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Women's Super League: Birmingham up and running after win over Everton - The Guardian

Birmingham City recorded their first win of the new Women's Super League campaign after a narrow win over Everton. Two first-half goals were ultimately enough to give Marc Skinner's side victory at Damson Park. Ellen White opened the scoring with her ...and more »

Chelsea sunk by Kevin De Bruyne winner for Manchester City - The Guardian

Perhaps the most alarming thought for the other teams with aspirations of winning the Premier League is that Manchester City could produce this show of strength, passing the ball so elegantly and comprehensively outplaying the reigning champions ...and more »

Chelsea v City: Extended highlights - Manchester City

Chelsea 0 Man City 1. Kevin De Bruyne scored the winner, firing a brilliant left-footed strike past Thibaut Courtois with just over 20 minutes remaining, and City have now gone 15 Premier League matches unbeaten. Chelsea had the first real chance of ...and more »

Paul Hayward's weekend lowdown: Pep Guardiola is misguided to talk about the English 'long ball' - Telegraph.co.uk

Pep Guardiola rolled out an immortal phrase to describe what he thinks you will see this weekend. “The ball don't travel with the team,” he said, arcing his hand from defence to attack to denote the English long-ball game. Manchester City's manager was ...and more »

Gabriel Jesus stars to help Manchester City cope without Sergio Agüero - The Guardian (blog)

He may be only 20 and not really a No9, but the Brazilian showed at Stamford Bridge just why he could prove so crucial in his first full season for City. Contact author. @barneyronay. Sat 30 Sep 2017 17.03 EDT Last modified on Sat 30 Sep 2017 17.32 EDT.and more »

Andreas Christensen held up by Antonio Conte as a shining example to Chelsea's numerous youngsters - The Independent

Andreas Christensen will make his fifth start of the season for Chelsea on Saturday against Manchester City, and it feels like a vindication for the patience of both player and club over his long development. The Danish centre-back has been in the ...and more »

Wish you were still here? The players Chelsea probably regret selling - The Times

After Kevin De Bruyne scored Manchester City's winning goal against his former employers on Saturday. Charlie Dawson looks at the players Chelsea probably wish they had not let go. Kevin De Bruyne (sold to Wolfsburg for £16.7m in August 2014)and more »

Conte could be Guardiola's defining Premier League rival as Mourinho mellows - SBS - The World Game

In sport, as in cinema and literature, sequels rarely scale the heights of the original – the first rush that made a re-run so desirable. Pep Guardiola's tussle with Jose Mourinho when the duo led Barcelona and Real Madrid marked a defining period for ...and more »

Chelsea and Manchester City combined XI, with Alvaro Morata and Raheem Sterling in attack - Metro

Chelsea host Manchester City in one of the biggest games of the season so far this weekend, with Antonio Conte and Pep Guardiola's expensively-assembled squads set to do battle at Stamford Bridge. The Premier League now regularly attracts some of the ...and more »

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola reveals Gary Lineker "grudge" from their Barcelona days - Mirror.co.uk

Pep Guardiola clearly has a long memory, and that's bad news for Gary Lineker. The two men came face-to-face in an interview for the BBC's The Premier League Show , and the Manchester City boss was quick to remind Lineker that he used to be a ball boy ...and more »