PEP GIVES PLAYERS A BREAK
Manchester Evening News|January 22, 2022
‘THEY WILL HAVE A FEW DAYS TO REST’
STUART BRENNAN

THE majority of City players will be given a mid-season break after the Premier League clash with Southampton today.

The Blues will have no game for a fortnight after avoiding any Covid postponements during the ravages of the Omicron variant, returning with an FA Cup fourth-round tie against Fulham on February 5, followed by a home league game with Brent ford four days later.

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