Raheem Sterling is this season’s leading light in the Premier League – according to Manchester City hero Paul Dickov.
Manchester City have officially unveiled City Circle, a unique project celebrating Sky Blues fans’ memories located at the Etihad Campus.
Interim player-manager David Dunn is feeling the excitement ahead of his first game in management, and will be looking for a positive response from his players as they travel to Doncaster Rovers tomorrow.
Having been marooned in the third tier of English football since the late 1990s, you would be forgiven for thinking that this weekend has been amongst the most eventful in Oldham Athletic’s recent history.
Rochdale manager Keith Hill was frustrated by his side’s poor first-half performance and has encouraged his charges to fully commit to his game plan for the last five matches of the campaign as they seek a playoffs place.
With Rochdale still in contention for the final League One playoff position, Keith Hill believes his players can focus on enjoying their football given they have a game in hand.
Late goals from Reuben Noble-Lazarus and Olly Lancashire helped Dale come from a goal down to snatch victory in their first-round replay at Spotland Stadium.
Rochdale’s five-game unbeaten run was ended thanks to Michael Brown’s second-half strike, pushing Keith Hill’s team out of the League One play-off places and down to eighth.
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On this date 15 years ago the Blues were facing the prospect of a second season in the third tier of English football as they trailed 2-0 in stoppage time of the Division Two Play-off final against Gillingham at Wembley.
With former City hero Uwe Rosler returning to his old club this weekend, MM look at four other 90s cult heroes