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Bernardo Silva hopes to break 100-points barrier with Manchester City

Bernardo Silva hopes to break 100-points barrier with Manchester City

Wanting a bit more entertainment from the team, Stoke hired Mark Hughes that year and in a couple of years went from being compared, by some opposition fans, with a rugby side to being branded "Stokealona" in a lighthearted reference to Barcelona. "I never did it, but there's a great chance to rebuild it".

And in his acceptance speak, the Egyptian suggested he had no plans of leaving Anfield anytime soon.

The Ivory Coast midfielder will play his final game for Manchester City on Sunday when they take on Southampton on the last day of the Premier League. Southampton might be hosting runaway champions Manchester City, but now do so with a three-point advantage and comfortably superior goal difference to boot.

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop go toe-to-toe in predicting the final slate of Premier League fixtures.

The shadow of Pulis has also hung over West Brom after he brought his pragmatic and direct approach to The Hawthorns from Stoke (via Crystal Palace) and typically delivered a couple of solid mid-table finishes - 14th in 2016 and 10th in 2017.

Top scorer Sergio Aguero is Manchester City's only major absentee for the game. They are talented and dynamic and will punish their opposition if they make the smallest mistakes.

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Además se asume como una persona "muy sentimental y que sabe perdonar", que "no me arrepiento de mis errores y estos me hacen más fuerte".

Southampton clinched a crucial win in south Wales to effectively seal their spot in next season's Premier League.

Only four Premier League players, so far, have created more goalscoring opportunities than Groß (82) - and that list reads like a who's who of elite playmakers: Kevin De Bruyne (104), Christian Eriksen (89), Cesc Fabregas (86) and Mesut Ozil (84). The football has been outstanding. It remains to be seen if the club still opts for a more glamorous name to be permanent manager next season.

It's fair to say all of Manchester City's major signings last summer have either performed reasonably well or been a relative success.

"So for sure, I will improve and I have to improve". According to the Daily Mirror, they are lining up a £25 million bid for Newcastle's 24-year-old captain Jamaal Lascelles.

"This team and I would like to thank everybody, especially my backroom staff, my players, all the supporters and (chairman) Dean (Hoyle) and the board as well for all the support and help they gave us". If they want to bounce back, then finding a striker able to find the net regularly in the Championship, is an absolute priority.