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  1. Manchester City adds Fernando, still tinkering

    David Mooney

    Manchester City

    Blog | June 26, 2014
  2. Nastasic facing crucial campaign

    David Mooney

    Man City

    Blog | June 03, 2014
  3. Boring is as Pellegrini does

    David Mooney

    Manuel Pellegrini is a very boring man. There's just no getting away from it; even in a week when he completed a domestic double -- only the second ever in Manchester City's history -- he's barely been noticed. He's a man who courts no controversy, g...

    Blog | May 12, 2014
  4. Manuel Pellegrini was masterful for City this year

    David Mooney

    Manuel Pellegrini is a very boring man. There's just no getting away from it; even in a week when he completed a domestic double -- only the second ever in Manchester City's history -- he's barely been noticed. He's a man who courts no controversy, g...

    Blog | May 12, 2014
  5. Pellegrini calm dispels City nerves

    David Mooney

    On Sunday, Manchester City could become the champions of the Premier League that have spent the shortest amount of time on top of the table throughout the season. Over the course of 2013-14, the Blues will have spent 15 days in first position, but, c...

    Blog | May 08, 2014
  6. Hart plays hero for City in crucial win at Everton

    David Mooney

    And breathe. My word, that was uncomfortable viewing. Manchester City's trips to Goodison Park are very rarely comfortable viewing, anyway, unless you're of an Evertonian persuasion, and, for that reason, any visiting fan from Saturday evening wou...

    Blog | May 03, 2014
  7. The joy of early goals for Man City

    David Mooney

    Racing out of the blocks and taking the opposition by storm; putting defenders under pressure; forcing errors in the opening stages to give themselves a real commanding position as early as possible in the game. If you can knock the stuffing out of y...

    Blog | April 29, 2014
  8. City and Palace have colourful Allison in common

    David Mooney

    There's plenty of history between Manchester City and Crystal Palace, even if the two clubs have met fewer than 50 times in competition. When it comes down to games between the two, there have been few "important" matches; there have been no cup fina...

    Blog | April 25, 2014
  9. Goal tally still gives City mathematical shot at Prem

    David Mooney

    If there's any set of fans in the country that will tell you goal difference is important, then it has to be those who head to the Etihad Stadium every other week. The Manchester derby in October 2011, is very fondly remembered by Manchester City fan...

    Blog | April 21, 2014
  10. Pressure off as City strive to fight back in title battle

    David Mooney

    Manchester City hosting a relegation-threatened side at the Etihad and looking to bounce back after a result that may have had serious consequences in the title race -- there's a sense of deja vu ahead of Monday's fixture against West Brom, wouldn't ...

    Blog | April 19, 2014
  11. City doing a good job of losing the league

    David Mooney

    It's the type of week that happens all too often on your average Football Manager season; a tough fixture followed by a potential banana-skin tie the following mid-week, all as part of a tight title run in -- and an error from a usually reliable play...

    Blog | April 16, 2014
  12. Echoes of City's title-winning season? Not quite.

    David Mooney

    The dust has settled on a largely disappointing trip to Anfield for Manuel Pellegrini and his Manchester City side, and in the cold light of day, things aren't looking as rosy as many Blues fans would have hoped this time last week. The possibility r...

    Blog | April 14, 2014
  13. Echoes of City's title-winning season? Not quite.

    David Mooney

    The dust has settled on a largely disappointing trip to Anfield for Manuel Pellegrini and his Manchester City side, and in the cold light of day, things aren't looking as rosy as many Blues fans would have hoped this time last week. The possibility r...

    Blog | April 13, 2014
  14. Defence closing deals for high-scoring Man City

    David Mooney

    When Roberto Mancini replaced Mark Hughes as Manchester City manager in December 2009, one of the biggest influences he had on the team was to immediately secure the defence. Hughes took charge of 17 Premier League fixtures that season and the team m...

    Blog | April 09, 2014
  15. Lady luck smiling on City

    David Mooney

    The narrative is an easy one and one that will probably be seen across your social media pages in the next few days. On Saturday lunchtime, when Manchester City beat Southampton at the Etihad Stadium 4-1, the Blues were lucky. The penalty they scored...

    Blog | April 05, 2014
  16. Nerves grow as the finish line approaches

    David Mooney

    There's something about Manchester City fans that (and believe me that I say this in the nicest possible way) is delightfully different to supporters of other football clubs out there. Perhaps it's years of cynicism that has done the damage, but ...

    Blog | March 31, 2014