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EPL: Guardiola insists Mourinho deserves respect

first_img “I know we get judged for the last game, the ideas we have or something we do. “But as a professional I try to judge my colleagues not for one season, but 10 or 15 years, a long career. That, for me, gives more value. “Periods for managers are up and down, everyone has it. You have seasons with good and bad periods, you have to change teams and build things. “For 15 or 20 years, Jose has been there all the time and that must be respected, because it’s the most difficult thing – to be there all the time.” City winger Leroy Sane, out since the start of the season through injury, is back raining with the first-team squad but needs more time to recover. Read Also:EFL Cup: Guardiola wary of Man United threat before second leg clash Sane has rejected City’s offer of a new contract, with Guardiola admitting the winger – wanted by Bayern Munich – is no nearer to signing a new deal. “We made him an offer a long time ago and all the time he rejected it,” said Guardiola. “So after that I don’t have any news.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Guardiola said his  arch rival  Mourinho deserves respect – despite being sacked from his last two jobs. Guardiola and Mourinho endured an intense and toxic rivalry when the pair were in charge of Barcelona and Real Madrid respectively. But the anticipated battle between the pair never materialised in Manchester, with Guardiola’s City proving too good for Mourinho’s United. The pair come face to face again when City face Tottenham, the first time they have met since Mourinho was sacked by United. Guardiola said Mourinho does not deserve to be judged on his last two jobs and rejected the notion his methods are outdated up against his and those of Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp. “The value of Jose, a manager with a lot of experience with a lot of success, is not to be judged on one season, or one-and-a-half seasons,” said Guardiola. “The guys who judge his career, not on 15 or 20 years, it’s because people don’t understand anything. Manchester City take on Tottenham this weekend as Pep Guardiola faces off against arch-rival Jose Mourinho Loading… Promoted Content7 Breathtaking Train Stations Around The Globe7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black HolesWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?The Best Geek Movies Of All TimeFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopIs This The Most Delicious Food In The World?6 TV Shows That Got Better After A Major Character Had LeftThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Waylast_img read more

WG girls soccer goes 3-1 in six-day stretch

first_imgTo its credit, WG did shut out the Bees in the second half and got on the board thank to Marlee Pontello’s goal on a penalty kick with four minutes left, which made the final score 3-1 in B’ville’ favor.WG then beat Rome Free Academy by that same 3-1 margin on Thursday, with Ana Castro, Emily Dunning and Shannon Foster putting home the Wildcats’ goals as Caitlin Mills and Liz Croft combined for seven saves.In Saturday’s game against Elmira (Section IV), WG prevailed 2-0, with one goal in each half as Samantha Snyder and Sarah Petrus converted, freshman Eva Poissant added an assist and the duo of Croft and Mills got eight total saves. Even more impressive for the Wildcats was the way it played on Sunday against reigning state Class B champion Chenango Forks, unleashing its attack on the Blue Devils while prevailing in a 6-2 decision.Dunning led the way for WG, earning a three-goal hat trick, while Petrus, Poissant and Chrissy Van Allen also earned goals.Elsewhere in local girls soccer, Skaneateles had to travel Saturday to face undefeated Clinton, who proceeded to rip past the Lakers 7-0 as Maddie Luke scored three goals and one assist to pace Clinton, Avery Maxam adding two goals and two assists.This followed an 11-1 romp over Hannibal on Wednesday where Maddy Ramsgard, Maeve McNeil and Grace Bailey each landed two goals, with Grace Dower and Tatumn Pas’cal both finishing with one goal and one assist.Jordan-Elbridge got run over in a 7-0 defeat to Phoenix last Tuesday, with Breannah Demo and Taylor Petrie both scoring twice for the Firebirds as Madison Pelton had a goal and two assists. A 5-0 defeat to Mexico followed a day later.Solvay lost 2-0 to Christian Brothers Academy last Tuesday, with both of the Brothers’ goals coming in the first half as Delaney Hayden and Bella Roberson scored them. Bearcats goalie Nancy Gonzales made 11 saves.Bishop Ludden kept Tully scoreless in the first half, but lost 2-0 when the Black Knights’ Emma Byrne and Alexa Shay earned goals to overcome 23 saves by Gaelic Knights goalie Sarah Boyea. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Playing four times in a six-day span, the West Genesee girls soccer team managed to win the last three of these contests following some wonderful charity work with one of its main league rivals.The Wildcats went to Baldwinsville last Tuesday, the game serving as a fund-raiser for brain cancer awareness. All proceeds from concessions, T-shirts and other donations went to the Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center, and more than $2,000 was raised.The game was good, too, the Wildcats hanging close until B’ville’s Simone Neivel scored twice in the last minute of the first half – once on a penalty kick, and then on a screaming 35-yard shot into the top left corner. Tags: girls soccerskaneatelesWest Geneseelast_img read more

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