Manchester City have revealed their new home kit for the 2018/19 season, which they will wear for the first time against Brighton on Wednesday evening. Definitely, United was in our way. To come to the game, they had such confidence, they thought they were going to beat us.
"I'll never forget it, they missed big chances and at half-time we were almost fighting in the dressing-room".
"They are friends of mine - Ferran [Soriano], Txiki [Begiristain] and Khaldoon [Al Mubarak] - and we have time to talk fluently about what is best for the club and us".
Yaya Toure hasn't started a single league game - in fact, the 34-year-old midfielder's contribution to City's title-winning campaign has consisted of nine appearances as a second-half substitute - but that didn't matter.
He spent four trophy-laden years with Barcelona before a three-year stint in charge of German giants Bayern Munich.
Al-Mubarak reckons Toure deserves all the plaudits he gets because he has made a huge impact at the club. I wanted to be more part of it on the field, not out of the field. We are different. I put the game so far away that people think it is easy.
Manchester City are the highest goalscorers in Premier League home games this season (58) while Brighton have scored fewer on the road than any other side (9).
"In terms of stats and numbers we were the best this season, we are so satisfied".
Albion, in common with nearly every Premier League club other than Burnley, have collected more points at home this season than away.
He said: "I am very sad about it".
"Of course when it happens, everyone wants to help and wants to be there and wants to be part of the situation, the families when they suffer this bad painful situation". The final ball was lacking and even David Silva misplaced some passes.
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'It is one thing you'll be able to take a look at and see how efficient you've gotten been, ' Toure mentioned. "I wish him well and hopefully he can stay in world football, if he desires, and maybe come back here or another place". The manager doesn't know I'm doing that. I remember just under a year ago Pablo Zabaleta had his farewell, and that began on the bench.
"It' something very great. Today we saw it", Guardiola said. Without doubt he was, and is, one of the most important players in the whole history of this club. He could become the 11th player to reach 50 goals before his 24th birthday.