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Daily Telegraph - Fri Sep 8 10:00 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Pep Guardiola has refused to rule out a January move for Alexis Sanchez but insisted there was “zero chance” of him allowing Raheem Sterling to leave Manchester City last month as part of a deal for the Arsenal striker. Guardiola also confirmed that and more »
Daily Telegraph - Fri Sep 8 7:59 PM
Telegraph.co.uk For far too long now there has been a weakness to Joe Hart's game that has been all too apparent. Since his summer move to West Ham, that very problem has reared its all too ugly head once again. The opening weekend defeat to Manchester United gave
Daily Telegraph - Fri Sep 8 10:06 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Vincent Kompany is a serious doubt for Manchester City's Premier League game at home to Liverpool on Saturday lunchtime as manager Pep Guardiola faces the prospect of an early defensive headache. The City captain has missed training for the past two and more »
Daily Telegraph - Thu Sep 7 10:00 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Manchester City were engulfed in an extraordinary legal row with the Spanish football league on Wednesday night after their latest sister club were accused of trying to “cook the books” on loan deals between them. The president of La Liga, Javier Tebas and more »
Daily Telegraph - Wed Sep 6 10:35 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Given that Neymar has rented the former Paris home of the bibulous actor Gerard Depardieu, who once relieved himself in a bottle on a flight to that same city, the phrase “peeing in the swimming pool” seemed apposite for Spanish football's latest and more »
Daily Telegraph - Tue Sep 5 11:17 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Manchester City's club doctor has revealed they will appoint a “whereabouts administrator” after admitting breaching anti-doping rules had brought their badge “into disrepute”. Dr Matthew Brown confirmed City were in the process of recruiting someone and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sat Sep 2 10:09 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Bookmakers have framed the betting market in line with net spend, so Manchester City are a best-price 7-5 to win the title after investing £130.9m, Manchester United are next (9-4 second-favourites after parting with £127m), with Chelsea third on the