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After a 2017/18 campaign where they amassed 100 points, Manchester City followed it up with a 98-point haul last season, beating Liverpool by just one point.
With the 2019/20 season edging closer, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has warned winning the league is his priority.
Despite City winning the last two Premier League titles, they have been knocked out of the Champions League in the last two seasons in quarter final stage.
Many pundits expect City to prioritise the Champions League next season, but Guardiola insists Manchester City will be going all out to make it three in a row.
Speaking to Spanish publication ARA via football.london, Guardiola said: “When I hear ‘he won the league but not the Champions League’ my answer is that I’d certainly love to win the Champions League, but it is the home league that gets your players rallying behind you because you win a game every three days.
“However, when you lose, players stop believing in you.
“The league puts you in the place where you deserve to be. That’s why it’s always been my priority, ever since I was managing Barca B.”
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