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 By Simon Curtis

Man City need Carabao Cup win vs. Arsenal to put lingering anxiety to bed

Pep Guardiola insists that, despite Manchester City's impressive season so far, they now need to convert it into titles if they are to be one of the greatest Premier League sides.
Pep Guardiola says he can't fault his players intentions on the pitch after 10-man Manchester City were knocked out of the FA Cup by League One side Wigan.
The FC crew review Man City's stunning defeat at League One side Wigan in the FA Cup, focusing in on Fabian Delph's red card.

With thoughts of the Quadruple and any hope of winning the FA Cup now behind them, Pep Guardiola and his Manchester City squad switch focus to winning their first trophy of the season against Arsenal at Wembley this weekend.

In true, time-honoured City fashion, the defeat at Wigan on Monday instilled a frisson of doubt in supporters who had been drifting gently toward a new and pleasant land of certainty and serenity.

The old doubts of City and their passion for the unpredictable had all but vanished,...

Carabao Cup pits fading Wenger against innovator Guardiola

Arsene Wenger hasn't ruled out Aaron Ramsey for the Carabao Cup final and remains hopeful the midfielder will be available against Man City.
Arsene Wenger says winning Europa League is not how Arsenal want to qualify for next season's Champions League.

One is a manager near the peak, and the other is some way past his. When Pep Guardiola and Arsene Wenger meet on Sunday, the comparative nature of football will be underlined. One of them will emerge as the Carabao Cup winner; history indicates that it is likelier to be Guardiola, as he possesses the better record in their meetings and has won 18 major trophies in a decade in which Wenger has just three.

The Premier League table, which shows a 27-point gap between them, suggests that Manchester...

Transfer Rater: Harry Kane to Man City, Karim Benzema to PSG

The latest transfer rumours from around the world
The latest transfer rumours from around the world.

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Harry Kane to Manchester City

This is what happens when you are a top club but your excellent young team has failed to win a trophy: the vultures begin to circle....

 By David Mooney

After so much success, have Man City fans forgotten how to lose?

The FC crew review Man City's stunning defeat at League One side Wigan in the FA Cup, focusing in on Fabian Delph's red card.
The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on all things Man City, including how Pep Guardiola handles losing and what their FA Cup exit means for Tottenham.

Losing isn't something Manchester City fans have experienced a lot lately. Before Wigan's 1-0 victory in the FA Cup on Monday night, only Shakhtar Donetsk and Liverpool had taken maximum points from Pep Guardiola's side -- and the first was a meaningless Champions League tie, while the second was down to a mad 10-minute spell that a late rescue-attempt couldn't salvage.

But, despite a strong City line-up against the League One high-fliers, it was the underdogs who put in the better performance and...

 By Simon Curtis

Man City fans given stark reminder of past failures in Wigan defeat

Will Grigg scores his tournament-leading seventh goal to lead League One side Wigan past Manchester City and reach the FA Cup quarterfinals.
After an apparent confrontation between Sergio Aguero and a Wigan fan following Man City's FA Cup defeat, the FC crew discuss the incident and their concerns about fans storming the pitch.
The FC crew review Man City's stunning defeat at League One side Wigan in the FA Cup, focusing in on Fabian Delph's red card.

"Now the season is about trying to do two things: not overestimating the big teams and not underestimating the small ones."

The full irony of Pep Guardiola's sensible warning to his squad was that it had been uttered last week before the away game in Basel in the Champions League, and on the eve of a disastrous FA Cup quarterfinal exit at League One Wigan Athletic.

City's slick showing in Switzerland gave no clues to the jamboree of misplaced passes and under-par performances to come at the DW....

Quadruple dreams now over, Man City must regroup from Wigan shock

The FC crew review Man City's stunning defeat at League One side Wigan in the FA Cup, focusing in on Fabian Delph's red card.
Will Grigg scores his tournament-leading seventh goal to lead League One side Wigan past Manchester City and reach the FA Cup quarterfinals.
Pep Guardiola says he can't fault his players intentions on the pitch after 10-man Manchester City were knocked out of the FA Cup by League One side Wigan.
Nearly five years on from their FA Cup triumph, Wigan knocked out Manchester City yet again, this time ending the Premier League giants' hopes of a quadruple.

WIGAN, England -- Pep Guardiola always maintained it was unrealistic to think that Manchester City could win the quadruple, but it's almost more unfeasible that a side battling for promotion from League One would be the ones to kill off that dream.

City have gone to Premier League champions Chelsea, bitter rivals Manchester United and Serie A leaders Napoli, dominated them on their own ground and won. Meanwhile, title rivals Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal were methodically taken apart...