CORONAVIRUS: Pep Guardiola is against keeping fans out during match

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says he would prefer matches to be postponed rather than played behind closed doors. Having seen matches across Europe played in empty stadiums, Guardiola feels it is only a matter of time before the Premier League is affected. The City manager said he will be guided by the game's authorities about how games should be played but his preference would be postponements. "Does football work without spectators?" he said. "If the people can't come, there is no sense. We will follow what we have to do, but I wouldn't like to do it without the people." A number of European matches this week are set to be played behind closed doors, including Valencia v Atalanta in the Champions League on

Soccar News: Manchester United restricted by Wolves in FA Cup standstill, City’s sail through.

Spattering Man United were power influenced to settle to for a dogged 0-0 draw against Wolves in the FA Cup turn, while Manchester City holders begin's their command to hold a trophy with a defeat of 4-1 on Saturday against Port Vale. The Red's manager, Ole Gunner Solskjaer difficulty side didn't negotiate one shot on target in a domestic game for the first time in five years. Man United are also beaten by Arsenal with 2-0 in the Premier league on Wednesday, Manchester once again fight hard for to look for any impulse and now they will go on replay against the match at Old Trafford later in January. "it's a tough place to come, they had chance, Sergio Romero made some great

Soccar News: Arsenals magager Mikel Arteta says Granit Xhaka can Succeed at Arsenal contempt fans fallout.

The Arsenals manager Arteta said, the midfielder Xhaka is walking toward the right direction as he reconstruct his relationships with the teams fans, where in the coming days he can be important player in the team moving forward. Granit Xhaka the Swiss international player shows his reaction unhappily to his home supporters as they shows their lack of interest apparently toward him, he then move off as the meet with Crystal Palace in October and later on the captaincy was remove by the team manager as given to him by the former team manager Unai Emery. Granit Arteta, the former Arsenals midfielder told the British media before he played his match against Bournemouth on Thursday that, "when i was moving from Arsenal

Soccar News: Zinedine Zidane said Pep Guardiola is the best among all the coach around the globe.

Zidane persist Saturday as his key meaning this season was to win La Liga with Madrid, but the invection is that they face a sensation hurtle willing to outwit Guardiola and Man Cities who they clashes with in the last 16 of the champions league. Zinedine Zidane, who worn three series of champions league cup as a great coach portrays Pep Guardiola who won two cup, denotes the Catalan's as the "best coach of the world". The two sides clashes with Madrid on February 26th and with Man city on the second batch on March 17th. Pep Guardiola leads Barcelona in 2009 and 2011 champions league title. He went further to win plaudits at Munich and Man City to win domestic championship

Soccar News: Marcus Rashford the Man united star can coincide CR7 – Ole Gunner Solskjaer

The man united star Marcus Rashford was so impressed and full of praise for his high performance in Reds Striker compared to the Jeep superstar legend Cristiano Ronaldo. The Man United manager Ole Solskjaer believes that Rashford the Reds star can come across the same level as Ronaldo if he continue the upgrade his current performance. Marcus Rashford continues promoting his excellences this season as he start by scoring amazing goal won Man city by 2-1 at Premier League champion on Saturday. Though the 22 years old Man United and still the England star score 13 wonderful goal this term were by the 10 out of the goal are from the Premier League. Ole Gunner Solskjaer support Marcus Rashford to

Premier League news: Neville, Roy Keane pebble “proper” Manchester United performance.

Former Man United skipper Roy Keane said the club's 2-1 win over restraining Premier League champions Man City on Saturday will give the players much needed confidence to shed the inconsistency that has desked them all season. Achievement derby rivals City followed a 2-1 win over former boss Mourinho's Tottenham on Wednesday, raising Man United to fifth in the table after 16 games and easing pressure on manager Ole Solskjaer. Roy Keane told Sky Sport "I absolutely did not see this coming. It was fantastic a proper Man United performance. Lots of courage and conduct. They were outstanding". "I don't think beating Tottenham Hotspur was a big deal at home, but that win over City will give the players a