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Pep Guardiola claims Tottenham were the only team to outplay Manchester City this season

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"Pep Guardiola claimed that Tottenham were the only team to have outplayed Manchester City all season despite his side’s 4-0 hammering by Everton on Sunday." "It is far from the first of Guardiola’… Read More
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banned6m, 5d agoPosted 6 months, 5 days ago
"Pep Guardiola claimed that Tottenham were the only team to have outplayed Manchester City all season despite his side’s 4-0 hammering by Everton on Sunday."

"It is far from the first of Guardiola’s five league defeats this season where his side have monopolised the ball and had the best chances only for poor finishing to let them down. Indeed the 45-year-old claimed that only Spurs had been categorically better than City when they won 2-0 at White Hart Lane."

“At White Hart Lane Tottenham were much better,” Guardiola said. “In the other games I don’t feel that feeling that the opponents were much better."

http://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/pep-guardiola-claims-tottenham-were-the-only-team-to-outplay-manchester-city-this-season-a3441141.html
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1 Like #1
Play as well as you like, but if your keeper/defense is so poor you will always struggle
banned#2
At the beginning of the season, I thought City would be champs. The three teams below Chelsea, Spurs, Liverpool, Arsenal are all of equal ability and talent and separated by just 1 point? It's an amazingly tight top 4 this season, and the most exciting one! Wow
#3
wow.
1 Like #4
he's obviously forgetting about both the celtic games, home and away man city were lucky to scrape a draw! lol
3 Likes #5
He can't handle the Premier League.

Had an absolute shocker spending £50M on Stones and getting rid of Hart in favour of Bravo.
Manchester isn't in Catalonia.
banned#6
It's his first season. Give him that
#7
ok!
#8
smiler594
It's his first season. Give him that

Also Contes first season!

Poch did pretty well in his first as well!
#9
Stones X)X)X)
#10
smiler594
It's his first season. Give him that
be his last if he loses another game ;)
#11
headline fail - not what he says
he says much better, not only better
#12
he is an overrated manager. wont last beyond this season
banned#13
Oh he'll be here at City at least another 2 seasons and may even win it next year!
#14
he will never win anything at city unless he learns to change he's crappy philosophy, it clearly isn't working in the premier league.
banned#15
jymufc
he will never win anything at city unless he learns to change he's crappy philosophy, it clearly isn't working in the premier league.


At the start of the season they were looking unbelievable
1 Like #16
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jymufc
he will never win anything at city unless he learns to change he's crappy philosophy, it clearly isn't working in the premier league.


At the start of the season they were looking unbelievable


now they look unbelievably poo X)
#17
The mans obviously deluded
#18
As soon as Pep had a slip up people were going to jump on him, and he's made some mistakes, but that City squad has some massive issues.

He's got four fullbacks over the age of 31 and not that impressive.
He's got three centre-halves, one of which is Vincent Kompany who is finished at the top.
His central midfielders are Yaya Toure (33 and done), Gundogan (injured for the season), Fernandinho and Fernando.
Up front he's got Aguero and Iheanacho...and that's it.

To me that squad lacks decent full-backs, a defender, a decent midfield and probably one more striker. Instead they've got an abundance of attacking midfielders. Now maybe that's his fault, and the keeper situation definitely is despite Hart being a limited footballer, but the club have seriously mismanaged the squad.
#19
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As soon as Pep had a slip up people were going to jump on him, and he's made some mistakes, but that City squad has some massive issues.
He's got four fullbacks over the age of 31 and not that impressive.
He's got three centre-halves, one of which is Vincent Kompany who is finished at the top.
His central midfielders are Yaya Toure (33 and done), Gundogan (injured for the season), Fernandinho and Fernando.
Up front he's got Aguero and Iheanacho...and that's it.
To me that squad lacks decent full-backs, a defender, a decent midfield and probably one more striker. Instead they've got an abundance of attacking midfielders. Now maybe that's his fault, and the keeper situation definitely is despite Hart being a limited footballer, but the club have seriously mismanaged the squad.

He has known for nearly a year he would be taking this job, so has had plenty of opportunities identify areas where the squad needs improving- the buck definitely stops with him, as he had has 1.5 transfer windows to buy the right players, but instead he has bought a GK he doesn't need, a ludicrously priced inexperienced CB, the most injury prone player in the world and a striker who has no European experience and has only just joined the club. Oh and Nolito?!

He got incredibly lucky with the two teams he has managed prior and is now learning the hard way that he isn't actually that special.
banned#20
jymufc
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jymufc
he will never win anything at city unless he learns to change he's crappy philosophy, it clearly isn't working in the premier league.


