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Man City players committed despite UEFA ban - Guardiola

Pep Guardiola gives his reaction to the European ban imposed on his Man City side by UEFA for the first time.
Ale Moreno believes Bayern Munich's Serge Gnabry doesn't need to chase a move to Man City.
Steve Nicol explains why Man City's Champions League ban won't affect Pep Guardiola's loyalty to the club.
Zinedine Zidane expects Real Madrid's Champions League tie with Manchester City to be even more difficult now.

Pep Guardiola has said his players remain committed to Manchester City despite the prospect of a Champions League ban hanging over the club.

City have been hit with a two-year ban from Europe by UEFA after being found guilty of Financial Fair Play breaches.

The club intend to lodge an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport, but Guardiola has said the focus of his squad will not be affected.

"I'm completely sure of the commitment of our players," Guardiola told a news conference ahead of...

Mourinho's negativity doomed Spurs for failure in Leipzig defeat

Alejandro Moreno and Craig Burley lament Jose Mourinho's excuses following Tottenham's loss against Leipzig.

On Wednesday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, we saw a team show glimpses of the old Tottenham Hotspur, the young, vibrant side that thrilled everyone under Mauricio Pochettino and came so close to a couple of improbable title wins.

The problem was that team was RB Leipzig.

Tottenham will go into the second leg of this Champions League knockout tie with a fighting chance, only 1-0 down when it could have been so much worse. They might try to convince themselves that in the absence of their two most...

Mourinho bristles over 'out of line' query after Spurs loss to Leipzig

Jose Mourinho refuses to answer a question which he deems "out of order" after Spurs' Champions League defeat.
Alejandro Moreno and Craig Burley lament Jose Mourinho's excuses following Tottenham's loss against Leipzig.

Jose Mourinho said Tottenham Hotspur are still alive in the Champions League despite his side being outplayed by RB Leipzig in their 1-0 loss in the first leg of the last-16 tie on Wednesday.

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In a tense post-match news conference in which Mourinho said a reporter's question was "out of line," the Portuguese manager remained defiant regarding his side's chances to come back.

The illustrious Portuguese...

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola hits back at Barcelona chief over ban comments

Pep Guardiola gives his reaction to the European ban imposed on his Man City side by UEFA for the first time.
Steve Nicol explains why Man City's Champions League ban won't affect Pep Guardiola's loyalty to the club.
Julien Laurens explains how Manchester City's UEFA ban will be perceived by other big clubs around Europe.
Gab Marcotti explains what comes next for Manchester City in their effort to appeal their two-year ban.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola took aim at the president of his former club Barcelona on Wednesday over comments he had made following UEFA's two-year European ban imposed on the English champions.

City are appealing against UEFA's sanction, imposed after they ruled the Premier League club had made "serious breaches" of Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations.

At a press conference on Tuesday, Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu commented: "I would like to thank UEFA regarding FFP, they've...

8/10 Lo Celso lone bright spot as Spurs slump vs. RB Leipzig

Alejandro Moreno and Craig Burley lament Jose Mourinho's excuses following Tottenham's loss against Leipzig.
Craig Burley reacts to the news Spurs' Son Heung-min is expected to miss the rest of the 2019-20 campaign.

Tottenham slumped to dismal 1-0 defeat against RB Leipzig on Wednesday night, leaving the London side with a mountain to climb in the second leg. Jose Mourinho's team were second best from the onset, with only some handy goalkeeping from Hugo Lloris preventing them from going behind early in the first half. The game's key turning came on the hour mark, with Spurs left back Ben Davies fouling Konrad Laimer inside the penalty box. Timo Werner clinically dispatched the spot kick to hand RB Leipzig...