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Author: Tom Brunt
Gabriel Jesus’ arrival reportedly posed a threat to Sergio Aguero’s Manchester City role, but the two have since formed a good partnership
Gabriel Jesus is enjoying his growing partnership with Sergio Aguero whom he terms as “amazing”. The 20-year-old Brazilian claims that the duo’s off-field relationship helps their compatibility on the field. Gabriel joined Manchester City in January and quickly established himself in the side and many people saw his form to be quite a threat to Aguero. Aguero started to find himself excluded from the squad a bit more, as Jesus went on to score three goals in his initial three Premier League appearances, giving the Argentina International some stiff competition. In February, Jesus suffered a broken metatarsal which disrupted...Read More
City are said to have an interest in signing Lyon defender, 6ft 3in tall Mouctar Diakhaby. According to The Sun, the club’s director of football Txiki Begiristain accompanied by assistant coach Mikel Arteta travelled to watch the France under-21 star in performance on Thursday 19th October. Pep Guardiola at the moment has Vincent Kompany missing in action as the skipper continues to battle with injury issues. And it appears that Man City could be at the moment set to turn to Diakhaby as a long term replacement. Would you like him at...Read More
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend has disclosed that he takes inspiration by looking to Manchester City Manager Pep Guardiola’s tactics. Townsend took over from his predecessor Vern Cotter as Scotland chief in May and will be overseeing Tests against Australia, New Zealand and Samoa next month. Before the 44-year-old took the Scotland job, he reportedly enjoyed a successful stint managing Glasgow Warriors, clinching the PRO12 title in 2015. He has spoken about his intention to adopt Guardiola’s coaching style in moulding his Scotland side, specially focusing on exciting attacking play and rapid recovery of possession in the defence. “My...Read More
Raheem Sterling came to the rescue last night as City pulled a goal back to draw against Everton with our old Enemy Rooney putting them ahead in the first half. Sterlings volley got us a well-deserved point following Kyle walkers dismissal after 2 quick harsh bookings. Peps team showed great character to peg back the game and in the last 20 minutes looked like they could snatch it. Substitutes Sterling and Bernardo Silva looked impressive. For me, it was no surprise Rooney scored and his 200th league goal at that against us. It was almost written. ‘Next question’ Pep...Read More
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