Sport Emmanuel Frimpong

The 22-year old made a total of 16 first-team appearances for the Gunners

Roberto Mancini believes that 13-goal Dzeko would really prosper in Italy

Roberto Mancini claims Manchester City can reignite title race

Manchester United lead their rivals by 12 points

Manchester City's Joleon Lescott

Everton v Manchester City: Everton hoodoo not my fault says Joleon Lescott

Defender returns to former club this weekend

The Sport Matrix: Wednesday 13 March 2013

Wenger backs side to produce shock result in Munich

‘If we don’t go up, I won’t be here,’ admitted Neil Warnock last night

Neil Warnock demands Leeds United cut out late goals

Leeds are chasing the play-off places in the Championship

Steve Bruce almost turned his back on management but remains 'a football man' at heart

Burnley 0 Hull City 1 match report: Stephen Quinn fires Hull second after Steve Bruce shake-up

Stephen Quinn conjured his first goal in five months to send Hull into second place above Watford with this win last night, but Steve Bruce's inspired double substitution played a huge part.

Manchester City's Argentinian forward Carlos Tevez celebrates after scoring his team's fourth goal and his third to complete his hat-trick

Carlos Tevez takes problems in his stride says Manchester City team-mate Gareth Barry

Striker scores hat-trick despite arrest during midweek

Manchester City's Argentinian forward Carlos Tevez celebrates after scoring his team's fourth goal and his third to complete his hat-trick

Manchester City 5 Barnsley 0 FA Cup match report: Carlos Tevez shrugs off jail threat to drive City to Wembley semi-final

Argentine scores hat-trick to set up possible Manchester derby at Wembley

FA Cup semi final draw: City midfielder Gareth Barry eager to resume Wembley warfare with Manchester United

A repeat of the 2011 semi-final is on the cards should United beat Chelsea in their FA Cup replay

Manchester City 5 Barnsley 0 FA Cup match report: Too quick to handle Carlos Tevez drives City to an unqualified triumph

If the pressure of facing a possible jail sentence for driving while disqualified was weighing on Carlos Tevez, it did not show. Three goals and two assists suggest a man at ease with himself, which is more than can be said for the defenders who tried to block his path.

Today's football fixtures and results

A look at all today's FA Cup and Premier League results and fixtures including match reports for every game.

Roberto Mancini

Manchester City v Barnsley match preview - FA Cup sixth round

A look ahead to this weekend's FA Cup clash at the Etihad stadium

Carlos Tevez may still play against Barnsley

Carlos Tevez faces possible jail sentence after arrest for 'driving disqualified'

Manchester City striker may play against Barnsley in FA Cup while on bail after police 'tip-off'

Roberto Mancini

Manchester United Champions League exit bad for City admits Roberto Mancini

Manchester City trail their rivals by 12 points

Wayne Rooney

Roberto Mancini plays down speculation Wayne Rooney could join Manchester City

The Manchester United striker's future has come under speculation

Manchester City midfielder Jack Rodwell

David Silva backs Manchester City team-mate Jack Rodwell following latest injury woe

Summer signing from Everton is yet to enjoy a run in the team

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