Swansea v City: Guardiola reaction
The Blues moved four points clear at the top of the Premier League but the City boss feels the victory could have been more comfortable with better decisions at crucial moments.
Swansea v City: John Stones and Raheem Sterling reaction
As City’s perfect start to the 16/17 campaign rolled on at the Liberty Stadium, John Stones and Raheem Sterling took time to mark the impact Pep Guardiola has made on the squad.
Swansea v City: Premier League match report
Two goals from Sergio Aguero helped City maintain their superb start to the season as the Blues beat Swansea 3-1 to make it ten wins out of ten this season.
Manchester City's exiled Yaya Toure refusing to ditch agent despite war with Pep Guardiola leaving him in limbo - Mirror Online
Yaya Toure fears his outspoken agent has sabotaged his hopes of staying in the Premier League – but won’t sack him, writes Steve Bates in the Sunday People. Toure wants to stay in the Premier League when Manchester City let him leave in the January transfer window.
Manchester City outcast Yaya Toure's agent may take LEGAL ACTION over their axing of the midfielder - Mirror Online
Pep Guardiola could find himself in court over his treatment of Yaya Toure. Toure has been told he will not play for Manchester City again unless his agent apologises for comments made to Sunday Mirror Sport three weeks ago about the way Guardiola axed the Ivorian from his Champions League squad.
The 56-year-old stat which proves just how unstoppable Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are - Mirror Online
Manchester City continued to set the Premier League alight with a 3-1 win at Swansea City on Saturday afternoon , a result which makes it six wins out of six in the league under Pep Guardiola. More amazingly, though, City have won all 10 of their competitive matches this season under the Catalan boss, a run which has now put them in touching distance of a 56-year-old record.
RUMOURS: PSG plan moves for Toure and Schweinsteiger - Goal.com
Paris Saint-Germain are set to make January moves for both Yaya Toure and Bastian Schweinsteiger, according to the Daily Star. The midfield pair have been frozen out at Manchester City and Manchester United respectively and are free to leave in the upcoming transfer window.