Manchester City player, Gael Clichy hails team mate, Kevin De Bruyne for his impressive performances since returning from injury.

The Belgian forward has contributed immensely to the resurgence of the Sky Blues since returning from injury concerns. Gael Clichy says he disagrees with his Head Coach’s comment that multiple injuries to City stars have left the team in shambles this season.

Gael Clichy Celebrates The City’s Win

When a team wins the best men celebrate. That’s what happened when Man City won over Aston Villa.

The French left back was counted among the stars. Gael on the other hand stated that he believed that the squad was ready to win the Premier League crown. If that happens, it would certainly be a win in a time span of five years.

Pictures of Gael and Nicolas Otamendi are all over the portals. Gael is definitely one of the star players of Manchester City, a team that has a good season so far. The team has definitely finished the seasons of Premier League successfully this year.


With Manchester United scoring the victory over their rival team City, it’s reported that their team was inspired by a heroic speech given by the currently injured captain Wayne Rooney.

While Rooney has been out of the game for quite a while now, he still seeks to inspire his team and lead them to victory through words.

Clichy wants Manchester City to be more clinical

Manchester City along with Leicester City, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are the current clubs in the Premier League that are positioned in the top 4 spots of the English League.

Manuel Pellegrini and his men could’ve been in pole position if they hadn’t dropped points against: Everton, West Ham United and Leicester City, these are all of the clubs that Manchester City has not been able to finish things off and win and have had to settle with a draw in each game.

Manuel Pellegrini’s future at Manchester City has been thrown

Manuel Pellegrini’s future at Manchester City has been thrown into major speculation after several rumours that another club had agreed a deal with former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola, who will be leaving Bayern Munich at the end of the season.

Guardiola is one of the sought-after managers in world football after having achieved numerous trophies in the last eight years.

The Sky Blues’ fans are absolutely furious

The Sky Blues’ fans are absolutely furious with the fact that Yaya Toure gave his jersey to one of the Juventus players when the game was still on at the Juventus Stadium last week.

Manchester City ended up getting beaten there to be displaced from the top position in Group A, but, more than that defeat, the burning topic at the end of the day was Toure handing his jersey to somebody from the opposition camp.

And, it’s not only the fans, some of the television pundits also did not like Toure’s act.

Manchester City almost dropped two more points

Manchester City almost dropped two more points in the Premier League after an error from goalkeeper Joe Hart.

Gael Clichy hopes that Manchester City can learn from Chelsea

Jose Mourinho led Chelsea to the 5th Premier League title of their history in what was a pretty convincing season as Chelsea secured the English title with 87 points meanwhile Manchester City was far behind with 79 points.

The previous season of the Premier League was a fairly disappointing one for Manchester City as they failed on winning any trophy after being knocked out from the Champions League and the FA Cup and losing the Premier League race against Chelsea which became the champions of England and now have the task of defending their title.

Gael Clichy isnt confident on Improvement made by MC

Gael Clichy doesn’t believe that there has been that much of improvement made by Manchester City in the last 12 months.

It’s something that the City fans would obviously not be pleased to hear, but, the experienced left back seems to be quite correct in his assessment there.

There have been millions and millions of money being invested by the City board in order to make sure that the team becomes strong enough to challenge for the title in Europe, but, it seems to be far from happening at this point of time.

Manchester City confident to top in the Group

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has targeted only a victory when his team take on Roma in a crucial Champions League group match.

This match is likely to decide the second placed team in the group, as it is widely expected that CSKA Moscow will suffer a defeat in their group match against Bayern Munich. Three teams can realistically expect to reach the last 16 of the competition, but it is far more important for Pellegrini given the amount of money he has spent. City have underachieved in the Champions League ever since they came into the competition a few years ago.


Subscribe to Gael Clichy RSS