At the start of the season they were looking unbelievable


now they look unbelievably poo X)


I hope they stay that way when Spurs play them at the etihad!
banned#21
riverman
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As soon as Pep had a slip up people were going to jump on him, and he's made some mistakes, but that City squad has some massive issues.
He's got four fullbacks over the age of 31 and not that impressive.
He's got three centre-halves, one of which is Vincent Kompany who is finished at the top.
His central midfielders are Yaya Toure (33 and done), Gundogan (injured for the season), Fernandinho and Fernando.
Up front he's got Aguero and Iheanacho...and that's it.
To me that squad lacks decent full-backs, a defender, a decent midfield and probably one more striker. Instead they've got an abundance of attacking midfielders. Now maybe that's his fault, and the keeper situation definitely is despite Hart being a limited footballer, but the club have seriously mismanaged the squad.

He has known for nearly a year he would be taking this job, so has had plenty of opportunities identify areas where the squad needs improving- the buck definitely stops with him, as he had has 1.5 transfer windows to buy the right players, but instead he has bought a GK he doesn't need, a ludicrously priced inexperienced CB, the most injury prone player in the world and a striker who has no European experience and has only just joined the club. Oh and Nolito?!

He got incredibly lucky with the two teams he has managed prior and is now learning the hard way that he isn't actually that special.


He's in a six horse race not a 1 or a 2!!
#22
riverman
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As soon as Pep had a slip up people were going to jump on him, and he's made some mistakes, but that City squad has some massive issues.
He's got four fullbacks over the age of 31 and not that impressive.
He's got three centre-halves, one of which is Vincent Kompany who is finished at the top.
His central midfielders are Yaya Toure (33 and done), Gundogan (injured for the season), Fernandinho and Fernando.
Up front he's got Aguero and Iheanacho...and that's it.
To me that squad lacks decent full-backs, a defender, a decent midfield and probably one more striker. Instead they've got an abundance of attacking midfielders. Now maybe that's his fault, and the keeper situation definitely is despite Hart being a limited footballer, but the club have seriously mismanaged the squad.
He has known for nearly a year he would be taking this job, so has had plenty of opportunities identify areas where the squad needs improving- the buck definitely stops with him, as he had has 1.5 transfer windows to buy the right players, but instead he has bought a GK he doesn't need, a ludicrously priced inexperienced CB, the most injury prone player in the world and a striker who has no European experience and has only just joined the club. Oh and Nolito?!
He got incredibly lucky with the two teams he has managed prior and is now learning the hard way that he isn't actually that special.

I think he's definitely made mistakes, but it's unrealistic to think a coach can come in and not only get every player they want but also afford all those players too.

City have spent poorly for a while now so they've ended up with an ageing, unbalanced squad. Half that squad is over-30!

They needed a defender, and probably a homegrown one at that, so last summer (and the summer before because YOUR manager wanted him when he was at Chelsea) Stones was the big name. It wasn't a crazy buy. Gundogan is a great player troubled with injuries, Nolito is a decent squad player and Jesus could be something special so it's not that bad a window. Fact is they needed another striker, at least two full-backs, another midfielder and another centreback.

Also they did need a new keeper because Pep likes to play out from the back and Hart simply isn't good enough. Bravo doesn't look good enough but other keepers have struggled when coming to this league, De Gea being a good example.

Now obviously Pep's made mistakes and sticking rigidly to his style of football won't change much, but that is his style. The owners knew that and now they need to back him with time and money. The fact is that they've invested poorly in the squad over numerous seasons.
banned#23
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riverman
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As soon as Pep had a slip up people were going to jump on him, and he's made some mistakes, but that City squad has some massive issues.
He's got four fullbacks over the age of 31 and not that impressive.
He's got three centre-halves, one of which is Vincent Kompany who is finished at the top.
His central midfielders are Yaya Toure (33 and done), Gundogan (injured for the season), Fernandinho and Fernando.
Up front he's got Aguero and Iheanacho...and that's it.
To me that squad lacks decent full-backs, a defender, a decent midfield and probably one more striker. Instead they've got an abundance of attacking midfielders. Now maybe that's his fault, and the keeper situation definitely is despite Hart being a limited footballer, but the club have seriously mismanaged the squad.
He has known for nearly a year he would be taking this job, so has had plenty of opportunities identify areas where the squad needs improving- the buck definitely stops with him, as he had has 1.5 transfer windows to buy the right players, but instead he has bought a GK he doesn't need, a ludicrously priced inexperienced CB, the most injury prone player in the world and a striker who has no European experience and has only just joined the club. Oh and Nolito?!
He got incredibly lucky with the two teams he has managed prior and is now learning the hard way that he isn't actually that special.

