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Manchester City News, Transfer Rumors (October 11, 2016): More transfer targets, some idiot trash-talked Guardiola

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Manchester City training ahead of Everton test
Sagna was injured while on international duty with France and has suffered a hamstring pull - he is likely to return in early November. Aguero remains in South America with fears of a training ground calf injury thankfully allayed..

Manchester City most Premier League minutes played
City have reached the international break top of the Premier League table with six wins and just one defeat from the opening seven games.

Gerry Gow: 1952-2016 - Manchester City FC
Everyone at Manchester City FC is saddened to learn of the passing of Gerry Gow at the age of 64 following his brave battle with illness.

What next for Man City captain Vincent Kompany? - Manchester Evening News
His latest return, after four months out, came in the EFL Cup against Swansea last month but he was soon going through that familiar feeling of hobbling down the tunnel before the final whistle.

Man City ace Sergio Aguero set to take ANOTHER risk by playing for Argentina - Manchester Evening News
Aguero said he will declare himself fit to play tomorrow, even though City have a testing schedule which begins with Saturday's home clash with Everton quickly followed by a Champions League trip to Barcelona.

How Man City boss Guardiola paves the way for future success - Manchester Evening News
Pep Guardiola has been praised for his impact at Manchester City, but his best work may not be seen until he has moved on to another job.

Man City step up hunt for full-backs and more transfer rumours - Manchester Evening News
Manchester City's full-backs are in the spotlight and they may soon come up against fierce competition.

Pep Guardiola is 'more about marketing than coaching', blasts former Brazil manager - Mirror Online
Pep Guardiola is more about marketing than coaching and has still to prove he is better than Carlo Ancelotti, according to a former Brazil coach.