If January is a vantage point for teams to see what they can still win, and what will be beyond them, Manchester City can be happy with their perch. 2014 was only the second year in the club’s history that they won two major trophies, but 2015 offers the prospect of unprecedented achievement.
It sounds slightly unlikely, if only because City are that rarest of things in modern football: a low-key high-end team. For the last few years they have managed to avoid off-field attention with impressive dexterity. Even their replacing Roberto Mancini with Manuel Pellegrini in 2013, controversial atRead More »from Treble-winners in waiting? It's now or never if this Manchester City side are to achieve true greatness