A round up of news stories this morning related to Manchester City.
Tiger Woods played 18 holes at Augusta National on Tuesday as speculation intensifies that the 14-times major winner will make a spectacular return to competitive golf at next week’s Masters.
Labour is facing a desperate battle to stop a Scottish National party landslide after a poll showed the SNP had a clear but weaker lead across Labour constituencies in Scotland.
Former Tottenham Hotspur defender Paul Stalteri has described how he sees Eric Dier's position at the club panning out.
Ed Miliband is to propose that workers on zero-hours contracts should be entitled to convert their contracts into a regular job after only three months instead of a year, the previous timeframe set out by Labour.
Labour have been targeted in a letter signed by more than 100 business leaders backing the Tories and warning that any “change in course” after the general election would threaten jobs and put the UK’s economic recovery at risk.
Executive pay is falling in real terms with just under half of chief executives receiving no rise in their salaries this year, according to research by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Costa, is trialling a new service from April that lets customers nod off and have a power nap when they hit an afternoon slump.
Former West Ham United midfielder Jack Collison has suggested his old club are going to splash the cash in the transfer market.
Celtic forward Anthony Stokes says he's working harder than ever before at the club.