I think he's definitely made mistakes, but it's unrealistic to think a coach can come in and not only get every player they want but also afford all those players too.

City have spent poorly for a while now so they've ended up with an ageing, unbalanced squad. Half that squad is over-30!

They needed a defender, and probably a homegrown one at that, so last summer (and the summer before because YOUR manager wanted him when he was at Chelsea) Stones was the big name. It wasn't a crazy buy. Gundogan is a great player troubled with injuries, Nolito is a decent squad player and Jesus could be something special so it's not that bad a window. Fact is they needed another striker, at least two full-backs, another midfielder and another centreback.

Also they did need a new keeper because Pep likes to play out from the back and Hart simply isn't good enough. Bravo doesn't look good enough but other keepers have struggled when coming to this league, De Gea being a good example.

Now obviously Pep's made mistakes and sticking rigidly to his style of football won't change much, but that is his style. The owners knew that and now they need to back him with time and money. The fact is that they've invested poorly in the squad over numerous seasons.


I think he thought that it's only a 2-3 year stint, then move on...hence he doesn't care if the players are old..it the next Managers problem not his!
#24
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riverman
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As soon as Pep had a slip up people were going to jump on him, and he's made some mistakes, but that City squad has some massive issues.
He's got four fullbacks over the age of 31 and not that impressive.
He's got three centre-halves, one of which is Vincent Kompany who is finished at the top.
His central midfielders are Yaya Toure (33 and done), Gundogan (injured for the season), Fernandinho and Fernando.
Up front he's got Aguero and Iheanacho...and that's it.
To me that squad lacks decent full-backs, a defender, a decent midfield and probably one more striker. Instead they've got an abundance of attacking midfielders. Now maybe that's his fault, and the keeper situation definitely is despite Hart being a limited footballer, but the club have seriously mismanaged the squad.
He has known for nearly a year he would be taking this job, so has had plenty of opportunities identify areas where the squad needs improving- the buck definitely stops with him, as he had has 1.5 transfer windows to buy the right players, but instead he has bought a GK he doesn't need, a ludicrously priced inexperienced CB, the most injury prone player in the world and a striker who has no European experience and has only just joined the club. Oh and Nolito?!
He got incredibly lucky with the two teams he has managed prior and is now learning the hard way that he isn't actually that special.
I think he's definitely made mistakes, but it's unrealistic to think a coach can come in and not only get every player they want but also afford all those players too.
City have spent poorly for a while now so they've ended up with an ageing, unbalanced squad. Half that squad is over-30!
They needed a defender, and probably a homegrown one at that, so last summer (and the summer before because YOUR manager wanted him when he was at Chelsea) Stones was the big name. It wasn't a crazy buy. Gundogan is a great player troubled with injuries, Nolito is a decent squad player and Jesus could be something special so it's not that bad a window. Fact is they needed another striker, at least two full-backs, another midfielder and another centreback.
Also they did need a new keeper because Pep likes to play out from the back and Hart simply isn't good enough. Bravo doesn't look good enough but other keepers have struggled when coming to this league, De Gea being a good example.
Now obviously Pep's made mistakes and sticking rigidly to his style of football won't change much, but that is his style. The owners knew that and now they need to back him with time and money. The fact is that they've invested poorly in the squad over numerous seasons.
I think he thought that it's only a 2-3 year stint, then move on...hence he doesn't care if the players are old..it the next Managers problem not his!

Well then he's in trouble because those players he currently has aren't good enough to implement his system. Pep's thing is that he takes good teams to the next level, to varying degrees of success.

