faster.
I have said many times we are delighted with Phil,
said Guardiola. He has the quality to stay here for 10 years.
The way he celebrated his first goal was like the final of the World Cup and that is because he is a City fan,
The first priority is the Premier League, that is the nicest one,
Guardiola said. When I see three teams like Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Juventus, and in 10 years, they have won seven leagues, they show me they are the best teams.