Man City & Barclays Premier League
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One of the better games of the 14/15 Barclays Premier League season was played between these two teams. Let's hope we get more of this! Arsenal v Man City. Monday 2.45am AEDT. FOX SPORTS 505.
Shock defeats for leaders and title favourites Chelsea and Arsenal, Man City cranked up the pressure in the title race while Aston Villa held on for a rare victory as the Barclays Premier League dished up another sumptuous weekend of entertaining foo
Our Barclays Premier League fixture at home to Man City will now kick off at 5.30pm on Saturday 31 January 2015, live on Sky…
Frank Lampard of Man City applauds both sets of fans after the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester City and Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium on September 21 2014 in Manchester England Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images
El Cashico - Manchester City vs Chelsea As the Barclays Premier League champions, Manchester City prepare to host league leaders, Chelsea, this Sunday afternoon(16:00 BST or GMT+1) up at the Etihad, Manuel Pellegrini and Jose Mourinho have been previewing the football action in their respective pre-match press conferences. Whilst the City boss has confirmed that Chelsea legend Frank Lampard, who's currently on loan with the Citizens from New York City FC, will be part of his 18-man match day squad as well as injury concerns for Stevan Jovetic (hamstring), Fernando (groin) as well as Edin Dzeko(back, though expected to be fit by Sunday); the Chelsea gaffer has no such concerns to report as he confirmed that star striker and league top- scorer, Diego Costa will start. So the stage is set for what is this weekend's marquee fixture, a classical of sorts. With that in mind then, Vital Chelsea brings you a few stats - as supplied by Opta - to mull over. Referee: Mike Dean Head-to-head league record: Manchester ...
From our local columnist : THE PATH TO GLORY – PART I The air surrounding the upcoming Barclays Premier League isn’t the coolest of air to breathe, especially when one visualizes the strengths of the teams at the friendlies. It’s very rare here in Cameroon seeing a fan not supporting the Premiership trophy for his team (even if you know it is impossible for AFC Wimbledon, it is the Barclays, we all know anything can happen), but a common voice roving all around “Arsenal, Chelsea, Man City, Man Utd, Liverpool”. Who will it be? Who has that jet fuel to propel an almost invincible victory at such a peak period in the history of football? My views expressed here are not based on the fact that I have blue blood running in my arteries, but from consistent study and evaluation, examining all positives and odds. If you ask me even on the last day of the League with Chelsea at the bottom, I’ll still say, “The Blues gotta win it”. Why? The very imagination surrounding players, fans, members of the p ...
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Lescott agrees Baggies deal Former Everton and Man City defender reunites with Irvine ALBION have pulled off a major coup by beating a host of clubs to the signing of England international Joleon Lescott. The 31-year-old centre-half will officially join the Baggies on a Bosman transfer in July, after passing a Hawthorns medical and penning a two-year contract, plus a further performance-related year’s option. He arrives at the club as a free agent, having seen his five-year stay at Manchester City end with a second Barclays Premier League winners’ medal in three seasons. Lescott will meet his new team-mates for the first time when he reports for pre-season training on July 7. He becomes Alan Irvine’s first signing, less than a week after he was announced as the Baggies’ new Head Coach. And the Scot is delighted to be reunited with the defender, following their successful time together at Everton. “I’m delighted we’ve been able to agree a deal with Joleon,” said Irvine. “He’s an England ...
Around And About The Sports-field. Man City have won the Barclays Premier League. Here are some interesting Facts about them. Man City’s most successful run was in 1969 to 1970’s when they won the FA Cup (1969), European Cup Winners’ Cup (1970) and the League Cup (1970). In 1937-38, they managed to become the only club ever to be relegated with a positive goal difference (80-77). The oldest player to play in the Premiership was Manchester City goalkeeper John Burridge, who was 43 years, 4 months and 26 days when he came on as a half time substitute for Manchester City v Newcastle United on April 29, 1995.
Manchester City have won the Barclays Premier League title with a 2-0 defeat over West Ham United at home. There were goals either side of half-time from Samir Nasri and Vincent Kompany saw City capture the title with an easy victory. Man City fans stormed onto the pitch after the team's title-winning victory.
