Former England international says manager’s Manchester City tenure would be ‘incomplete’ without a Champions League title
Manager praises his side’s aggression and passion‘I’m sure second leg will be different,’ Guardiola warnsPep Guardiola praised Manchester City’s aggression and passion in Paris after they came from behind to win the first leg of their Champions League semi-final 2-1.
Manager not sure why leaders have had so few injuries‘It’s the same physios, cooks and wives’ as last seasonPep Guardiola is unsure why Manchester City have suffered so few injuries despite their hectic schedule, with the manager pointing to how players’ preparation has featured the same “physios, cooks and wives” this season.
Man City won the first leg of their semi-final 2-1 in Paris on Wednesday night
Pep Guardiola has spoken of his joy at Manchester City being crowned Premier League champions for the fifth time in 10 years. The triumph is his third for the club. ‘It’s the toughest league by far,’ he said. ‘I’ve been in Spain and Germany
Pep Guardiola's Manchester City could wrap up a third Premier League title in four years if they beat Crystal Palace on Saturday and Manchester United lose against Liverpool.
The title, as expected, has gone to the blue side of Manchester
City can be crowned Premier League champions this weekend if they beat Crystal Palace and Manchester United lose against Liverpool on Sunday.
Table-toppers City will be able to wrap up their third top-flight trophy in the last four seasons with a win against Chelsea, their opponents in the Champions League final later this month.
IAN LADYMAN: So Pep Guardiola will not need much of a team talk before the second leg of this tie in Manchester next Tuesday. The detail of what is required was all played out in Paris here.
Guardiola's side have had a memorable season and the City boss said the team did not let the chance to celebrate go to waste when they partied on Tuesday night at the City Football Academy.
Laporte’s goal clinches final win over TottenhamGuardiola: ‘The Premier League is the nicest one’Pep Guardiola urged his Manchester City side to channel the momentum from their Carabao Cup final win against Tottenham and seal “the most important title of the season” by winning their next two Premier League games.