Featuring some surprise names.
It's not always easy to cast your minds back.
Shinawatra's ownership of City was 'interesting'.
Featuring Blackburn, Charlton and Portsmouth men.
Ask a Man City fan how much they love this guy.
If this doesn't make you nostalgic, nothing will.
He replaced Zizou and stayed for eight years.
It's about time we said it: Biscan was decent.
Goalhanging is a skill & RVN was a master.
He only made 13 appearances for United.
When Zlatan scored that goal, everything changed.
An indication of what might have been.
Michael Essien was Chelsea’s Man For All Seasons.
They played each other 24 times in five years.
Once one of Europe's most lethal strikers.
If you're going to be bad, be ridiculously bad.
We all loved Steed Malbranque. Even Tony Blair.
Would Man Utd have signed Michael Owen without it?
Oh what could have been...
Paolo Di Canio was a bit mad. Mad but brilliant.
An excellent mix of fortunes.
Back in 2008, everyone was talking about Stoke.
Twenty-four players received at least one vote.
It was meant to prevent negative play. It didn't.
We experienced pangs of nostalgia for 2003.
Remembering one of the best/worst World Cup games.
One of *the* great individual displays.
A worrying number of criminal allegations here.
One of the World Cup's most infamous matches.