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  1. When are the World Cup stars back?published at 09:59 9 December

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    Those Manchester City players who didn't get to the World Cup had a couple of weeks off and are now in Abu Dhabi for some warm weather training - the likes of Erling Haaland, Riyad Mahrez, Stefan Ortega and Rico Lewis.

    For some of City's first-team players there were early exits. Kevin De Bruyne's Belgium and Ilkay Gundogan's Germany both crashed out in the group stage.

    That was followed at the start of the week by Spain's exit meaning Rodri and Aymeric Laporte won't be staying in Qatar for the final on 18 December.

    But when do they return to club action?

    Those out in the group stage will return to action next week (week beginning the 12 December). Those out in the last 16 will return a week later (from the 19th).

    Manchester City still have 11 players in Qatar across the eight teams in the quarter-finals - they'll all be hoping they don't have to arrange a return date with their club until after Christmas.

  2. Phillips looks to see the 'bigger picture'published at 18:57 8 December

    Kalvin Phillips admits he has on times been "a bit down" in training during his battle back to fitness from injury.

    The 27-year-old - signed for £42m by Manchester City from Leeds in the summer - has played just four domestic games this season due to a shoulder injury.

    He has played twice for England at the World Cup and when asked how he has coped with a lack of match action, said: "Just with the people around me to be honest and seeing my family as well. That has been a big boost.

    "It is the lads who I have trained with every day, particularly the ones that haven't played as much that have kept me going.

    "I have been a bit down in training a couple of times, because I felt like I could have played or I wanted to be on the pitch and it didn't happen. They've always had their arm around me and helped me a little bit.

    "I have been a lot happier since getting back into camp. The lads have been great with me. Sometimes you have to look at the bigger picture and the little role you can play to help the lads progress."

  3. 'Walker will back himself 100%'published at 10:13 8 December

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    Former England defender Stephen Warnock says Kyle Walker "will back himself 100%" to deal with France's Kylian Mbappe in the Three Lions' World Cup quarter-final on Saturday.

    Mbappe, 23, is the tournament's leading scorer with five goals in four games and is regarded as one of the stars of the tournament.

    "What you took out of that interview is that he [Walker] is so focused on the job at hand," Warnock told the World Cup Daily podcast.

    "When Walker knows someone is equal speed to him he adapts his game.

    "If he is running against someone not as quick he knows he can get away with it. He knows he doesn't need to be as switched on at times.

    "Whereas when he plays someone like an Mbappe who has that high-end speed and ability his focus changes in the game.

    "It will be very interesting to see how exactly he takes the battle on but he will back himself 100%."

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  4. Walker eyeing Euro 2024published at 15:04 7 December

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    Kyle Walker has signalled his intent to remain in the international fold beyond the Qatar World Cup.

    The England right-back, 32, has 72 caps for the Three Lions and is likely to start his second World Cup quarter-final on Saturday against France.

    "I'm a guy that takes a game at a time. I don't really look towards the future. I will go as long as possible, for myself, my family, my nation," he said.

    "I feel really fit, energetic and I want to achieve more. The hunger is still there so it's not going to happen anytime soon. But it will come to an end eventually.

    "In 2024, I'll be 34. As long as I'm performing well and the manager picks me then we will see."

    On the challenge of stopping France's Kylian Mbappe, Walker added: "I've come up against some of the best players in the world but I have to treat it just as another game. You have to give him respect but not too much.

    "Yes it will be a tough game but a team cannot just be about one person.

    "I'm not going to roll out a red carpet for him and tell him to score. It's a World Cup, it's do or die.

    "I'm not going home so I'm not going to let him ruin that for my family."

  5. City back together in Abu Dhabipublished at 13:41 5 December

    Mike Minay, BBC Radio Manchester

    After a couple of weeks off since the Premier League paused for the World Cup, those who haven't been to Qatar are linking up in Abu Dhabi for a bit of warm-weather training.

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has taken the likes Stefan Oretga, Scott Carson, Riyad Mahrez and Erling Haaland to the Middle East with some members of the EDS team too.

    Players such as Kevin de Bruyne and Ilkay Gundogan, who are now out of the World Cup following the exits of Belgium and Germany respectively, will be allowed a little downtime with family before joining up with the squad at a later date.

