Successfully winning the English Premier League on his first season, Manuel Pellegrini is not getting over confident ahead of the new season as he believes that Manchester City will have a tougher time.
Sparkling a potential transfer move by the end of last season, Yaya Toure apparently had a change of hearts as he now confirmed his stay at Manchester City.
Toure stated to the media his willingness to stay and honor his current deal with City, adding his affection towards the fans are one of those encouraged him in making that decision.
Manchester City started their pre-season campaign in a disappointing fashion after losing their first match against Dundee FC.
Still having several players out because of international duties, Man City put on a pretty solid squad for that game including two new players, Willy Cabellero along with Fernando.
Manchester City regained control of English Premier League table after securing a comfortably home win over Aston Villa this midweek.
Playing in front of their home crowd, Man City immediately took full control of the tie as put on an aggressive display since kick off.
Manchester City keeping their title challenge alive and well this weekend as they grabbed an important away victory over Everton.
The home side made a brighter start on that tie as they got themselves in front after 11 minutes of play through Ross Barkley.
Manchester City's title challenge remain strong and well as this weekend they bagged a comfortable away win over Crystal Palace.
The away side were looking determined in cutting their gap from the teams above them as they put on an aggressive approach since kick off.
Manchester City got themselves back on winning ways as on Monday they grabbed an important home win over West Bromwich Albion.
Playing in front of their loyal fans at Etihad Stadium, City immediately took control of proceedings as they put on an attacking mode since kick off.
Liverpool keeping their lead at the top of English Premier League standings after successfully defeating one of their rivals, Manchester City on Sunday.
The home side immediately took control of situation as they got an early lead through Raheem Sterling after only six minutes of play.
Manchester City's title challenge is alive and well as this weekend they bagged a comfortably home victory over Southampton.
The home side looking really eager to pick up all three points and put that pressure on current leader, Liverpool.
Arsenal's ambition in getting their title challenge back on track was halted again as they were held into a 1-1 draw by rival, Manchester City.
Staging the tie at Emirates stadium, Gunners were looking to take charge of situation, but it was Man City that got things going as they went one goal up on 18 minutes from David Silva's finish.