Opinion: Bernardo Silva proves City will be in good hands when his namesake retires

When Manchester City announced the signing of Portuguese winger Bernardo Silva from AS Monaco in the summer of 2016, eyebrows were raised at the £43m price tag. Rival fans criticised Pep Guardiola and City for spending big money on a player who only really had one top season under his belt, and wasn’t even a […]

EFL Weekly: Gameweek Roundup 20 September

As the EFL Championship plays catch-up following the first international break of the season, its League One and Two counterparts took a step back during this midweek round of fixtures, as the focus was firmly set on England’s second tier. With the games now split relatively evenly over two days to maximise Sky Sports’ new […]

Rampant Wolves get second straight win: Wolves v Burnley report

Nuno Espirito Santo’s Wolves registered a second straight Premier League victory as they saw off a poor Burnley side at Molineux on Sunday afternoon. A lone second-half strike from Raul Jimenez was all that settled the sides in the end, as Burnley failed to win for the fifth consecutive match this season. The scoreline of […]

Two points dropped for Monk’s men: Birmingham v West Brom report

Birmingham City were held to a draw in the Friday night clash at St Andrews against newly relegated West Brom. The Blues went into this game winless and that poor record continued, but not for the want of trying. A familiar story of missed chances and poor luck at the other end added up to […]

Man City’s £500m revenues explained: Football Finance expert Kieran Maguire talks to Lewis Steele

Lewis Steele, on behalf of City Watch, spoke to football finance expert Kieran Maguire about the Manchester City accounts that were released today: Manchester City announced profits for the fourth consecutive year in their annual financial report, which was publically released on Thursday. City posted total revenues of £500.5m and a profit of £10.5m. The club […]