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Manchester City Does It Again for the 11th Consecutive Season

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Manchester United's hopes of clinching a European League spot took a hit as they suffered a crushing 4-0 defeat against Crystal Palace last night, dropping them further from the fifth-place position in the English Premier League standings.

Manchester City, currently positioned second in the league, is set to finish above Manchester United for the 11th season in a row in the Premier League.

Alan Shearer Defends Haaland and Explains His Anger at Being Substituted Against Wolverhampton

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Alan Shearer, an icon in English football, supported Haaland's frustrated response to being substituted during the Premier League match against Wolverhampton last Saturday.

Shearer expressed understanding, stating, "If I scored four goals and then got benched with only 10 or 15 minutes left, I'd be pretty angry too. Haaland's in a great form, but he's faced criticism and he's back on the pitch, working hard."

Haaland on Rumors of Strained Relationship with Guardiola

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Manchester City striker Erling Haaland addressed speculations about tension between him and his Spanish coach, Pep Guardiola, following his substitution against Wolverhampton.

Haaland stated, "My coach is supportive and always encourages me, and I have fantastic teammates who contribute to our success. I aim to improve daily, concentrate on the positives, and eagerly anticipate our next match. There's nothing that will impact our relationship."

Guardiola is chasing Ancelotti for the most wins in the 21st century

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Manchester City's coach, Pep Guardiola, is rapidly approaching the record for most victories by a coach of major European league clubs in all competitions during the 21st century.

Currently, the top spot is held by Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti, managing Real Madrid, with 690 wins out of 1,113 matches. Guardiola has achieved 649 victories in 876 matches, leaving a narrow gap of 41 wins between them. The difference in matches played stands at 237, giving Guardiola the potential to secure at least 100 victories while coaching a major team.

Despite a recent downturn in results, Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho remains among the top-tier coaches, ranking third with 596 wins out of 975 matches.