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Pep Guardiola revealed the thinking behind putting Kyle Walker in goal after Claudio Bravo's red card against Atalanta.
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Gabriel Jesus says Man City can catch Liverpool in the race for the Premier League title, because they did it last season.
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Manchester City's attempt to halt a UEFA investigation into allegations that the club breached financial fair play regulations has failed after its appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) was thrown out on Friday.
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Pep Guardiola admits defeat, saying Manchester City have lost the Premier League and now it's time to focus on the Champions League.
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