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As members of City Football Group, Manchester City and NYCFC are committed to harnessing the power of football to create a sustainable and socially responsible organization while engaging and empowering its community of fans, employees and players.

Named Global Sports’ Most Innovative Team by Sports Innovation Lab, Manchester City recognizes the role of the work environment in fostering culture and success and the new partnership with WeWork will provide UK-based employees and in Singapore an inspiring and collaborative workspace, whenever they need it.

As a global organization, employees will also be able to access additional flexible space at WeWork locations around the world.

Premier League: defending champions Manchester City and New York City FC team up with We Work

Premier League: defending champions Manchester City and New York City FC team up with We Work

In addition, New York City FC employees will be equipped with WeWork All Access passes, allowing them to work from any WeWork location in the city and around the world, choosing the location that works best for them.

Stephan Cieplik, senior vice president of global partnership sales, City Football Group, said: “We are delighted to welcome WeWork as a new partner of Manchester City and New York City FC.

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Premier League: defending champions Manchester City and New York City FC team up with We Work

“As part of an organization operating on a global scale, it’s important that we provide our staff with access to flexible, high-quality facilities to help us harness innovation, collaboration and success.

“The WeWork team has impressed us with their commitment to our shared values, solutions and facilities and we look forward to working with them throughout the partnership.

Premier League: defending champions Manchester City and New York City FC team up with We Work

Roger Solé, Marketing Director of WeWork said: “As global organizations sharing values ​​of innovation and collaboration, we are truly delighted to become an official partner of Manchester City and New York City FC.

“Our goal at WeWork is to inspire and enable teams to work together in a more flexible and collaborative way through our intentionally designed spaces in major markets around the world.

“It’s great to see both clubs recognize how WeWork can provide the right workspace to foster their innovative culture and we look forward to seeing their teams flourish within the WeWork community.

Premier League: defending champions Manchester City and New York City FC team up with We Work

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Premier League Team of the Week http://keeptherubbersidedown.net/premier-league-team-of-the-week/ http://keeptherubbersidedown.net/premier-league-team-of-the-week/#respond Tue, 14 Sep 2021 06:32:54 +0000 http://keeptherubbersidedown.net/premier-league-team-of-the-week/

The fourth round of the 2021/22 Premier League season was dominated by one man, even before a ball was kicked, and Cristiano Ronaldo justified the hype with a typically striking second start for Manchester United.

Returning in the United No 7 shirt for the first time since leaving the club for Real Madrid over 12 years ago, Ronaldo made an immediate impact by scoring twice in the 4-1 victory over Newcastle United to send a packed Old Trafford.

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There was also a triumphant return for Romelu Lukaku, who scored his first goals for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the 3-0 win over Aston Villa as the Belgian striker continues his impressive start to the second round with the Blues.

The weekend started with Crystal Palace inflicting a 3-0 defeat to Tottenham to 10 players at Selhurst Park as Nuno Espirito Santo suffered his first Premier League loss as manager of Spurs.

Arsenal went on to secure their first points of the season with a 1-0 win over promoted Norwich, while there were also one-goal wins for champions Manchester City at Leicester City and for top-flight Brighton at Brentford.

Wolves claimed their first Bruno Lage-era league victory by beating Watford 2-0 at Vicarage Road and Southampton and West Ham played a goalless draw at St Mary’s.

On Sunday, Liverpool maintained their strong start to the season with a 3-0 victory at Leeds United, which saw Mohamed Salah score his 100th Premier League goal, although the opportunity was tarnished by a horror injury to Harvey Elliott .

The round then ended at Goodison Park on Monday night when Everton came back from behind to beat Burnley 3-1, thanks in part to a superb goal from Andros Townsend.

In the photo gallery above, Richard Jolly has selected his Premier League team of the week. To go to the next photo, click on the arrows or if you are using a mobile device, just swipe your finger.

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Indian Premier League: Bairstow and Malan withdraw, citing personal reasons http://keeptherubbersidedown.net/indian-premier-league-bairstow-and-malan-withdraw-citing-personal-reasons/ http://keeptherubbersidedown.net/indian-premier-league-bairstow-and-malan-withdraw-citing-personal-reasons/#respond Sat, 11 Sep 2021 11:23:00 +0000 http://keeptherubbersidedown.net/indian-premier-league-bairstow-and-malan-withdraw-citing-personal-reasons/

Sunrisers Hyderabad opener Jonny Bairstow and Punjab Kings batsman Dawid Malan have withdrawn from the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) for personal reasons.

