'Disgusting' - West Ham fans fume at 'ridiculous' Moyes decision v Man City

'Disgusting' - West Ham fans fume at 'ridiculous' Moyes decision v Man City

'Disgusting' - West Ham fans fume at 'ridiculous' Moyes decision v Man City

Moyes has admitted he hoped the West Ham job would be "a bit easier" after a hard start to his reign in east London.

Despite City's dominance, Moyes told Sky Sports that Guardiola's men still have to prove themselves before they could be called a great team.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has admitted that he is concerned with the aerial threat of Andy Carroll ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with West Ham United.

City can make it TWENTY wins in a row against a side featuring Blues legend Pablo Zabaleta, who will be tasked with helping his new club stop the City machine.

Please don't say that word.

We've won our last 12 games and we are better - we can not deny that. I spoke well about the opponents and people said "Pep has false humility, he's a liar, he's saying something he doesn't believe".

"In this case it's proven almost successful for the teams who did it, but at the same time as they're adopting this approach, we're learning how to deal with it as well, so as soon as we find a way through it, I think it'll change again".

"Fernandinho played a lot of minutes but this is an important game, we can't think about United". I was asked many times about that when we had good results.

Speaking of the occasion, in which Zabaleta will face City for the first time since his nine-year spell at the Etihad concluded in the summer said: "I think it's going to be a bit weird [going back], a bit unusual". The last game we didn't play David Silva from the beginning, I rotated and maybe I will again. "That's why we've done that in the last period".

City are unbeaten in 21 games this season and their current 19-match winning streak is an English record. "We have to more than double the points to be champions".

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