The 27-year-old has played under Jurgen Klopp, Thomas Tuchel and Dieter Hecking, but says Guardiola is by far the best in a tactical sense.
What that results means at both ends of the #PL... I can see how the phrasing in would suggest that, but my intentions where to help create a feeling that City were out of their depth in this competition.
Not something that is a completely new element of European nights in the city, this welcome was extended to Villarreal. Of course. Everything depends on the hunger of these guys.
"He has to be involved with and without the ball, he can do it. We'll give him the passes, the problems we had with the strikers, we need all four them, it's important to have him back".
But Pep Guardiola's side have had barely any cause to feel pressure at the top of the table since before Christmas. I cannot see the reigning champions making the same mistakes as Mauricio Pochettino's team over two legs.
"I know our away fans are fantastic, so that will be a great atmosphere as well".
The secret to Klopp's success is the coaching style he developed while managing Borussia Dortmund. They can be trained to do so but some just aren't technically capable and, in some situations, observing a side trying to play football 'the right way' can be a painful experience.
They have been lethal up front and are a contender for the Champions League triumph this season with Liverpool lined up to stop their unaffected march. I enjoy that little bit more because of ten years at the club. We've put all the data into our machine and attempted to crack the code.
"Merseyside Police will have a comprehensive policing operation in place, alongside Liverpool Football Club, in preparation for the fixture. And it's a nice, short trip for our supporters when we go to City", he added. But Guardiola cannot rely on Liverpool's inconsistency.