Guardiola may be letting his poker face slip.
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Coaching great Pep Guardiola's hint that Manchester City may be his last job has raised eyebrows and suggests the club's erratic form is getting to the poker-faced Spaniard.The Burnley win left City seven points off Premier League leaders Chelsea, who can go 10 points clear if they beat Spurs Wednesday.It all looked very different when City made an electrifying start to the season under Guardiola, winning their first 10 games including getting the better of his old rival Jose Mourinho in the Manchester derby.However, since then their form has slipped considerably with City at one point going six games without a win – Guardiola's worst run as a manager.Guardiola arrived at City with much fanfare as is only right with a man who while at Barcelona delivered 14 trophies in his four years at the helm.
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