Toure reveals why he has made a decision to leave Manchester City

Tyler Owen
May 7, 2018

"We can not deny it would be nice, but it's nicer to win the Premier League, that's the most important thing", the 47-year-old said.

They also kept at bay the bid by Pep Guardiola's runaway champions to set new Premier League records for the most goals, points and wins in a season - all marks which could yet be claimed by City in the season's final week in which they play Brighton and Southampton.

"In football - and everybody who supports Huddersfield Town knows this - sometimes the impossible is possible", the German declared.

Wenger was awarded Arsenal's golden "Invincibles" Premier League trophy as he bowed out. "That is probably the closest part of my establishment I am in touch every single day but behind you so the picture we did with all the staff with everybody and everybody did his awesome job and that's why we are where we are", said Guardiola. "We got it, we did it", he told Sky Sports. "No, no I am so satisfied but today the game, for example, the game it show me how hard it is". Defeats are part of competition, nothing special. "You win or lose, you have to try and do what you believe".

The celebrations for City's third title in seven seasons began well before kick-off, both inside and outside their Etihad home ground.Supporters were issued with blue and white flags, creating a colourful vista to greet the champions as they were given yet another guard of honour on their way onto the field before kick-off. "It was warm, so tough, 11 players there [from Huddersfield] playing to stay in the Premier League".

"We lost a bit of focus today, but we have another chance on Wednesday and hopefully we can make a good performance". Especially with Manchester City.

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The team who won the next season didn't qualfiy for the Champions League.

"To make back-to-back titles in this league will be tough, but we accept the challenge".

Club captain Vincent Kompany praised Guardiola and his coaching staff for bringing a new impetus to the club.

'After eight years of service, it is right time to move on, but I am very delighted to be part of this club. Follow this team and support them because they deserve it. Huddersfield come here, play defensively, nearly flawless, a lot of credit for what they have done.

"This is worth every single minute in the gym".

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