Manchester City's Premier League title parade draws around 100k fans

Yaya happy he’s leaving a City legacy			
				 
   by Dave Filmer 
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Yaya happy he’s leaving a City legacy by Dave Filmer Published

That's perhaps no surprise given Guardiola's high-intensity, possession-based style, but it was not a City player who topped the individual charts this season.

The parade left Victoria Street behind Cathedral Gardens at 18:15 BST before heading on a mile-long route through Manchester city centre, finishing in Deansgate.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola wants to come back even stronger next season - after a summer relaxing with beer and wine.

"This year has been something special but next year you all start from nil again and to do the same is probably impossible but we have to try to manage it and try to win next year".

The majority of the City first-team squad were there to celebrate, including Yaya Toure, who will be leaving on a free transfer at the end of the season.

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He had treatment at the training ground", Mourinho said. "I think they're different games really". He was injured on Friday, yesterday he couldn't train.

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"Thank you for coming, guys".

The only two players who were missing were striker Sergio Aguero, who has returned to Argentina for treatment on his knee ahead of the World Cup, and midfielder David Silva.

He said: "Thank you for understanding my situation. Thank you very much".

"It means that the club is happy with my work, they trust me, and I hope to meet their expectations on the pitch and bring a lot of joy to the fans", he said after the extension, according to the club's official website.

'I can tell my son I played with the best African footballer ever so I wish you the best of luck. The pair are likely to come up against each other in the summer as Sterling's England face De Bruyne's Belgium at the World Cup.

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