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Man City can win the Champions League, says Giovanni van Bronckhorst

13 Setiembre 2017
Man City can win the Champions League, says Giovanni van Bronckhorst

In July the Premier League announced its "biggest ever crackdown" on illegal streams.

Ultimately what is done is done.

The European clash will take place at De Kuip.

The Hard Tackle, therefore, predicts a hard-fought 2-1 win for Manchester City, kicking off their latest campaign in Europe by clinching the maximum points. "When you arrive in the last stages you say the dream is close but now it's far away".

Anything beyond the round of 16 would represent an excellent first insurgence into Europe for Klopp's Liverpool side.

Feyenoord are expected to line up in a 5-3-2 formation tomorrow night.

Mignolet, though, is looking forward to a return to the Champions League group stages against Sevilla.

"We'll see about Vincent in the next weeks, but hopefully he'll soon be fighting with his team-mates to play". Mixed metaphors aside, there's no definitive way of knowing how Maribor will set up home or away.

Be that as it may, Kompany is probably not going to go to the Netherlands subsequent to misery the damage to his calf on universal obligation with Belgium.

In more recent times the transfer policy, while still involving big money, seems to be thinking of a long-term plan.

Feyenoord boss Giovanni van Bronckhorst believes Wednesday's Champions League opponents Manchester City are good enough to win the competition.

In the end, unsurprisingly, Manchester United were the most heavily represented side, with 5 inclusions in the form of Peter Schmeichel, Gary Neville, Rio Ferdinand, Cristiano Ronaldo and Ryan Giggs.

"We are not dreaming - when you're in that position it's better to be calm".

While no Champions League game is easy, the importance of a good start should not be lost on City's players and fans.

A lot can change in football between mid-September and early December with club's priorities changing depending on a wide range of circumstances. I have to speak with him tomorrow.

The two sides have never faced off against each other previously.

The Merseyside outfit conceded three times in a 3-3 draw with Watford in their Premier League opener at Vicarage Road last month.