Pep Guardiola has problems with African players, says Yaya Toure

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Pep Guardiola will never win Champions League again because African shamans won't allow it, says Yaya Toure's agent

Guardiola also refused to address accusations which came to light on Monday from Yaya Toure, who accused the coach of racism towards African players.

Toure, 35, played his final game for City against Brighton & Hove Albion in May and departed the club as a three-time Premier League victor. Other Barcelona players asked the question. He'll never admit [not liking African players]. In two years he has won the same as Roberto Mancini or Pellegrini.

"Once again: Guardiola's actions towards Pellegrini, who reached the semi-final of the Champions League that year, were disgusting. It'll be like an African curse on him".

Toure insisted that, physically, he has not slipped, and that his reduced role was because Guardiola was "jealous", and did "everything to spoil" his final season at the club.

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Buffon was enraged by referee Michael Oliver's decision to award Real Madrid a stoppage-time penalty during the second leg at the Bernabeu and lost control, screaming at and jostling the Englishman until he was shown a red card.

The Ivorian will be available on a free transfer when his contract with City expires at the end of this month, and he would be the ideal addition to the Arsenal squad.

"I would bet that, in that time, Guardiola will not win the Champions League, no matter how much money he spends, and he loves to spend money".

'Perhaps, many will say that this is the style of Guardiola, that he plays enchanting football.

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The row between Manchester City Coach Pep Guardiola and his former player Yaya Toure could be far from over telling from the latest moves taken by agent working for Ivory Coast worldwide.

Toure could yet remain in England after leaving City.

"Yaya has received many offers from different countries, big money offers, but we have made a decision to devote the next season to Guardiola", Seluk told sport24, per Goal.

"I reckon a player such as Yaya wouldn't be bad for any club, be it Arsenal, Chelsea, Man United, Tottenham or Liverpool". And to prove and show the fans of Manchester City that Yaya is not finished with football.

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"I want to be the one who breaks the Guardiola myth and I think I was dealing with someone who just wanted revenge on me". And never before has a top footballer with leadership qualities harmed any club, especially when it is not necessary to pay for it.

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