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Manchester City boss gives update on Silva, De Bruyne and Delph before Spurs clash

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has confirmed David Silva is fit to face Spurs on Sunday.
The Guardian Feb 10, 2016

Manchester City’s David Silva in Spain to find cure for injured ankle

• Silva a serious doubt for visit of Tottenham on Sunday• City optimistic of return for League Cup final and Champions LeagueDavid Silva has flown to Spain for treatment from the national team’s medical department on his injured ankle, with Manchester City hopeful he could return for their three potentially season-defining fixtures this month.Silva suffered the problem in Saturday’s 3-1 defeat by Leicester City at the Etihad Stadium, the 30-year-old being forced off on 77 minutes. This was the Spaniard’s ninth separate ankle injury since he joined City in June 2010 and the forward...
London24 Feb 10, 2016

Manchester City receive injury blow with key man set to miss Spurs clash

Manchester City playmaker David Silva is set to miss Sunday’s game against Tottenham with an ankle problem.
Manchester City injuries: David Silva adds to Pellegrini crisis

Manchester City injuries: David Silva adds to Pellegrini crisis

Midfielder hurt his ankle in the 3-1 defeat to Leicester and is a serious doubt for the clash with Tottenham.
Sergio Aguero and David Silva are on the Manchester City bench - but who are the youngsters sitting with them?

Sergio Aguero and David Silva are on the Manchester City bench - but who are the youngsters sitting with them?

Cameron Humphreys, Angelino, Brandon Barker and Bersant Celina all in the mix along with world-class stars.
The Guardian Jan 27, 2016

Manchester City too potent for Everton after Manuel Pellegrini’s changes pay off | Paul Wilson

After a cautious start, Manchester City’s attacking blend proved too much for Everton and their manager’s inspired substitutions made the differenceWhen Manuel Pellegrini spoke of his side only needing to win 1-0 at home after losing the first leg at Goodison, he obviously realised that such a relaxed bordering on complacent approach would blow up in his face should Everton score the first goal.With that in mind the home side began cautiously, prepared to bide their time in the opening period. Yaya Touré was not stationed in an attacking role between David Silva and Raheem Sterling, as...
Manchester City: David Silva form dip has been down to a troublesome injury

Manchester City: David Silva form dip has been down to a troublesome injury

Pellegrini backing Man City aces Silva, De Bruyne and Sterling to hit the heights again soon
The Guardian Jan 13, 2016
Manchester City v Everton: Premier League – live!

Manchester City v Everton: Premier League – live!

Manuel Pellegrini’s side look to close the gap on Arsenal against an Everton side who have perked up in the last week or so. Follow it live with Tim HillEmail tim.hill@theguardian.com or tweet @timmyhilleh 4.37pm GMT Tim will be here shortly. In the meantime, here’s why David Silva is calling for toil, conscientiousness, and hard work: Related: David Silva wants Manchester City to be a mean machine without Kompany
Bitter and Blue Jan 13, 2016

Manchester City v Everton: Injury Update

Manager Manuel Pellegrini gave the following injury update: "It was good to rest both (David Silva and Yaya Toure) of them as they're in the squad list for tomorrow - we'll see who will be in the XI but we have to play two games so close together so we'll see," Manuel declared. "Silva is 100% fit - maybe it's a risk for him to play Wednesday to Saturday. "Kompany, Mangala, Fernandinho, Nasri and Bony - those five players are injured and not fit for tomorrow's game. "Mangala tried to work yesterday with normality but he couldn't. He had some pain still in his muscle - for him, it's best...
Manchester City: David Silva opens up about dip in form

Manchester City: David Silva opens up about dip in form

Man Citys Spanish star says he can keep improving and admits winning the Champions League is his main priority
The Guardian Jan 12, 2016
David Silva wants Manchester City to be a mean machine without Kompany

David Silva wants Manchester City to be a mean machine without Kompany

• Playmaker urges City to tighten defence after Vincent Kompany blow• City captain may not return until final part of the seasonDavid Silva has said Manchester City must work hard on conceding fewer goals, especially now their captain, Vincent Kompany, may not return until the closing part of the season because of his latest calf injury.Kompany suffered the 13th separate problem with his calf muscle since he joined City in August 2008 during the 4-1 Boxing Day win over Sunderland when he came on as a second-half substitute. Related: Arsenal and Manchester City battling to sign two Nigeria...
Manchester City missing Vincent Kompany - but David Silva has a solution

Manchester City missing Vincent Kompany - but David Silva has a solution

The Man City skippers absence has caused the Blues problems but they could go back to the top of the Premier League if results go their way on Wednesday.

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