Pep Guardiola could lead Manchester City to an unprecedented treble on Saturday but has admitted his team must win the Champions League to be considered among the greats. Victory over Watford in the FA
Pep Guardiola has apologised to anyone offended by the chant sung on the plane carrying his Manchester City side back from their title win in Brighton. In the song it mentions Liverpool fans being 'battered
Bereaved Hillsborough families’ last sight of accountability from the football establishment for the deaths of 96 people at an FA Cup semi-final was the then Sheffield Wednesday secretary and safety officer,
(CNN) — Premier League champion Manchester City has denied that an anti-Liverpool victory chant sung by players and staff mocked the Hillsborough disaster or the attack on Liverpool fan Sean Cox. After
Footage showing Manchester City players apparently singing about Liverpool supporters being "battered on the streets" and "victims of it all" drew criticism on Wednesday night from both a key Hillsborough
The brother of Sean Cox has described a chant sung on the plane carrying Manchester City players and staff back from Brighton on Sunday as offensive to all victims of football-related violence. Martin
Manchester City have denied accusations that a chant sung by their players about Liverpool fans being "battered in the streets" and "victims of it all" relates to Sean Cox or the Hillsborough disaster.