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Manchester City's Pablo Maffeo backs Pep Guardiola to end winless spell

Pep Guardiola says Man City's six-match winless run is part of coaching, but is confident his side can recover.

Pep Guardiola is in the midst of his longest winless streak but full-back Pablo Maffeo is confident Manchester City will soon be back on track.

After starting life at the Etihad Stadium with 10 straight victories in all competitions, things have gone off track in recent weeks despite City still sitting top of the Premier League.

Wednesday's 1-0 EFL Cup exit at the hands of rivals Manchester United saw City fail to win for the sixth match in succession -- the longest stretch of games without a victory...

 By Michael Cox

Guardiola vs. Pulis: A true battle of wits

Pep Guardiola says Man City's six-match winless run is part of coaching, but is confident his side can recover.
The ESPN FC crew assess Manchester City's poor performances and how they'll have to improve before tough fixtures.
With Manchester City now winless in six matches, Stewart Robson says questions could be asked of Pep Guardiola.

Pep Guardiola is not the type of manager who will blindly subscribe to clichés about English football, as a comment at a recent press conference demonstrated.

When asked if the intensity of the Premier League harmed English teams' prospects in Europe, Guardiola questioned whether, in fact, the intensity in England is any different to Spain or Germany.

"I hear a lot of times about the intensity in the Premier League when none of you have been in La Liga or the Bundesliga to know how intense...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man United toilet block smashed up by supporters during Man City game

Former Man United defender Paul Parker feels Man United's EFL Cup win over City will surely boost their confidence.

Manchester United are having to carry out emergency repairs after a toilet block was smashed up during their 1-0 EFL Cup win over Manchester City on Wednesday, a club spokeswoman has confirmed to Manchester Evening News.

Footage emerged on social media after the game of a group of fans -- appearing to support City -- wrecking toilet facilities at Old Trafford.

The supporters can be heard chanting "City, City" as porcelain sinks are kicked off the wall and onto the ground, leaving a smashed up heap...