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Daily Telegraph - Thu Nov 1 2:17 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Manchester City are at serious risk of losing another of their best young talents, with Brahim Diaz likely to follow in the footsteps of Jadon Sancho by quitting the Premier League champions over a lack of playing time. Real Madrid are increasingly
Daily Telegraph - Tue Oct 30 11:01 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has been handed a quadruple injury boost with Ilkay Gundogan, Fabian Delph, Danilo and long-term absentee Eliaquim Mangala all back in full training. Gundogan, Delph and Danilo are likely to be in contention to and more »
Daily Telegraph - Tue Oct 30 3:29 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Phil Neville, England Women head coach, has named uncapped Manchester City pair Georgia Stanway and Ellie Roebuck in his 23-player squad for next week's international friendlies against Austria and Sweden. Midfielder Stanway, 19, has enjoyed an and more »
Daily Telegraph - Tue Oct 30 5:51 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Tottenham's continued homeless state leaves them squeezing in a 'home' Premier League match against Manchester City, just two days before the Carabao Cup tie against West Ham, and only 24 hours after an NFL game that tore up the pitch at Wembley and more »
Daily Telegraph - Tue Oct 30 3:28 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Riyad Mahrez said Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was “like a dad” to him after celebrating his winner against Tottenham Hotspur by pointing to the sky in tribute to the Leicester City owner. Mahrez was a key member of the Leicester side that won the league and more »
Daily Telegraph - Tue Oct 30 3:28 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Hugo Lloris Reacted quickly to push a Riyad Mahrez shot onto the post, but once again created trouble for his own defenders with his wild distribution. 6/10. Kieran Trippier Embarrassed by Raheem Sterling, his England team-mate, for the opening goal. and more »
Daily Telegraph - Mon Oct 29 7:16 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Given that Tottenham have played at least two fewer home games than most teams as a result of a delay in the delivery of their new stadium, it is remarkable they have made their best start to a Premier League season. Seemingly never hitting full stride and more »
Daily Telegraph - Mon Oct 29 7:16 PM
Telegraph.co.uk In a weekend of big matches, the largest is on the Monday after. It wasn't supposed to be at Wembley but building a stadium isn't easy so here we are, with a rematch of last season's Man City's 3-1 win over Tottenham. What will both managers have and more »
Daily Telegraph - Mon Oct 29 7:16 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Forty five years ago this week, English football witnessed its strangest ever managerial appointment. On 2 November 1973, it was announced that Brian Clough was to take charge of Brighton and Hove Albion. Never mind that Britain was about to be plunged
Daily Telegraph - Mon Oct 29 7:43 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Pep Guardiola faces Mauricio Pochettino at Wembley on Monday night conceding that Tottenham have made him eat his words over his claim last season that Spurs were “the Harry Kane team”. The Manchester City manager offended Pochettino and and more »
Daily Telegraph - Mon Oct 29 7:43 AM
Telegraph.co.uk There was a time title challengers need only concern themselves with accumulating points. So high have Manchester City raised the bar in the Premier League, it feels like those chasing must be equally preoccupied with goal difference. There was a and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sat Oct 27 8:27 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Exiled in Florida, from where he hosts a daily pan-USA radio show about English football, Rodney Marsh has watched on television every minute of every match Manchester City have played this season. And his reaction to what he has seen is telling. “I'd
Daily Telegraph - Sat Oct 27 4:34 AM
Telegraph.co.uk John Stones laughs. “It's not your typical English football, is it?” he says as he discusses him, Aymeric Laporte and Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson passing the ball across their own six-yard area at Liverpool earlier this month. “It's what we
Daily Telegraph - Sat Oct 27 4:16 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Such is Arsenal's unceasing dominance at the top of the table that it was difficult to watch Reading's Jade Moore rise highest from Fara Williams' corner, nodding home the Royals' equaliser against Manchester City, without wondering if the lights and more »
Daily Telegraph - Fri Oct 26 8:27 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City all put their unbeaten records on the line in Week 12 against Burnley, Cardiff and Tottenham, respectively. Arsenal and Manchester United both have winnable fixtures against Crystal Palace and Everton and all