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It will be hard to catch City next season: Mourinho

It will be hard to catch City next season: Mourinho

Stoke, whose relegation to the Championship had already been confirmed, held on to end Swansea's seven-year run in the Premier League.

Reports surfaced on Thursday that Swansea would not take up the option of extending Carvalhal's short-term contract.

City also set the record for most successive victories earlier in the season but Guardiola said he is more proud of the way they played than for any particular record. I'm really proud of the boys, a almost flawless season.

"I should give myself a shake really - I'm a little bit flat because I thought we should have won the game against the champions", Hughes told reporters.

"I will take two or three days to talk with my family, my friends and my agent".

"It's a good club, I'm a professional football manager - I would love the opportunity".

"We must come back (to the Premier League) as soon as possible, whether it is with me or not we will see".

After the high of signing Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan in January, the North London side failed to secure a single point on the road in 2018 until their final day win at Huddersfield.

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It was one of six strikeouts for Price, three apiece on the fastball and cut-fastball. "To me, that's always a good sign". Estrada kept things there until the sixth when a Xander Bogaerts double and Rafael Devers single opened up a 4-1 edge.

"The Golden Boot went down to the final day, and although Salah looked to be in the driving seat for most of the season, he wasn't in the frame before it started and that left us way ahead".

"It would be up at the top [of my list of regrets]", he said.

"Everyone gives you an Oscar, an award for this and award for that, for getting out of the vehicle without an accident", Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp said.

Veteran striker Peter Crouch's header completed a comeback win for the Potters, after Badou Ndiaye had cancelled out Andy King's opener.

"Our rhythm was not so high but during the game we were focused and at the end the excellent pass from Kevin and fantastic finish from Gabriel made the difference to achieve that".

It would appear that the younger Salah wasn't quite ready back then and didn't gain the trust of ex-mentor Jose Mourinho, but the forward seems in a much better place now under Jurgen Klopp. In 18 games, we got 20 points.

Silva shared the message, "We're finally going home!" to celebrate the joyous occasion. "Because the players can do better, the manager as well, as a group, as a team, we can do better".

"We needed to get to the root of the problem, what was happening and what wasn't happening", said Hughes.