Pep Guardiola's first season in charge of City can be earmarked as being a disaster, both in terms of transfers and results. However, all this is about to change in the Spaniard's second year.
Pep Guardiola visits Nou Camp for only the second time since he left Barcelona in 2012. Further embarrassment likely awaits, but how can City escape, and manage against the heavyweights?
This weekend brings with it the joy of club football. And what bigger stage than the Premier League? The top dogs go at it against each other in an unmissable gameweek.
Manchester City may have already wrapped up the Premier League title. It is often premature to think so after only six games—but Guardiola is not a man who gives up an early lead over his opponents.
Manchester City may well look impressive, but they still need to work in the defensive department--especially since it looked like cracking against mighty Bournemouth.
This weekend produced some of the most spectacular displays of football we've seen this year. Topped, of course, by City's win over United, and Barca's stunning loss to Alaves.
As European club football seasons come to an end, MLS is full on firing with eleven games this weekend.
Huddersfield beat Reading in penalties in a tense and, ultimately, stalemate affair in the annual playoff game at Wembley, that sees the side managed by former Klopp protégé David Wagner get promoted.
The EFL Championship title-winners and runners-up have been decided, but the last spot for promotion to the Premier League is being contended by Huddersfield and Reading after their playoff victories.
Although missing out on the playoffs will leave a sour taste on Leeds' supporters, there are greater positives to take from this season, and it could get better once Radrizzani's takeover is complete.
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