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Ruben Dias the motivator

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Ruben Dias will be making an appearance playing for Manchester City this Sunday against Manchester United. Playing a key role in Man City’s team as a motivator and as a great leader.

Nicolas Mendi was moved in the opposite direction after the deal for Ruben at Etihad of about £62million ($69m). However, the move was too late in the market for City but it could have been a panic buy scenario.

During the Manchester move window, Jose Gimenez from Atletico Madrid, Sevilla’s Jules Kounde and Kalidou Koulibaly of Napoli were all linked. Benfica has played an important role in the success of the club along with Joao Cancelo, Bernardo Silva, and Ederson playing at the Portuguese front.

Txiki Begiristain also insisted that Ruben Dias is the right man for playing the role as they have seen his performance over the last two years. Ruben still made an impact with his debut in front of Marcelo Biesla, who has been running strong. Dias also made sure that the team is strong when there are new players arriving in the club. UEFA’s best defender award awaits Dias as he proves to make a winning streak for Guardiola. To make this all possible, he himself has built a solid discipline for his training and diet.

Guardiola also admitted, “You don’t get players like this, it’s very hard to find.” Last season, Dias did face a few muscle injuries previous season. He then developed a routine for himself with Donough Holohan who is a sports scientist for City. Guardiola tried to make sure they are strong this time hence signing Manuel Akanji from Borussia Dortmund was a good move.

Stones, Kyle Walker, and Rodri have been playing at a good pace in passing however Stones proved to be accurate. In this Premiere League, it is recommended and much needed for the team to move fast and early. Guardiola also added, “There are invisible training sessions which are absolutely important as it brings in unnoticed performance. If the team knows, they may or may not perform well.”

“I usually don’t see them, but I judge my team on the pitch, in the training, and in the games. I try to be fair with all players in the club to make sure the opportunity they are seeking they deserve it. I also look for players performing, working hard, and showing up their work on the pitch.”

These were some amazing insights from Guardiola for his club and Ruben Dias. If you wish to see more football news and insights, keep watching this space.

Salman Shaikh
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