Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola denies Yaya Toure claims

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola denies Yaya Toure claims

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola denies Yaya Toure claims

Pep Guardiola has hit back at Yaya Toure, calling accusations made by the midfielder that he is racist "a lie".

Speaking to TV3 (h/t Fay), the City boss denied the suggestions made by the Ivory Coast worldwide.

Guardiola yesterday responded to the comments from his former player, saying: 'It's a lie and he knows it.

'We were together two years and it is only now when he says it.

"As a coach, it's over [at Barca], because I am not the same, nor do they even look at me in the same way", he told TV3.

"He is beloved, he is calm, he loves football and I'm very pleased with the success he has had", said the manager, per the City website.

Guardiola refuted the allegations and also highlighted the timing of Toure's interview.

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"You know, Guardiola can not be called a dog", he told Sport24.

Toure said "Pep brutally got rid of Bony", although the Ivorian's record since leaving City - four goals in 25 league appearances - hardly suggests Guardiola was mistaken.

"When we realise that he often has problems with Africans wherever he goes, I ask myself questions".

The manager has worked with Toure for many years throughout their respective careers, and each has enjoyed prosperous moments during their time together. He'll never admit it [not liking Africans].

"President? No, I am a coach and I am good at what I do, you can't be everything", said Guardiola. It was a generation of brutal players and the best player in the world (Lionel Messi).

Toure left City in May at the expiration of his contract after eight seasons at the club.

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