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THINGS WE LOVE: What's caught our attention in the world wide web this week?

THINGS WE LOVE: What's caught our attention in the world wide web this week?

What's caught our attention on the world wide web this week?

In our latest edition of Things We Love, Club Journalist Caroline Oatway rounds up the best of the internet's offerings from the past seven days…

Music and me

It’s no secret Gael Clichy likes his music.

Remember in 2015, when he revealed to CityTV he takes a full set of DJ decks on tour with him?!

Well, he’s been talking tunes once again with Kicca, sharing his thoughts on the King of Pop Michael Jackson.

In an interesting comparison, Clichy describes him as the musical equivalent of Cristiano Ronaldo and Leo Messi.

Watch and enjoy…

Remember your roots

A story of goodwill.

Everton winger Yannick Bolasie repaid his former club Hillingdon Borough – who used to award him a free burger for scoring a goal.

The Club, though financially stable, were at risk of not existing due to a lack of support; but Bolasie stepped in to offer advice and save the side he represented in the early days of his career.

Step forward

Some wonderful news reached us this week…

Neto – a survivor of the tragic Chapecoense plane crash – has taken his first steps without crutches.


Blue ink

Obviously, we love City ink and although we don’t know who specifically is responsible for having this emblazoned onto their skin, we are impressed.

The Stoke’s on you

Very cheeky, this from Stoke City, who put one football fan in his place following criticism of former Blue Glenn Whelan!

That’s a rap

Big fan of Oldham Athletic’s signing announcement on Twitter…

Willo’s world

An insightful piece on ex-City man Willo Flood’s career journey – and the challenges he’s had to face, including a burglary at knifepoint!

Very much worth a read


Fan debut

We all remember our first game and the memories of walking up those steps to look upon Maine Road (or the Etihad Stadium if you’re younger than I!) for the first time.

It’s a special moment for any football fan, and we were moved by this young Sheffield Wednesday fan’s reaction to seeing Hillsborough for the first time.

All together now… Awwwwwww!

Anything we’ve missed? Tweet us @ManCity and share your favourite finds from the week!

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Sunderland, Stoke & Liverpool games moved for TV

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Three of Manchester City’s March Premier League fixtures have been rearranged for live TV coverage.

Home games against Stoke and Liverpool respectively will now take place at a different time, as will the away trip to Sunderland.

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Man City prepare for Palace