After another trophyless season at the Emirates, this summer and the 2011/12 campaign will define Arsene Wenger’s tenure at the club writes Ciaran Kelly.
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Manchester City have just enjoyed their best ever Premier League season, and Jack Sumner believes that they are now the real deal.
Headlines are never far away from Mario Balotelli, and Andrew McCarten looks at the similarities between himself and another temperamental Italian.
It’s Manchester Derby time again and Neil Sherwin is here to preview the much anticipated clash at Old Trafford.
Pint sized Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips has dropped significantly down the pecking order at the City of Manchester Stadium, and he may exit the club on loan at the very least during the transfer window.
Following the big money signing of Edin Dzeko, Manchester City have begun to ship out some of their plethora of attacking options, and Emmanuel Adebayor may be next to go.
Following last night’s draw at The Emirates, Neil Sherwin looks at Manchester City, ‘anti-football’ and the changes Roberto Mancini has brought to the team.
Manchester City look set to swoop for another big name in the shape of Edin Dzeko, and Markus Jensen asks whether the ‘noisy neighbours’ are knocking loudly on the door of the title contenders.
The Carlos Tevez saga is in full swing with the Argentine set to leave Eastlands, and Eliot Prince takes a look at his chequered past, present and future.
In his first article for Back Page Football, Dominic Pollard discusses the player feuds and public clashes that have been emitting out of Manchester City in recent weeks.