Manchester City has partnered with major technology company Sony to create a virtual world of their stadium. The club made
Is Phil Neville a good manager? Will England, or anyone, ever reach USA’s level? Are parent clubs from men’s football harming the women’s league?
These were just some of the topics up for discussion at the National Football Museum on Friday night as part of the annual Football Writer’s Festival.
Thanks to the extensive and detailed archives of incidents provided by a number of police constabularies up and down the country, MM has been able to explore just how ubiquitous racism has become within Greater Manchester’s stadia.
Back in August 2017, the internet went into meltdown as Taylor Swift wiped her social media slate clean. Eventually, after three long days of Blank Space, she posted a grainy, flickering video to Instagram of an ominous black snake.
The world of football management stood united today in appreciation after the news that Arsene Wenger is to step down as manager of Arsenal Football Club after 22 years at the helm.
Mancunian Matters speak to Manchester boxer Charlie Schofield to preview his next fight set for Saturday May 5 at the Victoria Warehouse.
Wigan Athletic v Man City preview: Contrasting fortunes for Greater Manchester duo since 2013 FA Cup final
Wigan Athletic beat Man City in the 2013 FA Cup Final, but both teams have gone their opposite ways since. MM looks at the journey of the two Greater Manchester clubs over the past four-and-a-half years ahead of Monday’s FA Cup fifth-round clash.
To mark its re-launch of the new FORZA website, Net World Sports ranked Premier League stadiums on a rating of entertainment between 2013-14 to last season with Manchester United’s Old Trafford left wanting at the bottom of the table.
Have you ever wanted to experience how it feels to walk out of the players’ tunnel and into the Etihad Stadium?
Pep Guardiola scooped up the Premier League manager of the month award after a September that saw his Manchester City side win all four games, scoring 17 goals in the process.
Between them Premier League table toppers Manchester City and Serie A pacesetters Napoli have scored a phenomenal 47 goals in a combined 14 league outings this season – 59 in all competitions.