Man City boss Pep Guardiola aims cheeky dig at Man Utd by inviting them to title party


While a large section of the United faithful will appreciate City stopping Liverpool win the league – threw the grit in their teeth – there won’t be many in the city centre to celebrate. After decades of Manchester being dominated by red shirts at end-of-season parades, it’s been only blue in recent years.

The stakes of United’s game at Crystal Palace compared to City’s on the final day is yet another reminder of the clubs’ current statuses. Suppose they don’t match or better West Ham United’s result against Brighton & Hove Albion. In that case, they will be condemned to Europa Conference League football next term, while City will once again be one of the Champions League favourites.

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While a large section of the United faithful will appreciate City stopping Liverpool win the league – threw the grit in their teeth – there won’t be many in the city centre to celebrate. After decades of Manchester being dominated by red shirts at end-of-season parades, it’s been only blue in recent years.

The stakes of United’s game at Crystal Palace compared to City’s on the final day is yet another reminder of the clubs’ current statuses. Suppose they don’t match or better West Ham United’s result against Brighton & Hove Albion. In that case, they will be condemned to Europa Conference League football next term, while City will once again be one of the Champions League favourites.



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