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The 1987–88 season was Manchester City’s first season since relegation the previous year. Finishing 9th overall. They did have a famous victory over Huddersfield winning 10-1. In the FA Cup victories over Huddersfield, Blackpool and Plymouth were followed by a 4-0 defeat to Liverpool.
1987-88 season review
£3.00
This was City's second season on the run in division 2. By the time of the final match of the 1988-89 season, City were in second place in Division Two with a goal difference of 24, but Crystal Palace were only three points behind with a goal difference of 19. This meant the nervous Blues had to get a point from their last match at Bradford to be certain of promotion.
1988-89 Season Review
£3.00
Back in division one and a 14th position at the end of the season. Memorable game v Man United ended in a 5-1 victory capped off by that magnificent Andy Hinchcliffe goal
1989-90 Season Review
£3.00
Howard Kendall built a strong Manchester City side that spent the first few months of the season near the top of the table, but left in November, with City in fifth, to return to Everton, justifying his move by claiming that Manchester City was his affair but Everton was his marriage.
1990-91 Season Review
£3.00
The 1991–92 season saw another solid campaign for Peter Reid's Manchester City side as they finished 5th in the top flight for a second season running. The season featured two draws against rivals Man United.
1991-92 Season Review
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The 1992–93 season was Manchester City's fourth consecutive season in the top tier of English football, and their first season in the inaugural year of the breakaway Premier League.
1992-93 Season Review
£3.00
Manchester City sacked manager Peter Reid just four games into the season, and quickly confirmed Brian Horton of Oxford United as his replacement. Finished in 16th position.
1993-94 Season Review
£3.00
The 1994–95 season was Manchester City's sixth consecutive season in the top tier of English football, and their third in the Premier League. The big Summer signing saw a familiar name return to Maine Road, Summerbee!, Not Mike but his son Nicky who joined from Swindon for £1.5M.
1994-95 Season Review
£3.00
During the 1995–96 English football season, Manchester City competed in the FA Premier League (known as the FA Carling Premiership for sponsorship reasons). Finished in 18th position and were relegated.
Season Review 1995-96
£3.00
Alan Ball was sacked soon after Manchester City's 1996-97 Division One campaign got underway. Despite decent form under caretaker manager Asa Hartford, the board opted to appoint former Crystal Palace manager Steve Coppell as Ball's successor, only for him to resign after just 6 matches in charge and 33 days as manager, claiming that the job was too much pressure for him. Phil Neal took over on a caretaker basis for 10 games; however he lost 7 of these and by Christmas, City were in the bottom half of Division One and had turned to former Nottingham Forest manager Frank Clark to arrest the decline. Manchester City finished 14th in the final table.
1996-97 Season Review
£3.00
1997-98
This DVD was
not issued probably
due to relegation
Manchester City were able to make an immediate return to Division One, thanks to a play-off final victory over Gillingham in a penalty shootout, having drawn level from 2-0 down with 89 minutes of normal time played. The dramatic victory ensured that City's first season in English football's third tier ended in promotion, bringing some success to the club after two relegations in three seasons.
1998-99 Season Review
£3.00
After gaining promotion to the First Division following a thrilling play-off final against Gillingham, Manchester City won a second successive promotion, coming second in the First Division behind Charlton Athletic, to return to the top flight of English football after a five-year absence.
1999-00 Season Review
£3.00
2000-2001
This DVD was
not issued probably
due to relegation
After relegation this time around the team was promoted at the first time of asking, with it winning the First Division by a clear 10 points while scoring more than 100 league goals for the first time since the 1957–58 season.
2001-02 Season Review
£3.00
The 2002–03 season was Manchester City Football Club's first season back playing in the Premier League again after having been relegated from it at the end of the 2000–01 season. This was the club's sixth season playing in the Premier League since its initial formation as the top tier of English football ten years earlier, with Manchester City as one of its original 22 founding member clubs
2002-03 Season Review
£3.00
After finishing ninth during the club's final season at 80-year-old Maine Road, Manchester City's debut season at the City of Manchester Stadium was a major disappointment. Qualifying "Fair Play" slot in the UEFA Cup competition City reached the second round proper thanks to aggregate victories against The New Saints and Lokeren, but exited the competition on the away goals rule after two draws against Polish club Groclin.
2003-04 Season Review
£3.00
After a dismal season and finishing 16th in the league, City embarked on a new campaign, eager to make their new stadium a fortress and give the big boys a run for their money. But, City being City, it never quite works out like that.
2004-05 Season Review
£3.00
The blues pre-season was disrupted by the pursuit of City starlet Shaun Wright-Phillips. The youngster had turned in some brilliant performances for City and broke into the England squad, which then alerted the top clubs to come and take a look. Arsenal were first to make a move, but when Chelsea offered £21m for the winger, it was difficult for the blues to turn down.
2005-06 Season Review
£3.00
The 2006–07 season proved tough for club which skirmished with relegation from the Premier League and ended up finishing in 14th position. In December 2006, the club issued a statement regarding a possible takeover,[4] and on 21 June, the Manchester City board accepted an £81.6 million offer for the club from Thaksin Shinawatra. One of his first moves was to schedule a press conference to announce former-England manager Sven-Göran Eriksson as his new manager
2006-07 Season Review
£3.00
Newly infused funds from the club's wealthy Thai owner Thaksin Shinawatra  came at quite a fortuitous time for the team, and Eriksson was very active in the summer transfer market as he spent approximately £30 million adding eight relatively high-profile players to the City first team squad.
2007-08 Season Review
£4.00 2xDiscs
The club started the season under the private ownership of UK Sports Investments Limited (UKSIL), a company controlled by former Thailand prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, but it was announced on the morning of Monday 1 September 2008 (the last day of the summer transfer window) that Abu Dhabi-based Abu Dhabi United Group Investment and Development Limited (ADUG) had completed a takeover of Manchester City in a deal worth a reported £200 million.
2008-09 Season Review
£3.00

2009-10 Season Review
£3.00

2010-11 Season Review
£3.00

2011-12 Season Review
£4.00 2xDiscs

Season Review 2012-13
£3.00

2013-14 Season Review
£6.00 3 x DVD's

2014-15 Season Review
£3.00

2015-16 Season Review
£5.00  2 DVD's

2016-17 Season Review
£3.00

2017-18 Season Review
£5.00
 

The Time Of Our Lives
Sky Sports TV Show
£2.50

Blue Moon Rising
£4.00
 

City v Arsenal 2018
Carabao Cup Final
£2.50

 City v Chelsea 2019
  Carabao Cup Final
£2.50

Maine Road - A Short
Audio Play on CD
£2.50


 

City of Champions 2013
Documentary
£3.00
 

 

 

3 Disk Set
Amazon Series
 £9.25 incl. postage

Maine Road to Glory
113 Year History

£3.00

City v Charlton 1985
Bradford v City 1989
Promotion Special
£3.00

Inside Manchester City
Behind theScenes 2014

£3.00

City v Watford
FA Cup Final 2019

£3.00
 
         
         

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