Thaksin Shinawatra’s flight back home after a 17 month long exile has caught all the headlines in the sporting world. The former Prime Minister of Thailand flew back to face corruption charges flanked by two of his current players – Kasper Schmeichel and Kelvin Etuhu.
After going all season undefeated at home, City have now lost two on the trot at Eastlands and will look to bounce back when struggling Wigan visit the City of Manchester Stadium.
Speaking ahead of the match, City boss Sven Goran Eriksson says he’s not worried over the long-term future of the club despite the situation his chairman finds himself in and also discusses the blow he received after Micah Richards went under the knife in London.
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