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Manchester City can win Champions League, says Feyenoord boss Van Bronckhorst

Goal.com Tuesday, 12 September 2017 ()
Manchester City can win Champions League, says Feyenoord boss Van BronckhorstThe former Arsenal and Barcelona defender believes Pep Guardiola's has a good enough squad to go all the way in the competition
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