Britain Football Soccer - Manchester City v Burnley - Premier League - Etihad Stadium - 2/1/17 Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola shakes the hand of referee Lee Mason after the game Reuters / Anthony Devlin
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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has clarified comments that suggested he was making plans for an early retirement, with the Spaniard insisting he was not ready to quit management.Guardiola also reiterated that goalkeeper Claudio Bravo can adapt to the intensity of the Premier League.The 33-year old, signed from Barcelona in August, was brought into the fold by Guardiola for his superior distribution skills but has been criticized for his inability to deal with aerial threats so far this season.
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