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Man City boss Guardiola demands humility from players: Don't talk too much


Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola will look for his side to build on their derby day win in the Champions League.

The Citizens pulled off an outstanding 6-3 win over Manchester United in the Premier League on Sunday.

Now their focus turns to the Champions League group stages, where they take on Copenhagen.

Asked about Copenhagen's league struggles, he stated in his press conference: “Expectations is to handle the journalists and people who expect us to win. I'm not this type of manager. Never play against top teams, have a lot of respect. Last season in your country and sometimes the next season have to have moments you struggle.

"For one game, everything can happen. Last night I watch them vs Dortmund and today I saw them with their new manager and against Sevilla. I don't watch the table or the position, I watch who they are as a team. My staff help a lot to discover. Infront of the players we see who we face. CL I have too much respect. This won't be an exception tomorrow."

He added on his impressions of their squad: “I pay attention to my team. I pay attention if they take seriously or not the compliments in the last games. If someone talks too much I don't like it. I pay attention in training who behaves. I know we are who are are and can create problems for them. But we don't win just because we are Man City. Many examples happen in the past if we are not who we are we struggle."

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