It's the final day of the Barclays Premier League! Will Man City or Liverpool be crowned Champions of England?
Well, it looks like Man City will be crowned as the Barclays Premier League Champions for the 2nd time in 3 seasons!!
Man City will be worthy champions, says manager Pellegrini: - Do you agree?
Man city Vs Aston Ville. If Man City lose tonight. Liverpool is the barclays Premier League Title This Season
LIVERPOOL vs Manchester City: All the latest team news and stats for the crunch battle in race for Premier League title Anfield (Sunday, 1.37pm) Big match stats: Liverpool have won all four home meetings with fellow members of the top seven so far this season, scoring 14 and conceding just once. Man City have only won one of their previous 16 Barclays Premier League matches at Anfield (D5 L10), with that win coming back in May 2003. This game sees the meeting between the two highest scoring sides in the Premier League this season – Liverpool (90) and Man City (84). Can City stop this man? Luis Suarez could fire Liverpool one step closer to the Premier League title Only three sides have scored more Premier League goals in a season than Liverpool have this term (90), including Man City in their title-winning campaign in 2011-12 (93). This game will see the two players with the most goals from dead ball situations in the Premier League this season (free kicks + penalties) – Steven Gerrard (12) and Yaya T ...
Barclays Premier League has only remained with 6 matches to go. The leading team LIVERPOOL has 71 points with 6 matches remaining. Arsenal comes 4th with 64 points with 6 unplayed games. If the fast three teams LIVERPOOL,CHELSEA AND MAN CITY looses their 2 games from their remaining 6 matches respectively and Arsenal wins the 2 matches, it will reduce the gap by a different of only 1 point. If the fast three teams draws one game each by any chance and Arsenal wins that match, it will be on top of the EPL TABLE with 73 points. Now we know very well Man City has two games at hand and lets assume nothin positive comes from the 2 games. It will mean Arsenal will still be on top and will never let it go for the remaining matches. Now, Arsenal can still win the trophy irregadles of how long we have longed for it. Do I have any ARSENAL fan out there to type RESPECT FOR FAR WE HAVE COME WITH PROF. Arsene Wenger? "MVUMILIVU HULA M BIVU" Welcome wote bila ubaguzi!
MOURINHO: BETTER FOR EVERYONE Posted on: Sat 15 Mar 2014 Jose Mourinho has questioned the scheduling of today's Barclays Premier League fixtures with Champions League action either side of this weekend in mind. The manager pinpointed not just our evening kick-off at Villa Park today,ahead of a Euro clash with Galatasaray on Tuesday,but also highlighted the games faced by Man City this week,who face Hull City in the weekend's early kick-off a little over 48hrs after returning from Barcelona. He believes more could be done in England to help those teams involved in continental competition,as many other Euro nations do. Galatasaray,for example,played last night ahead of our game on Tuesday&drew 0-0 at Karabukspor. 'I really don't understand why City,a team that comes from Europe on Wednesday,play today at 12.45pm,' said Mourinho. 'I'm speaking against myself here but I'm not trying to get it just for me; I'm trying to get it for all of us. 'There is something in this country that is outside my understanding. ...
Man City's £600m investment is paying off - bursting their bubble is Mourinho's biggest challenge since returning to Chelsea One of the most interesting figures in Manchester City's recent accounts showed that the club has spent more than £600million on incoming transfers since the Abu Dhabi takeover of 2008. Robinho, Emmanuel Adebayor, Carlos Tevez, Craig Bellamy, Sergio Aguero, David Silva, Yaya Toure. It is an astonishing list of talent. Tonight at the Etihad Stadium is the reason City have invested so extravagantly. A Barclays Premier League game against Chelsea and Jose Mourinho. Second plays third and City have the chance to go top. Is it a shootout for the title? Not quite but it feels like it. City will be without Aguero, who is injured. But their back-up is stellar quality. Alvaro Negredo – The Beast – and Edin Dzeko will threaten Chelsea's defence. As the graphic above from WhoScored.Com shows, City's strikers are streets ahead of their Chelsea counterparts. Silva – who could choose any ...
