Pep Guardiola will continue to search for the reasons behind Man City's dip in form.
City extended their winless run to five matches after Southampton came away with a 1-1 draw.
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"In seven years I won 21 titles. So it's three titles per year playing in that way." Fair enough.
Pep has poured cold water on reports that Sergio Aguero and Vincent Kompany could leave City.
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Aguero and Kompany are fearing for their futures. Meanwhile, Liverpool are a little busy.
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Roy Keane has criticised Claudio Bravo's "decision making" after the keeper was sent off against Barca.
Pep Guardiola defended his decision to leave out Sergio Aguero after City's 4-0 thrashing in Barcelona.
Bravo did not bench Aguero, nor does he place undue pressure on his keeper. Guardiola is to blame here.
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