Terrible pitch on Wembley for Tottenham vs Manchester City

Horrible grass cover awaits Tottenham and Manchester City teams who face each other in the derby of the 10th round of the Premier League. The grass at Wembley stadium is in poor condition, which will not be approved by the two managers Mauricio Pochettino and Pep Guardiola.

On the last day,few hours before the game starts, the stadium support teams are doing their best to bring the terrain in a decent way.

The bad condition of the grass is due to the matches of the US National Football League that are held in London. Over the past 15 days, three games have been played at Wembley, the last one between Jacksonville Jaguars and Philadelphia Eagles being played just 24 hours before today’s match between Tottenham and City.


The treasure that poured the sheiks in Manchester City

Manchester City’s Arab Sheikh Mansour has invested more than 1,3 billion pounds since joining the club, according to the latest financial reports.

The Sheikhs took over the “Citizens” in 2008, and from that moment the team became three times champion in the Premier League – 2011/2012, 2013/2014, 2017/2018, two English Cups, three League Cups, two “Shield Comenius”, and once reached the 1/2 finals in the Champions League (2015/2016). The purchase of the club was about 150 million pounds.

For comparison, only Roman Abramovich, the owner of Chelsea, has invested a similar amount of money – almost 1.17 billion. pounds (over 1,311 billion pounds since joining the club in 2003).

The report reveals that “citizens” have generated 500 million pounds of revenue for the last season in which they won the England title with a record number of points – 100, and a record number of goals – 106.


The lords of England with half a billion dollars

England’s Manchester United champion announced a £500M profit for last season.

The club is making a profit for the fourth consecutive season – 10, 4 million pounds after being bought by Arab Sheikh Mansur Bin Zayed Al-Nihain, the Abu Dhabi Group.

The encouraging financial report for City’s future comes a few months after winning England’s title for the first time under the direction of Pep Guardiola with a record 100 points and 106 goals scored.

“Our adventure is not yet over, we have more goals to achieve, and we always strive for more,” said President Haldun Al Mubarak.

President Ferran Soriano added that the club’s progress in the Champions League is on the agenda.

Before the Sheikh era – in the 2007/2008 season. the profits of “citizens” amounted to 104 million euros, less than the Turkish Fenerbahce.

Now only Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Bayern München and Manchester United generate more revenue than City.