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Guardian - Sat Aug 11 10:29 PM
• City manager says players must remember triumphs of 2017-18 • ‘The important thing is to be there and to be ourselves’ Pep Guardiola believes he is close to implanting the ideal culture at Manchester City and says the key to a “magnificent” follow-up to last season’s record title triumph is not...
Guardian - Sat Aug 11 9:00 AM
Can Unai Emery transform Arsenal this season? Is this the perfect time to play Manchester City? Will Lucas Torreira be the midfield battering ram the Emirates has been without for so long? Hope has returned with the arrival of Arsène Wenger’s replacement but Pep Guardiola will be confident of qui...
Guardian - Fri Aug 10 10:29 PM
• Arsenal manager unconcerned about daunting start • Emery names five captains in his squad It was a statement of the obvious but Unai Emery felt it needed stressing. “There is a new way, a new process, ” said the Spaniard several times on Friday at the press conference held to preview Sunday’s m...
Guardian - Fri Aug 10 4:44 PM
• Brazilian had been earmarked as Fernandinho understudy • Pep Guardiola ‘sad and disappointed’ at work permit decision Pep Guardiola has confirmed Douglas Luiz has been refused a work permit, with the Manchester City manager wishing the decision had been made earlier to allow him to consider a r...
Guardian - Fri Aug 10 3:00 PM
Now the white noise of the ‘non-football’ season has finished the Premier League needs Jürgen Klopp’s side to make the next eight months feel less predictable Well, at least that’s all over. Anyone who loves football will of course hate the transfer window, which rather than simply “slamming shut...
Guardian - Fri Aug 10 12:57 PM
Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool side are well fancied to go toe-to-toe with Manchester City for the Premier League title this season but, speaking before their opening fixture against West Ham, the manager said that ‘we are still Rocky Balboa and not Ivan Drago’ Continue reading
Guardian - Fri Aug 10 8:30 AM
Manchester United and Leicester under pressure to start well, Emery’s formidable opening task, heightened ambitions for Brighton and Wolves Related: Summer transfer window verdict: how every Premier League club fared Related: Transfer window 2018 – every summer deal from Europe's top five leagues...
Guardian - Thu Aug 9 10:00 PM
Arsenal, West Ham and Wolves were busy while Everton and Fulham left it late, Manchester United fell short and Spurs did not sign anyone Arsenal’s biggest move of the summer was replacing Arsène Wenger with Unai Emery, but they have also strengthened their squad with five new signings. Bernd Leno...
Guardian - Thu Aug 9 11:27 AM
After frustration and in some cases ridicule, players whose last campaign was sabotaged by injury will be desperate to show what they have to offer as a new season gets under way Harry Redknapp used to be tickled by the notion that top professionals would move clubs primarily for sentimental reas...
Guardian - Thu Aug 9 9:57 AM
Manchester United need a defender, Southampton want a striker and Newcastle should swap Ashley for Staveley Jamaal Lascelles looks perfect as a long-term replacement for Laurent Koscielny. The Newcastle player would strengthen our defence and could be a future captain. If not him, Domagoj Vida wi...
Guardian - Thu Aug 9 8:18 AM
Australian expected to be loaned out to Celtic Follows Aaron Mooy in moving to sister club Manchester City’s global network has again borne fruit with the capture of Australia’s most promising young football talent, Daniel Arzani, who is expected to be immediately loaned out before the transfer w...
Guardian - Tue Aug 7 5:08 PM
Sign up now! Sign up now! Sign up now? Sign up now ! When the Fiver heard today that Joe Hart had joined Burnley from Manchester City, we immediately thought of a similarly initialed goalkeeper who played for the same clubs over a century ago – dear ol’ Jack Hillman. That former England internati...
Guardian - Tue Aug 7 10:55 AM
• Goalkeeper ends 12-year stay with Manchester City • Burnley now have three England ‘keepers in squad Burnley have signed goalkeeper Joe Hart on a two-year deal from Manchester City for a fee in the region of £3.5m. The Clarets confirmed the transfer on their official website, revealing an undis...
Guardian - Tue Aug 7 8:59 AM
Pep Guardiola’s talented side look well placed to be the first to retain the Premier League title since United in 2009 Guardian writers’ predicted position: 1st (NB: this is not necessarily Nick Ames’s prediction but the average of our writers’ tips) Last season’s position: 1st Related: Premier L...
Guardian - Mon Aug 6 10:30 PM
England international cut short his break after the World Cup to win another title with Manchester City Given that no team have retained the Premier League title since Manchester United in 2009, it is not unreasonable for the chasing pack to wonder if Manchester City will be undone by complacency...
Guardian - Mon Aug 6 3:38 PM
Young English players are often mistreated but there will always be the thrill of seeing a major talent fulfilled In the sweltering sunshine of Craven Cottage on Saturday afternoon, Ryan Sessegnon was going about his usual business of looking older than his years. A composed, even studious presen...
Guardian - Sun Aug 5 8:27 PM
The teenager played with poise and maturity to leave City fans with little cause to regret losing out on Jorginho to Chelsea The first time Manchester City’s supporters spotted Jorginho on the ball, they could not resist booing the man who turned down Pep Guardiola. Yet they were pantomime jeers,...
Guardian - Sun Aug 5 8:14 PM
• Sarri hints he will allow move if Courtois requests it • ‘I only want players with very high levels of motivation‘ The Chelsea manager, Maurizio Sarri, has suggested he is open to allowing Thibaut Courtois to depart Stamford Bridge this week if the goalkeeper asks to leave. Courtois’s agent, Ch...
Guardian - Sun Aug 5 5:12 PM
Given that this is the shortest break between the World Cup final and English football’s traditional curtain raiser since 1966 – a mere three weeks – this should have felt unfeasibly early to be feeling remotely ready for the resumption of domestic tussles. It was, until Manchester City, defendin...
Guardian - Sun Aug 5 2:25 PM
All the latest from the 3pm BST kick-off at Wembley Jorginho first piece in the puzzle as Sarri risks friendship Email Daniel | or tweet @DanielHarris 2.25pm BST I just saw an ad for anti-perspirant Lynx; whatever happened to the simple body spray? What on earth is going on? I was Marine, now tha...