newsfootball16 hours ago

Manchester City not at same level as Liverpool, admits Pep Guardiola

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has admitted that his team might not be able to compete with teams like Juventus and Liverpool. The reigning English champions have struggled to dominate games in their usual style this season with the Citizens trailing the Reds by 14 points in the league.
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featurefootball2 days ago

Premier League Gameweek 16: Overreaction Monday ft Marcus Rashford, the league title and Chelsea

As the saying goes hindsight is 20/20 but when it comes to football rarely does an opinion last more than a weekend unless it genuinely has some point to make. That being said after an action packed weekend of overzealous fans in the Premier League, there were bound to be a few nonsensical debates.
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newsfootball3 days ago

Liverpool too far ahead to be caught now, admits Pep Guardiola

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has admitted that the recent losses may have put his team out of the title race and leaders Liverpool are too far ahead to be caught now. The Citizens lost 2-1 to their neighbours Manchester United leaving City a mammoth 14 points behind the Merseysiders.
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newsfootball3 days ago

Racism cannot be tolerated, asserts Fred

Manchester United produced an excellent display against neighbours Manchester City as the Red Devils won the battle for Manchester at the Etihad Stadium. During the derby, Red Devils stars Fred and Jesse Lingard were a victim of racism with a home fan making monkey gestures towards the midfielders.
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newsfootball7 days ago

VAR across Europe is a mess, confesses Aleksander Ceferin

UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin has admitted that VAR in the Premier League and around England has turned into a massive problem. The Video Assistant Referee (VAR) was introduced at the start of this season in England’s top-tier but has angered fans and caused chaos all across the country.
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featurefootball10 days ago

England beware, Frank Lampard and Chelsea are fearless, hungry and have money to burn

In London, Stamford Bridge is glistening, shining and glowing even but it's not just because of the torrential and albeit clichéd rainfall in London. In part, it's thanks to Super Frank Lampard and his band of misfits who have shocked, awed and lunched with the big boys and they’ve done it in style.
Siddhant Lazar
newsfootball10 days ago

We still believe we can win the Premier League, reveals Pep Guardiola

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has refused to rule out that his team are out of the title race after failing to win against Newcastle United at St.James Park. The English champions could only secure a 2-2 draw despite dominating most of the game and having better chances at goal.
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newsfootball11 days ago

Report | Manchester City eyeing move for Nicolas de La Cruz

Manchester City have started negotiations to sign River Plate star Nicolas de La Cruz in the winter transfer window. The Uruguayan’s release clause is a mere €22 million, an affordable and a modest fee for one of River's best players which has seen the Premier League Champions consider a move.
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newsfootball11 days ago

Could stay at Manchester City beyond 2021, reveals Pep Guardiola

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has revealed that he is open to extending his contract at the club beyond 2021 but it depends on how City performs in the upcoming seasons. The Spaniard was appointed by the Manchester club in 2016 and has delivered unprecedented success in last 3 years.
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newsfootball14 days ago

Current environment at Manchester City is conducive to success, claims Khaldoon Al Mubarak

Manchester City’s Chief Executive officer Khaldoon Al Mubarak has asserted that the club is doing exceptionally well on all fronts and the competitive environment is fundamental for delivering success. City have won two consecutive league titles and are on the hunt for the third one this term.
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