Catalonia protests: Pep Guardiola calls on international help to resolve crisis

Manchester City director Pep Guardiola has called to solve the unrest in Catalonia.
After nine Catalan leaders were detained on Monday for his role this months El Clasico was postponed Friday next days of protests in Barcelona.
Guardiola – the Barcelona captain – has pleaded for more people figures committed to democracy from Europe to intervene and help bring an end to the violence which has seen protesters clash with riot police.
The international community must assist us to solve the battle, Guardiola stated.
Guardiola described them, and spoke out in the paragraphs, which ranged from nine to 13 years.
Asked whether public personalities from nations like England must have their state, Guardiola stated:I believe so. Normally everyone looks in his own situation and if it does not demand them too much they seem right, left,
We need Europe to fix this conflict. The time has arrived [where] people dont trust each other a lot in Spain and Catalonia.
Guardiola insisted his squads results within the beginning of the year wouldnt alter his view.
City trail Premier League leaders Liverpool by eight points before the return to national action but should welcome John Stones, Kevin De Bruyne and Benjamin Mendy back from harms.
A few of these are better. Kevin has been back and John coached the days [nicely ]. Mendy as well, maybe later, said Guardiola, whose side have lost two of their opening eight games of the season.
Guardiola also confirmed Sergio Aguero would be available for your clubs trip to face Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Saturday, live on Sky Sports Premier League, once he emerged unscathed from a car crash earlier this week.
Meanwhile, the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss commended since he took over at September 2017, the job managerial counterpart Roy Hodgson, who turned 72 in August, has performed at Palace.
Since Roy Hodgson took over the group with zero points he helped his team to prevent relegation to the Championship, said Guardiola.
Theyve incredibly talented gamers, physical, seasoned men at the back and also a lot of talent in the middle and up front.
He added:If hes still there it is because he has the passion. Its amazing at 72 years old. You have to get a lot of power to convince the players daily and still he does that.

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