Manchester City wins Premier League title in an 'insane' season for Pep Guardiola's team.
Under the stewardship of Abu Dhabi ruler Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, who took over the club in 2008, City have been transformed and have finished outside of the top two just twice in the last nine years. The club reached its first Champions League final in its history this year under their stewardship.
And although there were no fans at any of the club's Premier League games this season to soak up its success -- there were 2,000 at its Carabao Cup victory in April -- this year's title, comprised of a slow start, a historical winning run and success in multiple competitions has been "insane," according to Onuoha.
"For them to be able to come back in the manner in which they did and play some of the best football we've probably ever seen in Premier League history, to win that many games in a row ... We're talking probably once in a career, if you're lucky, team," Onuoha, who was at the club for over 16 years, told CNN Sport.
"[Not having fans in stadiums] is a shame because the quality of football that they've played has been absolutely spectacular, and unfortunately not enough people have been able to witness it in the flesh."