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Kolarov, Stones and young guns impress

SPECIAL MOMENT: Tosin Adarabioyo makes his Champions League debut

Good morning, Blues! Last night’s result means the draw for the Champions League group stage awaits, but we start the day with a round-up of the media’s reaction to the 1-0 victory over Steaua Bucharest.

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In other news: New contracts for Bale & Ronaldo?

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Mail: Youngsters set for Steaua chance

CHANGES: Tosin Adarabioyo and Pablo Maffeo are two youngsters the media are tipping to play against Steaua.

Praise, predicted line-ups and the usual dose of transfer gossip are the order of the day in a fairly busy media round-up, this morning.

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In other news: Allardyce open to Terry talks

ALLARDYCE: The 61-year-old may bring back Terry

New England boss Sam Allardyce is dominating much of the national press this morning, including his comments on Chelsea captain John Terry.

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Guardiola is improving Premier League standards

PEP: The City boss has been praised for keeping the Premier League fresh

Journalists and pundits alike have continued to praise the club with this morning’s headlines focusing on Pep Guardiola and John Stones.

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In Other News: Allardyce backs Team GB football

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Nolito delighted with City start

HERMANOS: Jumping for joy

Reaction from City’s 4-1 thumping of Stoke continues to dominate the Blue headlines.

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Pundits purr over Potters win

ON FIRE: Sergio Aguero opens the scoring from the penalty spot

City’s 4-1 win over Stoke at the Bet365 stadium on Saturday got journalists purring over a combination of defensive resilience and ruthlessness going forward.

Stuart Brennan of the Manchester Evening News hailed Pep Guardiola’s “revolutionaries” as they made it nine goals in two away games.

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Guardiola: I want the ball for 90 minutes

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