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03 December 2017, 01:43 | Percy Christensen
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Asked if he had spoken to Redmond about the incident or reviewed it on video, Pellegrino replied: "No, no".
Nevertheless, the FA has sought observations from Guardiola and the 46-year-old must provide a response in writing by Monday, December 4.
The City boss insisted after the match he had only wanted to tell Redmond "how good a player he is", and Redmond has backed up that account following reports on Thursday which suggested Guardiola had in fact been strongly criticising the once-capped England player.
Redmond has since played down the incident, stating there was nothing aggressive or offensive in what Guardiola said to him.
The Big City Christmas Store is Now Open! The can do that with me, with Nathan and with The Sun. The Spanish coach said, "I can't control myself and I have to make an effort to improve".
That did not happen to Manchester City counterpart Guardiola when he ran on to the pitch while celebrating the Blues' last-gasp victor in Wednesday's 2-1 home victory over the Saints.
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"You can agree or not, but if I'm explaining what happened and the people don't believe me then let's cancel our press conferences and just play the games".
During his post-match interview, Guardiola claimed he was telling Redmond that he was wasting time from the ninth minute.
"If the FA want my statement again, I am able to explain whatever they want". "Last season he destroyed us here and I didn't know him". 'Yes he was very passionate, intense and aggressive but he was only very complimentary and positive to me, ' he said.
"When I give you an opinion, I give you an opinion", former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager Guardiola told reporters. I never judge and never will judge the way my opponents play against my team.
"You know - if you are my friends, don't ask me the question, because you know I get into problems".
"It is the same as what I do to beat them". All the managers want to help their players because if they play bad we'll be sacked.
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