Pep Guardiola forecasts end to Manchester City spending spree

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"He did very well on the left when we moved him". Arsenal are on the heels of a Community Shield victory and Leicester City are still patting themselves on the back for stealing Kelechi Iheanacho from Manchester City for a relatively low fee in this market. There's a gulf between Albion and City.

Arsenal host Leicester City on Friday night, marking the first time in league history the season's first match won't be played on a Saturday.

'However, it's the Man City situation that's the concern and we've seen it all before with Robin van Persie's move to Manchester United'.

"We were quite good past year on corners and I believe with a bit of work, we can get that out of the system". The defensive addition of Sead Kolasinac looks to be a strong signing. Winning everything! A player has a great season when the team does great.

"We are just in a position to do quality work better than in the first". But then we won at Nottingham Forest (who were then European champions), gained some confidence, put some runs together, and finished well clear of the relegation zone.

"For example, hopefully next season I will be here and we are not going to spend how we spent this season. That is the top (and only) priority, and the club will do all it can to achieve that".

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"For all the football tragics and fantasy football geeks out there, and we know there are plenty, we've created a NZF - EPL Fantasy League", said Farrow.

"I'm very pleased for the team and hope we can carry on".

"I think it is unsustainable", Guardiola said. One of their 15 draws came last season but was at Turf Moor, which also witnessed 10 of their 11 league wins for the season. I'm going to be courageous and say the game will finish 4-0. Tottenham have been the most consistent team over the last two years, and will have to manage with what they already have (they have not made any signings).

Arsenal continued to dominate possession in the second half, only to concede a another goal in the 55th minute, when Vardy redirected a Riyad Mahrez corner kick past home goalkeeper Petr Cech.

"Anthony Knockaert seems to be one of Brighton's better players".

At the other end, Peter Crouch has six Premier League goals against the Toffees including one last season. It will be hard for them to stay up, especially the first time around.