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 By David Mooney

Future at Manchester City bright with club committed to youth

Manchester City are steadily improving their youth team set-up with players like Brandon Barker, pictured, impressing in the UEFA Youth League.

When Manchester City were subject to a shock takeover in September 2008, the landscape changed.

The paupers became the princes and the supporters enjoyed the ride of being linked to the superstars of the game. That deadline day, they signed Robinho from Real Madrid for around £32million and from that moment on, the club became the story.

Amid the supporters' excitement, there was disgust from other quarters at how the new owner could splash such funds on the playing staff, especially during...

Chelsea on cusp of a generational shift amongst fans in Southeast Asia

Amir Mirza, centre, Gerald Sim, left, and Zikry Azahar are among the new generation of Chelsea fans in Singapore.

Singaporeans Jayden Goh, 9, and Amir Mirza, 12, are young fans of the English Premier League. But they do not support Liverpool or Manchester United like their respective fathers. The duo have been passionate Chelsea supporters from the age of seven.

Jayden is an ardent admirer of playmaker Eden Hazard whom he wants to emulate when he grows up. Amir is still in awe of Frank Lampard, even though the veteran midfielder has since moved to Manchester City. And, with Chelsea on course for their fourth...

 By Steven Kelly

Is Daniel Sturridge the latest Liverpool striker whose best was short-lived?

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth and Ross Dyer weigh in on the impact that Daniel Sturridge's latest injury will have on Liverpool and their top four hopes.

Liverpool lost ground to Manchester United in the Premier League after their 2-1 defeat on March 23. They also lost the services of Steven Gerrard and Martin Skrtel for three games each through suspension. Now it appears Daniel Sturridge has picked up yet another knock and could miss a month's worth of upcoming fixtures.

It might have been better for the club if they'd just handed United the points beforehand and rested for a few weeks. The loss of Sturridge might only have been delayed anyway...

 By Simon Curtis

Manchester City, Manuel Pellegrini must regroup after international break

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini speaks after his team's 3-0 victory over West Brom.

Manchester City's form has them set to finish in fifth place this season.

This was the startling news one website brought us earlier this month in light of City's drastic slump on the pitch. If, we were told, this ever-patchier form continued, City would risk falling out of the fabled top four and losing their place at the Champions League table.

More recently, the Manchester Evening News also published a supposed supporter poll where -- among others -- Yaya Toure, Samir Nasri and Edin Dzeko had...

 By Phil Lythell

Eden Hazard should win Player of the Year awards by a landslide

The ESPN FC crew react to Chelsea forward Eden Hazard's latest comments about his side's elimination from the UEFA Champions League.

Now that the flowers are starting to bloom and leaves returning to the trees, it is almost time for the big prizes to be handed out. One has already been allocated, of course, with the Capital One Cup now residing at Stamford Bridge but the Premier League and FA Cup are still being pursued. Although another visit to Wembley is out of the question this campaign, there is a significant chance that the title might also be returning to West London.

The other accolades still in the offing are the individual...

 By Jim Daly

Palace's Pardew and Jedinak deserve end of season award consideration

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew says he hopes his players 'respond' to the Eagles fans who have been offered free coach travel to Stoke City for Saturday's Premier League game.

We're approaching that part of the season when the awards start to get polished, the tuxedos get ordered and the champagne gets put on ice, but will there be be any Palace staff celebrating? In a word, no. Despite impressing plenty and looking like they'll finish way higher than preseason expectations, out-performing plenty of bigger teams, there won't be any awards for Eagles players or managers come May.

The best chance the club has of being represented at a glitzy award ceremony is manager Alan...