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Sport Man City to continue giving young prospects a chance in injury crisis

13:35  25 september  2020
13:35  25 september  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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PEP GUARDIOLA hailed his hungry Manchester City stars after their United States tour finished with a youthful flourish. The Spaniard has been forced to use prospects like Phil Foden, Brahim Diaz, Eric Garcia, Lukas Nmecha, Luke Bolton and Douglas Luiz in matches against Borussia Dortmund

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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says the club will continue giving academy players a chance with just 13 regular first team squad players currently fit.

A young City side beat Bournemouth 2-1 in the Carabao Cup on Thursday night with 17-year-old striker Liam Delap scoring on debut before Phil Foden secured progression to the fourth round in the second half.

The likes of 18-year-old midfielder Tommy Doyle and 18-year-old centre-back Taylor Harwood-Bellis also impressed and Guardiola has revealed they will be needed in the coming weeks with City in somewhat of an injury crisis.

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Pep Guardiola standing in front of it: Pep Guardiola says Manchester City will continue giving academy players a chance © Provided by Daily Mail Pep Guardiola says Manchester City will continue giving academy players a chance a man in a blue shirt: Liam Delap celebrates after scoring his team's first goal against Bournemouth on Thursday © Provided by Daily Mail Liam Delap celebrates after scoring his team's first goal against Bournemouth on Thursday

'It was a good game, but all our young players played at a high level, Tommy, Taylor, Liam. All of them were really good,' Guardiola said following the victory at the Etihad.

'At 17 years old, Liam is a different striker to what we have in terms of physicality. We see in training how good a finisher he is. Now is the time to be calm and keep working. We are delighted with his performance. He played really well.

'With the situation we have right now, we need players from the academy. We have just 13 players fit. With the problems we have up front, he will stay with us. We will use him.

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'We cannot forget, like with Phil, he is only 17 years-old. He has a lot of things to improve. We cannot anticipate the progress of every young player.

a man holding a racket: 18-year-old midfielder Tommy Doyle impressed against Bournemouth © Provided by Daily Mail 18-year-old midfielder Tommy Doyle impressed against Bournemouth a man in a blue shirt: Fellow teenager Taylor Harwood-Bellis also put in a good display © Provided by Daily Mail Fellow teenager Taylor Harwood-Bellis also put in a good display

'We've had Phil, Eric, Liam and we have Cole Palmer, who will be an exceptional player.

'We congratulate the academy. I am the last step, but before there are a lot of people in the club working for this and it is a big success for them. Jason Wilcox is the academy boss who helps us have these players. That's why you have the Academy. When you need players we can use it. It depends on the quality of the player.

'When they have desire, work ethic and the quality is good, they will have chances. Tommy played incredibly well as a holding midfield. Taylor as well. These guys did not play one game of the last three months.

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'This was the first 90 minutes. They played a team who were in the Premier League last season and top of the Championship right now.

'I would say congratulations to the club for providing these players for us.'

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