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Big spenders City look set to put Feyenoord to the sword

13 Setiembre 2017

The Citizens begin their campaign with a trip to face Dutch champions Feyenoord and the match is free for anyone to watch across the BT Sport network. These are matters we need to be sharp about. "Real Madrid last year played the last month in La Liga with a second team".

The wait is finally over as the big boys are back in action as the Champions League gets back underway for the 2017/18 season.

And Toure's hopes of game time are going to get even slimmer when Ilkay Gundogan is back up and running as he continues his recovery from the cruciate knee ligament injury which has ruled him out since last December.

"Ederson is here, he's got..."

Relayed by De Telegraaf, he said: "We have a lot of respect for City, but we are not afraid of them".

"Champions League is so demanding, The teams are so physical".

"Feyenoord have more European titles than City", Guardiola said.

A photograph released since has shown eight stitches in wounds on the side of his face.

They arrived in the Champions League final with a fresh team. A third trophy would equal Carlo Ancelotti and Bob Paisley's record.

So the bejewelled story of Guardiola and the Champions League starts another chapter, 25 years on from his glorious introduction as a young Barcelona player in 1992, the season the club finally won the tournament for the first time.

"No, no - it is just a sporting decision", he added. Last season, Manchester City was not easily out of the group round of the Champions League, but in the first stage of the playoffs, Monaco lost. "I want more from Yaya, more from everyone".

They faced a further blow up front after leading striker Nicolai Jorgensen came off with a leg muscle injury 21 minutes into the Heracles game.

Guessing Pep Guardiola's starting XI for a game can be one of the toughest jobs in world football. If we are not at our top level, we cannot compete. Guardiola praised Toure's role in his side that gave them the balance, experience and control he was searching for.

Big spenders City look set to put Feyenoord to the sword