Manchester City have a very unique global expansion strategy. After adding the New York City FC, Yokohama Marinos and Melbourne City FC football clubs under the Manchester City umbrella, Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s club is planning to add a Chinese club to an already powerful portfolio.
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A reaction over the top? Not sure. A Vietnamese fan, disappointed in Manchester City players attitude, burnt 10 tickets for the Citizens friendly game. All he asked was from the City players to say “hi”.
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City Football Group, Abu Dhabi based group -owner of Manchester City, New York City FC and Melbourne City – has announced a £400,000 football charity initiative through its Cityzens Giving programme.
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35 supporters of Paris Saint-Germain filed a complaint with the European Commission and joined in the action pending before the Court of First Instance of Brussels.
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Car manufacturers are getting more serious about football. After Chevrolet’s grand entry with Manchester United, Nissan has replaced Ford as Champions League sponsor and inked a deal with Manchester City. But what does that mean for the car manufacturer?
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Melbourne City Football Club has announced a five year sponsorship deal with Etihad Airways. The agreement includes jersey naming rights as well as joint initiatives to develop junior football schools, and competitions and promotional airfares for club fans.
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Manchester City extends its footprint on global football by acquiring the Melbourne Heart and Yokohama Marinos, respectively part of the A-League and J-League. In the long run, what does that mean?
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The new Major League Soccer franchise, New York City FC, will kick off their debut season next year at Yankee Stadium. It was a pending decision, and so far, NYCFC will play at the home of the New York Yankees.
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First Gulf Bank, one of the major banks in the UAE, has agreed a new three year partnership with Manchester City FC to become the club’s Official Affinity Credit Card Bank Partner in the region.
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Manchester City has named South Korean electronics firm LG as the club’s Official Digital Display Partner in a two-year deal.
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Manchester City put their footprint on the football world in a meaningful way. After falling into Nike teams portfolio, Manchester City launched their Home Kit in New York simultaneously with the announcement of being the 20th MLS franchise. A few days ago, the Citizen launched their away kit in Hong Kong.
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Manchester City Football Club has expanded its global online presence by launching ten new international websites, creating the broadest multilingual website offering in football in the process.
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