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Cityzens Wembley displays announced

In the build-up to the Carabao Cup final we gave Cityzens two opportunities to help inspire the players against Arsenal.

And we can now reveal which song lyrics and which images will be on display when we face the Gunners at Wembley.

Thousands of Cityzens had their say on which song should take pride of place in the Blue half of the famous stadium and you also submitted your fan photos, which will greet Pep Guardiola’s squad when they enter the changing room before kick-off.

The design of our giant fan banner will remain a secret until it's unveiled on the day, but we can reveal that with 40% of the vote the winning song lyric was: ‘The Boys In Blue – Will Never Give In’.

We also selected more than 70 images for our wall of fan images, which will adorn the Wembley dressing room and you find out below whether your photo has been included.

If you’ve not been selected this time, don’t worry as we’ll continue to use your photos on our website and in future fan surprises.

So, keep sharing them on Twitter and Instagram using #WEARECITY.

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Manchester City are delighted to announce we will be hosting a Women at the Game event on Wednesday 7 March.

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STATEMENT: Manchester City FC offers its heartfelt sympathy to all victims

Firstly, and most importantly, following today’s events at Liverpool Crown Court, Manchester City FC offers its heartfelt sympathy to all victims for the unimaginably traumatic experiences they have endured.

No one can remove their suffering or that of others who suffered sexual abuse as children as a result of their involvement with football.