An injury pile-up at Manchester City means manager Manuel Pellegrini will name an inexperienced side against Chelsea in the fifth round of the FA Cup.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has quashed fears over his team’s recent lack of goal-scoring efficacy.
Manuel Pellegrini is ready to turn his attention back to Premier League success after Saturday’s FA Cup victory away to Norwich.
Manuel Pellegrini believes his side showed great resilience in beating Swansea after their recent hectic run, with particular applause given to Yaya Toure.
Manuel Pellegrini praised the depth of Manchester City’s squad following their comfortable Capital One Cup victory over Hull City at the Etihad on Tuesday.
When, after three and a half years with the club, attacking midfielder Rony Lopes departed Manchester for pastures new on the south coast of France this August, there was a stifled exhalation betraying a slight sense of growing exasperation amongst Manchester City fans.
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.
Sergio Aguero’s injury over the international break will have come as a crushing blow to Manchester City, especially after his five goals last time out against Newcastle United.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has dispelled hopes that Sergio Agüero will be fit for the derby against bitter rivals Manchester United by confirming that the Argentine will be out for a month with a hamstring injury.
City’s Champions League match against Mönchengladbach was a perfect example of his lack of lethal finishing, as he regularly found himself in perfect positions, but failed to beat the Swiss Yann Sommer on numerous occasions.
Manchester Citywere top of the Premier League after an impressive start to the season, but find themselves in second to city neighbours United after last weekend’s defeat to Tottenham Hotspur.