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City v West Ham: Training gallery

Aleks Kolarov

Aleks Kolarov

City tuned up for the Premier League clash with West Ham with an Etihad Stadium training session on Friday.

Manuel Pellegrini's men are looking for a record 12th successive Premier League win against the Hammers and to maintain their perfect domestic start.

The mood was upbeat at the stadium and as our picture of Aleks Kolarov above shows, some hard graft was put in.

Check out more shots below:

Class is permanent... David Silva talks to City great Mike Summerbee

David Silva and Mike Summerbee

Belgian boys... Vincent Kompany and Kevin De Bruyne

Vincent Kompany and Kevin De Bruyne

Having a laugh... Kolarov and boss Pellegrini

Manuel Pellegrini and Aleks Kolarov

Case for the defence... Nicolas Otamendi and Ruben Cousillas Fuse

Nicolas Otamendi

Sterling work - Raheem in action

Raheem Sterling

Star studded - Yaya Toure puts a ball in the net

Yaya Toure

Eye on the ball - Fernando, with Martin Demichelis in pursuit


Gone fishing? Demichelis and compatriot Sergio Aguero in conversation

Martin Demichelis and Sergio Aguero

Young guns... Patrick Roberts (left) and Kelechi Iheanacho (third right)

Kelechi Iheanacho

Stadium shot - the new south stand in the background

Stadium shot

Goals on his mind? Sergio Aguero is fit again

Sergio Aguero

Support the team in aiming for a record 12 Premier League wins in a row as they take on West Ham on Sat 19th Sept at 5.30pm. Make sure you don’t miss out on another memorable game at the newly-expanded Etihad Stadium and buy your tickets now or enjoy the game in the new 93:20 bar from £60 + VAT.

Hospitality is also available – Experience the new Legends suite from £150 + VAT and enjoy a matchday like a Legend. You can book online, call our hospitality team on +44 161 444 1894  (option 1, option 2) or email hospitality@mcfc.co.uk.

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