After Liverpool blew Manchester City out of the water last year to win the Premier League, the two clubs have
The MM sport team are back with this week’s episode and it’s quite fiesty one! A robust discussion breaks out
With the Champions League and relegation spots also to be decided, there is plenty to look forward to. Here is your guide to the big Premier League return.
Want to live a long, healthy and wealthy life in the NW? Find out where you should live (and places to avoid)
MM look into graphs which illustrate the connection between affluence (via house prices) and life expectancy, for both males and females. You will be able to see that, on average, women outlive men – which has been the trend, since the 1880s.
It’s no secret who the best two sides in the country are. A massive hint being the 34 mile trip across the M62 to play each other reflects the local veracity when Man City and Liverpool come head to head.
The Premier League has been blessed with rivalries through the decades whether it was the two Manchester clubs being split on the final day by that Aguero goal or the continuous title charges from Liverpool to knock Manchester United off their perch.
Since the arrival of Pep Guardiola at Manchester City following Jurgen Klopp’s appointment at Liverpool all the attention has been on this clash of the titans.
But is this a flash in the pan or the dawn of a new era of total possession colliding with gegenpressing in epic contests for years to come.
City performances have slipped from the standard they’ve set the last two seasons which has accumulated 198 points and two Premier Leagues titles as they sit second in the league, 25 points in the league.
Using City Xtra matchday player ratings has led to a lot of low matchday average scores amongst Pep Guardiola’s squad as well as some surprisingly consistent performers.
With the ensuing Coronavirus Crisis, many families in the North West have required the assistance of Food Banks in order to ensure they have been able to eat.
If you’re living under a rock, or perhaps like Jared Leto you were on a silent retreat, you may have missed that the world is in a pandemic.
If you didn’t know already, football – and sport in general – is cancelled for the foreseeable future. It’s not quite clear when the situation will be resolved, nor if we will play out the remainder of the season.
Interview: Clive Tyldesley talks to MM about his Bury roots, Barcelona 1999 and the ‘Miracle of Istanbul’
As Britain settles in for an unprecedented three-week period of self-isolation and social distancing, one can imagine the voice of Clive Tyldesley will, once again, become a mainstay in the lives of many.
Debate: Are Guardiola’s Man City drinking at the last chance saloon or is Madrid Champions League victory a sign of things to come?
Pep Guardiola knows this run in the UEFA Champions League could be last chance saloon for his excellent Manchester City side.