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Man City's Guardiola crowned LMA Manager of the Year

16 May 2018

Aside from his impressive offensive productivity, the Belgian worldwide also played a central role in Pep Guardiola's tactical philosophy. We won 50 points at home and 50 away. Arsenal, for instance, will have a new manager after the departure of Wenger at the end of the current season.

Aside from the new all-time English top flight points record, City has also set new benchmarks for Premier League goals (106), wins (32) and points clear of the second-placed team (19).

The curtain fell on a peculiar Premier League season on Sunday with the final day of fixtures notable mostly for an unfamiliar absence of tension.

'Now is the time to enjoy what we've done this season, ' said the City boss. Hats-off to Guadiola's men. It's massive. 100 points in the Premier League - you can not imagine.

"Maybe this record will be broken but it will be hard". They are more direct with the wingers.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has stated that it will be hard to break his side's 100 points achievement. In the last moment, the quality from Kevin De Bruyne and the moment from Gabriel Jesus was fantastic. We found during the process we were winning games.

By far the signing of the season, Liverpool's Egyptian wizard Mohamed Salah absolutely fired up the league, since making his return to England last summer.

0 - Frank de Boer became the first permanent manager in Premier League history to not see his team score a single goal during his reign (four games, zero goals). Granted two of the wins came in substitute appearances, one at right back, but the center mid was good. For a start, no team has retained the Premier League trophy since United won three titles in a row between 2007 and 2009-the 20-time champions of England, incidentally, are the only team to have won the league three times in a row, having done so twice. Their decline to the seventh position after Ferguson's final season in charge was down to their disjointed midfield and sketchy defensive unit.

"Today was such a complicated game".

We could have scored more, I think the biggest chances we didn't use today, but...

"When you analyse the numbers, I would say we can't improve the numbers, no". Let us know in the comments section below.

Man City's Guardiola crowned LMA Manager of the Year