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Man City confirm return of Enzo Maresca as first-team coach

Manchester City have confirmed the return of Enzo Maresca to Pep Guardiola's first-team coaching staff. Maresca, who spent time as City's Under-23 coach before leaving to join Parma in 2021, was initially expected to return as Guardiola's assistant, filling the void left by Juanma Lillo's move to Qatari side Al-Sadd.
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Man City Owner Scores Another Team

City Football Group’s soccer portfolio is now one club stronger. The owner of Manchester City FC purchased a majority stake in Palermo FC on Monday. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed, though some outlets report it could be around $13.6 million. Former majority owner Hera Hora srl, which...
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Report: Erling Haaland's Man City contract includes two release clauses

Manchester City secured the signing of sought-after striker Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund this summer. According to reports, the Norwegian has two different release clauses in his contract. For months, the future of Erling Haaland was one of the biggest talking points in world soccer. The Norwegian rose to stardom...
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Pep Guardiola finalises Man City backroom team with Rodolfo Borrell as assistant

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has finalised his backroom team for next season, with Rodolfo Borrell becoming assistant boss and Enzo Maresca rejoining the club.The changes, announced by the Premier League champions on Tuesday, were prompted by the departure of Guardiola’s previous number two, Juanma Lillo, last month.Borrell, who has previously worked at Barcelona and Liverpool, has been at City since 2014 and on the first-team coaching staff since Guardiola’s arrival in 2016.Maresca, formerly head coach of the club’s elite development squad, joins Guardiola’s team a year after leaving City for what proved a short spell as Parma manager.“Manchester City are delighted to announce that Enzo Maresca has returned to the club as part of Pep Guardiola’s backroom staff,” a statement read.“Rodolfo Borrell, who has been at City since 2014, will step up to the role of assistant coach in place of the recently-departed Juanma Lillo.” Read More Over £130m handed to housing providers named and shamed by regulator

Man City sign teenage Australia forward Mary Fowler

Manchester City have announced the signing of teenage Australia striker Mary Fowler from Montpellier on a four-year deal.The 19-year-old, who was only 15 when she made her senior Australia debut in 2018, has scored seven goals in 24 appearances for her country to date, which included one in the Matildas’ quarter-final victory over Great Britain at the Tokyo Olympics last summer.She joins after two and a half years with Montpellier, before which she played in her homeland for Adelaide United.Fowler - recently named Australia’s PFA young women’s footballer of the year, and second in the NXGN 2022 shortlist highlighting the...

Former Man City star slam’s decision to sign off on Arsenal move

Manchester City have accepted Arsenal’s offer to sign Gabriel Jesus this summer, and Dietmar Hamann has labelled the decision a ‘mistake’. Hamann left the Etihad back in 2009 after a three-year stint in midfield, before hanging up his professional playing boots in 2011, and after a short spell of coaching has worked as a pundit on and off since.

Crew sign forward Jacen Russell-Rowe from Crew 2

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Another forward has been added to the Columbus Crew’s roster as the club announced they have signed Jacen Russell-Rowe, 19, from Crew 2. This makes Russell-Rowe the Black & Gold’s first signing from its new developmental team as the Canadian is set to be with the club through the 2024 season. […]

Raheem Sterling future: Man City open to letting player join Chelsea - sources

Manchester City have decided they will not stand in the way of Raheem Sterling's proposed move to Chelsea, sources have told ESPN. City expect to receive a fee of between £50 million and £60m for the England winger, who has a year left on his contract at the Etihad Stadium, and if a suitable offer is made he will be allowed to move to Stamford Bridge.