Published: Wed, September 19, 2018
Sport | By Patty Hardy

Mendy misses Man City match due to knee problem

Mendy misses Man City match due to knee problem

"His natural position is out wide, but it's important for us to have players who can play in several positions and Bernardo is one of them".

The Catalan won the Champions League twice while in charge of Barcelona but could not deliver European success during his time in charge of Bayern Munich before arriving at City in 2016.

The only slight disappointment for Guardiola was that his side squandered so many chances and Sergio Aguero will require assessment before Wednesday's Champions League tie against Lyon about being substituted early in the second half with a sore ankle.

Pep Guardiola has revealed Benjamin Mendy missed Manchester City's win over Fulham due to a knee injury. I had two weeks watching them.

"Even for me, I needed a period to know, to understand a little bit and everything about the way we wanted to play and in the way that we are aggressive without the ball". But that is not the issue, that is not the problem.

'He is doing well, once again he helped us and he's a fantastic player. "I am pretty sure Fulham will be in the Premier League next year", he said.

"It's normal after what happened last season that people ask about him".

Guardiola is very demanding with his players and doesn't want to see any kind of relaxation. "I hope he stays forever!"

Silva would likely have to take a significant pay cut to join the Spanish club was which was relegated to the second tier last term.

"My reaction and extra expression is when they miss the simple things". That, I can not handle in myself.

Fulham had actually begun the match positively, but Jean-Michael Seri's misplaced pass was pounced upon by Fernandinho, who set the ball up on a plate for Sane to stroke home from close range. At just 23-years-old he already has bags of top-level experience to his name and the potential to become one of the most unsafe players in world football.

"They [the players] are maybe angrier than me so no doubt". According to The Times, Sterling, who now earns £175k a week, wants a 100k a week pay rise which would see him become one of the highest paid players in the Premier League. You are still not [doing] the normal situations. "Now we start. Until the Liverpool game [7 October] we will be here for one month with a game every three days, so everyone is going to settle".

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