Published: Wed, July 25, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Serie A challenges Premier League in summer spending

Serie A challenges Premier League in summer spending

But the Manchester City boss refused to criticise Jurgen Klopp for making a mockery of his claim two years ago "to do things different", saying the Liverpool manager must do what he feels is best for his team.

"If we are going to compare November, December, January, comparing the position, we are going to lose all the comparisons with what we have done last season".

"When we made a decision to extend the contract, first of all I am comfortable, the second one is the club trust what we are doing", he said.

History is against him, however, as no Premier League team has successfully defended the title since United in 2009 and Guardiola concedes past achievements will count for nothing if results go awry. I'm not going to judge what the others are doing. In the holding midfield position we don't have less players because Fernandinho is still there one more year, [Ilkay] Gundogan can play there, Fabian Delph can play there. If they believe it's the best for them, it's ideal for them.

For around 11 million euros, Amazon Prime cameras earned the privilege of following Manchester City and Pep Guardiola through their record breaking Premier League campaign in 2017/18. "It's impossible, nearly impossible".

Some of you play better when you are angry with me. I don't like it when colleagues speak about me or my plans.

"His target is to play as many minutes with us, and the national team is a effect of that", he said.

Man City's official 2018/19 away kit
Man City's official 2018/19 away kit

"The level is now higher and every team will try to do better".

He added: "They are contenders to win the title".

"Always, Liverpool is a contender".

"United will be stronger and Liverpool and Chelsea and Tottenham and some of the others, Everton have appointed a good manager".

"Always at the beginning of the season the expectation of every team is high. We must focus on the next game - that is the only way to ensure you are stable".

That kit, seen below, was worn by the Citizens during their momentous Division 2 (now League One) play-off final victory over Gillingham at the end of the 1998/99 season.

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