1992–93 Manchester City F.C. season

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Manchester City
1992–93 season
ChairmanPeter Swales
ManagerPeter Reid (player-manager)
StadiumMaine Road
Premier League9th
FA CupSixth round
League CupThird round
Top goalscorerLeague: White (16)
All: White (19)
Average home league attendance24,698

The 1992–93 season was Manchester City's fourth consecutive season in the top tier of English football, and their first season in the inaugural year of the breakaway Premier League.

Season summary[edit]

In the 1992–93 season, Manchester City had a satisfying campaign, reaching the quarter finals of the FA Cup eventually losing 4-2 to Tottenham Hotspur. In the Premier League, they were in a great position by 21 November, just three points adrift from the possible UEFA Cup place and seemed to be their realistic target but during most of the second half of the season, particularly in the final weeks of the campaign, Manchester City went on a poor run of just 2 wins of their final 11 league games and ended up finishing in a disappointing 9th place.

Kit[edit]

City retained the previous season's kit, manufactured by English company Umbro and sponsored by Japanese electronics manufacturer Brother.

Final league table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
7 Sheffield Wednesday 42 15 14 13 55 51 +4 59
8 Tottenham Hotspur 42 16 11 15 60 66 −6 59
9 Manchester City 42 15 12 15 56 51 +5 57
10 Arsenal 42 15 11 16 40 38 +2 56 Qualification for the Cup Winners' Cup first round[a]
11 Chelsea 42 14 14 14 51 54 −3 56
Source: Premier League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
Notes:
  1. ^ Arsenal qualified by winning the FA Cup, thus defaulted their UEFA Cup spot.

Results[edit]

Manchester City's score comes first[1]

Legend[edit]

Win Draw Loss

FA Premier League[edit]

Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Scorers
17 August 1992 Queens Park Rangers H 1–1 24,471 White
19 August 1992 Middlesbrough A 0–2 15,369
22 August 1992 Blackburn Rovers A 0–1 19,433
26 August 1992 Norwich City H 3–1 23,182 White (2), McMahon
29 August 1992 Oldham Athletic H 3–3 27,255 Quinn, Vonk, White
1 September 1992 Wimbledon A 1–0 4,714 White
5 September 1992 Sheffield Wednesday A 3–0 27,169 White (2), Vonk
12 September 1992 Middlesbrough H 0–1 25,244
20 September 1992 Chelsea H 0–1 22,420
28 September 1992 Arsenal A 0–1 21,504
3 October 1992 Nottingham Forest H 2–2 22,571 Holden, Simpson
17 October 1992 Crystal Palace A 0–0 14,005
24 October 1992 Southampton H 1–0 20,089 Sheron
31 October 1992 Everton A 3–1 20,242 Sheron (2), White
7 November 1992 Leeds United H 4–0 27,255 Sheron, White, Hill, I Brightwell
21 November 1992 Coventry City A 3–2 14,590 Sheron, Quinn, Curle (pen)
28 November 1992 Tottenham Hotspur H 0–1 25,496
6 December 1992 Manchester United A 1–2 35,408 Quinn
12 December 1992 Ipswich Town A 1–3 16,833 Flitcroft
19 December 1992 Aston Villa H 1–1 23,525 Flitcroft
26 December 1992 Sheffield United H 2–0 27,455 White (2)
28 December 1992 Liverpool A 1–1 43,037 Quinn
9 January 1993 Chelsea A 4–2 15,939 White, Sheron (2), Sinclair (own goal)
16 January 1993 Arsenal H 0–1 25,041
26 January 1993 Oldham Athletic A 1–0 14,903 Quinn
30 January 1993 Blackburn Rovers H 3–2 29,122 Sheron, Curle (pen), White
6 February 1993 Queens Park Rangers A 1–1 13,003 Sheron
20 February 1993 Norwich City A 1–2 16,386 Sheron
23 February 1993 Sheffield Wednesday H 1–2 23,619 Quinn
27 February 1993 Nottingham Forest A 2–0 25,956 White, Flitcroft
10 March 1993 Coventry City H 1–0 20,092 Flitcroft
13 March 1993 Leeds United A 0–1 30,840
20 March 1993 Manchester United H 1–1 37,136 Quinn
24 March 1993 Tottenham Hotspur A 1–3 27,247 Sheron
3 April 1993 Ipswich Town H 3–1 20,680 Quinn, Holden, Vonk
9 April 1993 Sheffield United A 1–1 18,231 Pemberton (own goal)
12 April 1993 Liverpool H 1–1 28,098 Flitcroft
18 April 1993 Aston Villa A 1–3 33,108 Quinn
21 April 1993 Wimbledon H 1–1 19,524 Holden
1 May 1993 Southampton A 1–0 11,830 White
5 May 1993 Crystal Palace H 0–0 21,167
8 May 1993 Everton H 2–5 25,180 White, Curle (pen)

FA Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
R3 2 January 1993 Reading H 1–1 20,523 Sheron
R3R 13 January 1993 Reading A 4–0 12,065 Sheron, Holden, Flitcroft, Quinn
R4 23 January 1993 Queens Park Rangers A 2–1 18,652 White, Vonk
R5 13 February 1993 Barnsley H 2–0 32,807 White (2)
QF 7 March 1993 Tottenham Hotspur H 2–4 23,050 Sheron, Phelan

League Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
R2 First Leg 23 September 1992 Bristol Rovers H 0–0 9,967
R2 Second Leg 7 October 1992 Bristol Rovers A 2–1 (won 2-1 on agg) 7,823 Maddison (own goal), Holden
R3 28 October 1992 Tottenham Hotspur H 0–1 18,399

First-team squad[edit]

[2] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
England GK Tony Coton
Wales GK Martyn Margetson
Wales GK Andy Dibble
England DF Keith Curle
England DF Andy Hill
England DF Ray Ranson
England DF David Brightwell
England DF Ian Brightwell
England DF John Foster
Republic of Ireland DF Terry Phelan[3]
Netherlands DF Michel Vonk
England MF Steve McMahon
No. Position Player
England MF Paul Lake
England MF Garry Flitcroft
England MF Mike Quigley
England MF Rick Holden
England MF David White
England MF Peter Reid (player-manager)
England MF Fitzroy Simpson[4]
Scotland MF David Kerr
Norway MF Kåre Ingebrigtsen
England FW Mike Sheron
England FW Adie Mike
Republic of Ireland FW Niall Quinn

Reserve squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
England DF Chris Beech
England DF Richard Edghill
No. Position Player
Northern Ireland MF Steve Lomas[5]
England FW Steve Finney

Statistics[edit]

Starting 11[edit]

Only considering Premier League starts

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 6 February 2014. Retrieved 16 February 2014.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ http://www.11v11.com/teams/manchester-city/tab/players/season/1993
  3. ^ Phelan was born in Manchester, England, but also qualified to represent the Republic of Ireland internationally and made his international debut for the Republic of Ireland in 1991.
  4. ^ Simpson was born in Bradford-upon-Avon, England, but also qualified to represent Jamaica internationally and would make his international debut for Jamaica in 1997.
  5. ^ Lomas was born in Hanover, West Germany (now Germany), but qualified to represent any of the home nations internationally as a British passport holder and made his international debut for Northern Ireland in 1994.