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Manchester City lose appeal against Fernandinho's four game ban

Manchester City lose appeal against Fernandinho's four game ban

"In the last five or six years Manchester City achieved more targets and got better and grew the most".

Pep Guardiola hopes to resolve misconceptions about his retirement remarks, and assures that he's not leaving anytime soon.

"Burnley are not an easy team, they are doing exceptionally, we've beaten them away and home - 10 v 11 and that's why I'm so happy".

Guardiola took over at Manchester City in the summer, after winning 14 trophies in four years at Spanish giants Barcelona and three successive Bundesliga titles with German club Bayern Munich. The 45-year-old Manchester City boss's comments echo the career of his mentor, Johan Cruyff, who died last year.

Coaching great Pep Guardiola's hint that Manchester City may be his last job has raised eyebrows and suggests the club's erratic form is getting to the poker-faced Spaniard. "I will not be on the bench until I am 60 or 65 years old". I want to do something else in my life. "I thought I knew about football, but when I started to work with him a new world appeared in front of me".

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The forward has had better luck playing in Premier League 2, scoring two and assisting another in four appearances in the reserve competition.

"When I said to compare the history and the titles, Liverpool, United, Barcelona and Real Madrid, and these kind of clubs, we are behind".

"It will offer me a little bit more in terms of the game but we just have to treat it as a cup tie and look to go through".

YAYA TOURE, Manchester City midfielder, issuing a rallying cry to his team-mates. "I will always be grateful for the people who trust me to come here".

Despite now being three points better off in the league, the former Barca boss believes it will take 10 years for his current club to achieve the same status as their neighbours. Football is the most hard game in the world because it is open and every situation is completely different and you have to make decisions minute by minute.