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PostPosted: Sun Aug 18, 2019 12:06 pm 
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He believed that I was upset with him for the goal we conceded': Pep

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Pep has clarified the situation following his bust-up with star striker Sergio Aguero on the touchline during Manchester City's 2-2 draw with Tottenham.

The incident occurred on 66 minutes after Aguero was replaced by Gabriel Jesus.

Just 10 minutes earlier, Lucas Moura had equalsied from a corner for Tottenham to make it 2-2 - something Guardiola claims that Aguero blamed him for.
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After the game, the Spaniard explained why the pair had fallen out but insisted that their relationship hadn't been harmed by the incident.

'Aguero believed I was upset with him for the goal we conceded. The goal we conceded was a corner,' the City boss said.

'I wanted one on one movement. He thought I was upset with him.

'I am sometimes exaggerated on the touchline but few times am I upset with the players.

'I was a football player, I know what it is like to be in there. Emotion is part of our game. We talked after and during. He's a guy I love a lot.'


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As Aguero was substituted he appeared to make a comment as he walked past Guardiola in the dug-out.

The striker's words prompted a furious response from Guardiola, who turned around and began shouting at the striker, who responded with a verbal volley of his own.

The pair continued to trade verbal blows for 44 seconds, with Aguero refusing to sit down as he shouted at Guardiola.

Eventually, City's assistant coach Mikel Arteta was forced to intervene and ushered Guardiola towards the touchline.

However, the City boss looked to have had the last laugh when Jesus fired home inside the 18-yard box, deep into injury time.

As City's players celebrated, Guardiola hugged Aguero and appeared to make up with the striker, but was then left deflated as VAR ruled the goal out for handball.


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/footb ... st-up.html

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 18, 2019 3:11 pm 
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He should not even have wasted his time explaining. Even if they were arguing, and so what?!! This happens in training on the regular and Aguero is not his child. He is a fellow employee working under his supervision and has the right to air his own opinion. Additionally, football is a game of passion. Absolutely nothing wrong in their exchange.

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He believed that I was upset with him for the goal we conceded': Pep

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Pep has clarified the situation following his bust-up with star striker Sergio Aguero on the touchline during Manchester City's 2-2 draw with Tottenham.

The incident occurred on 66 minutes after Aguero was replaced by Gabriel Jesus.

Just 10 minutes earlier, Lucas Moura had equalsied from a corner for Tottenham to make it 2-2 - something Guardiola claims that Aguero blamed him for.
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After the game, the Spaniard explained why the pair had fallen out but insisted that their relationship hadn't been harmed by the incident.

'Aguero believed I was upset with him for the goal we conceded. The goal we conceded was a corner,' the City boss said.

'I wanted one on one movement. He thought I was upset with him.

'I am sometimes exaggerated on the touchline but few times am I upset with the players.

'I was a football player, I know what it is like to be in there. Emotion is part of our game. We talked after and during. He's a guy I love a lot.'


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As Aguero was substituted he appeared to make a comment as he walked past Guardiola in the dug-out.

The striker's words prompted a furious response from Guardiola, who turned around and began shouting at the striker, who responded with a verbal volley of his own.

The pair continued to trade verbal blows for 44 seconds, with Aguero refusing to sit down as he shouted at Guardiola.

Eventually, City's assistant coach Mikel Arteta was forced to intervene and ushered Guardiola towards the touchline.

However, the City boss looked to have had the last laugh when Jesus fired home inside the 18-yard box, deep into injury time.

As City's players celebrated, Guardiola hugged Aguero and appeared to make up with the striker, but was then left deflated as VAR ruled the goal out for handball.


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/footb ... st-up.html

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what passes for journalism these days is a chronicling of drama..any drama real or imagined...

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Manchester City denied request for extra winners' medals by Premier League after title triumph last season

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The Premier League have turned down a request from Manchester City for extra winners' medals.

Pep Guardiola's champions were originally given 40 — one for the manager and the rest for those who played more than five matches, along with other players and officials as the club saw fit.

And while the Premier League declined to comment, they believe that was sufficient

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Guardiola has attacked the five-match rule in the past. Last May, after his side had cruised to the title, City's manager claimed it was 'ridiculous' that some of the club's young players would not receive a winners' medal.

