EPL: Guardiola reveals player that will replace David Silva at Man City

EPL: Guardiola reveals player that will replace David Silva at Man City

After a 31-year wait to be crowned Champions of England, it's easy to understand why there is plenty of unease around he Liverpool camp when it comes to talk of winning that elusive Premier League trophy.

Rodri says "tactical fouls" are among the aspects of football he is learning since signing for Manchester City.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has vowed to "step aside" if things are not going to plan at the club.

But with Man City's defensive injuries pilling up, and Pep Guardiola's men putting in some indifferent displays early in the season, there is a growing sense that this is finally Liverpool's season. "Never my teams are focused on making something wrong for the opponents", said Guardiola.

After City beat West Ham 5-0 in August, the club's former manager Manuel Pellegrini highlighted the number of fouls committed by Guardiola's team. "I didn't have this exact role in the team".

"We did not accidentally sign a new contract with Foden", he said.

"I am learning new things, how to go, when to stay, when I have to do a tactical foul, when I have to jump".

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Players not on global duty have been given the week off by Jurgen Klopp, but the Best FIFA Goalkeeper is determined to get back to match fitness, and has chose to remain at the training site to show his manager he's ready for the crucial game, according to ESPN.

A trip to Old Trafford to face arch-rivals Manchester United on October 20 is their next assignment. He's one of us and he is going to be brilliant - one of the Premier League's best.

Yet it still wasn't enough for the Reds to lift the title with Manchester City pipping them to the post by a single point.

Liverpool FC were 2-1 winners against Leicester City on Saturday thanks to goals from Sadio Mane and James Milner to preserve their flawless start to the season.

"We don't want to think we are already champions".

Liverpool's players are correct to try and calm things down after a sensational start to the season, but deep down they know this is surely the year they become even greater legends at Anfield.