- Fri Dec 22 11:12 PM
Good news for Pep.
- Fri Dec 22 4:22 PM
Manchester City defender John Stones hopes to return to action after his hamstring problem in time for the busy Christmas period.
- Fri Dec 22 3:54 PM
Manchester City's Pep Guardiola has revealed Phil Foden's injury is serious and that he expects the midfielder to be out for a long time.
- Fri Dec 22 2:58 PM
Foden, who won the BBC’s Young Sports Personality of the Year earlier this week, was injured attempting a cross against Leicester
- Fri Dec 22 2:34 PM
Pep Guardiola expects Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden to be sidelined for at least a month with ankle ligament damage.
- Fri Dec 22 2:14 PM
Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden is ruled out of action with a ligament injury, says manager Pep Guardiola.
- Fri Dec 22 2:04 PM
Pep Guardiola has called on Premier League referees to start protecting players more stringently, after it was confirmed that Phil Foden had sustrained ligament damage during their Carabao Cup win.
- Wed Dec 20 7:03 PM
The Blues have rotated heavily for the Quarter Final match at Stamford Bridge as they aim to join Arsenal and Man City in the next round
- Tue Dec 19 12:01 AM
will start in goal for West Ham in Tuesday's Carabao Cup quarter-final against Arsenal. Andy Carroll
could also play after shaking off a back complaint.
- Mon Dec 18 2:01 PM
Aguero has missed just four games this season despite the problem, coupled with being rotated with Gabriel Jesus
- Mon Dec 18 12:02 PM
is playing with a heel injury as Manchester City nurse their all-time top goalscorer through the season. Sportsmail understands City doctors are treating it on a daily basis.
|You don't have to tell me how competitive this league is,
said Guardiola. It's you and your analysts that keep saying we are invincible, that we are perfect, how good we are and that in February we are going to win the league.
The way we played in the first half was incredible,
Guardiola said. They had minimum chances and scored and in the second half we were there until the end.
Everyone ask me about this, I said that it not going to happen,
Guardiola told a news conference.
The objective is to get one more point than our rivals, but at the moment, Liverpool are better than us,
Guardiola said. Yesterday, we were favourites, but Liverpool are favourites now. There is no sport in the world where one team is always winning, the City manager continued. Th...