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Manchester City Football Club was founded in 1880. In 1904, Manchester City won the FA Cup for the first time, but in the following 30 years, it has been in a sea of relegation. In the 1930s, Manchester City won a series of honors, including the FA Cup in 1934 and the first league title in 1937, but it is incredible that in the second year after winning the league title, Manchester City was relegated to the second division as the defending champion.

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In 1956, Manchester City won the third FA Cup trophy, ushering in a glorious era. They won the First Division title in 1968, the FA Cup in 1969, and the European Cup Winners' Cup and League Cup in 1970.

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However, from 1983 to 2002, the Manchester City team began a process of ups and downs, and they changed levels ten times in these years. In 2002, under manager Keegan, Manchester City finally returned to the Premier League and in 2003 moved from Maine Road to the brand new Manchester City Stadium. However, the team's record has been unsatisfactory, always hovering in the middle and lower reaches of the standings, and it has been difficult to get out of the relegation zone in the last two seasons.

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Since Manchester City was promoted to the Premier League in 2002, the results have been erratic and the club has changed hands several times, including Kevin Keegan, Stuart Pierce, and Sven Goran Eriksson. On July 6, 2007, former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Chinnawat bought Manchester City for £81.6 million and became the new owner of the club. Since the arrival of Thaksin Chinnawat, Manchester City has spent a lot of money on acquiring players, sending letters to Elano Blumer, Martin Ivaylov Petrov, ValeriBojinov, Benjamin Mwaruwari, Michael Ball, and the the other stars, and also sold many players, carrying out a major reform and reconstruction for the club. Although Manchester City performed very well in the first half of the season, it was unsustainable in the second half of the season. In the end, they had to finish the ninth in the Premier League and won a seat in the UEFA Cup only with the Fair Play Award. Sven-Göran Eriksson was sacked and replaced by former Blackburn Rovers manager Mark Hughes.

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However, Thaksin Chinnawat has been entangled in the corruption case in Thailand and had to go into exile for a time, and finally resigned as the head of the club in August 2008. Despite this, Manchester City was not affected by financial problems, because immediately after the departure of Thaksin Chinnawat, an Arab investment company Abu Dhabi Group acquired Manchester City, giving the club a larger capital. Manchester City also successfully intercepted Chelsea on the first day after the investment company joined, which is the last day of the transfer period, and Robinho joined. In addition, Manchester City also signed Tal Ben-Haim and Wright-Phillips from Chelsea, some young Brazilian strikers, and other stars, and continue to recruit and strengthen the team. But in the 2008-09 season, the team's performance seemed to be inconsistent with the league rankings. Manchester City finally finished the season with a disappointing 10th place, and fans began to doubt the leadership ability of the team leader Hughes.

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Manchester City has a large financial group and continues its aggressive acquisitions after the transfer market reopened, spending more than 100 million pounds to buy Villa's captain Barry and goalkeeper Stephen Taylor, Blackburn striker Santa Cruz, Everton's Lescott, free agent Sylvinho, Manchester United's Tevez, Arsenal's Adebayo and Kolo Toure. In the first game of the new season, Manchester City easily defeated Blackburn by 2-0 away and beat the defending Europa League champions Barcelona by 1-0 in a mid-season friendly. The team leader restored the confidence of many fans. In the second match of the Premier League, Manchester City scored another goal after the first week with Adebayo and defeated the newly promoted Wolves by 1-0. Afterward, they beat Crystal Palace by 2-0 in the third round of the League Cup, in which the newly joined Tevez scored the first goal in a Manchester City jersey.

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World Cup History Of England:

On November 30, 1872, England and Scotland played a game (0-0) at Patrick near Glasgow, the first official match in the team's history, and the Three Lions' journey began.

In World Cup history, England did not participate in 1930, 34, and 38 World Cups. England returned to FIFA after World War II but failed to qualify for the 1950 World Cup finals. England made their mark on the World Cup for the first time in 1954. They reached the quarter-finals and lost to Uruguay in the quarter-finals; in 1958, England ended all games in the group stage with a draw and failed to advance to the knockout stage; In 1962, England reached the quarter-finals again, losing to future champions Brazil in the quarter-finals.

In 1966, the World Cup was held in England. The team made history and won the only World Cup championship so far. The team, in the same group as France, Mexico, and Uruguay, qualified with 2 wins and 1 draw and then beat Argentina (1-0) and Portugal (2-1) in the quarter-finals and semi-finals. In the final at Wembley, England beat West Germany 4-2 in extra time, with Hirst scoring a hat-trick, including a miscalculation of the century when he hit the beam and bounced off the line. In the end, captain Bobby Moore won the Remit Cup on behalf of England.

From 1970 to 1986, England participated in the World Cup 3 times (during which they missed the 1978 finals), although they all entered the second stage, but failed to reach the top 4. 1990 was the last time England achieved good results in the World Cup. The old Robson led his team to the top 4 and finally won fourth place. After missing the 1994 World Cup in the United States, England reached the round of 16 in 1998 and the round of 8 in 2002 but lost to South American duo Argentina and Brazil.

In the 2006 World Cup, England successfully qualified from the group under the leadership of Eriksen and defeated Ecuador to reach the top 8. In the quarter-final with Portugal, the team lost in the penalty shootout.

In the 2010 World Cup, England still managed to qualify for the group stage. In the round of 16, they encountered Germany, which they were all too familiar with. Although Germany took a two-goal lead early on, England's subsequent counterattack was effective. At 1-2, Lampard shot a long-range shot from outside the penalty area, and the whole of the ball in slow motion crossed the goal line, but the referee ignored it. Affected by this incident, England's morale was frustrated, and finally lost 1-4. In Euro 2012, England lost to Italy on penalties. In the 2014 World Cup, England was placed in the group of death and was eliminated from the group stage after losing to Uruguay in the final round. In the Euro 2016, after successfully qualifying for the group stage, England in the round of 16 ushered in Iceland, who participated in the final stage of the competition for the first time. No one expected that the Three Lions would be defeated.

2018 will be England's 14th World Cup finals appearance.

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