Pep Guardiola pleased with Manchester City’s convincing response to FA Cup loss

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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has taken aim at Arsenal and admits he has little respect for the north London side "off the pitch".

City's senior officials have been frustrated with the behaviour of the Gunners this season.

Town have been irritated by Arsenal's carry out previously in the season when the Gunners approached Mikel Arteta to acquire the manager's career subsequent the dismissal of Unai Emery. "They have to know it because we know the standards that we have to be at these kinds of stages and competitions", Guardiola told reporters as per mirror.co.uk.

City were initially banned from competing in the Champions League for two seasons after being found guilty of breaching UEFA's Financial Fair Play regulations, though the club successfully overturned the decision after appealing to the Court of Arbitration for Sport and will take their place amongst Europe's elite next season. I have all the respect for what Arsenal are on the pitch. "Congratulations to them and good luck in the final", he said in a post-match press conference, as per The Athletic.

"I said after Arsenal, we didn't play the first half against Arsenal like the second".

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Guardiola has been urged to consider bringing another striker onto his books, with Shaun Goater among those to have called for long-term vision to be shown as Sergio Aguero enters the final 12 months of his contract. "They feel it, I think", the club's official website quoted Guardiola as saying.

"We know if we play at a decent level, higher than we played against Arsenal, we'll have our chance".

"I am happy for this commitment to score a goal but Raheem has to know, like all of us have to know, we were far away from Liverpool".

"We have two weeks and we want to play the final (of the Champions League)".

"Maybe we are learning, maybe now, we will see".

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