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Five things for the new manager to put right at City

From dealing with the deadwood to schmoozing the boardroom, there are five things City's new manager must get right.

Mancini impresses fans but loses players’ hearts

The man who came from Italy to manage Man City might be missed by fans, but Roberto Mancini will probably not be missed by some of the players.

Ferguson meets his match in battle of Manchester

The Manchester derby has seen the pendulum swing firmly towards the blue half of the city, much to Alex Ferguson's annoyance.

Fergie: If City beat us, they deserve to win the league

The destiny of the Premier League title will be firmly in City's hands if they beat leaders Man United at home on Monday, Alex Ferguson has said.

Balotelli on borrowed time as City’s title bid fades

Mario Balotelli's Manchester City future was in the balance after manager Roberto Mancini admitted his patience with the striker was wearing thin.

Tevez cameo offers glimpse of football’s new realities

Carlos Tevez has returned to the Man City fold and presents a whole new threat to opposing teams as he seems to have not lost his capabilities at all.

Nasri doesn’t regret leaving the Gunners

Samir Nasri has revealed that he doesn't regret leaving Arsenal to join Machester City, even though he has taken time to settle into the team.

Balotelli, Toure racially abused, claim City

Manchester City have claimed Mario Balotelli and Yaya Toure were racially abused by fans during their Europa League clash against Porto.

Mancini willing to speak to Tevez about return

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini admits unsettled striker Carlos Tevez could still have a role to play in his side.

Mancini courts a yellow card

Football Association cautions against Man City manager's 'unsporting' behaviour.

Racism apology too slow in coming, says City manager

Robert Mancini questions Liverpool's stance on the Luis Suarez issue.

Mancini tells Man City to look forward

Roberto Mancini has warned his Manchester City side to understand there is more to football than attack after being caught out 1-0 at Sunderland.

Mancini: Premier race will go to the wire

Manchester City reach the midway stage of their Premier campaign on Sunday with manager Roberto Mancini predicting the race will go down to the wire.

Man United hoping to turn up the heat on City

Almost halfway through the Premier League season and there is already seven points separating Manchester rivals City and United from the chasing pack.

Silva shines for City

The skill of seeing a football pitch as a field of endless angles rather than a north-to-south battlefield is beautifully expressed by David Silva.

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