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After being on the wrong end of an historic FA Cup score-line, the jury is definitely out on the Manchester City manager who has not given the owners or fans anything to smile about this season.
The scenes at the New Wembley were simply incredible. Wigan Athletic did the unconceivable by beating Manchester City in the Final of the FA Cup. Roberto Martinez’s side have struggled for survival this season but they turned in a great display against a side, whose manager could be shown the door at the end of the season.
Though he tried his best not to give the appearance of a man who is under pressure, it was quite clear that Mancini is worried about his future at the club. When the season ends, Manchester City will have nothing to show for their efforts apart from an automatic qualification to the Champions League which is a feat that was always a given more or less.
Wembley hosts Manchester City and Wigan Athletic this Saturday as both sides eye glory in the 2013 FA Cup final; watch Man City vs Wigan live
Miami Beach, Florida (May 10, 2013) – Manchester City and Wigan Athletic will lock horns at Wembley this Saturday to decide the winner of the 2012/13 FA Cup competition. English Premier League champions Manchester United and FA Cup titleholders Chelsea were among the favourites to clinch glory but both stumbled on the road to the final. The world’s oldest knockout tournament title will now go to either Man City or Wigan. Before Wembley transforms into a full house of supporters, check where to watch Manchester City vs Wigan Athletic and do not miss a single moment of it on Saturday, May 11, 2013.
The Citizens are hopeful of ending this season on a high. They suffered a group stage exit in the UEFA Champions League last year before officially losing their EPL crown to the Red Devils a few weeks ago. Roberto Mancini will be looking to guide his men to a fourth piece of silverware in two years.
A team desperately fighting for survival while sticking to its true values will take on a behemoth that is Manchester City in the FA Cup Final.
Scott Sinclair has been ruled out of the FA Cup final for Manchester City. Yaya Toure is slightly doubtful as he picked up a knock in the previous weekend. Maynor Figueroa, Ryo Miyaichi, Michael Pollitt, Albert Crusat, Ronnie Stam and Ivan Ramis are all out for Wigan Athletic. Jean Beausejour, a hugely important…
Two matches from the EPL on Sunday; Liverpool vs Chelsea to close the day after Tottenham Hotspur’s home fixture against Manchester City
Miami Beach, Florida (April 18, 2013) – Make space for two exciting English Premier League games on Sunday, April 21, 2013. Four of England’s biggest clubs – Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur – will shake up the weekend. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) has live stream and TV schedules details for both matches – Spurs vs Man City and Liverpool vs Chelsea.
Manchester City are almost certain of finishing second behind soon-to-be English Premier League champions Manchester United. The pressure ahead of Saturday’s is mainly on Tottenham Hotspur. The hosts must work hard to avoid the disappointment of missing out on UEFA Champions League tickets.
With the Premier League season entering its climax phase, it is a “Now or Never” situation for most teams that are very close to achieving their goals, such is also the case of Champions League hopefuls Tottenham.
With things pretty much settled right at the top, Manchester United are inches away from yet another Premier League title, making Manchester City feeling forcibly content with a second place finish. At the other end of the table, Aston Villa is the only team that is dangerously close to the relegation zone, with other teams slowly having built a comfortable gap above the bottom three.
Perhaps the most absorbing contest left is the contest for the third and fourth spots, the three teams fighting from it all hailing from London. With Arsenal stepping on the gas peddle in the past few weeks, Chelsea and Tottenham will have to match the Gunners’ form to give equally inspiring performances. Spurs currently sit 5 points behind Arsenal with two games in hand.
City head into the clash knowing that if they lose to Tottenham and Manchester United beat Aston Villa their reign will come to an end.
English champions Manchester City travel to White Hart Lane to do battle with Tottenham Hotspur with no margin for error, as if they lose the game and arch-rivals Manchester United defeat Aston Villa at Old Trafford on Monday, United will put their reign to an abrupt end.
City, who beat Tottenham 2-1 in the reverse fixture earlier in the season, are fully aware…
The two sides which will meet in the FA Cup Final will meet each other in the Premier League in a match which perhaps matters more to Wigan than to Manchester City on Wednesday.
