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Premier League: Pep Guardiola on Manchester City’s legacy – I would like followers to say in that interval we have been enjoyable

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Manchester City supervisor Pep Guardiola stated that he needs his staff to create a legacy the place the followers bear in mind them for having enjoyable. The staff is at present on high of the factors desk within the ongoing Premier League with 89 factors from 36 matches. If they handle to defeat West Ham of their subsequent sport on Sunday, May 25, they may all however win successive titles.

Guardiola has had a powerful run with the staff, having garnered as many as eight titles. But greater than successful titles, the veteran needs followers to recollect Manchester City as a staff which had a great deal of enjoyable.

“We have fun. That is the best legacy, when we are in something in our lives, doesn’t matter if professional, you have fun,” Guardiola was quoted as saying on Friday.

“Football is nice because behind you is a lot of people, our fans. I want City fans to say in that period we were fun, we play good, this is the best legacy. Emotional, give something unique watching our games, that is the best reward,” he said.

West Ham have misplaced 4 out of their final 5 video games and are positioned seventh within the Premier League factors desk. However, Guardiola doesn’t need his staff to undermine their opponent by any means.

“West Ham (have) done two extraordinary seasons, this season in the Europa League… An incredible season, so strong in all departments, set pieces, the quality upfront, with (Manuel) Lanzini, (Pablo) Fornals, (Jarrod) Bowen,” he stated.

“A top side, difficult, but we know how important it is to get three points. An incredible step to try and finish the job at home (in the final game) with our people,” he added.

City will play their final sport within the Premier League in opposition to Aston Villa on Sunday, May 22 on the City of Manchester Stadium.