Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne and Liverpool’s Mohammed Salah are the epitome of why for all of Jose Mourinho’s coaching prowess, building talent is one thing he has miserably failed at. At every club he has ever coached.

Former Chelsea skipper has however come out to bizarrely defend Mourinho citing instead that the Belgian and the Egyptian were never good enough to play for Chelsea. The irony of it all is that De Bruyne and Salah are the major reason both Manchester City and Liverpool are the only teams in England capable of fighting for the Premier League title.



Liverpool have seven games between October 20 and November 10, 2019. These seven games could pretty much determine how the Premier League shapes up as the Reds try to extend their lead over City and stabilize their season.

The seven games include the trip to Old Trafford this weekend, a must win game against Genk away in the Champions League, before hosting Tottenham Hotspur at home. The FA Cup game R16 against Arsenal, that has always earned Klopp backlash for throwing the smaller tournaments, comes next then a trip to Aston Villa, the return fixture against Genk, which culminates in the battle of the titans as Manchester City visits.

It’s a Crisis Situation for Manchester City


A crisis has occurred in the center-back position for Manchester City because of the injury for the best defender for Man City, Aymeric Laporte. A significant injury not only occurred for a star player of the team but also to an important position within the team which needs to be filled fast. As he will not be a part of the squad at the major point of time, the Blues will be facing a potential disaster in the center position of their team’s defense.

The injury for Laporte came at a bad time for the club, and certainly, the Man City team is going through a tough time as the transfer for EPL has also come to an end some weeks ago. Now, they will not be able to bring a player in place of Laporte, either by loan or as a permanent transfer, until the transfer time for English opens again in January next year.
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Vincent Kompany all Set to Leave Manchester City


Man City needs to witness transfer for longstanding chief Vincent Kompany next season. Previous Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips says Matthijs de Ligt is an ideal trade for active commander Vincent Kompany. The unbelievable commander will withdraw from the club this mid-year to turn into Anderlecht’s player-chief, and Kompany was given an ideal send-off at City’s finish of-season march to commend winning the local treble.

However, considerations must go to finding a substitution to accomplice Aymeric Laporte. John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi will both feel they can do the job, yet Pep Guardiola has wanted to turn his focal safeguards at City and is probably going to look for a substitution. Also, Wright-Phillips says Guardiola should look far away from Matthijs de Ligt, who is set to leave Ajax this late spring.
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Manchester City are arguably the most feared team in the Premier League as Pep Guardiola has built a well-oiled machine capable of churning out results week in week out. The Premier League Champions have been able to build on last season performances as they look to win an unprecedented quadruple.

Pep’s men are currently second in the Premier League two points behind Liverpool with a game in hand and control their destiny as if they win all their matches they would win consecutive league titles. The Citizens have already bagged the Carabao Cup earlier in February by beating Chelsea on penalties and are in the FA Cup Semifinals where they face Brighton on Saturday.

Pep Guardiola Believes that Manchester City is Strong Enough to Survive the Transfer Ban by FIFA


Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City doesn’t have any doubt about the fact that the club will be able to deal with the potential ban on Transfer. The champion of Premier League is going to encounter a FIFA embargo after signing in players for 2 transfer window.

The governing body of the world is going to investigate the club in regards to the 8 players under 18 years of age being signed for potential infringement of the rules of third-party ownership.
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Manchester City are reportedly set to give their squad’s fringe players a couple of opportunities in a busy week for the defending Premier League champions.

Having come out relatively unscathed in their recent busy fixtures, with no injuries to any key personnel, some key fixtures – season-defining games – are upon them, so it makes sense to give their star players a rest if they get the chance. Continue reading ‘CITY TO GIVE SQUAD OPPORTUNITIESrgb’

Pep And How He Handles Man City


Even though the last match between Man City and Arsenal resulted in City’s win, many think that Pep Guardiola often over-thinks the strategies or micromanages his team. This might have helped in the recent success but it could also lead to additional stress that might not work for anyone.

It was noted by many how Pep was gesticulating, raging and fuming outside the field in the last match. Many feel that Manchester City players are not made for handling setbacks and they run on a single theme. Pep is also seen to be too controlling and intense when the game is on and it could result in a side that gets neurotic and does not think for themselves when the game becomes tough.
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Best Bets Of Premier League, Everton Might Cause Problems For The Defense Of Manchester City


Manchester City has dropped points in only 6 of their league games in the previous season. One among them was against Everton at home. The Merseyside team was being managed by Ronald Koeman had come away with 1-1 draw game from Etihad in which Kyle Walker, the City defender had been sent off in the forty-fourth minute.

The form of Everton in the last 5 fixtures has been pretty great. A 0-0 draw against Chelsea and an unfortunate defeat at Anfield show that they can mix it on the road to the bigger team by division. However, 1-0 win at home to Cardiff along with 2 draws against Watford and Newcastle at Goodison Park implies that they struggle because of their own patch while playing against the weaker teams.
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