Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said he admires managers of lower-ranked teams who are not afraid of sticking to their style of football despite poor results.

Guardiola, whose side are top of the Premier League with 68 points after 29 games, said a new generation of managers including Fulham boss Scott Parker are taking a courageous step in playing attacking football.

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Fulham was 10 points adrift of 17th place in mid-February but three wins and two draws in its last six games have seen their hopes of survival soar with Parker’s side now below 17th-placed Brighton and Hove Albion only on goal difference.

“Since day one, Fulham have played incredibly well,” Guardiola said before Sunday’s Premier League trip to Craven Cottage.

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