Man City win fourth consecutive Premier League title – dwell response | EUROtoday

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Pep Guardiola has advised his Manchester City gamers to strap themselves in for one more nerve-shredding, rollercoaster experience of a ultimate day as they bid to grow to be the primary membership in English soccer historical past to win 4 consecutive league titles.

It is the fifth time in 12 years – and third time throughout Guardiola’s tenure – that City will head into the ultimate day with the title on the road.

And the Catalan has warned his gamers to be prepared for one more dramatic finale in line with the Aston Villa sport two seasons in the past or Queens Park Rangers a decade earlier than that.

“We need to win one game to be champions so everyone would love to be in our position but it won’t be easy,” the City supervisor mentioned.

“I have the feeling it will be an Aston Villa game. We would love to be 3-0 up but it isn’t going to happen. We saw enough West Ham games in the last few days and in the last game [against them]they have a few things we have to control. But we are ready.”

The sport will likely be David Moyes’s final as West Ham supervisor and he joked this week that it might be “difficult to stop City’s Under-14s winning the title”, not to mention their rampant first group. But Guardiola expects West Ham to make life extraordinarily troublesome and has advised his gamers to be able to endure.

“He [Moyes] will do everything to beat us,” mentioned Guardiola. “What happened against Aston Villa and QPR, with the Agüero moment and the Dzeko moment. I’m ready for it to be a tough, tough game. I want to put in the minds of the players – look at Tottenham, how they fought for every ball [in Tuesday’s 2-0 win]it was incredible aggression and commitment.

“I don’t care about the outside. I only care about the 11 players at West Ham. They will be ready to beat us. That happened with Aston Villa – they didn’t play for anything, in the same position, two years ago. I know what happened. It’s going to happen the same.

“Ourselves and our people have to come here to be ready to support from the first minute and be with us, to do it together.”