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Pep Guardiola: Man City boss raises prospect of strike but does not think it would happen

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Post by Eleanor Thu Dec 23, 2021 8:38 am

Manchester City chief Pep Guardiola raised the chance of players protesting over their government assistance - then, at that point, said there was "not any justification" to do as such and he doesn't figure it will occur.

Liverpool's Jordan Henderson said for the current week he was "concerned" that "no one truly views player government assistance in a serious way".

Chief League clubs decided to satisfy merry installations at a gathering on Monday regardless of an ascent in Covid-19 cases.

Guardiola said a strike might be the best way to get the specialists to tune in.
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Talking on Thursday, he said: "Should the players and the chiefs be all together and make a strike, or something, in light of the fact that simply through words it won't be addressed?"

In any case, inquired as to whether things could come to a strike, he added: "No, I don't think so in light of the fact that we need to play. We need to proceed - to fulfill individuals going to the arena on the 26th, 27th, 29th, 31st and first, and mess around, on the grounds that we love to do that.

"I'm not saying there's motivation to make a strike."

Chief League players and club staff returned a record 90 positive Covid-19 tests last week, and six of last end of the week's 10 installations were deferred.

Two of the matches because of occur on 26 December - Liverpool v Leeds and Wolves v Watford - have since been deferred, and Everton director Rafael Benitez said he was unable to comprehend the reason why his side's match will in any case happen.

In a meeting with BBC Sport, (thefootballreports.com)Liverpool chief Henderson said: "I don't figure individuals can see the value in how exceptional it is until you really see it direct.

"Football to us is everything and we need to have the option to perform at the most significant level each time we set foot on the pitch. Also sadly, in this period it is hard.

"We will attempt to have discussions behind the scenes and attempt to have a type of impact going ahead, however at the moment I don't feel the players get the regard they merit as far as having someone having the option to represent them freely and having the ability to say really this isn't ideal for player government assistance."

Liverpool right hand administrator Pep Lijnders said on Tuesday the timetable was "ludicrous", while Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel said he is taking "colossal dangers" with his players' wellness.

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Post by lammrj Thu Dec 23, 2021 9:07 am

Joke or riddle?

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