Manchester City

1st Premier League | 6-0-0
  • Goals For
    1st
    18 GF
  • Assists
    1st
    12 GA
  • Shots
    3rd
    106 Shots
  • Saves
    16th
    12 SAV
  • LIVE, UCL group stage: Celtic-Man City, Arsenal-Basel, Atletico-Bayern
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    LIVE, UCL group stage: Celtic-Man City, Arsenal-Basel, Atletico-Bayern

    We have another packed slate of UEFA Champions League action on Wednesday as Groups A through D are in action across Europe. [ LIVE: UCL scores ] Manchester City head to Celtic and Pep Guardiola‘s boy can expect a cauldron of noise at Celtic Park, while Arsenal host Basel at the Emirates. Elsewhere a mouthwatering clashing takes place in the Spanish capital where Atletico Madrid host German giants Bayern Munich. City will be hoping to avoid an upset ahead of their next two UCL games against Pep’s old side, Barcelona, while Arsene Wenger will look to build on Arsenal’s solid draw away at PSG in their Group A opener two weeks ago. All matches kick off at 2:45 p.m. ET, and you can follow all the

  • Second coach in England loses job after newspaper sting
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    Second coach in England loses job after newspaper sting

    BARNSLEY, England (AP) A British newspaper investigation led to a second soccer coach getting fired in England on Thursday. Two days after Sam Allardyce lost his job as England manager following an undercover operation by the Daily Telegraph, second-tier club Barnsley fired assistant coach Tommy Wright. Wright was filmed apparently accepting an envelope which the Telegraph said contained 5,000 pounds ($6,500) from a fake Asian firm to help place players at the northern club. Video footage was released by the newspaper late Wednesday and Wright was immediately suspended by Barnsley. “After considering Mr. Wright’s response to allegations in today’s Daily Telegraph about breaching (Football Association)

  • “It’s very special” — Wisconsin defender set to take on USMNT, Mexico
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    “It’s very special” — Wisconsin defender set to take on USMNT, Mexico

    Macroeconomics. Soccer practice. Portuguese class. Match versus Rutgers. All that, and then Sam Brotherton can get down to preparing for Giovani Dos Santos and Jozy Altidore. The University of Wisconsin captain and New Zealand national teamer has one heck of a week ahead of him. “It’s been pretty tough trying to balance at all, but I’ve had a lot of support from the university and thankfully my professors have been understanding,” the 6-foot-1 center back told ProSoccerTalk. Following this weekend’s match between Wisconsin and Rutgers, Brotherton will hop on a plane to meet head coach Anthony Hudson and New Zealand in Nashville. The Kiwis are Stateside for an Oct. 8 match against Mexico in Nashville