  6. Alvarez gets Aguero backingpublished at 15:04 1 December

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    Manchester City's record goalscorer Sergio Aguero says Julian Alvarez has shown a "superb adaptation" since joining the club.

    Alvarez, 22, joined City from River Plate over the summer and has notched seven goals in 20 appearances in all competitions.

    He was on target in Argentina's key win over Poland in the World Cup on Wednesday and his fellow Argentine Aguero said: “Arriving from Argentina and kickstarting your career in the Premier League - especially in a team filled with amazing players like City - is easier said than done.

    “However, he's had a superb adaptation. He has been able to find the net, yes, but most importantly, he's been able to suit Pep's vision perfectly – applying constant pressure, sprinting non-stop, finding gaps and partnering up.

    “It's been his first few months, but he's proven he's a talented and reliable player, up to the quality that a major club like City demand.”

  7. Direct De Bruyne and Belgium's 'disharmony'published at 09:49 1 December

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    Former Premier League striker Chris Sutton says that Jan Vertonghen is "thin-skinned" to be annoyed about Kevin de Bruyne's comments on the Belgium squad is "too old".

    The Manchester City midfielder played down the European side's chances of winning the World Cup to the media suggesting their team was "too old" which is rumoured to have caused tension in the Belgium camp.

    "There has been tension between some of the players after what has been said over the last few weeks," said Euro League expert, Kristof Terreur on the World Cup Daily podcast.

    "Romelu Lukaku tried to get them all on the same side. He is a bit of a peacemaker in the squad. He is popular with the young guys and the older guys so he tried to clear the air.

    "However I don’t think Vertonghen has forgotten about what De Bruyne has said, because he was offended by it. I was thinking just the same thing before the tournament that ‘we are too old to win the World Cup’. But De Bruyne has always been direct and very brutal, he has played with them for 10 years in that squad - they know what he is like and don’t need to feel offended."

    Vertonghen, 35, has 144 caps for Belgium and offers a wealth of experience in his third World Cup campaign.

    Chris Sutton added: "It is a bit thin-skinned to be offended by that.

    "They are old, he probably shouldn’t say it. He has said it and we are all thinking the same thing. But why is Vertonghen upset about that?"

    Belgium boss Roberto Martinez has called the news "fake" amid reports of clear-the-air talks with his squad ahead of their crucial third group game against Croatia on Thursday.

    "Now we have some outlets in Belgium that are quite happy to jump on fake news. That’s quite astonishing," Martinez said.

    Listen to the full episode on BBC Sounds

  8. City's Alvarez the man of the momentpublished at 08:29 1 December

    Julian Alvarez will be a name hot on the lips of football fans in Argentina today.

    The 22-year-old scored his fourth international goal at a crucial time to help secure his country top spot in Group C with a win over Poland.

    Argentine media were quick to celebrate the national team’s "resurrection" following their 2-0 victory.

    Calling the match "their best" of the tournament, Clarin newspaper said that through a “show of character”, the team was "reborn as a candidate in the World Cup".

    "The team took looked like a team. A team that did not have Messi as its saviour, but as its brain and wizard," it said.

    Brighton's Alexis Mac Allister and Alvarez both scored their first goals at the World Cup, with only Brazil (83) and Germany (77) now having more different scorers in the competition than Argentina (62, excluding own goals).

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  9. Foden's World Cup momentpublished at 07:48 30 November

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    Phil Foden got to experience the feeling of scoring for England at a World Cup on Tuesday while Kalvin Phillips made a key step on the road back from injury.

    Phillips has only played four times for City since joining from Leeds - and only once in the Premier League - so entering England's win over Wales just before the hour mark will no doubt be a boost for the midfielder and Pep Guardiola.

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  10. Ake stepping outpublished at 12:18 29 November

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    Will Manchester City maximise the confident displays Nathan Ake has shown so far at the World Cup?

    The 27-year-old has impressed in his two appearances for the Netherlands in Qatar.

    A defender who likes to step up with the ball and play feels very much like a Pep Guardiola dream.

  11. 'Enthusiasm, knowledge and immense desire'published at 09:44 29 November

    Former Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool defender Kolo Toure has made his first step into management.

    The 41-year-old has been on the coaching staff at Celtic and Leicester since retiring as a player.

    BBC Radio Manchester's Mike Minay has been digging into the detail and what's behind Wigan's motivation to bring Toure in.

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