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Can anyone end Manchester City's record winning streak?

The construction of Manchester City into a football superpower has taken a little short of a decade. The Abu Dhabi takeover in 2008 endowed the club with the funds to sign some of the game’s most attractive talent. But it wasn’t until the arrival of Pep Guardiola that City turned into a team that could entertain the masses, teach a ...

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Bailly's 'serious' ankle injury may require surgery, says Mourinho

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho expressed fears that Eric Bailly may need surgery to repair a “serious” ankle injury. Bailly has missed United’s past eight matches across all competitions while undergoing “conservative” treatment. But Mourinho seemed to suggest after Wednesday’s 1-0 win over Bournemouth that Bailly could face an even longer spell on the sidelines. “I think it’s serious. We ...

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Mourinho denies title race is decided: 'If it is over now, I go on holiday'

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho doesn’t believe the Premier League title race has been decided, despite rival Manchester City extending its winning streak to 15 matches Wednesday, telling reporters he ought to be on holidays abroad if the season was truly done and dusted. The Red Devils defeated Bournemouth 1-0 on Wednesday to keep pace with Pep Guardiola’s men, but ...

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Manchester City sets English top-flight record for consecutive wins

FA gives United, City more time to explain derby altercation FA gives United, City more time to explain derby altercation epl 4h ago EPL | theScore

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Drogba: Salah used to text me for scoring advice

Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba revealed that Liverpool‘s free-scoring winger, Mohamed Salah, used to text him for advice on how to find the back of the net, and heaped praise on the Egypt international for finding the answer to that question this season. Salah, who once played alongside Drogba at Chelsea, has been in blistering form for Jurgen Klopp’s side ...

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Moyes: West Ham to target Arsenal's Wilshere in January

by Gordon Brunt 14m ago Catherine Ivill / Getty Images Sport / Getty Arsenal can expect a call from West Ham in January regarding the availability of Jack Wilshere. The English midfielder has struggled to break into Arsene Wenger’s team this term, with the Arsenal manager preferring to include Wilshere – who spent last season on loan with Bournemouth – ...

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Guardiola warns of 'real trouble' if City doesn't add defenders in January

Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City needs to add another defender or two in the January transfer window, warning that his ranks are quite thin at the back due to injuries. Manchester City currently sits first in the Premier League having gone without a loss over 16 matches, but faces a busy schedule at the turn of the year, playing a ...

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Ibrahimovic: Guardiola 'the most immature' coach I've had

Zlatan Ibrahimovic added a new wrinkle to his troubled relationship with Pep Guardiola by describing the Manchester City manager as one of the most “immature” coaches he’s played for throughout his career. The Manchester United forward worked with Guardiola for two years at Barcelona before their relationship began to crumble. Ibrahimovic claims that things between the two took a turn ...

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Klopp defends rotation policy: 'We cannot ignore the number of games'

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp vowed to continue rotating his players during a hectic December – even if he loses some popularity along the way. Klopp’s decision to rest in-form players Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho for much of last weekend’s Merseyside derby prompted a referendum on the German’s rotation policy. The fact Mohamed Salah came off in the 67th minute ...

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Report: Gabriel Jesus edging loser to long-term Manchester City deal

Manchester City is reportedly hoping to count on burgeoning Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus for years to come. The Premier League table-topper is negotiating a new five-year contract with Jesus’ representatives worth more than £100,000 a week, according to The Telegraph’s James Ducker. With further performance-related bonuses, the 20-year-old stands to double his current £70,000-a-week stipend. Jesus’ deal expires in June ...

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