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PEP GUARDIOLA believes the Premier League is better for the arrival of Ange Postecoglou at Tottenham.
Postecoglou has made a positive impact since taking charge at Spurs in the summer, with the Londoners having gone unbeaten through their first 10 games while playing in a dynamic style.
Guardiola’s treble-winning Manchester City are the next side to come up against the Australian’s troops as they host Spurs tomorrow.
The City manager said: “He came here and, from nothing, in few months you recognise perfectly his team.
“Even the games that they didn’t win lately, I’ve been impressed how good many, many things they do are, how many chances they create and how aggressive [they are] in all departments.”
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