Manchester City: 5 Things We Learned from Preseason Friendly vs. AmaZulu

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Manchester City: 5 Things We Learned from Preseason Friendly vs. AmaZulu
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Kolarov keeps getting noticed for regrettable reasons.

Manchester City's two South African preseason friendly matches at SuperSport United FC and AmaZulu FC were both broadcast in the United States on beIN Sport.

Most likely, beIN Sport paid for the rights to broadcast these matches.

Next season, City might consider paying beIN Sport not to broadcast their dress rehearsals.

After dropping a desultory 2-0 result in Pretoria to SuperSport FC, the Sky Blues finally managed to get on the board against AmaZulu but still ended up on the wrong end of a 2-1 score line in Durban.

City are still winless in the Manuel Pellegrini era (more on him momentarily), and while these results do not "count," certainly no one associated with Manchester City Football Club can be too pleased with what they are seeing so far.

At least the team's activity off the pitch is going according to plan, as both Alvaro Negredo and Stevan Jovetic are soon to be Citizens. (Both links per ESPNFC.com).

So no panic here, not hardly. City have to be better than this once the whole side comes together.

Don't they?

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