Jack Rodwell is out for Manchester City. David Silva, Maicon and Micah Richards are all doubtful for this one. Ryo Miyaichi, Ivan Ramis, Albert Crusat and Michael Pollitt are out for Wigan. Ben Watson is doubtful.
Wigan is seemingly staging a late fight back for survival in the Premier League. Roberto Martinez’s side has played two games less than all of their rivals who are battling for survival. Wigan’s recent form has been quite good. They have played well in the league recently while sparkling alongside in the FA Cup. They reached a historic first final in their history by beating Millwall 2-0. Their opponent in that final is Manchester City.
A goal each by Sergio Aguero and Samir Nasri took Manchester City to the final of the FA Cup at the expense of Chelsea who strongly feel that they were robbed of the tie by match officials.
It does not rain, it pours whenever Chelsea get knocked out of a competition. There is almost always a big drama whenever the Blues bow out of the competition which is why watching their games is just too exciting for a neutral.
On Sunday, it was the same case as Rafael Benitez bade goodbye to another title winning opportunity with Chelsea. The Europa Cup remains his only chance of winning silverware with Chelsea, before he is asked to clear his desk at the end of the season.
Chelsea and Manchester City clash in the FA Cup semi-finals on Sunday, April 14. Fox Soccer Channel, Sportsnet World and ESPN among channels to show the match live
Miami Beach, Florida (April 13, 2013) – The best games in the world deserve the best coverage and this is why LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) has prepared an exclusive 127-country list for the live stream and TV schedules of the FA Cup semi-finals’ Chelsea vs Manchester City match set to come up at 11:00am EST / 15:00 GMT / 16:00 (London time) on Sunday, April 14, 2013. Watch some of English football’s superstars such as Frank Lampard and James Milner battle it out for tickets to the FA Cup final at Wembley!
In the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, Petr Cech had a sublime afternoon in post. At the other end of the field, Demba Ba executed a stunning strike to send Manchester United packing. The reigning FA Cup champions look to have regained their form during the past few weeks.
After downing Manchester United at Old Trafford, Manchester City will be looking to produce a similar performance against Chelsea in the semi-final of this season’s FA Cup at Wembley
Beating Manchester United at their own backyard is an achievement any side can be proud of. The achievement becomes even more special for a side like City that for almost two decades, could only look in envy over the success their neighbours had. However, the winds are clearly changing in Manchester with the ‘Blue moon’ rising.
Last weekend, Roberto Mancini’s side beat Manchester United 2-1 at Old Trafford in a vital Premier League encounter. The result means that the cash-laden side trails their bitter rivals by 12 points at the top of the table with just seven games left to play for.
On Sunday, Wembley will play host to the second semi-final of this season’s FA Cup between Premier League giants, Chelsea and Manchester City
In a season where Chelsea still have a chance to do a double, Manchester City’s only hope for a silverware lies in the FA Cup despite Roberto Mancini’s men cutting down Manchester United’s lead at the top of the table.
Nevertheless, the game between two of the richest teams in the world is bound to be an exhilarating one so here are 10 things that readers should know about these two sides.
1) FA Cup Goals Scored: Chelsea 16 – 13: Chelsea win
2) Last six games between the two sides: Chelsea wins: 2, City wins: 3, draws: 1: Manchester City win
3) Total FA Cup titles: Chelsea 7 (current reigning champions), Manchester City: 5: Chelsea win
With Chelsea and Manchester City set to renew acquaintances in the semi-final of the FA Cup in Wembley this Sunday, there are some interesting facts which might give us an idea as to which team has an edge over the other.
This Sunday, Wembley will play host to the semi-final of this season’s FA Cup between Chelsea and Manchester City – two sides, which need to win some silverware by the end of the season in order to justify their spending spree.
Winner of this game will play either Wigan or Milwall in the final which is the reason why many people have gone on to call this particular clash as an unofficial final. Although both sides have been met with disappointments in their respective campaigns this season, both have an equal chance of ending the season with one or even two trophies.
Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final clash between Chelsea and City will be a contest between two top teams of England, both having enjoyed success in the last few years.
