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Manchester City's Premier League title victory has been celebrated by owner Sheikh Mansour in Dubai.

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Man City to celebrate Premier League win with parade

Manchester City will celebrate their Premier League title win with an open top bus parade today.

Manchester City's captain Vincent Kompany lifts the Premier League trophy on Sunday. Credit: PA Wire

A comfortable 2-0 win over West Ham ensured City finished two points above Liverpool to claim their second Premier League title in three years.

A bus will take the team from Albert Square on a one-mile route through the city centre with thousands of fans expected to attend the event.

The club will also mark their Capital One Cup success during the celebrations.

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Police urge City fans to enjoy parade but "act responsibly"

Greater Manchester Police is urging fans to enjoy themselves in a responsible manner as the team parade the trophy on an open top bus.

Fans are quite rightly over the moon with yesterday’s result and are planning to celebrate their success today.

It is great to see the Premiership trophy remain in Manchester and we want to ensure people can celebrate this success in a safe and enjoyable manner. I would encourage people to arrive in the city centre in good time, drink responsibly and respect the fact that there will be a large number of families present.

– Chief Superintendent John O'Hare, Greater Manchester Police
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