Manchester City secured a 2-1 win over West Ham at a snowy Etihad Stadium, but Pep Guardiola’s priority in the January transfer window was made ever clearer despite the result. It was ultimately a comfortable win for Guardiola’s men who have now
“That doesn’t mean the managers in the Championship or in the Premier League, but outside the top six at the top, cannot be excellent managers in tactics and communication, leading the team, as human beings. So it’s not necessary to win titles
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The news will come as a blow to City chiefs, especially as they look to plan for the long-term stability of the club. Most managers in the world would jump at the chance to manage a squad as strong as the Blues.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has played down his side’s hopes of inflicting another heavy defeat on Manchester United, who were thrashed at home by Liverpool last month, ahead of Saturday’s meeting at Old Trafford. City will go into their next encounter