He's like Jose except Jose tends to burn stuff down after 3 years.
#25
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riverman
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As soon as Pep had a slip up people were going to jump on him, and he's made some mistakes, but that City squad has some massive issues.
He's got four fullbacks over the age of 31 and not that impressive.
He's got three centre-halves, one of which is Vincent Kompany who is finished at the top.
His central midfielders are Yaya Toure (33 and done), Gundogan (injured for the season), Fernandinho and Fernando.
Up front he's got Aguero and Iheanacho...and that's it.
To me that squad lacks decent full-backs, a defender, a decent midfield and probably one more striker. Instead they've got an abundance of attacking midfielders. Now maybe that's his fault, and the keeper situation definitely is despite Hart being a limited footballer, but the club have seriously mismanaged the squad.
He has known for nearly a year he would be taking this job, so has had plenty of opportunities identify areas where the squad needs improving- the buck definitely stops with him, as he had has 1.5 transfer windows to buy the right players, but instead he has bought a GK he doesn't need, a ludicrously priced inexperienced CB, the most injury prone player in the world and a striker who has no European experience and has only just joined the club. Oh and Nolito?!
He got incredibly lucky with the two teams he has managed prior and is now learning the hard way that he isn't actually that special.
I think he's definitely made mistakes, but it's unrealistic to think a coach can come in and not only get every player they want but also afford all those players too.
City have spent poorly for a while now so they've ended up with an ageing, unbalanced squad. Half that squad is over-30!
They needed a defender, and probably a homegrown one at that, so last summer (and the summer before because YOUR manager wanted him when he was at Chelsea) Stones was the big name. It wasn't a crazy buy. Gundogan is a great player troubled with injuries, Nolito is a decent squad player and Jesus could be something special so it's not that bad a window. Fact is they needed another striker, at least two full-backs, another midfielder and another centreback.
Also they did need a new keeper because Pep likes to play out from the back and Hart simply isn't good enough. Bravo doesn't look good enough but other keepers have struggled when coming to this league, De Gea being a good example.
Now obviously Pep's made mistakes and sticking rigidly to his style of football won't change much, but that is his style. The owners knew that and now they need to back him with time and money. The fact is that they've invested poorly in the squad over numerous seasons.
I think he thought that it's only a 2-3 year stint, then move on...hence he doesn't care if the players are old..it the next Managers problem not his!
Well then he's in trouble because those players he currently has aren't good enough to implement his system. Pep's thing is that he takes good teams to the next level, to varying degrees of success.
He's like Jose except Jose tends to burn stuff down after 3 years.

Not strictly true though is it...

You really need to let go of this resentment of JM, it's not healthy pal.
#26
riverman
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riverman
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As soon as Pep had a slip up people were going to jump on him, and he's made some mistakes, but that City squad has some massive issues.
He's got four fullbacks over the age of 31 and not that impressive.
He's got three centre-halves, one of which is Vincent Kompany who is finished at the top.
His central midfielders are Yaya Toure (33 and done), Gundogan (injured for the season), Fernandinho and Fernando.
Up front he's got Aguero and Iheanacho...and that's it.
To me that squad lacks decent full-backs, a defender, a decent midfield and probably one more striker. Instead they've got an abundance of attacking midfielders. Now maybe that's his fault, and the keeper situation definitely is despite Hart being a limited footballer, but the club have seriously mismanaged the squad.
He has known for nearly a year he would be taking this job, so has had plenty of opportunities identify areas where the squad needs improving- the buck definitely stops with him, as he had has 1.5 transfer windows to buy the right players, but instead he has bought a GK he doesn't need, a ludicrously priced inexperienced CB, the most injury prone player in the world and a striker who has no European experience and has only just joined the club. Oh and Nolito?!
He got incredibly lucky with the two teams he has managed prior and is now learning the hard way that he isn't actually that special.
I think he's definitely made mistakes, but it's unrealistic to think a coach can come in and not only get every player they want but also afford all those players too.
City have spent poorly for a while now so they've ended up with an ageing, unbalanced squad. Half that squad is over-30!
They needed a defender, and probably a homegrown one at that, so last summer (and the summer before because YOUR manager wanted him when he was at Chelsea) Stones was the big name. It wasn't a crazy buy. Gundogan is a great player troubled with injuries, Nolito is a decent squad player and Jesus could be something special so it's not that bad a window. Fact is they needed another striker, at least two full-backs, another midfielder and another centreback.
Also they did need a new keeper because Pep likes to play out from the back and Hart simply isn't good enough. Bravo doesn't look good enough but other keepers have struggled when coming to this league, De Gea being a good example.
Now obviously Pep's made mistakes and sticking rigidly to his style of football won't change much, but that is his style. The owners knew that and now they need to back him with time and money. The fact is that they've invested poorly in the squad over numerous seasons.
I think he thought that it's only a 2-3 year stint, then move on...hence he doesn't care if the players are old..it the next Managers problem not his!
Well then he's in trouble because those players he currently has aren't good enough to implement his system. Pep's thing is that he takes good teams to the next level, to varying degrees of success.
He's like Jose except Jose tends to burn stuff down after 3 years.
Not strictly true though is it...
You really need to let go of this resentment of JM, it's not healthy pal.

You're criticising the coach of a team who are currently two points ahead of you.

