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man. City: Guardiola does not apologize to the fans

inform us Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola made it clear to the fans that they should have been present in greater numbers for the Champions League match against RB Leipzig. His statement surprised the fans and caused a slight anger among them, but the 50-year-old Spanish professional is not apologizing.


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Guardiola was recommended by the city’s official fan club general secretary to stay in training (Image: AFP)

The Catalan leader appeared after Wednesday’s Champions League group stage match against KoR Leipzig 6-3. At the Etihad Stadium, just over 38,000 spectators witnessed the defeat of Leipzig, who also hired Peter Gulacci, Dominic Zuboszlai and Willy Urban, while the facility has 54,000 seats.

Kevin Parker, The general secretary of the city’s official fan club told British media that Guardiola should stay in his profession because Unaware that there might be a problem for some printers to reach the stadium by 8pm on Wednesday, he confirmed that a large number of local printers also appeared in the English Championship against Arsenal and Norwich (previous 52276 and last 51437).

The Spanish coach said he had no problem with the number of spectators for Premier League matches.

“I have to explain what I’m saying. After my domestic PL match, I didn’t complain about not having a full houseTell Pep Guardiola. “I won’t apologize for what I said, that we need encouragement.” I am very grateful to the fans who took part in our match against Leipzig.”

“I never asked the fans why they didn’t come out to the match. Mr. Parker should listen again to what I have already said. I will not apologize to him.”

It has also been covered by former Spain defender Nathan Akira – whose father passed away after scoring the first goal of his 26-year-old Dutch life in the Premier League – and on the official Manchester City website. She said, Which he expects in the league against Southampton.

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Currently, John Stones and Aymeric Laporte are also injured. Aki showed me how great his character was. We empathize with him and can count on us for everything. I’m sure he’s ready and will fight for us on Saturday.”