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English Premier League: The referees inability to be consistent

14 September 2017

Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola has demanded more from midfielder Yaya Toure after excluding him from the squad for Wednesday's Champions League opener against Feyenoord.

The Senegal global apologised to Ederson on Instagram after the game but Bravo - who came on for the injured Ederson - said the clash need not have happened.

However, Liverpool launched an appeal to the FA as they believed that a three-game suspension did not reflect the incident on Saturday.

De Bruyne, in comments published by the British press yesterday, said, "The guys who have come in have a very physical quality, they are very strong, very pacy".

Meanwhile Klopp admitted that his players have many lessons to learn in the wake of their 5-0 hammering at the hands of City.

"Sometimes these things can happen".

"We can not change this and it's a sport where this happens".

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"We never appealed the red card, only the length of the suspension".

The German manager added: "All the other players were lucky only Sadio was not lucky". A difference noted amongst the opposing players reactions - on Saturday Nicolas Otamendi gestured furiously to the ref to send Mane off, whereas Mawson was quick to defend Ritchie to referee Mike Jones. "Luckily Ederson is okay". "We only want to bring it in relation to the other issues".

Getting out of their group will be the top priority for Klopp's men, with Liverpool hoping to not only challenge for the title this season but also get into the latter stages of the Champions League and face the best sides in Europe.

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I will have this situation all the time over the next three or four weeks, so we thought: "OK, let's start immediately with this, give him three or four days of training and then he's available for us"."

"We are a big club and maybe the biggest in the world but we were not in the Champions League last season and we have to take it step by step". But the Blues still managed to defend well and score a lot of goals without them, and that's all thanks to City's strength in depth.

The Senegal worldwide winger has been on the books of the Reds since the summer of 2016 when he joined from Premier League rivals Southampton for a transfer fee reported by BBC Sport to be worth £34 million.

English Premier League: The referees inability to be consistent