Guardiola must deliver trophies for Man City as he faces his greatest test
Agosto 12, 2017, 20:08
"We feel ready because we've been at a good level but we have nothing to show for it at the moment", said City captain Vincent Kompany.
"But what the likes of Manchester United and Manchester City can do, they can do that and good luck to them".
I think if you see the team last season and this season, (from) the four (pre-season) games we played, the fundamentals are the same.
The Etihad club finished third last season, 15 points behind winners Chelsea.
That untimely habit of springing beyond the last defender has not gone unnoticed by Jesus' mother Vera Lucia and regular matriarchal tips on the art of goal-poaching even inspired Jesus' telephone goal celebration.
Pep Guardiola has told Ederson Moraes to forget about his expensive price tag and enjoy being Manchester City's new No. 1. No more would City judge themselves against domestic rivals; instead they would measure their success against Barcelona, Bayern and Real Madrid and not only was Guardiola going to take them there, but he would do it in style.
Golden Boot:Gabriel Jesus. "We are going to see at the end of the season what happens, knowing how difficult it is".
After a slow start at Leicester following his move from Birmingham City halfway through the 2015-16 season, Gray is beginning to make his presence felt at the King Power Stadium.
Their focus should be shifted to the central area. They could say goodbye to Philippe Coutinho too. "Then we have got to adapt to their style of play", says Brighton midfielder Steve Sidwell. Meanwhile, the catchphrase seemed odd, given the club was in the midst of its most successful period, having won five major trophies in four years prior to Guardiola's arrival.
The only question that needs to be asked is whether it will be Jose Mourinho or Pep Guardiola holding aloft that beautiful trophy in May. When I am not playing or training, I watch football all the time. The man cannot stop scoring and he has averaged 25 league goals in the past three seasons.
When the Goldstone was sold in 1997, Albion spent two desperate years at Gillingham - a 150 mile round trip for fans - and then a dozen at the Withdean Stadium, an athletics track, before they finally found a home of their own again. Manchester City are many pundits´ favourites for the title this year.
"The fundamentals are completely the same". The season will be long and hard for Mauricio Pochettino's side and a lowly sixth placed finish beckons.
But now Hughton believes the Spaniard can put those experiences to good use to push his side firmly into title contention.
Sunaadh Sagar: Money talks and Pep Guardiola has spent the most; he finally has 90% of the squad he wants to implement his ideas. "But I'm settling in well here". I congratulated him and said that I'm very happy for him, that Stoke isn't that far away and that we can see each other.