Phil looks at the fantastic four!

If Manchester City wins the Premier League for the fourth time in a row on Sunday, Phil Foden believes they will go down in English football history forever.

Going into Sunday’s last round of games, Pep Guardiola’s team is in the lead for their sixth English title in seven seasons. With two games in hand over second-place Arsenal, City will hoist the Premier League trophy once again should they triumph over West Ham at the Etihad Stadium or should the Gunners lose to Everton.

If City were to win four straight championships, it would be an unparalleled feat in the history of the English Premier League. That incredible accomplishment was beyond the capabilities of Alex Ferguson’s dynastic Manchester United, the best teams from Arsenal, or even the legendary Liverpool squads of the 1970s and 1980s.

If City wins the trophy, England striker Foden thinks it may never happen again.

The Football Writers’ Association player of the year said, “It’s history and I don’t think I can ever see it being done again.” He skipped the event on Thursday night in London in order to concentrate on City’s preparations. The team is aware of the situation, understands it, and is eager to attempt to resolve it.

City is going for the triple crown this year after taking home the FA Cup, the Premier League, and the Champions League the previous year. On May 25, they play Manchester United at Wembley in the FA Cup final before Foden concentrates on the European Championship in Germany. “We will enter the tournament [Euro 2024] full of confidence if we can win these next two finals,” Foden said.

“We are willing to put everything on the line in an attempt to succeed and attempt an unprecedented four EPLs. We would really value it. I’m happy with my performance right now, and Sunday is my final opportunity to attempt to win the league.

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