Manchester City players freak out after dropping Premier League trophy

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The player also apparently believes that he has a lot more to offer to the Premier League and thus any big-money move away from England does not attract him as of now.

Manager Pep Guardiola was thrown into the air by the players during the celebration.

City captain Vincent Kompany was surrounded by coaching staff and fellow players as he lifted the trophy with thousands of fans watching on in the stands.

There are rumours City's sister club New York City FC have a first option to buy the African, but the abovementioned report seems to have quashed those talks.

The trophy falls off its perch... The former Barcelona player has made 315 Premier League appearances during his time with the club, scoring 79 goals with 50 assists to his name and has won three Premier League titles, an FA Cup and two League Cups.

"The team have played so well as well and that's helped me", said the 32-year-old. "I'm truly so happy".

"In the Champions League (there was) disappointment, but team-playing, and next year more of this year".

Pourquoi il n'y aura pas de prix Nobel de littérature cette année
Si l'Académie suédoise venait à décider de ne pas attribuer le Nobel de littérature , ce serait une première depuis 1943 . Cette dernière avait été priée de quitter son poste après avoir accusé Jean-Claude Arnault d'abus sexuels.

Kompany was injured for the draw against Huddersfield on Sunday, when City missed the opportunity to break Premier League records for the most wins, goals and points.

"I'm delighted [to have won three Premier League titles], to be honest".

John Stones, however, made his first club appearance in two months and his first Premier League start since January. "The concussion coming back from England, then I got ill, so that kind of had just a knock-on effect".

"I've got good people around me and good teammates".

"We knew they were going to come strong again from the beginning but as the half went on I think we deserved our point. I really enjoyed it".

We use cookies to give you the best experience on our website and bring you more relevant advertising. Toure said. "After eight years of service I think it's the right time to move on and let the kids continue to take the responsibility".