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Bitter and Blue - Sat Jul 21 1:18 PM
City Fail To Win Silverware But Foundations Are In Place Continuing our series from Division Three to three times Premier League champions, we take a look back at the 2009/10 season. Although it was unsuccessful in terms of trophies, the 2009/10 season laid the foundations down for City’s future...
Bitter and Blue - Fri Jul 20 7:56 AM
City Start Playing Catch Up With The Big Boys Continuing our series charting our rise from Division Three, we take a look at the season that changed everything – 2008/09. It is safe to say that the first season of the Thaksin Shinawatra era didn’t go exactly to plan. Sven Goran-Erikssen sacked af...
Bitter and Blue - Thu Jul 19 7:00 PM
Diaz prefers to stay at City with the first team and battle for a position. According to Sam Lee of Goal , the Blues are eager to loan out the 18-year-old wonder kid for experience this coming season, but he prefers to remain at the Etihad Stadium and break into the first team. With Diaz entering...
Bitter and Blue - Thu Jul 19 5:03 PM
The Champions of England Begin Their Preseason Tour in Chicago Competition/Round: 2018 International Champions Cup – Matchday 1 Date/Time: Manchester City vs Borussia Dortmund – Friday, 20 July 2018, 02:05 BST/WAT (UK & Nigeria); 21:05 EST, 18:05 PST (USA); 06:05 IST (India) Venue: Soldier Field,...
Bitter and Blue - Wed Jul 18 9:24 PM
How Did The Blues Perform At The World Cup? The World Cup ended on Sunday with France defeating Croatia in the Final. After a wonderful record breaking season, the Blues had a record breaking amount of players make their country’s squads. Unfortunately some didn’t perform well but many people hav...
Bitter and Blue - Tue Jul 17 7:50 PM
The Blues Are Back to Work After an Entertaining World Cup On 15 July France hoisted the 2018 FIFA World Cup , routing Croatia 4-2. Benjamin Mendy was the only representative for the Blues in the final, albeit he did not feature in the match. Meanwhile, Vincent Kompany and Kevin De Bruyne faced t...