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City stars react to PL trophy party

CHAMPIONS: City's stars beam with the Premier League trophy.

CHAMPIONS: City's stars beam with the Premier League trophy.

Read what the Blues said immediately after lifting the Premier League trophy on Sunday afternoon...

Raheem Sterling

"It’s an amazing feeling. We’ve been looking forward to this since we were kids and now we’ve done it! Brilliant, let’s go again.


"When we found out we won a couple of weeks ago, it didn’t really feel that real without the trophy. Now we’ve actually lifted it, it’s an amazing feeling.


"Over the course of the season, there have been testing moments for us. Losing games, drawing games when we’ve needed to win... we’ve had difficult moments but we’ve done it.

 

"It’s been a great fightback. You can see from our team spirit throughout the whole season. It’s been great and we deserve it massively."

 

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John Stones

“It’s literally a dream come true. Me and Kyle Walker were speaking after the game saying that this is why we came here.

 

"We just never knew what it would feel like to lift the Premier League trophy. It literally is just a dream come true.


"Every day Pep Guardiola has not let the standard slip at all. Every day he’s been wanting to improve us individually and as a team.

 

"It’s credit to him and his staff. He’d never say that - it’s just about him or his staff. It’s a collective. I think that’s why we’ve gelled so well together."

David Silva

"The team have played so well as well and that’s helped me. I feel okay, I feel good - even with having to travel to Spain and back to England.

 

"It was a tough time for me but we got there.

 

"We’re the champions. We’re very happy."

 

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Yaya Toure

"Our team is full of energy and full of enthusiasm. You can see it from all the games we’ve seen this year. It’s fantastic to be part of this team.

 

"It’s the first club where I’ve stayed for a long time. After eight years of service, I think it’s the right time to move on and let the kids continue to take the responsibility.

 

"I’m really happy. I’m delighted to be part of this football club and they’ll be looking forward to being strong next year. They’ve played fantastic football and I hope there’ll be more of the same next year.


"I’m delighted [to have won three Premier League titles at City]. When you see all the trajectory over the course of the eight years I’ve been here, it’s unbelievable.

 

"I’m very happy to be part of this football club."

 


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