West Ham Star Vladimir Coufal Tempted With Tasty Incentive To Stop Manchester City’s EPL Title Bid

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West Ham United right-back Vladimir Coufal has been offered a tasty incentive to help his side stop Manchester City from winning the 2023/24 Premier League title this Sunday.

The 31-year-old Czech defender has received an offer from his local cafe, owned by a die-hard Arsenal fan, who has promised the defender he will never have to buy coffee again provided he stops City in tomorrow’s crucial match.

Manchester City currently sit at the top of the Premier League table with 88 points, just two points ahead of second-placed Arsenal who have 86 points. With just one game remaining in the season, the title race is coming down to the wire.

If West Ham United can defeat Manchester City or hold them to a goalless draw on Sunday, May 19 and Arsenal manage to secure a win against Everton in their final match, the Gunners will be crowned 2023/24 Premier League champions.

The fact that Arsenal are currently one goal better off than City adds even more intrigue to the title race.

Vladimir Coufal, who has been a standout performer for West Ham this season, will play a crucial role in trying to prevent City from securing the three points they need to clinch the title.

The added motivation of a life time supply of free coffee from his local cafe has given Coufal an extra incentive to put in a stellar performance on Sunday.

Coufal told Sky Sports:”I have been offered free coffee for the rest of my life!”

“I have many Arsenal fans around me. My son is playing football, so I have big Arsenal fans there.

The tension is mounting as fans across the country eagerly await the outcome of the final matches of the season.

Arsenal fans will be hoping that their team can take care of business against Everton, while also keeping a close eye on the West Ham vs Manchester City clash.

Despite West Ham’s poor record against City, Coufal remains optimistic about their chances.

He acknowledges the challenge of playing against Guardiola’s side, who are unbeaten in their last 16 games against the Hammers.

However, the defender sees Sunday’s match as an opportunity to turn their fortunes around and potentially end City’s unbeaten run.

He added: “It’s probably one of the toughest places to play football,” he said. “I know we don’t have a good record there – I would say a very bad record! But this streak has to finish sometimes, and why not on Sunday?”

For Coufal and his West Ham teammates, the opportunity to play spoiler to Manchester City’s title hopes will be a huge motivation.

The chance to disrupt the established order and potentially hand the trophy to their London rivals will make Sunday’s match a must-watch for football fans everywhere.

What’s next?

Manchester City and West Ham will brawl in a must-win match for Pep Guardiola on Sunday, May 19 at Etihad Stadium with kickoff set at 4:00 pm.

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