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Manchester City News, Transfer Rumors (October 10, 2016): Black boots return, Sagna injury update

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Manchester City international round up 9 October
Manager Julen Lopetegui couldn't have asked for a better impact from the City striker. The 29 year old put the game beyond Albania after David Silva provided the assist for Diego Costa's opener with a clever cut into the box from the left before calmly slotting the ball into the opposite corner.

Man City Player Postcards international break
Our international stars have been checking in from far and wide this week on social media.

Manchester City International Memories: Kelechi Iheanacho wins U17 World Cup
Long before Iheanacho was to come to Manchester, score plenty of goals and earn the nickname 'Uncle Kel', he was widely regarded as Nigeria's biggest hope for the future. In fact, his exploits at this tournament in the United Arab Emirates were to have a big hand in his award as the 'Most Promising Talent of the Year' in African football.

What Man City's Raheem Sterling has been up to during the international break - Manchester Evening News
Manchester City ace given permission to take sunshine holiday in Marbella - and it looks like he had some fun!

Man City BAN coloured boots for young players as part of a drive for excellence - Manchester Evening News
Manchester City have BANNED all of their under-18 players from wearing multi-coloured boots in a bid to keep their feet on the ground. The policy of only allowing black boots is part of the Blues' mantra of ensuring that their players are level-headed as well as talented and technically excellent.

Which games will Man City defender Bacary Sagna miss though injury? - Manchester Evening News
The Manchester City right back limped off in the first half of the 4-1 World Cup qualifying win over Bulgaria on Friday, and scans have revealed that the problem is not as bad as first feared.