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Manchester City are managed by Pep Guardiola, who replaced Manuel Pellegrini in July 2016.
Guardiola finished his debut campaign empty-handed, but then bounced back the following season with a record-breaking Premier League title and League Cup glory, followed by an unprecedented domestic treble in 2018/19.
A huge, and game-changing, moment in City's history occurred in 2008 when the Abud Dhabi United Group Mansour took over, making the club one of the richest in the world. The Citizens have since spent millions on bolstering the squad, which resulted in their first Premier League title in 2012.
Roberto Mancini, who won City that prized first Premier League title, was axed after failing to win any silverware during the 2012/13 season. City went on to appoint Pellegrini on a three-year deal during the summer of 2013, and the Chilean went on to win the Premier League and two League Cups, as well as guiding his side through to the semi-finals of the Champions League for the first time in their history.
Manchester City have racked up 8 wins in the last 10 games, losing only to Wolverhampton Wanderers and drawing with Crystal Palace. Manchester City have chalked up 28 goals in the process while conceding 11 achieving 25 points and a 17 goal difference.
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|08 Feb||Manchester City||15:00||West Ham United|
|22 Feb||Leicester City||15:00||Manchester City|
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|07 Mar||Manchester United||15:00||Manchester City|
|14 Mar||Manchester City||15:00||Burnley|