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Manchester City to give Liverpool a guard of honour

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Manchester City will on Thursday give Liverpool a guard of honour at the Etihad as revealed by Pep Guardiola.

Liverpool won the English Premier League tittle over the week when Chelsea sunk Manchester City.

Speaking to journalists, Guardiola said they will greet Liverpool in an incredible way because they deserve it.

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He however failed to give a straight answer as to whether he will extend his term at the club when his contract expires in 2021.

It has been the longest stay for Guardiola having been the head of city for five years, longer than his term at Barcelona.

Romours have it that he is eyeing for a number of top clubs but according to the Spaniard, he is hungry each season at the club.

Bayern Munich have been linked with the former Barcelona coach as they look forward to boost their position at the Bundelsiga.

He again failed to confirm the rumours saying he is satisfied at Manchester City and that is how things are.

Alex Kiprop
News Moto sports correspondent. Catch up the latest results when they happen and as they happen, locally and international

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