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The 45 year old Spanish professional football coach and Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes that the Sky Blues (Manchester City) cannot compare themselves to Liverpool or Manchester United in terms of history.


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The Manchester City Would plays a FOOTBALL MATCH against Liverpool this New Year Eve at Anfield, and this match will be crucial match for both the title contenders and Guardiola believes that the Reds (Liverpool) are rigid title contenders.


The Spaniard  coach Guardiola watch the Liverpool’s last game against Stock City where the Liverpool side thrashed the stock City by 4-1 goals and now in the table the Liverpool side is sitting at the second spot just above of Manchester City and one point clear to Manchester City.


Guardiola added: "I saw Liverpool this year many times. They are definitely contenders (for the title),


"It was my day off, my family was not here and I decide to take a car.

Thank you, Liverpool, for inviting me, for the tickets. I saw the game and that's all. We have to equal their intensity. Anfield will play a big role.

"Of course City cannot compare to what Liverpool and (Manchester) United did in the last 30 or 40 years. We must go step-by-step. That is the best way to get better.


"What happens in the past stays in the past. Manchester City is a historic club but a new club in terms of the target. 

"There are six teams fighting for the title, especially for the first four positions, fighting for the next Champions League.


"I saw the contenders and they are really tough teams. So it will be a good fight until the end of the season."


The Argentine striker Sergio Aguero is back and he could play his part in his match after his four match ban, and the English defender John Stones is expected to play against Liverpool.


Guardiola voiced: "What happens in the past stays in the past. Manchester City is a historic club but a new club in terms of the target. 

"There are six teams fighting for the title, especially for the first four positions, fighting for the next Champions League.


"I saw the contenders and they are really tough teams. So it will be a good fight until the end of the season."