The Cityzen Abroad is a New York based Manchester City Football podcast featuring Analysis, News & Opinion. New episodes every week. Available on iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud and Google Play
On this week's experimental episode, I live-pod during today's Champions League match between Man City and Olympique Marseilles. I share my thoughts on the match, weigh in on some burning City topics, and stress the importance of that seemingly elusive second goal
On this week's episode, I welcome City to the 20-21 season with a recap of their opening 3 points vs. Wolves - a tale of two halves - and discuss what has happened in the transfer window so far as well as what might still be to come.
On this week's episode, I review the terrible Premier League loss in the Manchester Derby to United and talk about the optimism from their Champion's League win vs. Dinamo Zagreb. Also, not that the Premier League is lost, I discuss how to prioritize the Champions League and how to salvage City's almost lost season.
On this week's international break episode, I start with news of "The Special One's" return to the Premier League before welcoming on Ryan Nesmith, host of The "I Believe" USMNT Podcast. We discuss his favorite EPL team, Man City of course, then jump into some US Men's National Team soccer talk.
On this week's episode, I break down everything about the crushing City defeat at Anfield which puts them in 4th place, 9 points behind the title leaders, Liverpool. I finish up with a few new and notes on Monoco, Sterling and Bernardo's suspension.
On this week's episode, I discuss the wild and wacky week that was for Kyle Walker. From falling asleep on defense to scoring a later winner to playing KEEPER, Walker did it all this week in the days leading up to the biggest game of the season, vs. Liverpool at Anfield.
On this week's episode, I recap City's last 2 easy victories over Aston Villa in the Premier League and Southampton in the Carabao Cup. I then explain why Arturo Vidal and Claudio Bravo are "not friends" and why Bravo failed in the Premier League.
On this week's episode, I recap City's victories over Crystal Palace and Atalanta and preview this weekend's match vs. Aston Villa. I discuss Jesus' development, what I can't figure out about Cancelo, and why it is time for Stones to step up and Foden to play more.
On this week's episode, I cover the good, the bad, and the VAR from City's controversial draw with Spurs on the weekend. I talk lineup problems, individual errors, singular greatness and a player I think is making "The Leap". All that plus my VAR rant.
On this week's episode, I touch on some quick News & Notes before diving into all the Man City transfer news. I talk Steffen, Angelino, De Ligt, Maguire, Delph, and the Joaos', Cancelo and Felix. I finish up with a deep-dive SWOT analysis of City's first offseason transfer, Rodri.
On this week's episode, I celebrate the cherry on top of City's season, a 6-0 victory in the FA Cup Final over Watford. I take time to say goodbye a legend, The Captain, Vincent Kompany and talk about the end of an era. Finally, we wrap up with some transfer talk.
On this week's episode, I start with a special clip and jump right in to celebrate Manchester City's historic Back-to-Back Premier League Championships. Later in the episode though, I unfortunately have to address the New York Times article about UEFA and a possible Champions League Ban.
On this week's episode, I discuss the thrilling match vs Spurs which resulted in City exiting the Champions League and why Pep Guardiola is at fault. I also discuss Phil Foden and Ederson's great performances vs Spurs on the weekend and what I want to see in the Manchester Derby.
On this week's episode, Jon Seigle and I discuss City's continued pursuit of the Quadruple. First, we recap the weekend's 3-1 win over Crystal Palace and preview this week's Champions League 2nd Leg vs Spurs. We also talk about big-picture topics around the remaining Premier League schedule and how Pep's comments on Man City fans and the Champions League.
On this "In the News" episode I discuss all the news around City's 1-0 loss to Tottenham in the Champions League Quarterfinals. I discuss the Spurs injury updates, Pep's decision making, Fernandinho and Gundogan's quotes and try to figure out who City's leader is.
On this episode, I give a few quick thoughts on City's lineup and performance vs Tottenham in the Champions League and on Kyle Walker's possible red vs Brighton in the FA Cup. After that, I'm joined by James Rose from the Who Kicked the Corner Flag Podcast. We discuss today's Champions League match and what to expect in the next leg.
On this week's episode, I discuss all the goings on during the international break. We check in with Raheem Sterling, Leroy Sane and Oleksander Zinchenko on their international sides. I'll also discuss some "In the News" topics about City hard men and why Kevin De Bruyne is making me nervous.
