Pep Guardiola SLAM Critics Over Possible Man City BAN!

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Pep Guardiola have once again slammed critics over their pressure on possible Manchester City ban, MySportDab reports.

The Premier League Champions had their manager backing the club when the question of a possible ban was asked during a press conference.

Pep Guardiola was quick to slam critics plotting to see Manchester City faced with a ban which have been lingering.

Recently Everton were hit with a hefty points deduction after finding some irregularities with the club dealings.

The decision is one which many have quickly point out that a worst fate could follow through for the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City.

Meanwhile Pep Guardiola have continue to defend his side over all allegation which he tagged them as “they are not guilty”.

According to reports from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed the latest comments which Pep Guardiola gave during his press conference today.

Here Is What Was Said:

“I’ve not changed my view on the 115 charges against Man City”.

“Everton? Two completely different cases”.

“I know people are saying: why don’t Man City go to the Conference?”.

“I feel that people want City to be punished. But at the moment we are innocent”.

Manchester City were also investigated sometime around last season but nothing came out of everything at the end.

Pep remain confident as he continue to pour hard on critics calling for a ban on the European Champions.

Meanwhile they also have a pending case on ground as former player Benjamin Mendy have sue the club over his unpaid wages.

The case is another of the team worries which they are looking to resolve also with the stories making rounds of them getting ban.

Manchester City remain on the clear as Pep Guardiola confirmed not guilty for now with things still under serious investigation with the football authorities.

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