Premier League clubs have an obligation to have women's teams, Manchester City chairman Khaldoon al Mubarak has said.
Manchester City Women were relaunched in 2012, with the club investing heavily in players including England internationals such as Steph Houghton, Karen Bardsley and Jill Scott, and won the league four years later.
But many other Premier League clubs have been slow to start a women's team, including neighbours Manchester United, who will launch their side in the second tier next...
Manchester City chairman Khaldoon al Mubarak has warned their rivals that they expect the club to get even stronger over the next decade.
Owner Sheikh Mansour will have been with the club for 10 years in September following their unforgettable deadline day takeover and he has invested heavily in the club, winning three Premier League titles during his time.
Al Mubarak says the Abu Dhabi billionaire is committed to the long-term future of the club and is ready for it to grow even bigger over the...
Manchester City chairman Khaldoon al Mubarak says it was "relatively easy" to convince manager Pep Guardiola to extend his stay at the Etihad Stadium.
The Catalan signed a two-year contract extension keeping him at the club until 2021, meaning he will be with the club a total of five years in total -- more than his four at Barcelona and three with Bayern Munich. Guardiola said it was "a pleasure to be able work" at City and Al Mubarak says they have aimed to bring a positive culture to the club.
Vincent Kompany has told ESPN FC that manager Pep Guardiola has laid the foundation for Manchester City to achieve prolonged success in the Premier League.
Guardiola signed a contract extension through the 2020-21 season on Thursday, and Kompany, who earlier this month celebrated winning the league title with City for a third time, believes the manager has the right mix of knowledge and approach to get the best out of his players.