Injuries leave Man City with Mendy dilemma

Joao Moutinho of Wolverhampton Wanderers

Joao Moutinho of Wolverhampton Wanderers

Raheem Sterling has arranged for 500 pupils from his former school to attend Manchester City's FA Cup semi-final with Brighton at Wembley.

Sterling grew up near Wembley Stadium and has enabled the hundreds of children at Ark Elvin Academy to watch him in action.

As a boy, Sterling went to Ark Elvin Academy, which is a stone's throw from Wembley Stadium where tomorrow's match will be played, and has been praised by teachers for his "most generous donation".

'I was one of those kids.

Sterling has been known to make significant charitable donations in the past, and in 2017 made a "substantial" undisclosed donation to the fund set up in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire. His latest gesture is a joint collaboration with the club.

President Trump: Windmill 'noise causes cancer'
The depth of Trump's antipathy for wind power, however, may extend beyond the limits of reason. The result is that the wind farm will go ahead, and that Trump is liable for all legal bills .

Manchester City's FA Cup semi-final at Wembley this weekend will kick-off a three-game run in the capital city, spanning over just eight days.

Manchester City returned to the top of the league with a 2-0 win over Cardiff City on Wednesday night and manager Pep Guardiola has said that City can not afford to drop any points as they aim to defend their Premier League title.

Guardiola's side will face Tottenham at their new stadium in the Champions League in mid-week before travelling to face Crystal Palace, looking to bolster their search for back to back league titles. Man, Sterling really is the goodest egg in the Premier League carton.

An estimated 92 per cent of pupils at the school come from a minority ethnic background, with 36 per cent on free meals. "We know that if we work hard and follow our passion, we can do anything we want".

Recommended News

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.