Guardiola's Manchester City charge towards the quadruple

Posted April 06, 2019

"To do that they need to be ambitious and try and sign players like Dybala, who is young and exciting, and would be brilliant in the Premier League".

The weekend sees Wembley Stadium host the two FA Cup semifinals with Manchester City taking on Brighton on Saturday, while the Wolves face Watford on Sunday.

Three days later they will play against Tottenham Hotspur in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals, where they were knocked out by Liverpool last season.

And Hazard, a two-time Premier League champion with Chelsea, took the opportunity to fire a barb at Tottenham over failing to convert their undoubted development into trophies.

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It's unclear as to where those other eight teams would come from, but it's believed they would be from a mix of the Europa League and domestic league placings.

"So, I don't know how you're going to write, but mid-week against Cardiff, everybody said it was going to be easy".

"We have six cup finals, I think we can get results in all the final games", said Warnock.

"He could have scored two goals, he's exceptional", Guardiola told reporters.

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Liverpool take on Porto in the Champions League next week and Jurgen Klopp is expected to make a few changes to his first XI and players like Salah and Jordan Henderson could be rested on Friday in order to keep them fresh.

A look at the disciplinary table shows City as the second cleanest side in the top-flight so it will be a surprise if they bump the card count up. Those five teams also spent more on agents, who facilitate transfers and contracts negotiations with existing players. "I don't know what my level is going to be but to be fair I don't really care". Our main target is to win the league and the Champions League because we have the quality in the team and the staff, the club is awesome. He played on Wednesday, he will play a lot in the future'. "I think these kind of gestures make a better society for everybody".

Brighton, hovering just above the relegation zone in the Premier League, can bring the Quadruple bid crashing down with a win at Wembley on Saturday but few expect them to do so.

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