Pep Guardiola (C) celebrates after Manchester City's English midfielder Raheem Sterling scores his team's second goal, November 29, 2017. (AFP / Lindsey Parnaby)
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When Manchester City captured Pep Guardiola last summer, so much was expected from the Catalan boss. The former Bayern Munich and Barcelona manager had arguably assembled the best team in club football with Barcelona – who won everything there is to be won while playing attractive football. City finished third last season, 15 points behind champions Chelsea. So what has changed for City and Guardiola?It is fair to say that when Pep arrived to City he did not have the squad he would have liked.Another difference between this year's City and last season are the new fullbacks signed.The two wingers have contributed to 23 of City's goals this season.
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