Through the years, both teams have managed to choreograph absorbing football matches and produce exceptional players, with the help of their wealthy owners who have provided finances whenever needed.
Currently, both clubs are being managed by highly reputable mangers, which have always chased major trophies for whichever clubs they have managed.
Chelsea’s interim manger Rafa Benitez started his football career as a player playing for various Spanish clubs at the youth level and even representing the U-19 Spain national team.
On Friday, April 12, 2013, UEFA will announce draws for the Champions League semifinals and this time around there will be no English side coming out of the pots
With just a few games left in this season’s edition of the UEFA Champions League, Wembley remains the only English representative in the competition.
Barcelona centre back Gerard Pique who has previously represented Manchester United, was critical of the English league and suggested that the English football needs a rethink.
Europa League and FA Cup chasing Chelsea takes on the defending champions of the Premier League in a mouthwatering clash in Wembley.
Ryan Bertrand is in bed with illness currently for Chelsea. Demba Ba could be set to return for this one after recovering from an ankle problem. Ashley Cole has a hamstring problem while Gary Cahill has a knee injury. Oriol Romeu is of course out for the season. For Manchester City, David Silva has a hamstring problem while Maicon has a knee injury.…
With Manchester United set to host Manchester City in tonight’s derby, Sir Alex Ferguson will be looking for a chance at redemption after suffering a humiliating defeat in the same fixture last season.
A lead of 15 points atop of the Premier League table, with just seven games left to play for after tonight’s derby game against Manchester City, Sir Alex Ferguson and his men know of their impending 20th league title.
Tonight’s game may not have a great significance on the title race but with memories of last year’s annihilation at the hands of their city rivals still fresh in the minds of United fans, Manchester United would be out for vengeance.
The last time these two sides met in a Barclays Premier League encounter at Old Trafford, was back in October 2011 when Sir Alex Ferguson’s side were on the receiving end of one of the most humiliating defeats in the club’s rich and proud history.
Manchester United vs Manchester City ends three-day action of English Premier League football; count on ESPN networks to broadcast it live on Monday, April 8, 2013
Miami Beach, Florida (April 4, 2013) – As always, LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) has it all packed when it comes to data of live stream and TV schedules for English Premier League fixtures. This weekend, our coverage is even bigger with four matches highlighting Matchday 32.
West Bromwich Albion vs Arsenal, Liverpool vs West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton and Chelsea vs Sunderland are all worth watching live this weekend as the battle for a fourth-place finish incessantly heats up. The month of April is when each game looks like a final as Champions League tickets contenders wait to pounce on the mistakes of their adversaries.
United enjoy a 15 point cushion over arch nemesis City, and with eight more games to play it is becoming more and more clear that the Premier League title is heading towards the theatre of dreams this season.
As things stand, Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United are romping towards what will be their 20th English Premier League title. After a heartbreaking moment when United lost the title to their City rivals on the last game of the season, Ferguson’s men were persistent in their quest this time around and provided City no opportunity of gaining an advantage.
Angry at how they handed that title to their ‘noisy neighbours’, Sir Alex knew that nothing less than a domestic title this season would ease that pain.
The champions elect of England take on the defending champions in a bid to take another step towards the Premier League title.
Matija Nastasic has an ankle problem while Maicon has a knee injury for Manchester City. Jack Rodwell, Samir Nasri, David Silva and Micah Richards are all expected to be fit for this one, having recovered from their respective injuries. Rafael is suffering from a groin problem for Manchester United while Darren Fletcher is suffering from a chronic…
Ahead of the premier league encounter between Newcastle and Manchester City, French midfielder Yohan Cabaye has labelled City’s inability to work as a unit as the main cause of their decline this season.
Newcastle United midfielder, Yohan Cabaye has branded Manchester City as a team full of individuals on the eve of one of the most awaited game of the English Premier League this Saturday. While talking to reporters, the France international compared the two clubs from Manchester and the midfielder feels that the defending champions are still not on par with their rivals, Manchester United.
Cabaye added that Manchester City are a fantastic team, one of the best in the league, but they are a team of individuals that is hampering their chances of defending their Premier League crown.