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Something Pep Guardiola just said will make West Ham fans feel extremely proud

Pep Guardiola has absolutely raved about West Ham ahead of Manchester City’s trip to the London Stadium on Sunday.

The Hammers play host to Man City on Sunday in a game that means so much for both sides.

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West Ham can leapfrog Manchester United into sixth spot in the table with a win whilst Manchester City can all but wrap up their fourth Premier League title in the last six years with three points in East London.

Back-to-back top six finishes in the Premier League table would be evidence of the tremendous progress that we have made under David Moyes.

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Meanwhile, four Premier League titles in six years proves just how good Pep Guardiola has been for Man City and the English game in general, in spite of City’s failings in the Champions League.

It would be lovely if West Ham beat Man City on Sunday and then they went on to beat Aston Villa on the final day to lift the title. And Pep has obviously warned his players of the threats posed by the Hammers…

Pep Guardiola speaks very highly of West Ham

The Spaniard addressed the media this afternoon ahead of the huge game at the London Stadium on Sunday.

And Pep made it very clear just how highly he rates West Ham, as quoted by The Manchester Evening News:

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“West Ham were extraordinary the last two seasons. They have had an incredible season. They are so strong in many departments. They are a top side. We know how important it is.”

That’s a really glowing reference from one of the very best, if not the best, managers in the game.

And Guardiola’s comments prove just how much Moyes has improved West Ham as a team.

Let’s hope that the Hammers show Pep and Manchester City just how good we are on Sunday afternoon. A win would be absolutely huge.

And the comments from Pep Guardiola on West Ham are evidence that he and his team expect a tough afternoon in East London this weekend.

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