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Live Reporting

Shamoon Hafez

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    The players hoist aloft the trophy.

    Manchester City are Premier League champions again.

    Full reaction is here

    Thanks for joining us.

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    Pep Guardiola is bouncing up and down on stage to Sweet Caroline.

  3. Is Guardiola the difference?

    David Mooney from The Blue Moon podcast and The Football News Show team look at whether Pep Guardiola is the difference for Manchester City after winning their fourth Premier League title in five seasons.

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    Video caption: Four titles in five years: is Guardiola the difference?
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    City captain Fernandinho: "It has been a long journey. It is so nice to hear the fans singing my name. When I signed in 2013 I tried to speak a bit of English and it wasn't easy, I tried to learn as much as I can.

    "I used to say that all the titles I have won here are special for me. Someone told me they want me to be one of the leaders and when I look back all of them have been special moments for me."

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    And finally on to the stage is departing captain Fernandinho.

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    City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne: "The players have pushed me all the way. I have been here seven years and I love them. I have three more years and I am definitely staying, this is where I want to be and win more trophies.

    "I wanted to push to win the title (against Wolves). This team deserves so much credit. I was not fit at the beginning but the team and fans deserve it. Now it is time to celebrate."

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    Kevin de Bruyne won the Player of the Year award and also the Etihad Player of the Season.

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    Ruben Dias: "It was definitely harder watching than being on the pitch, to not have any control on what is happening. Gladly we did it in the end and the atmosphere was unbelievable."

    Ilkay Gundogan: "Honestly I didn't feel that much (scoring the winning goal), I got it on a plate from Kevin. Everything else was pure joy.

    "Not a bad week, I cannot complain. I am very happy for my wife as well."

    Kyle Walker: "The injury is fine. I was just so happy, the team and everything we worked for we got the three points. We are family and this is the best team I have been involved in."

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    OK it's all over the shop now.

    These players are introduced as "the captains".

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    City midfielder Jack Grealish: "It is unbelievable, this is what I came here for, to win medals. When I came here I knew the talent but the dressing room struck me straight away. They welcomed me and I feel at home."

    Bernardo Silva: "Amazing feeling, a crazy game. At 2-0 my heart almost stopped. The guys that came on helped us a lot and so happy to win the title for the fourth time in five years.

    "To thank the fans with a Premier League title is great for us and we know how much it means to them and to see how happy we can make them."

    Rodri: "After training we did shooting and I always win."

    Riyad Mahrez: "It is not true!"

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    Here are the midfielders.

    Jack Grealish enters with a drink in each hand.

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    City defender John Stones: "Everyone is enjoying it and having a good time, celebrating another win for City. It is an incredible occasion and great to see you all."

    Nathan Ake: "Not bad, not bad. I am just very happy to be here and grateful to all the City fans. I really enjoyed it and hopefully we go for more."

    Joao Cancelo: "Come on City!"

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    Now come the defenders.

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    City goalkeeper Ederson: "I am so happy for this moment. I work hard every day and the result is the title and Golden Glove.

    "I am the best penalty taker and if Pep says it is OK I will take one."

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    The players are being introduced onto the stage position by position.

    The goalkeepers are up first.

  16. 'We have to be so proud of the group of players'

    Man City boss Pep Guardiola: "It was a plan to be calm at 2-0 down. It was a great afternoon and great night.

    "Everybody knows it was an incredible achievement. This is the toughest league and we have won four since we have been here. I can see the happiness on the people's faces.

    "It was a tough moment at the end and it was over. The players showed an incredible comeback, there was a lot of tension after Real Madrid but we never give up. We have to be so proud of the group of players.

    "I am the best dancer of my staff! We will do it tonight. We saw the reaction when Ilkay Gundogan scored the winning goal."

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    Pep Guardiola has just jumped onto the stage and is showing off some dance moves.

    Easy now.

  18. The city is blue

  19. 'Serial winners' among the players and the staff

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Former Everton midfielder Leon Osman says the Manchester City celebrations on the pitch with the players and staff together show this extraordinary club are "one big group".

    There was jubilation at Etihad Stadium as City pulled off a remarkable comeback against Aston Villa to clinch the title and Osman believes the unity between everyone will be contributing to their winning mentality.

    "They are sharing really good embraces," he said on BBC Radio 5 Live's Football Daily podcast. "It's clear the staff are so important to the players as well.

    "These are brilliant scenes and they are just one big group that are now serial winners."

    He also praised Oleksandr Zinchenko after the Ukraine captain came on and changed the game at half-time - and also for his impact on the side despite everything happening in his home country.

    "He received a rousing cheer for what he's going through," he said, "but also because he had a big influence on what happened in the second half in getting City the three points."

  20. 'Everyone played their part'

    Man City women manager Gareth Taylor, whose side won the Conti Cup: "Really proud of the players and the whole group, the way we turned it around. We wanted to win the FA Cup but came up against a very good Chelsea side.

    "It wasn't the start we wanted but the availability we had in the second part of the season was great and everyone played their part."

    On finishing ahead of Man Utd: "It is always nice to have the bragging rights."

    On departures of Karen Bardsley and Jill Scott: "Unfortunately time comes to an end in your career but the memories they have left is amazing."

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