Friday 07 February 2014 Pellegrini and Johnson secure Barclays monthly awards January gongs go to the Manchester City manager and the Sunderland winger Manuel Pellegrini has claimed successive Barclays monthly awards Adam Johnson has won the Barclays Player of the Month for the first time Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini and Sunderland winger Adam Johnson have been rewarded for impressive performances at the start of the year by winning the Barclays monthly awards for January. Pellegrini has guided his side to four victories out of four Barclays Premier League matches and he becomes the first person to collect back-to-back Barclays Manager of the Month Awards since Chelsea's Carlo Ancelotti in 2011. Three of City's matches in January were away from home, against Swansea City, Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur while they beat Cardiff City at home. Man City continued their free-scoring form by netting 14 times in the process. Man City's 12 points enabled them to maintain their title challenge ...
Man City v Chelsea: We will try to win, says Mourinho Sun 2 Feb 2014 Get the latest team news and managers' views ahead of Monday night's top-of-the-table match Follow Monday night's crunch match in our new Carlsberg Live Match Centre, which will provide you with more comment and information in the build-up and provide commentary, in-running stats and photos as the match unfolds. Go to City host Chelsea on Monday in a clash between the Barclays Premier League's most potent attack and its meanest defence. A trip to the Etihad Stadium has become one of the most daunting prospects in English football, with City having won 17 of their 18 matches there in all competitions this season, scoring 72 goals in the process. Manuel Pellegrini's men have won all 11 of their Barclays Premier League fixtures on home soil this term, finding the net 42 times, and their scoring exploits continued on the road in midweek as they beat Tottenham Hotspur 5-1 at White Hart Lane. That result took City's total Barclays Premier Leag ...
Edin Dzeko and Alvaro Negredo scored as Manchester City moved to the top of the Barclays Premier League with a controversial 2-0 victory at Newcastle. The Bosnian striker set the visitors on their way to a 10th successive win over the Magpies with an early finish and Negredo struck in added time as City extended their unbeaten run in all competitions to 15 games. • Mooney: Tiote's disallowed goal costly for City too • Ryder: Tiote's 'goal' distracts from improved performance • Heneage: Three Things: Newcastle vs. Man City • City waiting on Samir Nasri injury • Pardew sorry after Tiote offside anger However, the home side were hugely aggrieved to see a 34th-minute Cheick Tiote equaliser ruled out by referee Mike Jones for offside. The Ivory Coast international blasted home from distance, but after speaking to assistant Stephen Child, Jones ruled out the goal - to the fury of Newcastle boss Alan Pardew, who later became involved in an angry touchline spat with opposite number Manuel Pellegrini. Ne ...
A review of Sunday's action in the Barclays Premier League, including shock defeats for Man City and Tottenham. Robin Van Persie downed old club Arsenal to blast Manchester United back into the Premier League title race with a 1-0 victory at Old Trafford as David Moyes enjoyed his biggest win as Red Devils manager. Van Persie rose unchallenged to guide home Wayne Rooney's 27th-minute corner to spark scenes of jubilation at Old Trafford and silence the taunts of the visiting fans. On another amazing weekend, in which Chelsea's home draw on Saturday was followed within 24 hours by shock defeats for Tottenham and Manchester City, United have now closed to within five points of Arsenal, who suffered their first league defeat since the opening day of the season. Indeed, six points now separate the first eight in the table, with Liverpool and Southampton now Arsenal's closest pursuers.
vs Villa have gone six hours and 15 minutes without scoring a goal in the Barclays Premier League. Cardiff have only conceded eight goals in five away games, the same amount as Man Utd (8) and fewer than Man City (9). The only recent meeting between Aston Villa and Cardiff came in the League Cup in September 2009. Villa scored the only goal after three minutes through Gabriel Agbonlahor. There have been only four goals in Aston Villa last four Premier League games. Paul Lambert and Aston Villa have made only 22 substitutions this season, fewer than any other side. Villa have hit a higher proportion of long passes than any other side this season (16%). Villa have had fewer touches in the opposition box than any other Premier League side this season (135). Cardiff have conceded fewer fouls than any other top-flight team this season (87) Villa have opened the scoring in a league-low one game this season. But the Villans have claimed six points from games where they conceded first, a total only Manchester Un ...
