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City Summary – February 20: Aguero and Pep cleared by FA, Kun considers legal action, U19s beat Inter

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Sergio Aguero and Pep Guardiola will face no punishment after the situations yesterday in the Wigan game. The club itself, along with Wigan, faces a charge however.

Meanwhile, Kun is considering legal action after being verbally abused and spat on by a Wigan fan.

John Stones says City are feeling last night’s loss to Wigan. Losing has been a rarity for the Shark Team this season, so each defeat has extra impact.

Could Pep be planning for a long-term stay in Manchester? He and two City head honchos are investing in a new city centre Catalan restaurant.

Former referee Mark Halsey has questioned Anthony Taylor’s mentality after he looked to be giving Fabian Delph a yellow card against Wigan then changed his mind under pressure from the hosts.

Andre Marriner will take charge of the league game between City and Arsenal which follows this weekend’s Carabao Cup final.

City will be without the suspended Fabian Delph for the cup final, but Arsenal could be missing one of their Wembley heroes.

City’s young guns are through to the last 8 of the UEFA Youth League after a Daniel Grimshaw masterclass led to a penalty shootout win over Inter today.

That’s it for today. Keep your eyes peeled on @City_Watch and the site, day and night, as we work to deliver the latest City news, views, and other high-quality content.

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