Crystal Palace boss: Manchester City should have been down to ten men

Terry Joseph
January 29, 2017

Manchester City have officially announced their starting eleven and substitutes for this afternoon's FA Cup fifth round tie against Sam Allardyce's Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.

"We didn't take some of our early chances but that's been happening all season".

It is always sad whenever a talented player has to leave a club because a better guy arrives, but considering the fact that this is a business (and now more than ever) we guess that's just the way it goes, and these professional players have to be used to this kind of treatment.

"I've no idea what the situation is with Andros (Townsend) other than that Steve (Parish) the chairman has not told me Newcastle have made any type of bid whatsoever for us to consider".

Palace's best spell of pressure immediately preceded the opening goal, when Sterling gratefully accepted and converted a beautifully judged pass from full debutant Gabriel Jesus two minutes before half-time.

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"They're very direct as well which I like personally and with people like Kevin [De Bruyne] and David [Silva] there's so many players that can provide the right service if they make the good runs". Even that came against League One Bolton in a third-round replay, and to worsen the manager's concerns, new signing Jeffrey Schlupp suffered a hamstring injury.

"We are so happy for Vincent".

The 27 million-pounds ($33.9 million) signing will give Guardiola options up front as he attempts to revive City's flagging Premier League title challenge, although the Spaniard's immediate priority is making progress in the Cup. And Edu, who now works as a coach with the Brazil national side, is confident the teenager won't be intimidated by the intensity in the English game.

"He helped us a lot".

Having spent a lot of time in a well-established club, a move to lower league clubs could seem unnatural but there are some players who need the experience of playing in such leagues to regain the kind of sharpness that got them noticed in the first place. He'll be a great player.

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