The punishment Guardiola will give to his players for Champions League exit
Mar 18 2017 by Marjorie Miles
Last season, Manchester City were England's sole representatives in the quarter-finals of the Champions League and this time it is Leicester City. If you get a little bit passive they play around you.
The first is Philippe Coutinho, who was the star of the show when Liverpool registered their first big success under Klopp at the Etihad in late 2015.
"But the way they played was quite impressive".
City will be relying on the second key player - former Liverpool starlet Raheem Sterling, says Sachin Nakrani, also in the Guardian.
"Always we are going to take a decision but I always feel that support in the good moments and bad moments, especially in the bad moments".
Guardiola is also unlikely to recall City's loan players to the club, with Joe Hart, the England goalkeeper now at Torino, and Samir Nasri, the France midfielder at Sevilla, the most high-profile absentees.
Yes we know that we can be hard to play in games like this but we have to be at our best to get anything there because they are strong, they are good, and if you get a little bit passive they play you around. "He has the talent, form and opportunity to make it clear, once and for all, that he was right to go from red to blue".
"He prefers to win the Champions League, of course".
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"The problem in the first half was we didn't create against Monaco and that's what I'm most anxious about".
Floundering in 12th place, they went on to steamroller the division and pip Ipswich Town while City, who were second after their first Anfield win for 28 years, dropped to 10th.
"We have two months until the end of the season so I hope we are going to finish in the best way possible in the Premier League and FA Cup", Kolarov told City's official website. Barcelona, though, plays the Barcelona way, and fans are not receptive to change.
"We need to know exactly who we can line up". In hindsight it can be said that at this stage Guardiola should have introduced another defensive midfielder like Yaya Toure to partner Fernandinho and asked his back four not to play a high line.
"The first thing, as I've said manytimes, is to be fit enough to make the training sessions and for the last two weeks he has been there".
He declared that while everything is "legal", the culture is "obviously different" and also insisted that he is "not in doubt" about Guardiola's "quality" - saying: "Maybe a few other people are, I am not". I respect him a lot.
But, when the two side's last met on New Years Eve just the one goal settled the match, with the Reds earning a 1-0 victory through a Georginio Wijnaldum effort and Hamann believes it will be another close encounter, stating Liverpool can't afford to lose the fixture.
"I heard what Jose Mourinho said and what the pundits think about it", Klopp said.