MM reporters have come together to produce Mancunian Natters, a sports podcast looking at the sport that gets the city talking.
Black LGBT people have a lack of visibility in mainstream society, but the LGBT Foundation is trying to bring them to the forefront with their Black History Month event, ‘Screening in Colour’.
Every year fireworks are lit across the city to celebrate Guy Fawkes’ failed plot to blow up Parliament and kill King James I.
Viv Anderson has hailed the world’s first black professional football as an ‘incredible’ inspiration, in the week that marked 150 years since his birth.
Prior to his much-praised tactical last season conversion, Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini was often bemoaned by fans for his unwavering dedication to what many saw as an archaic 4-4-2 system.
Social justice campaigners are stopping in Manchester on their UK wide tour to warn the nation about the perils of the forthcoming bilateral trade agreements between the US and Europe.
Louis van Gaal insists his Manchester United side always seek to entertain ahead of tomorrow’s Premier League clash against Crystal Palace.
Manchester Giants’ victory over London Lions on Thursday shows how Yorick Williams is starting to settle into what Olu Babalola calls the “hardest job in basketball.”
Bury manager David Flitcroft has suggested that working with Sam Allardyce helped Blackpool’s Neil McDonald improve results ahead of their clash on Saturday.
A week without training and injuries aplenty has made for a rough few weeks for Manchester Phoenix but things are looking up for Tony Hand’s side.
Neil Lennon is looking for his Bolton side to dominate their local rivals from the first whistle as he takes Wanderers to face Preston North End on Saturday evening.