Manchester City faceSchalke O4 this evening in the first of two competitions slated for the Blues this week the other the FA Cup clash at Swansea in the weekend. If City are able to come out of the two clashes unscathed this would add more credence to the noise about a potential quadruple.
Pep Guardiola has been quick to downplay any notion about the quadruple but the longer Manchester City continue to win the louder it would grow. The excuse of injuries and the squad being stretched is true to some degrees but Guardiola and his coaching staff which includes Mikel Arteta have been able to manage this excellently.
Manchester City assistant coach Mikel Arteta is of the opinion that the club’s players are the best crop anyone can find in the world at the moment.
Arteta stood in for fellow Spaniard Pep Guardiola when the manager received a touchline ban for City’s Champions League opening game against Olympique Lyonnais in September last year.
Manchester City assistant coach Mikel Arteta believes that his team can still improve. He said that it is true that they have made a good start to the season but he thinks that the team can still become better. He said that when analyzing games afterward you can see that there are some mistakes and that they should work on eliminating those mistakes.
He said that when playing against the better sides these mistakes can cause problems and this is why they need to improve. He said that the Manchester City players should learn how to keep possession better and make sure that they do not open themselves up for counter-attacks.