Manchester City's captain Vincent Kompany (C) celebrates with the English Premier League trophy following their soccer match against West Ham United at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, northern England May 11, 2014. REUTERS/Darren Staples
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City made tangible progress in Europe's elite competition for the first time last season.Further improvement is expected by the Abu Dhabi United Group, whose huge investment in City has transformed the club and helped push transfer spending to unprecedented levels in the past five years. As a bonus, Frank Lampard has joined on loan, likely until January, from City's affiliate club New York City, and Stevan Jovetic, the Montengero forward who played only 13 times in the league last season after his 22 million pounds move from Fiorentina, has developed and will be pushing for more opportunities after an impressive preseason campaign.It should mean that City are challenging again, likely alongside Chelsea, for the Premier League title next May.
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