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Simon Rice and Tom Sheen preview Manchester City's crunch game at the Stadio Olimpico

Manchester City's Edin Dzeko celebrates his goal against Spurs

Match Report: Roberto Mancini jets off after Edin Dzeko shoots down Tottenham

Manchester City 2 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Former Liverpool forward Ryan Babel pleased by Ajax performance

Ajax forward Ryan Babel believes the Dutch champions have made a "little statement" to Europe after their two impressive results against Manchester City.

Match Report: Longest game settled by Carlos Tevez's timely goal for Manchester City against Swansea City

Manchester City 1 Swansea City 0: Serious injuries to Manchester City's Micah Richards and Swansea's Michel Vorm delay the match by a record 12 minutes as Mancini's men keep track of leaders

Mario Balotelli, who was a substitute, rips off his shirt

James Lawton: City taught a lesson in tactics, fight and that money can't always buy happiness

The nightmare which had threatening to engulf English football in the European theatre on successive nights finally settled on its principal victim.

Carlos Tevez runs with the ball during Manchester City's game with West Brom

Premier League title over if Manchester City lose to Arsenal says Roberto Mancini

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini concedes his side's title hopes could be over by Sunday night.

City's Yaya Toure vies with Sunderland's midfielder Craig Gardner

Sunderland draw breaks City's grip at top of table

Manchester City 3 Sunderland 3

Samir Nasri slots in Manchester City's winner

Carlos Tevez inspires Manchester City comeback against Chelsea

Manchester City 2 Chelsea 1

Heroic fightback not enough to save City Europa dream

Manchester City 3 Sporting Lisbon 2 (Agg: 3-3, Sporting win on away goals)

Swans shock Man City into second place

Swansea 1 Manchester City 0

John Terry

Rabbatts: 'John Terry decision was for the good of the game'

Football Association board member Heather Rabbatts is adamant John Terry's removal as England captain was "the right decision for the good of the game".

Man City leave Bolton in relegation trouble as they ease into the clear

Manchester City 2 Bolton 0

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Mario Balotelli of Manchester City is pictured during his team's win over Porto in the Europa League.

Uefa open proceedings into alleged racism at Porto

UEFA today responded to Manchester City's claims that two of their players were racially abused during the Europa League match at Porto by opening disciplinary proceedings against the Portuguese club.

Mario Balotelli was reportedly targeted last night

Manchester City lodge complaint over alleged racist abuse aimed at Mario Balotelli

UEFA are awaiting their match delegate's report before deciding whether to take action against alleged racial abuse during Manchester City's Europa League win at Porto.

Edin Dzeko scored his 14th club goal of the season

Roberto Mancini urges Edin Dzek to improve heading prowess

Roberto Mancini wants Edin Dzeko to become Manchester City's head boy.

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