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

Damien Duff leveller denies City

Manchester City 1 Fulham 1

Manchester City wait on Vincent Kompany injury

Roberto Mancini faces an anxious wait to discover the extent of Vincent Kompany's hip injury.

Manchester City can be better than Barcelona claims Yaya Toure

Yaya Toure believes Manchester City are on their way to becoming a better side than Barcelona.

Sensational Rooney strike gives United derby honours

Manchester United 2 Manchester City 1

Dzeko throws Manchester City FA Cup lifeline

Notts County 1 Manchester City 1

Johnson gives City win over spirited Blackpool

Manchester City 1 Blackpool 0

Away win moves Man City up to second

Newcastle 1 Manchester City 3

Tevez can't save City from Moyes' brigade

Manchester City 1 Everton 2

Cole writes off Man City title bid

Andy Cole has written off Manchester City's title chances.

Man City move level on points with leaders Arsenal

West Ham 1 Manchester City 3

Roberto Mancini laughs at criticism following win

Roberto Mancini has to laugh at the bizarre fact he has been branded a failure even though his team are only three points off the Premier League summit.

Balotelli secures win for City at West Brom

West Brom 0 Manchester City 2

Manchester City are united insists James Milner

James Milner and Roberto Mancini presented a united front last night, dismissing talk of disquiet at Manchester City.

Emmanuel Adebayor says Manchester City arguments will continue

Emmanuel Adebayor has laughed off any suggestion of disunity in the Manchester City camp.

Touré admits 'problems' at City as Mancini calls for order

Roberto Mancini has convened a team meeting to order his players to keep their criticism of him and each other within the walls of Manchester City, though a delay to Carlos Tevez's anticipated return from Argentina contributed last night to the sense that the manager is battling to hold his squad together.

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