1. Which of these games in the Barclays Premier League has seen more yellow cards this season? A: Man Utd v Chelsea B: Tottenham v Arsenal C: Man City v Everton D: Stoke City v Liverpool 2. When was the last time West Ham scored 3 or more goals in a Barclays Premier League game at White Hart Lane before their last game? A: 1990 B: 1994 C: 2000 D: 1992 3. How many games have seen Jack Wilshere not score a single goal before yesterday Barclays Premiership game? A: 25 B: 65 C: 45 D: 54
Man City manager Manuel Pellegrini vows to bring the Barclays Premier League trophy back to the Etihad.
Friday 05 July 2013 Summer transfer window: Ins and outs All the latest transfer activity ahead of the 2013/14 Barclays Premier League season Germany international Andre Schurrle was Jose Mourinho's first Chelsea signing The lure of playing for Michael Laudrup drew Liverpool's Jonjo Shelvey to Swansea Nathan Redmond left Birmingham City to play for former manager Chris Hughton at Norwich West Brom have become Nicolas Anelka's sixth Barclays Premier League club Jordi Amat became the second Spaniard to join Swansea this summer Celta Vigo striker Iago Aspas arrived at Anfield two days after compatriot Luis Alberto Kolo Toure will wear the No 4 shirt after joining Liverpool from Manchester City Spaniard Luis Alberto is welcomed by Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre Andy Carroll, on loan from Liverpool last season, signed a six-year deal with West Ham Croatia defender Dejan Lovren has signed a four-year deal with Southampton Spain winger Jesus Navas has joined Man City from Sevilla Former Dnipro midfielder D ...
HARD TACKLE Chelsea have been left reeling in the battle to sign Edinson Cavani after Paris St Germain lodged an improved near-£50million bid for the Napoli striker. PSG coach Laurent Blanc has followed up his initial £43million approach by offering £49.3m for the in-demand Uruguay frontman. Chelsea and Man City will now have to smash the British transfer record, which is currently the £50m Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich paid Liverpool for Fernando Torres, if they want to sign the prolific striker. It is a statement of intent from the big-spending French side that looks like eliminating Chelsea from the race and ensuring Cavani begins next season in French football, rather than the Barclays Premier League. QUESTION Do you still see Chelsea winning the transfer battle to sign Cavani?
KICK-OFF Referee Martin Atkinson gets Reading v Man City under way at the Madejski Stadium in the Barclays Premier League.
CAHILL: HEALTHY SITUATION Gary Cahill says there is a confidence in the camp ahead of Thursday night's Europa League 2nd leg with Sparta Prague at Stamford Bridge. We take a 1-goal advantage,&an away goal,into tomorrow night's game against the Czech side,&will be strong favourites to progress into the last 16,but Cahill is taking nothing for granted against a side that caused us a few problems last week. 'You've got to take teams seriously, they're a quality outfit&made it tough for us away from home,' Cahill said. 'We're playing at Stamford Bridge&are always confident but we won't take it lightly,they made it difficult for long periods of that game. In Europe,our home form,we're unbeaten in quite a few games&hopefully it can continue. 'When we play at Stamford Bridge we should always be confident,it's not a place many teams want to come&play.' The game comes just 3days before we visit champions Man City in the Barclays Premier League,&the defender is hopeful that a positive result will see us take moment ...
about the yesterday game. Manchester City’s hopes of retaining their Barclays Premier League crown suffered a major setback as Roberto Mancini’s side were beaten 3-1 at Southampton. The Saints, who raced into a two-goal lead with goals inside the first 22 minutes from Jason Puncheon and Steven Davis, sealed their first victory under manager Mauricio Pochettino after Gareth Barry’s 48th-minute own goal restored the hosts' two-goal cushion, which had been halved by Edin Dzeko’s strike late on in the first half. The defeat leaves Man City nine points behind Manchester United, who will stretch their lead to 12 points if they beat Everton at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon. Chelsea regained third place in the Barclays Premier League with a 4-1 victory over Wigan Athletic. Tottenham Hotspur’s 2-1 win over Newcastle United earlier in the day had taken them above their West London rivals, but Rafael Benitez’s side returned to third thanks to goals from Ramires, Eden Hazard, Frank Lampard and Marko Ma ...
