Guardiola can take Man City all the way in the Champions League... if they avoid Real Madrid

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Sam Lee is in Rotterdam ahead of City's new Champions League campaign and he believes Guardiola's men in a good position in European football


Manchester City kick off their Champions League campaign in Rotterdam on Wednesday night, aiming to get out of a pretty straight-forward group and go far beyond last season's second-round showing.

Sam Lee has followed City around Europe in recent seasons and is in the Netherlands ahead of a new season of European football for Pep Guardiola's side.

He believes City have one of the best starting XIs in Europe, and could take advantage of a comparatively weak crop of favourites this season - as long as they get out of the group (as they should) and get a little bit of luck in the draw.

And it would be best to avoid Real Madrid...

My preview of City's Champions League campaign, from the Feyenoord Stadion. Enjoy! Posted by Sam Lee on Tuesday, September 12, 2017

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