Will City regret selling the youngster?
A few things have changed at City since that day.
Will it ever be matched?
"You know you are going to make a success of it."
This is a tough ask. City haven't always been good
It's fair to say these two have impressed the rest
Raheem Sterling is the FWA Footballer of the Year.
The top two have been absolutely relentless.
Please let him come to the Premier League.
United won the first of many PL derbies.
The 'Stockport Iniesta' has his first league goal.
Who do you think will win it?
Who will finish on top?
Richard Dunne defends Man City's owners.
Man City still have a long way to go.
Raheem Sterling is The Man right now.
Sergio Aguero is a phenomenon.
An immense talent, remembered fondly even now
Pep Guardiola hasn’t had it all his own way
Don't let the moniker detract from his quality.
To appreciate David Silva, you have to watch him.
Man City took absolutely no mercy on Rotherham.
This was very nearly one of *the* great own goals.
All that money only helps the weirdness.
Everything you need to know about the Brazilian.
The fixture promises fireworks.
Who has been the pick of the bunch?
Nobody expected him to have such an impact.
Man City's new money forced Ahmad Benali abroad.
Things used to be very different at Man City.