Published: Sun, September 16, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Man City Make £500M Profit

Man City Make £500M Profit

Manchester City will host a discount version of itself as they meet Fulham at the Etihad Saturday at 10:00 a.m. ET on NBCSN or live online at NBCSports.com in a highly-anticipated clash of similar playing styles.

"My teams are going to try to play how I want", he said to Jorge Valdano on Universo Valdano.

"I thought: 'Who wants me?"

"Back then I was living with my parents and they were getting divorced and it was the right time to get away from there, from Spain, and live a new experience".

And, while Guardiola will have little interest in Southgate's problems, his ability to rotate his squad with such high-quality replacements augurs well, with City about to embark on Champions League and League Cup campaigns in addition to their league commitments. The money is so important but after they choose the right people, from the beginning 10 years ago to make a step forward.

The annual report said last season's runaway Premier League champions had enjoyed revenues of £500.5 million - a 44 per cent increase in five years.

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The 32-year-old has been an ever-present during Manchester City's rise in the Sheikh Mansour era having joined the club from Valencia in 2010.

"We cannot forget sometimes this kind of thing happens, he is [young] and sometimes you can be up and down at that age".

"Some of my coaches have focused on attack, others on defence, but he covers the whole pitch, he's taught me to be more patient on the pitch". They were fast, strong and played a good football game.

"It is nearly impossible to be more pleased as a manager with him", the City boss said.

City's record breakers also collected the greatest number of wins in a Premier League season, the most consecutive amount of victories, highest goal tally and goal difference, as well as the biggest winning margin in the Premier League's 26-year history. According to The Times, Sterling, who now earns £175k a week, wants a 100k a week pay rise which would see him become one of the highest paid players in the Premier League. "It depends how I feel physically and mentally", Silva said in an interview for the Premier League Show.

"But we can not forget that sometimes these kind of things happen, he's 22 years old and these kind of things, a little bit up and down, happen at his age, and he has to realise himself as a professional what he has to do".

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