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Will Guardiola stay at Man City?

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Will Guardiola stay at Man City?

Will Guardiola stay at Man City?

Soccer Saturday's Clinton Morrison says he can't see Pep Guardiola staying at Manchester City if their two-year ban from UEFA competition is upheld.

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