Monday, 29 January 2018

Man City Boss Guardiola Blasts English Ref After Sane Horror Tackle

Manchester City manager Josep Guardiola has called upon the English referees for a better protection of 'all' the players on the pitch after Leroy Sané was left facing a spell on the sidelines following City’s 2-0 FA Cup win at Cardiff.
Sane failed to come out for the second half after Joe Bennett’s high tackle left the Germany winger with an ankle injury, and the Cardiff defender was sent off in the final seconds for another poor challenge on City substitute Brahim Díaz.
“He [Sané] will be out for a while – minimum two weeks, three weeks, one month, we will see tomorrow exactly,” said City manager Guardiola.

“I said many times the only thing they [referees] have to do is protect the players.

“I can accept our disallowed goal, I don’t know why but I accept. But please protect the players.

“Not the Man City players, all players. The only thing they can do is that – to protect the players – because it would not happen again.

 “It happened once with Leroy, then it happened with Brahim again at the end.

“So for the football in general, and for the players who are the artists, they must do that. That’s why we are all here.”

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