“I know [the players’] quality but they have to show me, show the fans again,” Guardiola said.
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Guardiola has indicated that he will not seek to inflame a long-running rivalry with Jose Mourinho, who took charge of City's neighbors Manchester United in late May.The two managers were involved in a number of public verbal confrontations in the two years between Mourinho's arrival at Real Madrid in 2010 and Guardiola's departure from Barcelona in 2012 .Guardiola, meanwhile, laughed off suggestions that he was about to make an attempt to bring five-time world footballer of the year Lionel Messi to City.The Barcelona forward, who retired from international football last week, won two of his four Champions League titles when Guardiola was the club's manager.
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