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Watch Kevin De Bruyne End Up On The Business End Of A Rabona

Kevin de Bruyne is one of the best technical players in the world. His awareness and positioning are impeccable. His skill is rivaled by a mere few. It is extremely funny to watch him get hit in the face with a soccer ball. At least, Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane think so.

The 5 Most Disappointing Clubs Of The 2016-17 Season

With the 2016-17 season at an end, we look back on five clubs that were expected to do so much but ended up underachieving. To be clear, this list doesn’t just include sides that were expected to win trophies, it also includes clubs that many thought would at least make a title challenge, qualify for European competition or do something notable in the Champions League. We’ll start at the bottom and work our way to the top.

Nolito Does Not Like The Weather In England

Manchester City attacker Nolito wants out of England, the sooner the better.

He hasn't learned much of the language, just the basics like "good morning", "good afternoon" and "tomorrow". He also is no fan of the weather.

"My daughter's face has changed color. It looks like she's been living in a cave," he told radio station El Transistor. 

Manchester City Land Bernardo Silva, One Of The Most Unique Talents In World Football

One day we’ll look back on the 2016-17 AS Monaco side in disbelief — how did one club house Kylian Mbappe, Thomas Lemar, Bernardo Silva, Fabinho and Tiemoue Bakayoko (all 23 or younger) at the same time? Their Ligue 1 triumph and Champions League semifinal run will live long in the memory, but the dismantling of the most exciting side in European football has begun, starting with 22-year-old Portuguese attacker Bernardo Silva.

Man United and Man City Donate $1.3 million To The We Love Manchester Emergency Fund

In response to the tragic bombing at the Manchester Arena on May 22, both of the city's Premier League clubs joined to donate £1 million to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.

At the time of the donation, the fund had raised 3 million pounds, and the support has continued for the victims and their families.

Premier League Footballer Begins Off-Season By Kicking A Man In The Head

Manchester City defender Jason Denayer, who spent this season on loan at Sunderland, said he was reacting instinctively when he kicked a man in the head during a brawl in Belgium.

The 21-year-old's agent said Denayer "was in the wrong place at the wrong time".

Leroy Sane Got A Tattoo Of Himself Celebrating His Tap In Goal

Leroy Sane had a breakout season for Manchester City, scoring nine times in 35 total apperances and helping his team to a third place finish in the Premier League.

Perhaps his biggest goal came against Monaco during the first leg of the Champions League Round of 16. Sane scored in the 82nd minute to push City's advantage to 5-3, one they would ultimately relinquish during the second leg.

Gabriel Jesus Says He Thought The Premier League Would Be More Difficult

Let's see what Manchester City new boy Gabriel Jesus thinks of the Premier League now that he has had half a season to get acclimated to elite European football.

From ESPN:

"I thought it would be harder."

(takes deep sigh, looks up at sky, mumbles "God forgive me", crosses self)

That's what she said.