Manchester City heap more misery on Sunderland to go third in EPL
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Mar 06, 2017,
Mar 06, 2017, 0:48
Pep Guardiola began his English adventure pitting his wits against Sunderland on the opening day of the season and now, seven months later, he travels to Wearside this weekend with his side looking formidable in their quest for league, cup and European glory.
Guardiola's post-match interview can be heard in the podcast, as can the views of Souness and Redknapp, with the duo discussing the title race and whether Chelsea can be caught. If they keep doing that we'll have a great chance. Against Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur we played well and we have to do that again.
"I don't think you can fault the players for any of that". (You have) to accept you have to win every single game when (we know) that isn't going to happen. "That's why we have to continue, now comes Stoke City and it is so important for us and we need our supporters because people will start to be exhausted".
"When this kind of huge player sometimes doesn't play there is always a debate".
"We have an exceptional relationship".
"We are honest and I said to him from the beginning to him when I came, everything was good and when Gabriel came here I gave him continuity". Jan Kirchhoff and Steven Pienaar are unlikely to play as well as they are unfit, while Jack Rodwell is still suffering from a hamstring problem.
"His [Aguero's] goals are so important for us". Moyes' Black Cats have dropped their last two games and must realize that if they are to once again dodge relegation to the Championship, they must start accumulating points on their home field, even against top sides like City. They're the team that possess so much quality and could go on a 10-game unbeaten run.
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"So when you are a football player or manager in a big club like Manchester City, you have to be able to handle that".
As for David Moyes' side, they have been struggling all season and have won just once in their last 11 games in all competitions and now languish in the relegation zone.
"[But] we are so happy". "You could not question the attitude or energy of the players".
"We have to do what we did in the past few years, which is get out of where we are". I am thinking if we can only have one shot against Everton, Cab will have nothing to do for 90 minutes.
"There is no room for manoeuvre".
"We know in football how quickly things can change", said Borini. That's when I stay calm and get my experience out of my performances.
"They are the most hard games", he said. I will take a 2-1 win and not play the game, but I do expect us to win by a comfortable score say 3-1 or 4-1.