Pep picked out two Man City midfielders for praise after Crystal Palace win.
It should be a fairly comfortable Man City win, right? Surely? Son and Lucas might be Tottenham's only chances.
Fernandinho had clearly been told to be physical. But he crossed the line and it could have been costly.
Four Sky Sports pundits are asked to give their top three PotY candidates. Only one is a unanimous pick.
"It is not easy to stay there at the top because the pressure is so high. You have to win every game."
"The amount of work he gets through is overlooked by the technique he has as well."
Peter Goldstein's 11 selections come from a total of four games. He watches them all, remember...
Pep Guardiola got it ever so right, while Jurgen Klopp got it ever so wrong. Liverpool are still in control. Just.
A second consecutive loss from a winning position has put City seven points behind Liverpool. What on earth is going wrong?
How could we leave out any of that three-man central midfield? But there is praise for Newcastle too...
Wow. There is some absolute bull in the football media. Including Fernandinho as a non-fouling master of the dark arts.
Pep Guardiola has gone out of his way to make Fernandinho feel special this week...
So Xherdan Shaqiri's talk of bringing title-winning "experience" to Liverpool got us thinking....
Man City's rivals - okay, Liverpool - have strengthened more significantly, while Pep's men are stretched and knackered...
Fernandinho has defended Raheem Sterling as one of the biggest contributors to Man City's success.
Santi Cazorla was at No 11, narrowly missing out. Two clubs have more than one entrant.
Liverpool "play long balls", according to Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho. Lost in translation?
Fernandinho toes the party line by insisting Man City will take it step by step until the title is sealed.
"The initial prognosis suggests the problem isn't serious," say City. But he won't be ready for Arsenal.
Fernandinho's contract was due to expire in the summer but the midfielder has signed an extension
Would Pep Guardiola get into this Manchester City side in his playing pomp? Not ahead of Fernandinho...
“The City project is much more than about signing a single player." Lots of players, you mean?
We all know some massive Premier League names with expiring contracts, but what about the rest?
Pep Guardiola insists Fernandinho is not an aggressive player as the City midfielder prepares to return.
Kevin De Bruyne admits Manchester City have missed Fernandinho in the centre of the park.
Fernandinho will be out for four games after Man City's appeal against his ban was rejected.
The Man United duo are a pair of nasty buggers. WhoScored compile an ill-disciplined XI for your pleasure.
Neville and Carragher name as many Sunderland players as they do Arsenal ones. Ouch.
Sergio Aguero has been banned for four matches by the Football Association.
Milestone man Gareth Barry makes it, but where's Wayne Rooney on this list? The old men are here...
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