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Problems at Man City, the wonder duo Guardiola ruled out to face Brentford

The Catalan coach was slammed again by the injuries in the squad

By Mario Perez

Pep Guardiola discarded the presence of a top duo in Man City's game against Brentford.
Pep Guardiola discarded the presence of a top duo in Man City's game against Brentford.
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Manchester City’s coach Pep Guardiola would be living a difficult moment with the Citizens, as after his team saved a 1-1 draw against Chelsea in the Etihad Stadium on the twenty-fifth day of the Premier League, he would be ready to face more problems at the Mancunian institution.

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The Catalan coach, who was really disappointed with the performance shown by his men in the first half against the Blues, would now have serious problems composing the squad to visit Brentford next week, as he gave important injury updates in the last few hours.

Guardiola spoke to the media in the club’s press conference ahead of their postponed game against the Bees on Tuesday, and revealed that he would be without two members of his squad to face the clash.

In this sense, after having great news during the month of January with Jeremy Doku, Kevin De Bruyne, Erling Haaland and John Stones returning to the squad, he’ll have some issues on two of the most expensive players in the squad.

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These players would be none other than Jack Grealish and Josko Gvardiol, who according to Guardiola “are not ready to face Brentford”, which means that the Catalan coach would have a similar squad to visit the Bees to the one which faced Chelsea in the last few days.

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