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Odds on Yaya Toure to be PFA Player of Year

Yaya Toure is 8/1 with BetVictor to be named PFA Player of the Year for the 2014/15 season after vowing to remain at Manchester City. Toure's agent Dimitri Seluk sparked speculation about his future just days after City lifted the Barclays Premier League title, claiming Toure was hurt by the club's failure to mark his birthday despite a video on the club's website showing Toure being presented with a birthd ...

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Man City Capped

Manchester City will have their net spending on transfers limited to £49million next season but they remain 7/4 favourites with BetVictor to retain their Premier League crown. The club have agreed a settlement offer with UEFA as part of wide-reaching sanctions for breaching UEFA's financial fair play rules. The sanctions imposed on them include a 60million euro fine (£49million) - a record for football, tho ...

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Dzeko Header Earns City Win

Edin Dzeko is among the favourites to top the Premier League goalscoring charts in 2013/14, and the Manchester City striker grabbed the only goal of the game as his side saw off South China in their first match of the Barclays Asia Trophy. The Bosnian striker, who is 20/1 with BetVictor to land the Golden Boot, scored a first-half header from a James Milner cross to earn new boss Manuel Pellegrini a maiden ...

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