Man City boss Pep Guardiola reveals Reds spending support

Man City boss Pep Guardiola reveals Reds spending support

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola spoke to reporters last night, and responded when asked what his views are on Liverpool's big spending this summer, as quoted by Goal.

We can not seem to go an hour at the moment without a new kit being dropped somewhere in the world.

"That's the most important thing - to be consistent, and to arrive in April and May and be there for the title".

"They are one of the best teams in the world and I don't have any doubt that he can take any trophy again this year and why not the best trophy that the club is fighting for from a long time ago, the Champions League".

"I have to see the faces of my players in the next two weeks when they are together because we are here without 15 players".

That kit, seen below, was worn by the Citizens during their momentous Division 2 (now League One) play-off final victory over Gillingham at the end of the 1998/99 season.

"I've been brought on as a player and now I feel more mature and comfortable, playing with the first-team players".

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"They are contenders to win the title, Liverpool are always a contender because of the history they have".

Guardiola can be heard telling his players during one of the scenes in the series that he knows that some of his players play better when they are angry with him, and if they hate him, then hate him.

City's dominance in England last season was underscored by a slew of records that were set as they romped to their first league title of the Guardiola era. If they believe it's the best for them, it's ideal for them. Brazilian defender Dante said he wasn't good on a "human level".

"The scouting department are always looking for players in all positions".

But new signing Riyad Mahrez, Leroy Sane and Bernardo Silva were all on show as Guardiola put his City squad through their paces in Orangeburg. But the family is happy living in Manchester, my experiences of the Premier League are good.

"His target is to play as many minutes with us, and the national team is a effect of that", he said. So if you hate me, hate me guys!

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