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Manager Watch: Mourinho vs. Guardiola

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo: Criticism makes me stronger

Pep Guardiola pays his respects to Leicester City, while saying their quality is still apparent despite their results.

Under-fire Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo insists that he will use any criticism of his performances to improve.

Bravo, 33, has struggled to adapt to the Premier League after arriving to replace Torino-loanee Joe Hart this summer and has been at fault for a number of goals, while he was sent off on his return to Camp Nou in the Champions League.

However, the Chile international is ready to use the experiences to get better.

"The problem is that, from 300 passes, you make one mistake......

Chelsea's Antonio Conte 'scared' for David Luiz after Sergio Aguero tackle

David Luiz reflects on Sergio Aguero's rash tackle and Chelsea's statement win over Man City.
Antonio Conte has refused to comment on speculation linking Chelsea with a move for Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez.

LONDON -- Antonio Conte admits he was "scared" that David Luiz had suffered a serious injury as a result of Sergio Aguero's red card tackle in the closing stages of Chelsea's 3-1 win over Manchester City last Saturday.

Aguero caught Luiz on the knee with a frustrated lunge in the final seconds of a fiery match at the Etihad Stadium, sparking a mass brawl between Chelsea and City players that resulted in referee Anthony Taylor dismissing both the Argentine striker and teammate Fernandinho.

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Man City's Pep Guardiola: Busy football schedule is 'killing' players

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola was delighted to escape a 'tough' UEFA Champions League group with a game in hand.

MANCHESTER -- Pep Guardiola says players need to be given more time off because the busy football schedule is "killing" them.

His Manchester City side have played 24 matches already this season and have another seven games to come over the next four weeks.

But the Spaniard is also concerned about their international demands with FIFA president Gianni Infantino this week suggesting the World Cup is set to be extended for 48 teams in 2018.

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Guardiola says the number of games should be reduced and...