Immortalise time with this superb watercolour print of Andy Hinchcliffe’s flying back post header to make it 5. In a match dubbed “the Maine Road massacre” City’s youthful team beat United’s expensively assembled squad. Created by the team at Thatgoal.co.uk!
Ensure your man cave has a nostalgic feel with this vintage 1989 City subbuteo figure print. Maybe its Trevor Morley, David Oldfield or Ian Bishop or even Andy Hinchcliffe flying in at the back post to head home the fifth v them lot Sat 23 September 1989!
Give your iPhone a Mancunian feel with this laser engraved wooden iPhone case. With the City badge laser engraved into the wood, a unique PC bumper makes them much durable, less fragile, thinner and lighter than the whole wooden cases on the market.
Hide behind Experience the comfort of this Etihad Stadium Cushion when watching City at home (or take it with you to the ground). Made in Bury, the Etihad cushion adds a splash of City to any room, featuring the design of UK artist Jamie B Edwards.
Has it really been 15 seasons of wearing the Ginger Wig? You may have seen me at Maine Road. Or at the Etihad (or Wembley, Goodison, Villa Park etc) At every match donning a Tartan hat with ginger hair. The…
What to buy the male Manchester City fan? Check out these 9 Man City gifts perfect for the Manchester City man in your life. There’s something for every man with books, t-shirts, artwork and replica kits. Plenty of ideas so you don’t have to buy any more socks!
Those of you who follow me on twitter @thegingerwig or those of you who have seen me at the matches will assume that I am Scottish. I’ve had more of my share of “see you Jimmy” comments and even been…
Follow Dennis Tueart as he wins the FA cup with Sunderland, League Cup with City, playing in the USA and his time as a director at City. Learn about how City could have become Juventus’ feeder club and being given a soap massage by Don Revie!
Have you ever argued who the best City player ever was? What about all these teams of the century, or teams of manchester that newspapers and radio stations highlight to encourage audience participation? Well no more do we have to worry about…