Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola defends Leroy Sane over body language criticism

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola defends Leroy Sane over body language criticism

"I hope he likes sports and if he gets into football we'll help him", added Silva, who remains keen to return home away from the hassles of the English Premier League.

The England forward is expected to be back in action for City against Fulham this weekend after missing the Three Lions' clashes with Spain and Switzerland over the past week with a slight back injury. Bernardo Silva, Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling support Sergio Aguero. "He started in an incredible condition and he deserves to play".

We'd just like to congratulate Jose Mourinho's Manchester United on winning the league.actually no way that should be allowed to happen, can we just say no one won last season?!

Fulham, which rejoined England's top flight following promotion at the end of last season, is coming off a 2-2 draw against Brighton.

"All our strikers, except Sergio [Aguero], are so young".

"I've always said that I would like to play for Las Palmas, but we'll see how things are in two years".

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"He's a competitive guy". "His body language is the same as last season and he was the best young player in the Premier League".

"It's not about "I don't like you anymore" or "I prefer this one or the other one" - it's not".

"After that, I don't know".

According to the report, City's income has increased six-fold in the past decade and they have risen from 20th to fifth in European clubs' revenues league table. That is not the case.

Don't believe us? City Watch spoke to Kieran Maguire, a lecturer in football finance at the University of Liverpool, and he said "the future looks good".