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Man City Made Right Decision To Sell Palmer To Chelsea –Guardiola

Man City Made Right Decision To Sell Palmer To Chelsea –Guardiola

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola believes the club made the right decision to sell Cole Palmer to Chelsea.

Guardiola made this known ahead of both teams clash in the FA Cup semi-finals first leg on Saturday.

In an interview with the club’s website, the Spanish tactician stated that City made the perfect decision of selling him to Chelsea.

 

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“He’s an exceptional player, we knew when he was here. He’s a nice guy, a shy guy, with a lot of confidence, and he’s playing fantastically well.

“But he was asking for two seasons to leave. I said ‘no, stay’. But he still said ‘no, I want to leave’. What can I say?”

On facing Chelsea after this week’s Champions League exit, he added: “We don’t have an option, we can’t feel sorry for ourselves.

“We don’t have time to reflect, we’ll do that in the summertime. You compete to win, but sometimes you lose games, and that’s what happened.”


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 6
  • pompei 4 weeks ago

    Man City’s loss, Chelsea’s gain.

  • He can say this blcos Chelsea is not contesting the league wit him if not he would hve regreted it.

  • Mindurbusiness Olaosenikan 4 weeks ago

    Palmer na pomo. The player no sabi. Man City no lose shishi.

  • Mindurbusiness Olaosenikan 4 weeks ago

    That Palmer na pomo. Good riddance from Man City.

  • Mindurbusiness Olaosenikan 4 weeks ago

    Good riddance

  • Chima E Samuels 4 weeks ago

    The success secret of Pep is Honestly. That is why I’ve always said behind any bad coach lies dishonesty. Somebody comes to mind when I say this but I won’t call names just to keep Sunday Holy.

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