Pablo Zabaleta Gave A Supremely Honest & Heartbreaking Interview On His City Farewell


Guardiola stunned reporters and City fans alike at the start of his first season in English soccer by publicly calling out Aguero, saying he expected more from a player who has always been widely regarded as the best striker in the Premier League. "The appreciation from the fans has been massive", he told reporters.

They were up again minutes later as Zabaleta, the popular Argentina right back who will leave City in the off-season after nine years, came on the 61st minute to a rip-roaring reception for his last home game. For me, I feel I have done enough and it is the right time to move on.

"I will enjoy watching Manchester City in the Champions League".

This week Zabaleta has been reflecting on his six years at City.

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"I am so proud to have been in probably the most successful period of City history".

"I would be pleased if we seal that spot", Zabaleta said. It was like "wow" that for a long time I didn't see. "You never realise how tough those moments are when you have to say goodbye to everyone", he added.

The Brazilian said: "He's a top player, so of course I hope he stays". "When I see his performances I wonder what we could have been with him all season".

"But the fact I have been here from day one is something that has made me very proud".

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Zabaleta's name was chanted throughout by the crowd, even though he started on the bench.

"We made 71 points and were second". He's an exceptional professional and someone who has been extremely reliable. "I tried to get him involved in our game, to be involved defensively and especially to help us because I think he has a quality not just to score a goal but to be involved in the process. And with him you have that feeling he could save the game".

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has set his sights on a third-place finish after comfortably dispatching West Brom and moving ahead of Liverpool in the race for Champions League football.

"A lot is said, and I have a good relationship with Guardiola from the times at Barcelona, but I should be focused on my club".

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Pablo Zabaleta got a rousing send-off.