England and India players were supposed to travel to the United Arab Emirates from Manchester together in a bubble-to-bubble transfer, but cases of COVID-19 in the visitors’ camp have forced IPL teams to make their own arrangements.

The fifth test between India and England has also been postponed indefinitely after a junior physio tested positive for the virus before the game.

Other Indian support staff, including Chief Ravi Shastri, were already in quarantine after testing positive for the virus in the fourth test at the Oval.

All players arriving in Dubai are now required to complete a six-day quarantine and that could be the reason for Bairstow and Malan’s withdrawal.

A BCCI official told PTI that the two players will not be part of the IPL which resumes on September 19.

“They will not be boarding the flight to the United Arab Emirates. One of the reasons for their withdrawal is the six-day quarantine they did not need to do earlier,” the official said.

While Bairstow is a regular at the Sunrisers roster, world number one drummer T20 Malan made his IPL debut with the Kings earlier this year.

Bairstow had 248 points with a strike rate of over 141 in seven games earlier this season.

Bairstow and Malan were both part of the England test squad in Manchester.

There are also doubts about the presence of English all-rounder Chris Woakes in the IPL. He plays for the Delhi Capitals.

Bubble life has taken its toll on the players and with the T20 World Cup to follow in the United Arab Emirates, not playing IPL would allow Bairstow and Malan to spend more time with the family.

The two are also part of England’s Ashes plans, but the Down Under tour is also currently in doubt, with Australia imposing some of the world’s toughest restrictions on inbound travelers during the COVID era.

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Manchester City face the prospect of picking third-choice goalkeeper Scott Carson for their Premier League clash against Leicester City on Saturday with No.1 Zack Steffen recovering from COVID-19.

Eight Premier League players could miss the weekend’s games after sources told ESPN that the Brazilian FA invoked a FIFA rule that prevents players from being listed for their clubs if they are not released for a international duty.

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The Premier League has barred players from joining their country if that meant going to countries on the red list.

This means City would do without first-choice goaltender Ederson while substitute Steffen tested positive for COVID-19 while on international duty with the United States, meaning Carson, 36, could get the green light to start against Leicester City at King Power Stadium.

The former England goalkeeper has only made one senior appearance since arriving at Etihad Stadium in Derby County, initially on loan, in 2019.

Sources told ESPN that the Premier League is in talks with Brazilian authorities and FIFA to try to resolve the situation and that there is still hope that Ederson will be cleared to play.

In addition to City, players from Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Everton and Leeds United are also affected.

Under FIFA regulations, players can be banned for five days after the end of an international break. If not reversed, United midfielder Fred and Chelsea defender Thiago Silva will miss out on Tuesday’s Champions League games as well as the next round of Premier League games.

Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino, Fabinho and Alisson have been included, along with Leeds striker Raphinha, who was first called up to the Brazil squad.

Richarlison of Everton, however, was not included in the roster as Everton allowed the striker to play in the Olympics when regulations did not require him to.

City are hopeful that Kevin De Bruyne will be available for the trip to Leicester after the Belgian midfielder returns to training following an ankle injury.

Phil Foden has also returned to training after injuring his foot during Euro 2020.

The 21-year-old, who is set to sign a new long-term contract at the Etihad, is set to return but will be assessed before a decision is made on his chances of facing Leicester.

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The 9 Premier League signings and departures you may have missed this summer transfer window http://keeptherubbersidedown.net/the-9-premier-league-signings-and-departures-you-may-have-missed-this-summer-transfer-window/ http://keeptherubbersidedown.net/the-9-premier-league-signings-and-departures-you-may-have-missed-this-summer-transfer-window/#respond Wed, 01 Sep 2021 16:02:00 +0000 http://keeptherubbersidedown.net/the-9-premier-league-signings-and-departures-you-may-have-missed-this-summer-transfer-window/

The summer window had been completely taken care of by rumors surrounding Harry Kane’s departure from Spurs, with Lionel Messi signing for PSG and Cristiano Ronaldo joining Manchester United.

It has been one of the craziest summers ever for rumors and big money moves, with Jack Grealish becoming Britain’s most expensive signing as he joins Manchester City for £ 100million.

This means a lot of Premier League signings have gone under the radar and we’re here to make sure you don’t miss a thing.

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