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Unsung hero Delph eyes City landmark

BEST FOOT FORWARD: Fabian Delph has emerged as a key figure for both club and country

Fresh from being handed the honour of captaining England, Fabian Delph is now on the threshold of another notable landmark as he approaches his 50th Premier League appearance for Manchester City.

Manchester City midfielder reinforces his importance for both club and country

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David Silva: City's Mr Incredible

HEAVEN SENT: The Magician, doing what he does

David Silva’s stats so far this season are evidence that the City playmaker is on course for one of his best season’s yet in sky blue.

How does El Mago stand up against Europe's top play-makers?

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From the archives: Swift half and a pre-match read

Picture Special

Back and Blue: City return to training

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City seek more capital gains at London Stadium

JUST CAPITAL: City ran out convincing 4-1 winners on our last appearance at the London Stadium in April this year

City return to Premier League action this weekend with the champions travelling to the London Stadium to take on West Ham United.

Manchester City seeking to maintain remarkable record at the London Stadium this weekend...

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100-up Sane's stunning City stats

'AVE IT!: Leroy enjoys the late winner in Hoffenheim

Leroy Sane made his 100th City appearance when he came on as sub against United in the 177th Manchester derby.

Ton-up Sane’s stunning stats

Media Watch

Media Watch: Press purr over Delph display

LIONS PRIDE: Fabian Delph was hailed for his key role in England's excellent 2-1 UEFA Nations League win over Croatia

Monday’s media round-up features handsome praise for Fabian Delph after England’s UEFA Nations League heroics, news of an emotional Spanish send-off for David Silva and a first international call-up for a City teenager.

Daily round-up of City news, views, gossip and opinion...

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City quartet help England to Nations League finals

NATIONS LEAGUE: Four City stars featured in England's win.

City quartet Fabian Delph, Kyle Walker, John Stones and Raheem Sterling helped England to secure a place in the Nations League finals with a 2-1 win over Croatia.

The four Blues were all named in Gareth Southgate’s starting XI for the Three Lions’ final group stage game, with Delph playing 73 minutes and Walker, Stones and Sterling playing the full 90.

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Messi and Aguero: Argentina's missing superstars

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