Dyche on referee decisions

Sean Dyche: "It's a red card for Kompany in the 1st minute. It's high, he's blindsided him and Aaron has got two stitches. That's a yellow when people are rolling around all over the place. And later in the game Sane's is a red as well, a blatant kick-out nowhere near the ball."

Guardiola post-match quotes

Pep on attack: ''We had 24 shots, Ten on target. We are the best side in Europe on shots. In the second half, we made a good performance. All the players made a good performance, especially John who played in a different position and Fernandinho was extraordinary.'' Pep on Mahrez: ''Mahrez played with personality. He scored... Continue Reading →

Brendan Rodgers on City player

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers insists Manchester City have no 'get-out' clause for loanee Daniel Arzani, who has yet to appear for Celtic's first team. Rodgers: "He has burst onto the scene and of course they will want him to do well, but there is no exit clause."

City prepare summer transfer

According to Daily Mail correspondent Jack Gaughan Manchester City want to sign Frenkie de Jong (21) next summer but will face competition for the midfielder who Ajax are expected to demand up to £70m for. Pep is not looking to buy a midfielder in January although that could change if there are more injuries.

Guardiola on Joe Hart

Guardiola on letting Joe Hart leave: "I know how tough it was for the fans, for the people. He was an incredible keeper and had incredible results here in the club. That’s why it was not easy for me, to take a decision. I’m not always taking decisions that are right. I have made in my... Continue Reading →

Guardiola on Sane extension

Pep: "The club are working on that (a new contract), yes. We're not going to extend the contract for one player just for recent performances. We're not going to extend the contract for Raheem [Sterling] because he scored 2 goals against Spain. We value the quality of the player, the human being, the relationship with the club....”

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