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Manchester City F. C. LWP

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CategorySports
Version1.8.00a
DeveloperJigsaw Creations
Added1 year ago
App Views2 views
Votes0 votes
Google Rating4.6
Ratings5
by On April 7, 2013
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This live wallpaper is made for all who are fan of Manchester City Football Club. If you like our live wallpaper, please give us a 5 star rating!!== Instruction ==Home --> Menu --> Wallpapers --> Live Wallpapers --> Manchester City F. C. LWPNOTE: This is live wallpaper, so you can't open the app like you normally would. Just follow the instructions above and activate the wallpaper.=== More on Manchester City Football Club === Manchester City Football Club is an English Premier League football club based in Manchester. Founded in 1880 as St. Mark's (West Gorton), they became Ardwick Association Football Club in 1887 and Manchester City in 1894. The club has played at the City of Manchester Stadium since 2003, having played at Maine Road from 1923. The club's most successful period was in the late 1960s and early 1970s when they won the League Championship, FA Cup, League Cup and European Cup Winners' Cup under the management team of Joe Mercer and Malcolm Allison.After losing the 1981 FA Cup Final, the club went through a period of decline, culminating in relegation to the third tier of English football for the only time in their history in 1998. Having regained Premier League status, the club was purchased in 2008 by Abu Dhabi United Group and became one of the wealthiest in the world. In 2011, Manchester City qualified for the Champions League and won the FA Cup. In 2012, the club won the Premier League, their first league title for forty-four years.City gained their first honours by winning the Second Division in 1899; with it came promotion to the highest level in English football, the First Division. They went on to claim their first major honour on 23 April 1904, beating Bolton Wanderers 1–0 at Crystal Palace to win the FA Cup; City narrowly missed out on a League and Cup double that season after finishing runners-up in the League but City became the first club in Manchester to win a major honour. In the seasons following the FA Cup triumph, the club was dogged by allegations of financial irregularities, culminating in the suspension of seventeen players in 1906, including captain Billy Meredith, who subsequently moved across town to Manchester United. A fire at Hyde Road destroyed the main stand in 1920, and in 1923 the club moved to their new purpose-built stadium at Maine Road in Moss Side.Manchester City's stadium is the City of Manchester Stadium, also known as Eastlands and the Etihad Stadium since July 2011 because of sponsorship commitments. The stadium is situated in East Manchester and is part of a 200-year operating lease fromManchester City Council after the 2002 Commonwealth Games. The stadium has been City's home since the end of the 2002–03 season, when the club moved from Maine Road. Before moving to the stadium, Manchester City spent in excess of £30 million to convert it to football use.• Record League victory – 11–3 v. Lincoln City (23 March 1895, most goals scored) 10–0 v. Darwen (18 February 1899, widest margin of victory) • Record FA Cup victory – 12–0 v. Liverpool Stanley (4 October 1890) • Record League defeat – 0–8 v. Burton Wanderers (26 December 1894), 0–8 v. Wolverhampton Wanderers (23 December 1933), 1–9 v. Everton (3 September 1906), 2–10 v. Small Heath (17 March 1893) • Record FA Cup defeat – 0–6 v. Preston North End (30 January 1897), 2–8 v. Bradford Park Avenue (30 January 1946) • Highest home attendance – 84,569 v. Stoke City (3 March 1934) (remains the record home attendance in English football)• Most League appearances – 561 + 3 sub, Alan Oakes 1958–76• Most appearances overall – 676 + 4 sub, Alan Oakes 1958–76• Most goals scored overall – 177, Eric Brook 1928–40• Most goals scored in a season – 38, Tommy Johnson 1928–29• Record transfer fee paid – £35 million to Atlético Madrid for Sergio Agüero, July 2011• Record transfer fee received – £21 million from Chelsea for Shaun Wright-Phillips, July 2005

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