Guardiola thinks that the City ‘something must change’ to land title to continue

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Since Manchester City are five games before the end of the league already has a champion to call it, looks trainer Josep Guardiola, with an eye to next season. The Spaniard thinks that some changes are required to the title to continue.

“As of this week, we need to look at the selection process for next season. To the current players, any new players and our training methods. To make a step forward, must do something to change,” said Guardiola on Friday at his press conference for the thuisduel with Swansea City.

Manchester City may since last weekend, the champion of England. The ‘Citizens’ had Saturday already with 2-3 Tottenham Hotspur won by the surprising 0-1 defeat of Manchester United a day later was the title a fact.

Guardiola had his players just a few days released, making the selection of City not together at the time the final whistle sounded at Manchester United-West Bromwich Albion.

“Everyone was at home, but in the last nine months we have each victory all together can celebrate. Winning the title was an incredible feeling,” said Guardiola.


City, that for the fifth time in the clubhistorie champion, hopes to be the first Premier League club since Manchester United are title know to continue.

The “Mancunians” were champion in the 2008/2009 season and took a year later, once again, the title, something which no club since then, more successfully. Guardiola is aware that City have a tough job waiting.

“We now have three times the Premier League won in seven years and the previous times it has been found that in the Premier League is difficult to successfully repeat. I am curious to see what my team next year.”

Manchester City plays this season, five matches, to begin with a home match against Swansea. Then come the team of Guardiola also West Ham United (from), Huddersfield Town (home), Brighton and Hove Albion (home) and Southampton (from).

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