James Milner and Manchester City’s Live betting fans believe that it’s very important for the club to be successful in the UEFA Champions League when the new season gets underway, and pay per head services expect to see them make it very far.
Milner clinched several domestic trophies since he arrived at City in 2010, but in Europe, price per head services know that the club are yet to be a threat.
Pay per head services saw that last season, under the guidance of Manuel Pellegrini, the Premier League champions were able to make it out of the group stage of the Champions League for the first time before they lost to Barcelona 4-1 on aggregate in the round of 16, and the club’s Live betting fans were very disappointed with the result of this particular match.
As City open their season on Sunday in the Community Shield when they take on Arsenal, the 28-year-old wants to impress this season in Europe, something that many Live betting fans really want to see.
“Going further in the Champions League is definitely one of the major targets for the season,” the England international said.
“Every team in the competition is in there for a reason – because they’re the best in the continent – and we want to be right in there challenging for the trophy.
“It’s never easy to get out of the group, as we’ve found out before, but hopefully our experiences in the last three seasons will aid us in our ambitions.
“The more experience we get in the competition, the better. Progressing from the group last year was great and will help us in our campaign this time around.”
Milner, pay per head services, and Live betting fans also believe that it will be a tough match at Wembley against Arsenal, with both sides boosting their teams during the close season.
“Arsenal are a really good team and always gives us a tough match,” Milner added.
“I think they will be challenging for the title this year – they’ve made some good additions.
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“They’ve strengthened but then, so have we – we’ve got some really good new players coming into the fold.”