Plus I don't resent Jose. The guy was a legend for us before melting down last season. I'm sure he'll do well for you when you allow him to spend a couple of hundred million more quid.
#27
dtovey89
He can't handle the Premier League.
Had an absolute shocker spending £50M on Stones and getting rid of Hart in favour of Bravo.
Manchester isn't in Catalonia.

Bit early to write him off imo. He has an aging squad and will need a few seasons to bed in. They will still be a huge danger next season after reinforcements are identified.
banned#28
riverman
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riverman
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As soon as Pep had a slip up people were going to jump on him, and he's made some mistakes, but that City squad has some massive issues.
He's got four fullbacks over the age of 31 and not that impressive.
He's got three centre-halves, one of which is Vincent Kompany who is finished at the top.
His central midfielders are Yaya Toure (33 and done), Gundogan (injured for the season), Fernandinho and Fernando.
Up front he's got Aguero and Iheanacho...and that's it.
To me that squad lacks decent full-backs, a defender, a decent midfield and probably one more striker. Instead they've got an abundance of attacking midfielders. Now maybe that's his fault, and the keeper situation definitely is despite Hart being a limited footballer, but the club have seriously mismanaged the squad.
He has known for nearly a year he would be taking this job, so has had plenty of opportunities identify areas where the squad needs improving- the buck definitely stops with him, as he had has 1.5 transfer windows to buy the right players, but instead he has bought a GK he doesn't need, a ludicrously priced inexperienced CB, the most injury prone player in the world and a striker who has no European experience and has only just joined the club. Oh and Nolito?!
He got incredibly lucky with the two teams he has managed prior and is now learning the hard way that he isn't actually that special.
I think he's definitely made mistakes, but it's unrealistic to think a coach can come in and not only get every player they want but also afford all those players too.
City have spent poorly for a while now so they've ended up with an ageing, unbalanced squad. Half that squad is over-30!
They needed a defender, and probably a homegrown one at that, so last summer (and the summer before because YOUR manager wanted him when he was at Chelsea) Stones was the big name. It wasn't a crazy buy. Gundogan is a great player troubled with injuries, Nolito is a decent squad player and Jesus could be something special so it's not that bad a window. Fact is they needed another striker, at least two full-backs, another midfielder and another centreback.
Also they did need a new keeper because Pep likes to play out from the back and Hart simply isn't good enough. Bravo doesn't look good enough but other keepers have struggled when coming to this league, De Gea being a good example.
Now obviously Pep's made mistakes and sticking rigidly to his style of football won't change much, but that is his style. The owners knew that and now they need to back him with time and money. The fact is that they've invested poorly in the squad over numerous seasons.
I think he thought that it's only a 2-3 year stint, then move on...hence he doesn't care if the players are old..it the next Managers problem not his!
Well then he's in trouble because those players he currently has aren't good enough to implement his system. Pep's thing is that he takes good teams to the next level, to varying degrees of success.
He's like Jose except Jose tends to burn stuff down after 3 years.

Not strictly true though is it...

You really need to let go of this resentment of JM, it's not healthy pal.


JM has nothing to prove to anyone. His history speaks for itself. There is no manager on Earth who could have taken a Chelsea side, he built to his specifications, regardless of the money spent, to such incredible heights. That premier league record total is still folklore...
banned#29
Maybe all city need to become champions is two fullbacks like Rose and Walker. They are fast and mobile enough to make Pep's system work. Shame they can't have em!
banned#30
COYS!!
2 Likes #31
smiler594
COYS!!

With all due respect - bore off.
banned#32
Oi don't be so cheeky Deeky ;)
banned#33
COYS!!!
banned#34
Mods pls close thread. Thanks
#35
if john2020md had to put all of his jokes in a single thread why do you get to put all your jokes in separate ones?
at least john provided some entertainment rather than this inane drivel you are spamming
banned#36
Mods pls close thread. Thanks
banned#37
Brilly feel free to use the ignore feature. It's just like changing channels on your remote
banned#38
Mods pls close thread. New one opened.
1 Like #39
smiler594
Brilly feel free to use the ignore feature. It's just like changing channels on your remote
unfortunately id still see that you have created yet another crappy thread about the same topic
not quite the same

look at you though - do you not get it? spam after spam... not even between threads but multiple posting within threads
if you want the mods to do something then report the damn thread dont keep going
'mods pls close i must spam elsewhere'
'mods pls close'
'thread expire pls close'
what does that achieve other than you spamming more?

Edited By: brilly on Jan 19, 2017 08:43
banned#40
Well Brillo, let's agree to ignore each other eh? You don't like footy or Spurs that's fine. Change channels and quit stalking. Thanks

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