Guardiola encourages the Man Fans to Embrace Championship Series

According to Pep Guardiola, manager, Manchester City fans must be in tune with the players' desire to reach the Champions League semi-final.

Tottenham City Host at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday, resulting in a 1-0 deficit from last week's contact in northern London.

Despite their eighth successive campaign in the main European competition, the city only reached the last four hours – they lost a total of 1-0 to Real Madrid winners in 2016.

A feature of the club's uneasy relationship with the Champions League is rooted in positions from a significant section that followed the City with unnecessary loyalty when they spoke in a third series 20 years ago in football.

There are many reasons for this – from dissatisfaction with UEFA penalties given to opposition clubs when Mario Balotelli and Yaya Toure suffered racial abuse in their play for European City, and the Financial laws are trusted. Single Play on the three-hour Main Series Champions.

The people who performed the song performed a competition at the Etihad Stadium, which shows Guardiola previously to stop.

As a member of the team that ended Barcelona's long-term effort in the competition, Guardiola is in contrast and, with the City website still showing tickets to be available to the Spurs showdown, it was a surprise to fans to fight a bid his team out of glory.

"The Liverpool game would be quite good for me," he said, referring to the ugly atmosphere that was combined with winning 2-1 City in January. "[I would like] a little better. We want it.

"I'm sorry, guys, I'm a failure but I was often in the semi-finals and quarter finals, and every time I was away the atmosphere was incredible. They support their local teams. We want it.

"I want to see the do." [the fans] I want to go to the semi-finals. Not only the players, the players I have not suspected after the last 20 months. I want my fans, our fans, to see that they want the semi-finals. "

Guardiola added: “Do it for the [players]. After 20 months, I think [the fans] they are so proud of what they have done and deserve it.

"There will be bad moments in the game and in those times we need our supporters. At this point, without supporters you can't go through it."

"I'm expecting. I'm very curious about how our fans will react, really strange."

The Priority is the Premier League

Guardiola referred to himself as a "failing" to a former pre-match news conference, and he emphasized the conquests in the Champions League championship rounds since he led Barca to the second win in 2010 -11.

"I know the people say I came here to win the Champions League. I didn't come here to win the Champions League, honestly," he said.

"I came here to play with my team how we have been playing in the last 20 months. The way we want to play."

"Of course I would like to win the Champions League. I know at Bayern Munich that we won everything except the Champions League and it was a big failure.

"I have to accept it. I have to accept that. I have to live with that, but it is not a big problem.

"It's important how you deal with 11 months. That's why I said I had the biggest title. The most important message for me every three days."

"Just put everything on the park tomorrow. Our hearts, our desires and then we will see."

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