Premier League Weekend Team News _ A round-up of team news ahead of this weekend's Premier League games. Liverpool vs Norwich - Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is pushing for his first Barclays Premier League start after two goals in as many games since his £12million transfer. Defender Jose Enrique is still not fully fit after a hamstring problem, so Glen Johnson will continue to deputise at left-back. Jordan Henderson could challenge for Joe Allen's place in midfield. Norwich midfielder Jonny Howson has recovered from the illness which kept him out of the Newcastle game last weekend. Andrew Surman returns to the squad after recovering from a knee injury and Grant Holt (hamstring) has been declared fully fit by manager Chris Hughton after coming on as a substitute against Newcastle. Defender Steven Whittaker (hip) and striker Steve Morison (knee) are still recovering but could return in 10 days. Man City vs Fulham - Forwards Sergio Aguero (hamstring) and Samir Nasri (suspension) are available again f ...
Man City stay in touch after seeing off Arsenal Manchester City closed back up on Barclays Premier League leaders Manchester United with a 2-0 win at Arsenal – where both sides finished with 10 men. After United’s 2-1 win over Liverpool earlier in the day, the pressure was on Roberto Mancini’s men to deliver or potentially fall out of the title race. Referee Mike Dean sent off Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny for wrestling Edin Dzeko to the floor, and although the Bosnian’s penalty was saved, via the post, City – who last won in the league at Arsenal in 1975 – took command with first-half goals from James Milner and then a tap-in for Dzeko. The Gunners, who lost more ground on the top four, regrouped after the break, but were not able to find a way back into the game, even when City captain Vincent Kompany was sent off with 15 minutes left for a two-footed tackle on Jack Wilshere. The game burst into life in the ninth minute, when Koscielny grappled Dzeko to the floor in the six-yard box, le ...
Interesting!! Sunderland fan James Hunt provides the opposition view of Wednesday's game at Anfield. Most Recent News Lucas: Fear factor will be crucial 'Pace can hurt our defenders' Agger: Our resolution for 2013 Follow LFC v Sunderland Sahin advocates winter break How's your season going? Awfully, wonderfully, average. That is to say, a bit of all three. It started okay, with draws against Arsenal and yourselves. But then we kept drawing, and started losing, and did no winning. Come the end of November things were looking pretty bleak indeed, with a win over Fulham the only real highlight. Now, however, we seem to have turned a corner: beating Reading and Southampton convincingly, then crowning it all with the Boxing Day victory over Man City (a 1-0 victory over them at the SoL now comes as standard). So, going back to the opening sentence, it has been awful, wonderful, and thus, ultimately, average. Anyone at Sunderland need to make any New Year's resolutions? Lee Cattermole to stop getting injured/sus ...
CHELSEA SET TO LAUNCH AUDACIOUS GRAB FOR Luis Suarez! Chelsea are prepared to pull off a major coup by luring Luis Suarez to Stamford Bridge.Suarez,who could leave Anfield for £40m at the end of the season,is being targeted by Chelsea and Man City. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is desperate to hold onto his main talisman,who has been in excellent form this season. Rodgers admits Suarez can 'rub people up the wrong way',but says he is a fantastic player. And with the Blues failing to get the best out of Fernando Torres,Suarez could rejuvenate the front line. He has been Liverpool's saving grace this season,and without his goals,the Reds would find themselves closer to the foot of the Barclays Premier League table. The Uruguayan has been a totemic figure since his £22.8m move from Ajax in January 2011. -Alex
Newcastle striker Demba Ba could return to fitness in time for Sunday's Barclays Premier League match against Liverpool at Anfield.
