The Premier League will still have plenty to keep us interested - it may even benefit by becoming less predictable and more competitive
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by: Jim White; James Ducker — The Telegraph 18 Apr
Plus, Kevin De Bruyne a doubt for Carabao Cup final and Champions League semi-final
... in limits of Manchester City rotation policy Plus, Kevin De Bruyne a doubt for Carabao Cup final and Cham ...
by: Oliver Brown — The Telegraph 17 Apr
With Gareth Southgate in the stands, Sterling's recent struggles were on show again at Wembley as he went missing against Chelsea
... opposite number in the Bundesliga, takes lightly. Already, he has picked out Chelsea as potentially his team’s greatest rivals as they strive to sustain their do ...
... aheem Sterling falls short for Man City as he fails to heed Pep Guardiola's words With Gareth Southgate in the stand ...
by: Mike McGrath — The Telegraph 16 Apr
Man City manager says forward can learn from sportsmen like Michael Jordan and not talk so much, but instead focus on improving himself
... aheem Sterling must behave like the greats — Pep Guardiola lays down the law Man City manager says forward can learn from sportsmen like Michael Jordan and not ta ...
by: Jamie Carragher — The Telegraph 16 Apr
Ferguson once said: 'They could buy every player in the world, but can they buy a team, can they buy a Man United spirit?' The answer is yes
Tweet or no tweet, Phil Foden has perfect stage to prove he belongs in same elite tier as Kylian Mbappe
by: Luke Edwards — The Telegraph 15 Apr
A social media post, later deleted, from Foden's account asked the Frenchman if they were ready for battle ahead of the semi-final
Manchester City hoping to avoid Champions League self-destruction in second leg with Borussia Dortmund
by: James Ducker — The Telegraph 14 Apr
For a team synonymous with calmness and control, it has been rather curious to see Manchester City unravel so quickly in testing moments in Champions League knockout-stage matches in recent years.
by: James Ducker — The Telegraph 11 Apr
Faltering form of England winger only adds to Pep Guardiola's need to find guaranteed goals this summer, as illustrated in defeat to Leeds
by: JJ Bull — The Telegraph 10 Apr
This is how the teams look this afternoon:
Kevin De Bruyne signs £63m Manchester City deal - but Raheem Sterling talks on hold until the summer
by: Mike McGrath; Tom Morgan — The Telegraph 7 Apr
Plus: Analysis of what De Bruyne's deal means for City and which players are next in line to get a contract extension
by: Mike McGrath — The Telegraph 7 Apr
Fanatical Liverpool fan Richard Green, the agent who died of Covid-19 last week, is mourned by those whose lives he influenced in the game
by: Thom Gibbs — The Telegraph 7 Apr
Octavian Sovre asked Borussia Dortmund striker to sign his yellow card after defeat by Manchester City, prompting plenty of fury
by: Jim White — The Telegraph 6 Apr
Haaland would thrive in a Pep Guardiola side - his performance against City proved it
by: Uche Amako — The Telegraph 6 Apr
Hello and welcome to coverage of the mouth-watering clash between Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund from the Etihad.
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