"But we have to look on the positive side and remember we are still in Madrid, hopefully we can end the season on a high".
'It is an incredible squad and I love being a part of it.
The Premier League has finally come to a close with the clubs now taking a breather after another insane season.More news: Actress Felicity Huffman set to plead guilty in nationwide college admissions scandal
Suggestions that City had breached Financial Fair Play - which prohibits teams from spending more than they make - intensified in November when German newsmagazine Der Spiegel published internal documents showing potential collusion and malfeasance.
Gary Neville, an eight-time title victor with Manchester United, has admitted Manchester City could be the greatest Premier League team ever. 'That's what we all aim for, and I am looking forward to it already. "I think Liverpool will start the final as favourites and then it's up to Klopp, with his coaches and maybe some outside experts, to look at the current crop of players and decide if they're good enough, but damn it they were good enough to get 97 points". I am sure we have learned a lot of lessons this season, and we just need to take that into next.
"Man City know, hopefully, we are here to stay". Every club in the Prem will play at the exact same time - for those of us in the USA, the proceedings will air on the NBC family of networks, with every match kicking off at 10 a.m. ET. It is also the connection we have with the fans that helps us through tough, tough moments, through tough games.More news: 'Empire' will go 1 more season, Smollett's future is unclear
"There have been ups and not many downs".
Jurgen Klopp's side reached 97 points which would have been enough to clinch the championship in every season except this season and previous year.
The 48-year-old has lost just 68 matches in 623 games, and his teams have scored 1,487 goals in those matches; an average of 2.57 goals per game.More news: U.S. presidential contender Kamala Harris favors look at breaking up Facebook
They have, however, failed to advance beyond the quarter-finals of the Champions League under the Spaniard, meaning it is the only arena in which his City side are still to prove themselves as the top level - and won't be able to for the foreseeable if there is any truth in the latest developments. It is still striving for European success, though, and narrowly fell to Tottenham in the Champions League quarterfinals this season. "Everything else is forgotten about", Robertson said.