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Manchester City News, Transfer Rumors (October 24, 2016): We're never winning again, are we? Also, let's sign Cesc Fàbregas!

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Man City v Southampton: Official match report - Manchester City FC
The Blues, looking to end a run of four games without a win, were up against a well-organised, defensive Southampton side who had conceded just two goals in their previous eight games. It was far from vintage stuff from the Blues, but despite not being at their fluent best, Pep Guardiola will have been pleased by the way his team dug in and kept battling until the end.

Pep Guardiola's City v Southampton reaction | We are together
The Blues are winless in five – the most recent a 1-1 draw with Southampton – but the boss, though disappointed, dismissed the suggestion he was angry with the players, adding they all share the same target.

Pep Guardiola’s five-game winless run is his joint-worst ever | Football News | Sky Sports
After a 10-game winning sequence to start the season the five-game winless streak has come as a shock - and nobody at the club is less accustomed to not tasting victory than coach Guardiola.

Pep Guardiola bemoans costly mistake after Man City's 1-1 draw with Southampton | Football News | Sky Sports
Guardiola saw his side punished for a number of defensive errors in a 4-0 defeat to Barcelona in midweek, and they were punished again against Southampton after John Stones' poor back pass gifted Nathan Redmond a 27th-minute opener.

Pep Guardiola's honeymoon with Manchester City is over after scrappy display in Saints draw - David McDonnell - Mirror Online
The Spaniard is now in the midst of a five-game streak without a win that has seen Liverpool and Arsenal draw level at the top of the Premier League

Angry Pep Guardiola kept Manchester City squad in dressing room for 50 minutes after Southampton draw - Mirror Online
Pep Guardiola kept his Manchester City players locked in their dressing-room for nearly an hour after their winless run stretched to five games. Guardiola did not emerge from the home dressing-room until 50 minutes after the final whistle, determined to deliver some home truths in his post-match inquest.