Everton received two charges, Guardiola makes comment on City's situation

Manchester City will play Everton this weekend in the Premier League.

By Emmanuel Mendez

The Everton game brought more questions about the 115 charges Man City currently has.
The Everton game brought more questions about the 115 charges Man City currently has.
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Manchester City will play in the Premier League once again, and they will take on Everton at the Etihad Stadium. Manchester City will look to make it 10 wins in a row across all competitions. The game against Everton led to more questions about the infamous 115 charges against Man City.

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Pep Guardiola attended his pre-Everton press conference and discussed various topics. Guardiola was asked how he felt about having Erling Haaland and Kevin De Bruyne together again. Guardiola said, "When a player scores 60 goals, he helps you win games. When one player makes a thousand million assists, he helps you win games. You don’t have to study at Harvard or Yale to understand that.”

Man City could be at the top of the league temporarily tomorrow because their game was played first before Liverpool's game. If Manchester City win tomorrow against Everton, they will top the league with 52 points before Liverpool plays. While Man City plays Everton, the topic of the 115 charges came up again.

This was expected since Everton has faced two charges this season and has received punishments, while Man City's 115 charges have not led to any punishments so far. Everton faced a ten-point deduction for breaching financial rules in November. They could face another point deduction worth 6 points.

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Pep Guardiola did not want to comment any further on the 115 charges with Man City

During the press conference, Pep Guardiola was asked for an updated opinion on the 115 charges that Manchester City received ahead of the Everton game. Guardiola did not want to hear anymore and said, "I know my opinion about the charges against Man City; I have nothing new to say. We will wait.”

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