Manchester City’s fortunes have turned around dramatically since a takeover in late summer 2008 by the Abu Dhabi United Group, whose owner Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan is the deputy Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and a member of the country’s royal family. In light of the Matthew Hedges espionage saga, MM look at other moral quandaries in football.
The Manchester chapter of Amnesty International (AI) celebrated the birthdays of two human rights activists being detained in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Deluge after deluge in rainy England meant families went in search of sun in August – helping Manchester Airport record its busiest summer.
We’ve barely clipped our wristbands and found our way to the VIP stands before we are greeted into Lancashire County Cricket Club by Dave Grohl titillating a sea of 50,000 adoring faces.
The ‘Find a Flag’ competition takes place in the city tomorrow, from 9am-9pm, and hopefuls must upload a ‘flag selfie’, to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, using #EmiratesFlag after former England and Sale Sharks player Mark Cueto has hidden it.
Manchester United have been playing some cowardly, lazy football
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