Chelsea face Man City in an anticipated FA Cup semi final on Saturday at Wembley. Both sides would be hoping to make it to the finals to face either Leicester or Southampton.
So what has both managers said ahead of the clash? Here are the briefings in the press conference;
"We have to accept there is a gap between us and Man City. If you look at the fixtures in the last few years we have to accept it, but without making us feel too small."
"I know him from Mainz. When I was in Munich, after he went to Dortmund and spent one or two games playing exactly the way he wanted to play. It was difficult to take over during the season but he has a lot of experience winning at a top club like PSG and now at a club like Chelsea. I knew from the beginning he would do a great job"
After the FA Cup match, Chelsea will play Real Madrid while Man City play PSG. If both win these matches, there could be a repetition of the same in the finals of the Champions League.
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