Get the biggest City stories, analysis and transfer updates delivered straight to your inbox. Pep Guardiola called Tommy Doyle a 'special' player, but picked out an incident in Manchester City's win over Swansea as an area for improvement. Doyle , City's under captain, started in the FA Cup fourth round tie at Cheltenham last month, and was included in the travelling party to face Swansea on Wednesday. After City had taken a three goal lead, Doyle replaced Ilkay Gundogan for a 30 minute cameo where he impressed once again with his calmness and range of passing. Making his seventh senior appearance, the year-old is slowly gathering attention for his clear talents and he is becoming a regular in first team training when he isn't leading the academy sides in the Premier League 2.
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By Claire Toureille For Mailonline. A man who has given up all technology and lives off grid in the wood has revealed he made the decision to have a vasectomy when he was 30 after growing despondent about the planet's future. Mark Boyle, 40, who stars in tonight's Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild on Channel 5 at 9pm, decided to live off grid in and left his job at a sustainable health food shop in Bristol. With the proceeds of the book, Mark bought a plot of land in the West of Ireland, an hour's-drive away from Galway, where he built a cabin and a hostel where he lets travellers live rent-free, in keeping with his moneyless philosophy. Living off the land without any electricity of technology, Mark says he's learned to be more appreciative of nature thanks to his unusual lifestyle. After growing disillusioned with consumerism, Mark had a vasectomy aged 30, explaining to Ben he felt the world is 'not a place he wanted to bring up kids in. But the off-grid man admits he sometimes feels lonely, and angry at the 'big bad world,' which has cost him several romantic relationships.
Sheffield Wednesday were supposed to host Swansea City this afternoon but instead will have a free weekend in their calendar. Get the latest Sheffield Wednesday news and updates delivered straight to your inbox - sign up for free email updates. Sheffield Wednesday will not be in action this weekend after a pitch inspection at Hillsborough yesterday led to the Owls' Championship clash with high-flying Swansea City. The mini revival Neil Thompson's side have recently embarked on will not be extended on Saturday, with Wednesday missing the opportunity to put more room between themselves and the bottom three and Swansea's shot at leapfrogging Norwich City into the top two also on pause.
Referee David Webb gave Swansea an injury time penalty as they won at Stoke. Stoke City were undone by a terrible late decision as they lost to promotion-chasing Swansea. Here are the player ratings from the bet Stadium. Chester: Should have buried chance at start of second half. Helped restrict Swansea largely to long pops.