Man City boss Guardiola needs Hull of a boost

Apr 20, 2017, 08:50
Man City boss Guardiola needs Hull of a boost

David Luiz gave an interview to ESPN Brasil after the match, and said things are perfectly normal between them: "I am fully aware of what I do, of the career I have". Chelsea's shock defeat to Crystal Palace was partly down to his absence, with makeshift wingback Pedro exposed by Wilfried Zaha.

The Belgian worldwide said: "We have shown in the previous year or two what we are capable of".

City could still salvage the season by winning the FA Cup - otherwise it will be his first campaign without silverware.

According to The Sun, a Chelsea staff member allegedly told a Manchester City rival in Italian "we f***** you up the a***".

"I think it's not important what happened in the tunnel, it's important what happened on the pitch".

"So I like to use him a little bit more for the last pass, arriving to the box, because there he is a fantastic player".

Manchester City's season has hit a bump at a bad time, and a victory at home to Hull City on Saturday will help bolster their bid to play Champions League football.

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Chelsea responded by securing a massive three points against Manchester City on Wednesday night while Spurs nearly dropped points at Swansea, if it wasn't for a last minute glut of goals.

Chelsea remain seven points clear of second placed Tottenham with eight games to play, yet with just minutes left on a dramatic evening it seemed the Blues would have a much greater lead.

"I don't know what is necessary to win the league - maybe a bit of luck - but I think this group has massive quality and is very special".

"I was expecting from the beginning of the season to fight for the Premier League until the end". We have to work harder and harder and better and better to minimise these kind of things.

Marco Silva has sparked a revival since taking charge at the KCOM Stadium in January and the Tigers moved out of the bottom three for the first time since October by beating Middlesbrough on Wednesday.

"I know this manager was in Greece [with Olympiacos] and we played in the Champions League when I was at Bayern Munich", he added. I liked the way they played when we were there and now they have players with a lot of talent in the way they want to play.