Manchester City should be wary of the Challenge in Winter

Manchester City should be wary of the Challenge in Winter

Manchester City “must” be wary of potential stumbling into the winter despite their good looks

The Citizens currently top the Premier League standings with a collection of 28 points from 10 weeks and have a goal difference of up to 29.

Sergio Aguero et al winning five points from Manchester United in second place.

Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville praised Pep Guardiola’s side.

However, Neville warned that Manchester City should not be careless in winter.

“Manchester City are at a very high level, but they need endurance and tenacity, especially when they see their notes every winter,” Neville said.

According to Neville, when referring to several previous seasons, the appearance of The Sky Blues tend to decline when entering the winter.

More specifically, the former Manchester United player named November, December and January as a tough month for Man City.

As reported from the site Transfermarkt, Manchester City melakoni 12 games from November-January, both in the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 seasons.

In the 2015-2016 season, Manchester City won 5 times, draw 4 times, and lost 3 times.

As for the 2016-2017 season, they won 6 times, draw 2 times, and lost 4 times.

“They could have won two titles in two consecutive seasons if they could keep up their performances,” Neville said.

The former England squad has warned that the same trend will not be repeated in the 2017-2018 season.

“If their performance sags again, Manchester City will get into trouble, the three months are the toughest months with weather, solid schedule, Christmas and Champions League,” he said.

For Neville, it was difficult to keep up with the performances that prevented Manchester City from winning in the previous two seasons.

“The three-month schedule that makes it difficult for Manchester City so far, if they can go through those three periods, they can show the best performance we can see,” Neville said.

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