Pep post #cityvbafc: “Strikers needs goals, Gabriel [Jesus] had chances last game and today he scored. It'll be good for him, the team, for everybody.” Pep: “We are in the final… of course we have to play the second game. We are going to take it seriously. Big congrats to Burton - they deserved to... Continue Reading →
City win 9-0 against Burton in first leg of Carabao Cup semi-final. For City scored De Bruyne, Zinchenko, Foden, Walker, Mahrez and four goals scored Gabriel Jesus.
Pep Guardiola in his programme notes: "Just like a European tie we want to ensure we take a lead to the second leg in Burton. We know from last year against Bristol City that the away leg of a semi-final can be complicated."
Turkish side Sivasspor have made an offer to Manchester City for Marlos Moreno (22). The Colombian would replace Robinho who left the club for Istanbul Basaksehir. [@ersinduzen]
FC Groningen have decided to cut short the two-year loan of Manchester City midfielder Uriel Antuna (21) six months early. The Mexican, who joined City from Santos Laguna in 2017, has made 9 Eredivisie appearances this season.
Manchester City will offer promising Sporting B defender Tiago Djaló (18) a five-year deal with a better salary than Sporting are proposing. [A BOLA]
Burton’s boss Nigel Clough says Pep’s City is tougher than Sir Alex Ferguson Man United: "I think this one [is more difficult] over two legs. I think the pitch is going to be a bit better this time around, if anybody remembers the pitch against Man United!” Nigel Clough: “It’s almost a bye to the... Continue Reading →
Pep on competing for four trophies: "If everyone is fit and not injured, we can cope. The problem is if you have 10 injured players, it’s almost impossible. When everyone is fit, it’s better. I like to be in the four competitions as far as possible. I take the cups seriously."