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Manchester City in History

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Manchester City in HistoryArsenal-Aston Villa-Birmingham City-Bolton Wanderers-Chelsea-Everton-Liverpool-Manchester United-Tottenham Hotspur-West Ham United-Wolverhampton Wanderers

1970-03-29Manchester City of England win 10th European Cup Winners Cup against Grnik Zabrze of Poland 2-1 in Vienna

1995-05-14At 43 years, 162 days Manchester City goalkeeper John Burridge becomes the oldest player to appear in an EPL match, a 3-2 home defeat to Queens Park Rangers

2011-03-05David Silva scores 38 winner as Manchester City scores 1-0 win over Wigan at City of Manchester Stadium to start EPL record 20 home game winning streak; streak ends 31/3/12

2011-05-14English FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London (88,643): Manchester City beats Stoke City, 1-0; Yaya Tour scores 74 winner; Citizens 5th title

2012-03-21Sergio Agero & Samir Nasri score to give Manchester City 2-1 win over Chelsea at City of Manchester Stadium; EPL record 20th consecutive home win; streak ends with 3-3 draw v Sunderland 31/3

2012-04-30Manchester City defeat Manchester United 1-0 in what is claimed to be the biggest match in the English Premier Leagues history

2012-05-13Manchester City win the English Premier League for the first time

2012-05-13Manchester City beats QPR 3-2 at City of Manchester Stadium to win English Premier League title on goal difference from Manchester United; Citizens recover from 21 down with 2 stoppage-time goals; first EPL title decided on goal difference

2013-05-11English FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London (86,254): Wigan Athletic upsets Manchester City, 1-0; Ben Watson scores 90+1 winner

2014-05-16Paris Saint-Germain F.C. & Manchester City F.C. are each fined €60 million for breaching Fair Play Regulations

2017-08-26Manchester City scores a 2-1 win at Bournemouth to start EPL record 18 game winning streak; Raheem Sterling scores for City but is sent off with 2 yellow cards in injury time

2017-12-27Raheem Sterling scores to give Manchester City 1-0 win over Newcastle United at St. James Park; EPL record 18th consecutive win; streak ends with 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace 31/12

2018-05-09Manchester City smashes EPL records in 3-1 win over Brighton - most goals (105), most points (97) and most wins (31)

2018-05-13Manchester City ends the EPL season with a 1-0 win at Southampton having smashed 11 Premier League records including biggest title winning margin (19 points) and most points (100)

2019-05-12Manchester City beats Brighton, 4-1 to claim back-to-back English Premier League titles with 98 points, 1 ahead of runners-up, Liverpool

2019-05-18English FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London (85,854): Gabriel Jesus & Raheem Sterling each score twice as Manchester City thrash Watford, 6-0, completing an unprecedented domestic treble

2020-01-12Argentine striker Sergio Agero becomes top-scoring overseas player in English Premier League football history with a hat-trick in Manchester Citys 6-1 rout of Aston Villa; total 177 takes him past Thierry Henry

2020-02-14UEFA places 2 year ban on Manchester City from European club competition for committing serious breaches of club licensing and financial fair play regulations; EPL champions also fined €30million

2020-02-29Watford beats Liverpool, 3-0 at Vicarage Road; first Reds loss since Manchester City January 2019; ends joint-longest winning streak (18) and second longest unbeaten run (44) in English top-flight football history

2020-06-25Liverpool FC clinches first EPL soccer title in 30 years with 7 games to spare as Chelsea beats second-placed Manchester City, 2-1 at Stamford Bridge

2021-04-20All six EPL clubs withdraw from the controversial European Super League just 3 days after it was announced - Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham

2021-05-29UEFA Champions League Final, Porto: Kai Havertz scores just before halftime to give Chelsea a 1-0 win over Manchester City in an all-English final; Blues second CL title

1909-05-26Matt Busby, Scottish soccer forward (Manchester City, Liverpool) and manager (Manchester United 1945-69, 7071; Scotland 1958), born in Orbiston, Bellshill, Scotland (d. 1994)

1910-02-06George Poyser, English soccer defender (Brentford) and manager (Notts County, Manchester City), born in Stanton Hill, England (d. 1995)

1913-12-26Frank Swift, English soccer goalkeeper and journalist (19 caps; Manchester City 376 games; died Munich air disaster), born in Blackpool, Lancashire (d. 1958)

1914-08-09Joe Mercer, English soccer midfielder (5 caps; Everton, Arsenal) and manager (Manchester City, Aston Villa, England 1974), born in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire (d. 1990)

1923-10-22Bert Trautmann, German soccer goalkeeper (Manchester City 508 games; FWA Footballer of the Year 1956), born in Bremen, Germany (d. 2013)

1927-07-10Don Revie, English soccer forward (6 caps; Leicester City, Hull City, Manchester City, Sunderland, Leeds) and manager (Leeds, England, UAE), born in Middlesbrough, England (d. 1989)

1932-11-06Ron Saunders, English soccer striker (Portsmouth) and manager (Manchester City, Aston Villa, Birmingham City), born in Birkenhead, England (d. 2019)

1932-12-25Peter Swales, British soccer executive (Chairman Manchester City FC 1973-93; vice-president English FA), born in Manchester, England (d. 1996)

1940-02-24Denis Law, Scottish footballer (Manchester United, Manchester City), born in Aberdeen, Scotland