On this week's "In the News" episode I'm joined by Joe Ricci from viewsofablue.com to discuss the Champions League Round of 16 results, and possible Quarterfinals draws as well as the New York Times Raheem Sterling article and the contract situations of Bernardo Silva, Leroy Sane, and Ilkay Gundogan.
On this episode I discuss today's 7-0 demolition of Schalke to move on to the Quarterfinals of the Champions League and the 3-1 victory over Watford to stay in 1st place in the Premier League. Also, City youth, why the injury crisis might be good and Sterling for POY.
On this week's episode, I discuss Real Madrid's exit from the Champions League and what that means for City. Also, back in first place in the Premier League! How they got there, what they need to do to stay and of course, I talk Gundogan and Mahrez.
On this week's episode I am BACK to talk all things City and check in on 3 of this year's competitions. I'll talk the Premier League win over West Ham, City raising the Carabao Cup, defeating Chelsea and the comeback victory over FC Shalke in the knockout stage of the Champions League.
On this week's episode I talk transfer deadline day and City's sneaky signing. I then go into the loss to Newcastle and whether or not that means Liverpool has won the league. Finally, I go back to City's 5-0 romp over Burnley in the FA Cup.
On this week's episodes I recap a sloppy but easy 3-0 victory over Huddersfield and City's victory lap 10-0 aggregate win over Burton on the way to the Carabao Cup finals. I'll talk about the best front 3 in the world, Swaggy Ri not playing, SOME of the City kids starting and go on a transfer rant after Barcelona's scoop of Frenkie de Jong.
On this week's episode I welcome back Nico Morales to recap City beating a shorthanded Wolves team. After that I give Nico a host of Man City hot takes and ask him to be the voice of reason to all the crazy fans (including myself sometimes).
On this week's episode I welcome Joe Ricci from viewsofablue.com. We discuss City's huge win over Liverpool, their 7-0 beatdown of Rotherham and preview their upcoming Carabao Cup semi vs Burton Albion. We also go deep on City's transfer strategy in January and beyond.
On tonight's episode, it's City v Liverpool and nothing but! I recap City's scintillating 1-0 victory over the Premier League leaders. I'll go in depth on the play that may be the turning point of the season, the controversial non-red card and where I think City's front 3 ranks in world football. All that and plenty of other topics from today's epic match.
On this week's episode I dissect Man City's holiday collapse and identify the reasons for their pre-Christmas loss to Crystal Palace and the Boxing Day defeat by Leicester City. I'll talk about the roles played by Pep, Ederson, Walker, Delph, and Mendy among others.
On this week's episode we start with the Champions League draw and the sacking of the Special One. From there I'll recap the Everton and Leicester matches discussing Sane being Silva, Jesus maybe being Sterling, the Baby Sharks being players and KDB being back!
On this week's episode I compare and contrast two very different City performances. First, I dissect the Ticky Tacka let down at their big test vs Chelsea and explain why it was a systematic failure. I'll then jump to a brighter note after that and go over today's physically and mentally tough comeback win over Hoffenheim.
On this week's episode I dive deep into Man City's 3-1, total victory over cross-town rivals Manchester United in this year's first Manchester Derby. I cover it all, from Mourinho sitting his superstars to Sterling's step-overs and everything in between.
On this week's episode I take on Der Spiegel's hit piece on Man City. I discuss why it's bias(or possibly worse) and what the FFP rules were put in place to do. I then break down City's 14 goals to 1 week talking about Fulham, Southampton and Shakhtar before weighing in on what City has to do in this weekend's Manchester Derby.
On this episode I'm joined by James Rose, a noted Tottenham fan and host of the 'Who Kicked the Corner Flag' podcast. James and I break down City's 1-0 victory at Wembley and discuss Riyad Mahrez's arrival, Raheem Sterling's contributions and missing Kyle Walker on the City side. We also get into Dele Alli's new deal, Harry Kane's slow start and the possibility of Poccettino to Real Madrid for Spurs.
On this's week's episode I begin on a serious note by discussing the situation at City Watch with much of the staff departing en masse last weekend. From there I jump into City's convincing victories over Burnley in the Premier League, Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League and then wrap it up by previewing the matchups for Monday's big match vs Tottenham.