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Man City boss Guardiola sends prayers to victims of Barcelona terror attack

Date Posted,August 17, 2017

Pep Guardiola admits he has been affected by the terror attack in his beloved city of Barcelona.

The proud Catalan and Barcelona legend has been shaken by the atrocity and sent his best wishes to the victims and their families.

“Well obviously I’m affected by what happened,” said the Manchester City boss.

“Obviously Las Ramblas is an important place in the history of Barcelona. So my thoughts are for the families and victims of the tragedy.

People mourn at the site of the deadly van attack in Barcelona (Image: Rex Features)
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“I’m sure the city and country will stand up and move on. I just wish it doesn’t happen again in Barcelona or in the whole world.

“It happened in France, in London and unfortunately it has happened in Barcelona. We don’t know, but Barcelona will wake up and show what a beautiful city it is.”

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