Six youngsters had regularly trained with the City squad and Guardiola said: 'It looks ridiculous to me.

'If they want my medal, I will give them my medal.

'They are champions. They worked from day one to the last one, in the locker room and training. They didn't play because of my decisions, but it's the same.

'Maybe it's so expensive for the Premier League to give three, four, five medals for the young guys. Of course I will be concerned by that.'

Traditionally, City have given all members of staff a miniature replica trophy to mark each success.

However, this year they have decided to commission around 500 medals to reward those in non-playing roles for their important contributions.

Meanwhile, Benjamin Mendy returned to first-team training on Wednesday.

The £52million France left back, who has started only 14 Premier League games since arriving from Monaco in 2017, had arthroscopic surgery on his knee in May and spent the summer rehabilitating in Barcelona.

Mendy, 25, now looks on course to provide competition for Aleks Zinchenko at full back.

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If he wants them to get a medal, he should play them more.

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Manchester City denied request for extra winners' medals by Premier League after title triumph last season

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The Premier League have turned down a request from Manchester City for extra winners' medals.

Pep Guardiola's champions were originally given 40 — one for the manager and the rest for those who played more than five matches, along with other players and officials as the club saw fit.

And while the Premier League declined to comment, they believe that was sufficient

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Guardiola has attacked the five-match rule in the past. Last May, after his side had cruised to the title, City's manager claimed it was 'ridiculous' that some of the club's young players would not receive a winners' medal.

Six youngsters had regularly trained with the City squad and Guardiola said: 'It looks ridiculous to me.

'If they want my medal, I will give them my medal.

'They are champions. They worked from day one to the last one, in the locker room and training. They didn't play because of my decisions, but it's the same.

'Maybe it's so expensive for the Premier League to give three, four, five medals for the young guys. Of course I will be concerned by that.'

Traditionally, City have given all members of staff a miniature replica trophy to mark each success.

However, this year they have decided to commission around 500 medals to reward those in non-playing roles for their important contributions.

Meanwhile, Benjamin Mendy returned to first-team training on Wednesday.

The £52million France left back, who has started only 14 Premier League games since arriving from Monaco in 2017, had arthroscopic surgery on his knee in May and spent the summer rehabilitating in Barcelona.

Mendy, 25, now looks on course to provide competition for Aleks Zinchenko at full back.


Iheanacho should get one too for that miss that helped them win the league... :rotf: :rotf:

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This was the true Man City team back in the days..



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kenmega wrote:
This was the true Man City team back in the days..



Was that the true Spurs too?


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kalani JR wrote:
kenmega wrote:
This was the true Man City team back in the days..



Was that the true Spurs too?


This is common for Spurs to start slow but this was the season Man City got relegated. Man City were a relegation team before Arab money investment.


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Why has Pep sidelined Fernandinho this season.

This guy has been City's unsung hero for many years


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Why has Pep sidelined Fernandinho this season.

This guy has been City's unsung hero for many years

Spanish tribalism. :idea: :D Just like he sidelined Yaya The Great for that fancy Spanish dancer called Busquets. :D :taunt:

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Manchester City and England defender John Stones will be out for between four and five weeks after suffering a muscle injury in training.
Stones suffered the injury in Ukraine on Tuesday, where City are preparing for Wednesday's Champions League group game with Shakhtar Donetsk.
The injury is a setback for City, who are also without Aymeric Laporte until January or February because of injury.
It leaves City with one established central defender in Nicolas Otamendi.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 18, 2019 8:17 pm 
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ohsee wrote:
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Why has Pep sidelined Fernandinho this season.

This guy has been City's unsung hero for many years

Spanish tribalism. :idea: :D Just like he sidelined Yaya The Great for that fancy Spanish dancer called Busquets. :D :taunt:


I see he is using the same modus operandi that he did to Yaya at Barcelona.
Fernandinho is being turned into a center back, Rodri has taken his place, just like Busketts did to Yaya.

But to be fair this time, Fernandinho is a bit older than Yaya.

Anyways let's see how this project goes, it might well be an inspired decision.


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