MANCHESTER – Manchester City confirmed the arrival of three new players recovering from injury when they travel to the headquarters of Everton on Saturday (01/10/2015) night. They are captain Vincent Kompany, Sergio Aguero and Edin Dzeko, as reported Sportsmole, Saturday (01/10/2015).
Of course the news was so good news for coach Manuel Pellegrini and The Citizens loyal fans worldwide. Currently, the club is based at the Etihad Stadium, it requires a complete squad to win and stick to the Premier League standings, Chelsea.
Aguero has packed 19 goals from 21 appearances for City this season and suffered a knee injury in early December. Likewise with Dzeko who suffered a calf injury in mid-December. The presence of both are required to score against their opponents.
In fact, because of injuries to both, forcing the club management plans to bring Swansea City striker, Wilfried Bony in 2015. While the January transfer window, where Kompany takes to motivate his colleagues on the field are often discouraged in the middle of the game.
It can be seen as Manchester Blue must draw 2-2 with Burnley after being 2-0 up at half-time. Moreover, their team midfield general, Yaya Toure could not play in the match against Everton because they must defend the Ivory Coast national team in the African Cup on January 17 to February 8, 2015.