Michael Ball's two-and-a-half seasons at Manchester City saw some of the biggest changes the club would ever go through. He arrived in Stuart Pearce's final season - where the team scored only 10 goals at home all year. He was then part of the team managed by Sven-Goran Eriksson, after the takeover by Thaksin Shinawatra in 2007 - before playing his final season at the club under Mark Hughes, after the next takeover by Sheikh Mansour in 2008. The Blue Moon Podcast's David Mooney spoke to the former defender in 2020 about his City career.
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