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Pep Guardiola on coronavirus: I'd rather suspend matches than play behind closed doors

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says he would rather matches were cancelled than play in front of empty stadiums as the coronavirus outbreak threatens to disrupt competitions across Europe. ‘We play for the people. If the people can’t be there, it makes no sense,’ he told reporters. Italy has suspended all Serie A matches until at least April, while Spanish league games will be played behind closed doors until at least 22 March as Europe battles to contain the spread of Covid-19

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