Guardiola denies “no sign of weakness” Klopp claim
21 December 20:03GMT GMT
Pep Guardiola has denied claims by Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp that Manchester City do not have any weaknesses.
“Any team has strong points and weak points,” he told a pre-match news conference.
“Of course, we have weaknesses and we are working on it. Of course we have. But that’s normal
“These kind of comments I put in the perspective that there must be [weaknesses].”
On Manchester City injuries
“[Silva] started to train. He had the first steps but still he is not ready for tomorrow,” Guardiola said.
“I don’t know if he will be ready for the Christmas period.
“Vincent is better but for tomorrow he is not able.”
Pep Guardiola‘s side had an 18-match winning run in the Premier League ended by a 0-0 draw at Palace on New Year’s Eve last season and warned his side of Crystal Palace theats.
“When you see [Wilfried] Zaha, [Andros] Townsend, [Max] Meyer, [James] McArthur, [Luka] Milivojevic, all the players have quality,” he added.