Manchester City not good enough – Sven-Goran Eriksson

Sven-Goran Eriksson says former club Manchester City have dramatically underachieved under Manuel Pellegrini and should be doing better for the money they have spent. Pellegrini guided City to the Premier League title in his first season but this campaign has been more inconsistent, with back-to back-defeats to Crystal Palace and Manchester

Manuel Pellegrini not worried about his job safety

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini insists he is not worried about his job security at the club. The champions were beaten 2-1 at Crystal Palace on Monday Night Football, rocked by goals from Glenn Murray and Jason Puncheon either side of half-time despite dominating at Selhurst Park. The result marked City's third

Ideye hopes to recover ahead of QPR clash

Brown Ideye is hopeful of being fit for West Brom's next Premier League game against QPR a week on Saturday. The striker missed the 3-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester City last weekend because of a knee injury which also forced him to pull out of Nigeria's squad. But he was

Wilfred Bony joins his new team-mates

Wilfried Bony has trained with his new Manchester City team-mates for the very first time after a successful Africa Cup of Nations campaign with Ivory Coast. The 26-year-old was the biggest Premier League transfer during the January Transfer Window, joining Manchester City for a fee around £28m Swansea before leaving for

James Milner rescue point for Manchester City

Substitute James Milner fired a fantastic equaliser two minutes into injury time to spare Manchester City’s blushes and save a point against relegation strugglers Hull. Until then it looked as though the Tigers were going to celebrate their first away win at City since February 1930 after David Meyler had fired