In 2012, Council approved a new student housing complex on West Main now some council members are questioning whether what they were shown matches what was built. The Architectural Review Board has approved a bike themed mural on West Market, below the McGuffey Art Center, although at least one member expressed concerns that it might look like the bicyclists were riding away from Charlottesville’s downtown. City Police Chief Tim Longo is meeting with city leaders to work on protocols regarding the use of military surplus police weapons in Charlottesville.
Manchester City are the reigning Premier League champions having pipped Liverpool to the title in 2019. City also became the first English team to complete the domestic treble of league, FA Cup and League Cup last year.In February 2020 UEFA announced that Man City would be banned from the Champions League and Europa League for two seasons for falsely inflating sponsorship deal values to meet Financial Fair Play regulations. The club has said it will appeal against the ruling.07:31, 17 JUL 2020Transfer news LIVE: Liverpool, Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea latest rumoursSummer transfer windowLiverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea, as well as the rest of the top flight and teams from around Europe, will be in the hunt to bolster their ranks ahead of the new seasonCedric Soares claims Liverpool win has inspired Arsenal ahead of Man City clashArsenal FCArsenal game back from a goal down to see off Liverpool and have Man City next but Cedric Soares is now confident the Gunners they can take the fight to Pep Guardiola’s sideOverturning of Man City’s Champions League ban shows UEFA is unfit for purposeUEFAHow can it be a good day forfootball when the people who run the European branch of it once again showcased their timidity and incompetence?Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp gives verdict on failing to beat Man City points recordLiverpool FCDefeat to Arsenal on Wednesday means Liverpool cannot match the Premier League’s best ever points tally of 100 despite having won the title in truly dominant fashionMan City 2 1 Bournemouth: Spirited Cherries fall just short as survival hopes fadePremier LeagueBournemouth will feel they deserved something from an impressive showing at the Etihad, but Manchester City hung on to leave the Cherries in a perilous positionMan City quoted cut price 65m to sign Liverpool transfer target Kalidou KoulibalyKalidou KoulibalyNapoli had originally quoted a fee of 80million for centre back Kalidou Koulibaly but the price tag appears to have been lowered, with Liverpool and Man Utd also strongly linkedOle Gunnar Solskjaer gives cagey response to Man City’s successful appealManchester United FCCity escaped a two year ban from the Champions League after UEFA’s original verdict regarding the club’s alleged breaches of Financial Fair Play rules was overturnedDimitar Berbatov’s Premier League predictions including Arsenal vs LiverpoolPremier LeagueEuropean hopes will be enhanced or dashed in the coming days while the battle for survival also hots up as the likes of Man Utd, Arsenal, Leicester and West Ham all get ready for huge clashesChelsea boss Frank Lampard fires Premier League title warning to Liverpool and Man CityChelsea FCFrank Lampard is pleased with Chelsea’s performance this season but admits he doesn’t like to see champions Liverpool 30 points ahead of them and Manchester City above in secondPep Guardiola admits Man City board unhappy with failed Premier League title bidPep GuardiolaFollowing two years of domestic dominance City gave up their crown with a whimper this season and Guardiola admits they have to do much better in the 2020 21 campaignPep Guardiola’s not so subtle dig at Arsene Wenger in defiant defence of Man CityPep GuardiolaCity’s two year Champions League ban has been overturned and Guardiola was in fine form as he discussed the decision ahead of Wednesday’s game against BournemouthPep Guardiola accuses Jurgen Klopp and Jose Mourinho of ganging up on Man CityGuardiola turned on managerial rivals Jose Mourinho and Jurgen Klopp, who branded the decision to lift City’s two year European ban “a disgrace” and “a bad day for football”.