Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Man City Boss Guardiola's Family Caught Up In Terror Attack At Manchester Arena

 The family of the Manchester City manager escaped from the atrocity unhurt
Pep Guardiola's wife Cristina Serra and two of their three daughters were caught up in the terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena that left 22 people dead and 59 injured.

The family of the Manchester City manager escaped from the atrocity unhurt, according to reports in Spain.

It's understood that the family members of some City players were also at the Ariana Grande concert on Monday night and were unharmed.
A message on Guardiola's official Twitter account said: "Shocked. Can't believe what happened last night. My deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims. #Ilovemanchester"
A Twitter account belonging to the Spaniard posted a tribute to the Manchester Arena victims

City released a statement that read: "The thoughts and prayers of our ownership, Board and everyone at Manchester City are with the people of Manchester and all those affected following the horrifying events of Monday night's Manchester Arena attack.

"We have offered our full support throughout the night and this morning to the leaders of the City of Manchester itself and to the Emergency Services who are doing so much to support our city in these most challenging of circumstances. 
Guardiola poses with his young family during the 2012 Ryder Cup in Medinah, Illinois

"The Etihad Stadium is being used as a support centre following the tragic events and Greater Manchester Police have advised that anyone needing assistance relating to the attack can access that help at the Etihad Stadium via Gate 11."

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