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Aymeric Laporte's nightmare sees Man City bounced from UCL, Quadruple dream die

With Pep Guardiola once again crashing out of the Champions League, the FC panel confront the question of whether or not the City manager is overrated.

MANCHESTER, England -- Manchester City were knocked out of the Champions League by Tottenham Hotspur on away goals rule on a dramatic night at the Etihad Stadium. Raheem Sterling thought he had won the tie with a winner in injury time but the goal was ruled offside via the Video Assistant Referee and despite winning the game, 4-3, City go out at the quarterfinal stage.

Positives

It's difficult to take too many positives from the match as City crashed out of Europe in such a devastating way....

Virgil van Dijk voted for Manchester City's Raheem Sterling as PFA player of the year

Check out every goal from Week 6 in MLS, including a Diego Rossi hat trick and Nani's first two goals for Orlando City.
With the FA Cup final now set, the FC crew explain what Watford will have to get right in order to have a chance against Manchester City.

Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk says he voted for Manchester City's Raheem Sterling to be named PFA player of the year.

Van Dijk is one of the favourites for the award after helping Liverpool deliver a sustained Premier League title challenge, while Sterling has scored 15 league goals for City, their rivals for the league crown.

"I voted for Raheem Sterling," Van Dijk told reporters. "I did what I thought and I thought he deserves it. He's had a fantastic season. I could have voted for Bernardo...

Manchester City's Sterling: I would not walk off pitch after racist abuse

With the FA Cup final now set, the FC crew explain what Watford will have to get right in order to have a chance against Manchester City.
Pep Guardiola says Manchester City will fight to the very end to try and win the quadruple, but stressed how it would take a miracle to accomplish.
Manchester City advance to the FA Cup final with their 1-0 win over plucky Brighton, keeping their quadruple hopes very much alive.

LONDON -- Raheem Sterling has said he believes it is better to score and win when faced with racism than it is for a team to walk off the pitch.

Manchester City and England forward Sterling has become a key figure in the fight against racism, speaking out following incidents at Chelsea and Montenegro and criticising some media coverage of black players.

Some senior football figures, including City boss Pep Guardiola and Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp, have said they would be prepared to take players off...

Manchester City's Sterling arranges 550 FA Cup semifinal tickets for pupils from his old school

Man City rested many of their top stars in a comfortable 2-0 win over Cardiff that sees them return to the top of the Premier League table.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol delves into the latest transfer rumours surrounding Raphael Varane, Gabriel Jesus, Toby Alderweireld and plenty more.
English Premier League: Leroy Sane (44') Manchester City 2-0 Cardiff City
English Premier League: Kevin De Bruyne (6') Manchester City 1-0 Cardiff City

Raheem Sterling has arranged for 550 children from his old school to watch Manchester City's semifinal at Wembley on Saturday (live on ESPN+ 12:25 p.m. ET).

The City forward, who grew up close to the national stadium, has worked with the club to give pupils from Ark Elvin Academy the opportunity to be at the game against Brighton.

Sterling, 24, was raised on the St Raphael's estate in Wembley and attended Copland Community School, which was renamed Ark Elvin in 2014.

Sterling met 10 pupils from...

Kane: I would support teammates' 'walk off' over racial abuse

Gareth Southgate is deepy saddened after hearing monkey chants directed at his players during England's Euro 2020 qualifying match against Montenegro.
Steve Nicol explains why Harry Kane would be first out the door and on his way to a bigger club if Mauricio Pochettino leaves Tottenham.
Callum Hudson-Odoi calls on UEFA to take action and condemns the fans responsible for the monkey chants he heard during England's win over Montenegro.
Shaka Hislop calls on UEFA to do more than assessing a monetary fine, following alleged racial abuse directed at England players in Montenegro.

England captain Harry Kane said he would support any of his teammates in walking off the pitch if there was any repeat of Monday's racist abuse during their win in Montenegro.

UEFA have opened an investigation after England players Danny Rose, Raheem Sterling and Callum Hudson-Odoi said they were victims of the abuse in Podgorica.

Schoenfeld: Kane wants to conquer Premier League ... and NFL

Teenager Hudson-Odoi said he had heard monkey chants during England's 5-1 Euro 2020 qualifying victory.

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