Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola shows support for Bradley Lowery after meeting young terminally ill Sunderland ... - Daily Mail

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is looking forward to welcoming young Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery to the Etihad Stadium. Bradley, 5, who suffers from Neuroblastoma, a rare form of cancer, was Everton mascot during the Toffees' 4-0 victory over ...

5 horror stats which reveal just how hard Pep Guardiola is finding life in the Premier League - Mirror.co.uk

Remember when Pep Guardiola was the best thing that had ever happened to the Premier League? Back in the early days of this season, the Manchester City manager was being hailed as a footballing genius. On arriving in England, many had questioned ...

Pep Guardiola presents Bradley Lowery with signed Manchester City shirt during visit to Everton - Mirror.co.uk

Pep Guardiola briefly forgot about his Manchester City woes to bring a smile to the face of young Bradley Lowery. Sunderland fan Bradley has captured the hearts of the nation with his battle against cancer. The five-year-old was a guest mascot at ...

Pep Guardiola presents signed Manchester City shirt to terminally-ill Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery - The Sun

PEP GUARDIOLA put his Premier League woes behind him to embrace terminally-ill Bradley Lowery. Five-year-old cancer victim Bradley appeared as a guest mascot for Everton's 4-0 drubbing of Guardiola's Manchester City on Sunday. pic.twitter.com/ ...

4 examples of how Pep Guardiola is making life difficult for himself at City - The42

PEP GUARDIOLA ACCEPTED Manchester City's Premier League title bid was as good as over on Sunday, with the wounds of a punishing 4-0 defeat against Everton still raw. The abject nature of City's second-half collapse at Goodison Park opens up the ...

Tom Davies won't forget his first Everton goal - despite not remembering other parts of the Manchester City win - The Independent

It is reflective of the impact made by Tom Davies during Everton's destruction of Manchester City that by the end of the afternoon, he needed to be reminded about one of his key contributions towards the outcome. Everton were 1-0 ahead at the time ...

Eamon Dunphy: Pep Guardiola 'in deep trouble' at Manchester City - RTE.ie

Pep Guardiola is "in deep trouble" at Manchester City, according to RTÉ soccer pundit Eamon Dunphy. Speaking on RTÉ' 2fm's Game On, Dunphy said that the Spaniard's side were "an embarrassment" in Sunday's 4-0 defeat at the hands of Everton.