Pep Guardiola Not concerned About Players Social Media Use

Pep Guardiola Not concerned About Social Media Use By Man City Players 

Pep Guardiola Not concerned About Social Media Use by Man City Players,despite a post from Kyle Walker that appeared to mock Premier League title rivals Liverpool.
Pep Guardiola Not concerned About Players Social Media Use

Walker posted a picture of Harry Maguire on Twitter after the Leicester defender’s equaliser secured a 1-1 draw at Anfield on Wednesday, meaning that Jurgen Klopp’s side lead City by only five points, rather than seven.

The tweet was based on a picture that became a popular social media meme during the World Cup, featuring Maguire leaning over a fence to talk to his fiancee.

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Walker tweeted the picture after Wednesday's game with the caption: "So basically, they thought they were gonna go seven points ahead."
The City defender quickly deleted the tweet after receiving criticism but Guardiola suggested it was not an issue with him.

"I don't control them," Guardiola said at his pre-match press conference on Friday. "I'm not concerned about tweeting or Instagram because I can't control it

"I don’t think it gives Liverpool extra motivation because of one tweet. The opponents do many things against us and nothing happens. The motivation is our game and that is what we have to do."

City faced the prospect of slipping seven points behind Liverpool after a surprising 2-1 defeat at relegation-threatened Newcastle on Tuesday, and Guardiola has told his players that he expects a significant improvement when Arsenal visit the Etihad Stadium on Sunday.
A victory over Unai Emery's side would put them two points from the top of the table, as Liverpool do not play until Monday, when they visit West Ham.
"Of course we analyse our game to see what we have to improve on," said Guardiola. "It will be different against Arsenal. We analyse what we've to do and don't repeat what we did in the last game."

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