1940-03-02Billy McNeill MBE, Scottish soccer defender (29 caps; Celtic) and manager (Celtic, Manchester City, Aston Villa), born in Bellshill, Scotland (d. 2019)

1942-09-07Alan Oakes, British footballer (Manchester City), born in Winsford, England

1944-10-11Rodney Marsh, British football forward (9 caps; QPR, Manchester City) and broadcaster (Sky Sports), born in Hatfield, England

1946-02-26Colin Bell, English soccer midfielder (48 caps; Manchester City 394 games), born in Hesleden, England (d. 2021)

1949-05-29Brian Kidd, English soccer forward, coach, manager (England 2 caps, Manchester City), born in Manchester, England

1962-04-24Stuart Pearce, English soccer defender (78 caps; Nottingham Forest) and manager (England U-21 2007-13; Great Britain Olympic team 2012; Manchester City), born in London, England

1963-11-01Mark Hughes, Welsh soccer striker and manager (72 caps; Manchester United 256 games; Blackburn Rovers, Manchester City, Stoke City), born in Wrexham, Wales

1964-10-07Paul Stewart, British footballer (Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool), born in Manchester, England

1966-10-06Niall Quinn, Irish soccer striker (92 caps, Rep of Ireland; Manchester City, Sunderland), born in Dublin, Ireland

1971-01-18Pep Guardiola, Spanish football midfielder & manager (Spain 47 caps, manager Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Manchester City), born in Santpedor, Spain

1972-11-01Paul Dickov, Scottish soccer striker and manager (10 caps; Manchester City, Leicester City), born in Livingston, West Lothian

1972-11-06Garry Flitcroft, English soccer midfielder, manager (Manchester City, Blackburn Rovers), born in Bolton, Lancashire

1973-03-02Trevor Sinclair, English soccer winger (12 caps; Blackpool, West Ham, QPR, Manchester City), born in Dulwich, England

1977-11-05Richard Wright, English football goalkeeper and coach (Manchester City), born in Ipswich, England

1979-07-13Craig Bellamy, Welsh soccer forward (78 caps; Newcastle United, Norwich City, Manchester City), born in Cardiff, Wales

1979-09-21Richard Dunne, Irish soccer defender (80 caps, Republic of Ireland; Everton, Manchester City, Aston Villa, QPR) and broadcaster (BT Sport), born in Dublin, Ireland

1981-10-25Shaun Wright-Phillips, English footballer (Manchester City), born in Greenwich, England

1982-09-02Joey Barton, English soccer midfielder (1 cap; Manchester City, Newcastle, QPR, Burnley) and manager (Fleetwood Town, Bristol Rovers), born in Huyton, England

1984-11-30Nigel de Jong, Dutch soccer midfielder (81 caps; Manchester City, AC Milan), born in Amsterdam, Netherlands

1985-11-21Jess Navas, Spanish soccer utility (45 caps 2021; Sevilla, Manchester City), born in Los Palacios, Spain

1986-04-10Vincent Kompany, Belgian footballer (Manchester City, Belgium National Team), born in Uccle, Brussels, Belgium

1987-04-19Joe Hart, English soccer goalkeeper (75 caps; Manchester City 266 games), born in Shrewsbury, England

1988-06-02Sergio Agero, Argentine soccer striker (96 caps; Manchester City; leading overseas goal scorer in EPL history), born in Buenos Aires, Argentina

1988-06-24Micah Richards, English footballer and sport pundit (Manchester City), born in Birmingham, England

1994-12-08Raheem Sterling, British-Jamaican football player (Manchester City, English national team), born in Kingston, Jamaica

1995-09-10Jack Grealish, English footballer (Manchester City), born in Birmingham, England

1997-04-03Gabriel Fernando de Jesus, Brazilian football player (Manchester City, Brazil national team), born in São Paulo, Brazil

1998-01-15Chloe Kelly. English footballer (Manchester City), born in Manchester, England

1958-02-06Frank Swift, English soccer goalkeeper and journalist (19 caps; Manchester City 376 games), dies in Munich air disaster at 44

1989-05-26Don Revie, English soccer forward (6 caps; Leicester City, Hull City, Manchester City, Sunderland, Leeds) and manager (Leeds, England, UAE), dies from MND at 61

1990-08-09Joe Mercer, English soccer midfielder (5 caps; Everton, Arsenal) and manager (Manchester City, Aston Villa, England 1974), dies of Alzheimers disease at 76

1994-01-20Matt Busby, Scottish soccer forward (Manchester City, Liverpool) and manager (Manchester United 1945-69, 7071; Scotland 1958), dies from cancer at 84

1995-01-30George Poyser, English soccer defender (Brentford) and manager (Notts County, Manchester City), dies at 84

1996-05-02Peter Swales, British soccer executive (Chairman Manchester City FC 1973-93; vice-president English FA), dies at 63

2013-07-19Bert Trautmann, German soccer goalkeeper (Manchester City 508 games; FWA Footballer of the Year 1956), dies from heart failure at 89

2019-04-22Billy McNeill MBE, Scottish soccer defender (29 caps; Celtic) and manager (Celtic, Manchester City, Aston Villa), dies from dementia at 79

2019-12-07Ron Saunders, English soccer striker (Portsmouth) and manager (Manchester City, Aston Villa, Birmingham City), dies at 87

2021-01-05Colin Bell, English soccer midfielder (48 caps; Manchester City 394 games), dies at 74