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: 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

PREMIER LEAGUE:- Guardiola says, “Man City are not low on confidence”.

Manchester are not low on confidence despite a run of just one win in five games and Pep Guardiola says it's important to not even analyse performance not just result. City drew 2-2 at Newcastle united on Saturday leaving the champions 11 points adrift of leaders Liverpool. The result comes after defeat by Liverpool and victory over Chelsea in the premier league and a pair of draw in the champions League. Guardiola told reporters "you have to see how the players run, how far, how they tried and the body language. We never give up. The team is always there. That is my feeling". "you (the media) analyse the result. Of course, it's not good for us. "I know it doesn't t

CHAMPIONS LEAGEU:-Pep. Guardiola, said “We need fans to make the team to the next step

A report was cited from BBC Sport News written by MICHAEL BROWN former Man city midfielder in today's BBC sport News Manchester City fans willing to help the team with lots of praises Some Manchester City fans might take their side's latest progress into the knockout stages of the Champions League for granted, but the statistics show it is a special achievement in itself. City's draw with Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday meant they have made it out of the group stage for a seventh successive season - a run only Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Paris St-Germain can match. Those are the kind of clubs that City are comparing themselves to now, and they are all measured by how they perform in