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I don’t like to talk about Manchester City but i must say this, the way Manchester City is treating my country man is not right”- Real Madrid Star Jude Bellingham reveals his £60M City countryman is very angry and frustrated with Pep Guardiola Not Phil Foden, Not Kelvin Phillips.

When Pep Guardiola decided to keep Jack Grealish on the bench once again for Manchester City’s Monday night clash with Brentford, the player reportedly took offense at the decision. Despite Grealish’s dissatisfaction, Phil Foden’s impressive hat-trick secured a 3-1 victory for the Premier League champions. The win not only extended City’s winning streak to 12 games but also put them two points ahead of Liverpool with just one game remaining, as they aim to replicate the success of the previous season.


Rumors are circulating about Grealish’s discontent with the manager’s selection, with claims that he’s upset about being benched for the fourth consecutive game. Reports even suggest that Grealish left a team training session early, expressing his unhappiness with the decision to not feature in Monday night’s match against Brentford.


Despite Grealish’s limited playing time, Manchester City’s success on the field has been notable. The team’s dominance in the Premier League has led to questions about the manager’s choice regarding Grealish, especially given the ease of the victory against Brentford. As they look ahead to the next Premier League encounter against Everton on Saturday, a win would propel them above Liverpool in the standings. The situation raises interesting dynamics within the team, as players vie for valuable playing time and contribute to the ongoing success of the triple winners City.

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