Price per Head: Pellegrini insists that Bayern game is very important

Manuel PellegriniPrice per head services learned that Manuel Pellegrini, Manchester City boss, spoke about the importance of their final UEFA Champions League group match at Bayern Munich.

City and Bayern were already able to secure qualification from Group D, with Bayern boasting a perfect record of five victories from as many matches so far, leaving price per head services all over the world very impressed.

But pay per head services know that Pellegrini’s players are keen to atone for a 3-1 loss to Bayern in October at the Etihad Stadium, which saw the reigning champions make a dominant performance.

“We have qualified already, but it’s important we improve from the home game against Bayern Munich,” said Pellegrini on Monday at a press conference.

“It’s an important game.”

And price per head services were very excited when they found out that David Silva has been set to return to action from a calf injury for City – he last played on November 5 in a 5-2 victory over CSKA Moscow.

But Pellegrini won’t have left-back Gael Clichy, as well as fellow injury victims and Stefan Jovetic and Matija Nastasic, as well as the suspended Yaya Toure.

“Gael Clichy has a problem with his foot. It’s not serious, but he could not travel,” added City’s manager.

“I think he will be ok for Saturday (when City host Premier League title rivals Arsenal, Clichy’s former club).

“Nastasic and Jovetic (both calf) have also stayed behind, but all the other players are available, apart from Yaya Toure.”

The match on Tuesday sees Martin Demichelis – a favourite with price per head services – go back to Bayern, where earlier in his career he spent more than seven years.

“We have to play with real fire in our stomachs,” added the 32-year-old defender.

“It’s a great team we’re playing and this is great preparation for us.

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“I played here for seven and a half years and experienced a lot. Tomorrow is a very emotional day for me.”