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The CityTV cameras were on hand to document one of our favourite days on the calendar.
The Cityzens Weekend saw fans in Manchester, and thousands more around the world -following online via new website mancity.com and social channels - welcome new manager Pep Guardiola, and witness the launch of the new Club badge and home kit for 2016-17 season.
“The reception today wasn’t bad! Thank you for coming here in your house – my new house – I am so, so glad to be here. Thank you to Manchester City for giving me this amazing opportunity here in Manchester, in England. I am pretty sure we are going to enjoy it.”
The Club will throw open its doors open to thousands of fans for Cityzens Weekend, a free, two-day event that brings together fans from around the world to celebrate the launch of the new Club badge, introduce new manager, Pep Guardiola, to the fans and reveal the new kit for the first time.
The new badge, lauded as a “modern original”, marks a return to its historical round shape and features a series of iconic Manchester symbols - the ship, the three rivers and the red rose of Lancashire.
We’re entering a new chapter, embracing the changing habits of a booming social and highly mobile audience, and are excited to launch this fresh digital experience for our rapidly growing fan base nationally and across the globe.