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Aguero and De Bruyne nominated for Ballon d'Or

Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne have been nominated for the 2016 Ballon d’Or.

The Argentinian was the first nominee to be revealed as France Football unveiled five of the 30-man group this morning, with his Blues midfielder unveilved in the second announcement.

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FT: City 1 Southampton 1 - As it happened

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Guardiola: We are together

PENSIVE PEP: Guardiola looks on as his side look for a way to break down Southampton

Pep Guardiola insists he is not worried about City’s dip in form.

Pep Guardiola reflects on Man City's 1-1 Premier League draw with Southampton at the Etihad Stadium.

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Aguero and Kompany start for City

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Gundogan: We're Good Enough

SMILEY: Ilkay Gundogan smiles for the camera at the City Football Academy

Gundogan ready for important Premier League match up

Ilkay Gundogan says City will take plenty of learnings from last time out in the Premier League was the Blues look to recapture their early season form against Southampton at the Etihad on Sunday.

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City without Zabaleta for Saints clash

City will be without Pablo Zabaleta for the Premier League match with Southampton on Sunday.

With Bacary Sagna sidelined with a hamstring injury, that leaves boss Pep Guardiola with a selection headache ahead of the match.

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Talking Points: In Pep we trust...

EASY DOES IT: Pep Guardiola calls for calm

Plenty to go at with some sensationalistic headlines debunked and a warrior saluted...

Club Journalist @dclaytion_mcfc takes a look at five talking points from the Barca game and ahead to Southampton's visit...

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Where to watch: City v Southampton

LEVELLER: Nolito celebrates with Raheem Sterling

City take on Southampton in the Premier League on Sunday, seeking a return to winning ways. Here are the TV channels you'll need to tune into, to watch from around the world.

Find out which TV to watch City v Southampton in your country.

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Nolito: Barca defeat must draw us closer

NO HOLDING BACK: Nolito and Lionel Messi

City forward Nolito belives City must use the Barcelona defeat to become stronger as a group.

Lionel Messi (three) and Neymar scored in a 4-0 win for the hosts, while City also had Claudio Bravo sent off for a handball outside the box.

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