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Guardiola hails referee Madley for disallowing Mahrez penalty

Guardiola hails referee Madley for disallowing Mahrez penalty

But he reiterated that will not happen: "I know you insist a lot, but I'm not going to change, unfortunately for you".

Yaya Toure's camp claim they are yet to hear from Manchester City amid reports the midfielder is set to be offered a new contract.

Zabaleta is not alone in terms of a potential future away from the Etihad Stadium with fellow stars Yaya Toure, Jesus Navas, Bacary Sagna, Gael Clichy and Willy Caballero all unsure where they will be playing their football next season.

"So he played one week, last game, today, but still he's in like a preseason a little bit when we are finishing the season, so [he's had] no time".

It's widely considered to be the most iconic moment since the English top flight was rebranded in 1992 and Silva, who was a key player as City won their first title in 44 years, says it was an "unforgettable" occasion. Tony Pulis teams don't play thinking it doesn't matter.

The scores remained the same after Mahrez's disallowed penalty, allowing Manchester City to tighten their grip on a Champions League place finish.

"I had pressure when I became manager at Barcelona, when I had no reputation to defend myself with", Guardiola said Monday.

"We arrived at times to the byline but the last pass was not properly good and we missed the chances to nearly the finish the game".

Pep Guardiola admits it will be hard to replace Pablo Zabaleta's experience as the Man City boss goes in search of a new right-back this summer.

"His impact here was incredible, he was one of the first players to come here, he has helped the club to where it is right now", Guardiola added.

They also have players of a superior quality so look for them polish off the Baggies 3-0.

"But when we played against those teams, the gap was not too big and we are going to shorten it next season".

"After next Sunday, we will start talking with individuals", the Spaniard said. At the clubs I worked at before, I am not here.

Arsenal are trying to steal City's place but manager Arsene Wenger believes it could be hard for his side because some teams are "having a breezer" instead of competing until the end of the season.

"Well done. It's the first or second time I've seen that in my life", Guardiola said.


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