Date: 11th December 2016 at 9:20am
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Like most of us Manchester City supporters yesterday’s Premier League matchday began, similar to many others. The day however ended on a sour note with Blues feeling outraged and humiliated by the Leicester City defeat.

It wasn’t so much the actual scoreline, although the result did play its part, it was the way Pep Guardiola’s arrogance came across, the inept tactical prowess and his inability to recognise that he’s coaching in the world’s most competitive league. You are not in Spain or Germany now Pep!

We all know the result but just in case you didn’t, click here for the match stats.

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On a personal note I have to say on that performance I feel battered, bruised and annoyed. Why, well most of it has already been said but one thing I will pick up on and that is Claudio Bravo. He is meant to be a goalkeeper not a sweeper or part of the back three. Yes, I agree, he’s very good with his feet but as a keeper, per-say he is nowhere near Joe Hart’s standard. Perhaps Pep needs to have a re-think?

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