Guardiola urges City to stay focused ahead of Spurs test

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"These are important. I don't know what's happened in the past but it's true that the strong teams are making a lot of points, they are not dropping points easily".

Pochettino's main frustration on the pitch has been the lack of a killer touch.

And, when talking about his future and potential life after City, Guardiola admitted he will steer clear of staying in England out of love for the club.

"The season so far, it's odd because my feeling is the worst feeling I've had in the five years that I've been here", said Pochettino.

The promise of starting this campaign "back home" in their gleaming 62,000-seater White Hart Lane stadium, next to their old ground, also failed to materialise.

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Unfortunately, directly in front of Tottenham are City, who are arguably the best team in the country and have been for the past year.

But despite fears of World Cup fatigue taking its toll on Kane, a host of injury problems and being forced to wait to open the club's new stadium until at least the new year, Spurs are only two points behind the champions.

Jacksonville Jaguars duo Josh Lambo and DJ Chark warned City and Spurs players of what to expect.

On Monday, they will step out at Wembley, their adopted home, on a pitch scarred by an National Football League match between Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.

"When you take care properly and focus, knowing that the pitch may not be in the best question, you have to be ready", said the Catalan.

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"It's unusual because my feeling is the worst feeling I've had in the four a half years that I've been here", he said.

"But it's easy to see in the last few years how we act in the [transfer] market, how we act in everything, and how the other teams were acting". You will only really know if you are good enough or not when you fight with the same conditions.

"I'm very glad to have him, Mourinho, Klopp, Emery and now Sarri". It would give them a huge lift following their Champions League disappointment while at the same time positioning them as real contenders - given how their credentials were damaged by a loss to Liverpool at Wembley. Spurs paid out compensation to their own supporters for the disruption, but drew the line at paying back City's supporters whose plans were left in tatters.

"Still we need to improve and still to be a real contender we need to achieve another level [but] still we are not showing that level to be a real contender, that is my opinion".

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