As a top-class FIFA and Barclays Premier League referee, Mark Clattenburg is no stranger to controversy. He is one of the new breed of celebrity officials, happy to be the centre of attention.
In the footy world, what can you do with money? You can sign new players, extend contracts, and so on. Everyone does that. But then there's Man City. It all started when Mark Hughes left, and Sheikh Mansour came. They won the FA Cup, and reached the Champions League. The last time they won a cup was... umm... and the last time they finished 2nd was NEVER. Never. So it deserved a celebration. Then out goes wright-phillips. And out goes some other good loyal and young city players. In comes the first signing; Kun Aguero, 35 million. After that, comes the problems with Arsenal. Three clubs battled it out for young star Samir Nasri. Chelsea, United, and City. Chelsea gave up on him in the middle, so it was United and City. The young Arsenal maestro was about to join United,until City’s monster bid took over. IT was all over. Samir Nasri, number 19, City winger. Then came Clichy. So footy came again, in the community shield, FA Cup winners vs. Barclays Premier League winners. City vs United. Lescott opened t ...
Live match commentary from Man City v Swansea Barclays Premier League match at Etihad Stadium with Sky Sports
Busy day of action cross channel this afternoon in the Barclays Premier League, FIXTURES for today are as follows. Aston Villa vs. Norwich (12:45), Arsenal vs. QPR, Reading vs. Fulham, Stoke vs. Sunderland, Wigan vs. West Ham, Man. City vs. Swansea (17:30), all games kick - off at 3:00pm unless stated
Edin Dzeko has been branded a super sub after he scored twice in Man City's game this weekend. Who's your favourite super sub from the last 20 years of the Barclays Premier League.
What a sunny Saturday sadly i'm stuck in bed with this tickly throat ! Any how another weekend of the Barclays Premier League will cheer me up as Man City take on Sunderland Live on Sky Sports 2 in 5 minutes.
Juventus are convinced they will see off competition from a host of Barclays Premier League clubs and win the race to sign Athletic Bilbao striker Fernando Llorente in the January transfer window.
Follow Sportsmail's coverage of the Barclays Premier League as Man City travel to Fulham, Liverpool go to Norwich and Reading host Newcastle. Everton are at home against Southampton while Stoke face Swansea and Sunderland play Wigan.
Watch the September 28th Barclays Premier League news bulletin for the latest updates on John Terry's FA ban, Jermaine Jenas' month-long emergency loan while Micah Richards is close to a Man City return after injury.
Even if Real Madrid accepts the offer from Man City for Cristiano Ronaldo, he'll not accept personal terms . Some sources include that Ronaldo had promised that during Fergie reign, he won't come to any Barclays Premier League team except Man Utd.
The Barclays Premier League recently cleared Michael Owen's registration for Stoke, and the striker will be hoping to make his Potters debut against Man City next weekend. Looking at Stoke's current forwards, it's clear that Tony Pulis normally favours big strikers, so how do you think diminutive poacher Owen will fit into the team?
Reading boss Brian McDermott revealed he and Anton Zingarevich want to make the club the Barclays Premier League's next Stoke ahead of their top-flight return on Saturday.
Highlights of the Barclays Premier League match between Man City and Southampton from Etihad Stadium.
Manchester City's Euro 2012 stars were given a testing return to club action as Oldham beat the Barclays Premier League champions 2-1 at Boundary Park on Tuesday.
