Nasri looks on in horror as Kompany drops Capital One Cup

Vincent Kompany captained Manchester City to their first League Cup title since 1976 on Sunday, and nearly broke the trophy.

Kompany almost dropped the Capital One Cup mid-lift when its detachable base slipped out of the Belgian’s hands. The base didn’t make it, but Kompany went on to hoist the remains as if nothing ever happened.

Samir Nasri was not as calm.


Gunners set to offer boss new deal?


According to the English newspaper Daily Star, Arsenal are set to offer manager Arsene Wenger a new contract. The Gunners boss is in his 18th year at the club and the north London club want to extend his tenure.

Elsewhere, Borussia Moenchengladbach’s Dutch striker Luuk De Jong has issued a come-and-get-me plea to Newcastle and Samir Nasri’s dad has blasted Newcastle’s Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa for a ‘spiteful’ tackle that almost ended his son’s World Cup dream.

To read these rumors and the rest of Tuesday’s transfer gossip, click here.


Manchester City POV training with a GoPro

If you’ve ever wondered what a Premier League practice looked like from a player’s point of view, your questions have been answered.

Thanks to a GoPro video camera, Manchester City have given fans a look at what training is like through the eyes of Carlos Tevez, Joe Hart, and Samir Nasri. It’s fascinating to see the precision passing from such a close angle.

Hopefully next time they keep the cameras on after training so we can see what it’s like riding home in Ferraris and hitting the clubs in Manchester.


PSG eyes double Premier League swoop


French giants PSG are eyeing a double swoop for two of the Premier League’s finest French imports. After talks of Wayne Rooney hopping over the channel to the mega-rich club, could PSG be the next force to be reckoned with on the world stage? Find out who they’re after and more in today’s Paper Chase.


Harsh or fair?

Manchester City’s Samir Nasri was sent off in Saturday’s clash against Norwich after he was fouled by Sébastien Bassong (who received a yellow card).

Nasri confronted him after the hard challenge, letting his emotions get the best of him. The referee showed him a straight red card — but was it the right call? Let us know what you think. It seemed quite harsh to us.