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xG and You: The newest stat sweeping football

The best thing since Diego Costa’s move away from the Premier League or a stat too far?

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Review: We’re Not Really Here – A Football Opera

Does the beautiful game belong on a field or in the theatre? Jade Fox reviews We’re Not Really Here: A Football Opera

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De Bruyne excels in convincing 5-0 City win

Sadio Mané’s 37th minute dismissal put the game in City’s hands

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Manchester City 2-1 Leicester City: Riyad Mahrez spares City’s blushes

In a game filled with controversy, Manchester City defeated Leicester City at the Etihad Stadium and set their sights on the Champions League Qualification spots

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Manchester City 3-1 Hull City

Manchester City got back to winning ways when they faced relegation contenders Hull City at the Etihad on Saturday

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Manchester City 1-1 Liverpool

In a fair result for both sides, it was honours even at The Etihad. A James Milner penalty and a Sergio Aguero goal meant the game ended 1-1

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The race for the top four

The Mancunion analyses each of the top six Premier League teams’ chances of getting a crucial Champion’s League place for next season

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Club Profile: Monaco

Monaco are the the goal-scoring greats of this season’s European Leagues, but how have they done it?

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Student Manchester City tickets available in the Students’ Union

From £16-£21 buy your tickets for Manchester City games from the Students’ Union helpdesk

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Manchester City 2-1 Burnley

Manchester City, one man down, were victorious against Burnley at The Etihad stadium in their first game of 2017

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Manchester City 2-1 Arsenal: offsides, tributes, and Octopussy

The title race is hotting up, as Manchester City leapfrogged Arsenal and Liverpool up to second position on Sunday afternoon

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Manchester City 1–1 Celtic

Manchester City have finished second in their UEFA Champions League group and are awaiting their next challenge after a 1-1 draw with Celtic