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Being the son of cult hero Uwe means Colin is likely to know more about the club than most 16-year-olds. Colin is forging his own path at the club though, starring in defensive midfield during the U18s' excellent start to the season.
We asked Colin some questions about what makes him tick...
I was born in Germany, grew up in Norway and moved to England when I was 10 so I like to call myself European.
I’m way too young to remember my dad’s career and I wasn’t even born while he was at City!
My first City memory is when they played away at Schalke in the UEFA Cup in that bright orange kit. I know we won but what I remember most about it really is how bright that kit looked on TV!
Growing up in Norway it wasn’t as professional as here but I would still spend my summers playing football all day until it went dark.
In Norway you get brought up with winter sports so I did lots of downhill and cross-country skiing. I was never that good, it was just for fun until I could play football again.
Me and my dad play quite a bit of golf when we both have days off. Other than that, I guess I’m quite focused on my football.
Wolf of Wall Street.
It’s mainly a mix of hip-hop, rap and house.
When you look at Manchester from a foreign country, the first thing you think about is the two massive football clubs. I’ve been to quite a few derby games while I’ve been living here and the atmosphere is totally different to any other matches I’ve experienced..
Manchester City faced Everton in the second round of U18s Premier League fixtures.
Lee Carsley's side held by West Brom in Premier League opener.
Lee Carsley’s team face a difficult start to their Premier League campaign.