Barclays Premier League champions Man City will take on FA Cup winners Chelsea at Villa Park on August 12th:
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany lifts the Barclays Premier League trophy. Man City's name goes on the trophy for the first time
Congrats to Man City for their Barclays Premier League crown, Roger Federer for his record 20th masters 1000 titles and Pastor Maldonado for his maiden F1 Grand Prix win
Today, the Blues frm Manchester(Man City) made history by lifting the Barclays Premier League after 44yrs! at the expense of their neighbours Man U. We felicitate with them in this great feat of thiers. To Man U fans, pls take heart. Now, it is the turn of Chelsea to go n make us proud too in Munich on Saturday 19th, by lifting the most coveted Uefa Champions League trophy for the 1st time... The colour is still Blue. It's Blue all the way in 2012! To God b the Glory
Ohh ... Breath taking last 3 mnts . Aguero ... what a strike ... Diego Maradona will b proud of his son in law . this is not all about the money power ... this is a 44yrs waiting . Blue Moon rises ... and Red Devils r going to *** . Noisy neighour .. won the title ... and Roberto Mancini own the mind game against Firgi ... Manchester City won the title of Barclays Premier League . Man City 3 - 2 QPR
Man City and Man Utd captains Vincent Kompany and Patrice Evra focus on Barclays Premier League final day:
Man City skipper Vincent Kompany named Barclays Premier League Player of the Year and Newcastle United's Alan Pardew wins Manager of the Year award.
Mark Hughes is in line for a £1m bonus if he keeps QPR in the Barclays Premier League on Sunday with a result that could also stop his former club Man City winning the title.
Man City players can make £250,000 EACH for 90mins of work Manchester City players are on huge cash bonuses to win the title. The Daily Star says each Manchester City star has been promised a whopping £250,000 end-of-season bonus… but on one condition – they lift the Barclays Premier League title. Sheikh Mansour is prepared to lose £4.5million in bonuses if City beat Queens Park Rangers at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday. My take So much to play for, reason I dnt c Qpr doing the unthinkable on Sunday
Losing Premier League crown to Man City on goal difference would be agony, says Young Monday, 07 May 2012 13:08 | Written by skysports.com Ashley Young fears Manchester United's season will end in agony because their failure to score enough goals will allow rivals City to pip them to the title. Roberto Mancini's side are on course to land their first championship since 1968 after Yaya Toure's brace earned an impressive 2-0 win at St James' Park. And although United beat Swansea 2-0 at Old Trafford they need a miracle - a QPR win or draw at the Etihad Stadium - to retain the Barclays Premier League crown. Young is remaining positive, but understands just how tight the margin of defeat will be if United conceded their title. He told MUTV: 'It's disappointing we didn't score more goals as it looked like we could've done but we've still got to have faith QPR can do us a favour. 'It comes down to the last day now and of course it will be disappointing, especially if it goes down to goal difference, and we lose ...
Manchester City moved a step closer to winning their first Barclays Premier League title after Yaya Toure's brace earned them victory over Newcastle United at the Sports Direct Arena.
Full-Time at the Sports Direct Arena. Newcastle 0-2 Man City. Toure 70', 89'. Man Utd MUST beat Swansea at Old Trafford to keep the title race alive. A win against QPR for Man City will win the Barclays Premier League. LPM
The biggest and most eagerly-anticipated match in Barclays Premier League is to take place tonight @ Etihad Stadium...Man U vs Man City. United we stand 4 life.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is convinced their derby match at Manchester City next week will decide the championship. The top two in the Barclays Premier League will meet at the Etihad Stadium, with United just three points ahead of their rivals after they were held to a 4-4 draw aga...
Referee Martin Atkinson shows Mario Balotelli of Man City a red card during the Barclays Premier League match between Arsenal and Manchester City at Emirates Stadium on April 8, 2012 in London, England.
What a happy and excitement weekend especially the Barclays Premier League Matches and Results that shown. But we only focused to the Sunday's Matches and its the top flight for 20th Champion, Leaders Manutd welcome the one from the four team battle for relegation zone, QPR to Old Trafford while the looking to stay for 3rd place spot, Arsenal entertaining at Emirates Stadium against the title contender, Man City. the results yesterday shown United with 2-0 won which goals from each Rooney (pen) and long range shot, Paul Scholes had brought United to clinch the BPL Trophy while Arsenal bounce back from their last week defeat at QPR with stunning well long range strike, Arteta as The Gunners beat Man City 1-0 to regain their third place. This had change in Table where The Red Devils goes 8 points clear at top over second place and defeated, Man City. Arsenal on third and Tottenham were in forth. So, well done to Manutd and also especially for Arsenal.
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