Guardiola will 'kill' Man City players if they get complacent

Doug Mendoza
November 22, 2017

Thousands of supporters from the Dutch club are in Manchester ahead of tonight's match with City in Champions League.

Guardiola named a changed line-up, and they failed to show the fluidity that has come to characterise City this season - but they did get the win in the end.

Boss Pep Guardiola must make do without centre-back John Stones, who has a hamstring injury, while Vincent Kompany is not risked.

"Last year, there were games where we could have been better but we weren't clinical enough". The calendar demands so much from the players and that is why we have to have big squads to rotate because it is impossible to sustain these players every three days.

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Feyenoord fans aimed a cheeky dig at Manchester United last night, as they prepared for a visit to City's Etihad Stadium. There are starts for Ilkay Gundogan, Yaya Toure and Bernardo Silva, while Kevin De Bruyne also plays. We are going to prepare for the Feyenoord game the same way we prepared today or at Stamford Bridge and I demand to the players that we win the game.

"That is not going to happen because I am their manager", Guardiola said.

"I have an fantastic squad with good players and everyone is going to play and I have to use the squad".

Feyenoord are no strangers to Manchester, having visited United previous year for a Europa League match at Old Trafford - when they also took the chance to wind up Reds fans, chanting City's beloved "Blue Moon" song.

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