Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Sports | By Spencer Underwood

Pep Guardiola Very Unhappy With Fixtures Overload

Pep Guardiola Very Unhappy With Fixtures Overload

Guardiola insists that his players can not afford to become complacent, however, with plenty of work still to be done.

"That is the bigger issue than anything today - how we have got two days in Premier League professional football, putting players at risk in my opinion of injury".

Guardiola, who urged referees to "protect" players from overly physical challenges, will be without Jesus "for a little more than a month" and is still waiting to learn the extent of De Bruyne's injury.

The chances still came easily for City, but the conversion of them was proving hard. "We don't have many central defenders and they will suffer but we will find a solution".

Despite being in a commanding position with 17 games remaining, City will be concerned in particular with the injury to Jesus, who limped off in tears with a left leg injury midway through the first half after falling awkwardly.

Kevin De Bruyne, David Silva, and Leroy Sane were unplayable in the opening stages of the game, and thanks to their pace and ingenuity City had the game won when it had barely started.

"We missed the last action but it is normal in a period of a lot of games, in the period where we are".

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Both players were stretchered off the pitch but Owen was laughing about it on live TV.

Thirteen years later, Wenger is still in the Premier League and, like Guardiola, still breaking records. You know how tough the Premier League is to play but you know you can not relax.

De Bruyne was taken off on a stretcher in the game with Palace but made a quick recovery to face Watford while Silva was back after missing the last two games for "personal reasons". - It doesn't make much sense, to be honest.

Aguero's admission comes with City's hierarchy holding an internal transfer meeting this week to determine whether they bring forward plans to sign Alexis Sanchez in the wake of Gabriel Jesus's knee injury by bidding for the Arsenal striker this month.

"They look like twins". The first team to achieve this feat were Wolves in the Carabao Cup (in normal/extra time) but they ended up losing on penalties.

City enter the New Year with a commanding lead over their city rivals Manchester United and defending champions Chelsea.

"I'm very happy. Very happy because it has been a special season for me, playing well, above all the team playing well too, achieving the victories".

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