Premier League: Guardiola: “I’m sorry to those who hate us, but we will go down in the history books”

Pep Guardiola It gets hard. The coach sent a clear message to his players, despite the victory over Tottenham. The “Citizen” came back and won 4-2 after trailing 0-2 in the first half, but the victory did not leave Al-Sayed satisfied. Pep said that right after the match and repeated it again in the match preview. The duel that this Saturday will pit Manchester City against Wolverhampton Wanderers (3 o’clock.).

Guardiola wants footballers to regain their hunger to win, The desire to conquer everything. to understand a region, El-Sayed remembered what happened to him when he was a player with Barcelona.

He won four league championships in a row as a player and then he wasn’t hungry enough. Lots of caviar. Real Madrid beat me


“I won four league titles in a row as a player and then I wasn’t hungry enough. Lots of caviar. And Real Madrid beat me. I understand guys, but I’m here to change that situation. The president knows that. I want to be here, but if the team loses, I won’t be here. I’m sorry to those who hate us, but we will go down in the history books for what we did in the Premier League,” said the City manager.

If the team loses, I won’t be here


“You can’t deny how awesome we are, but this is the past. The club must move. We are in second place, we are not 25 points behind Arsenal, there are still 57 points to play. Coach continued.

An important day from the Prime Minister

If Manchester City beat Wolverhampton this afternoon, He could be located just two points behind Arsenal just before Arsenal Manchester United reception (17.30)

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Although there is no insurmountable distance, Pep knows the team must change if he wants to compete with Arteta’s men: “What I’m saying is if we keep going like this, we won’t stand a chance. Our fans want to watch the second half against Tottenham more often. This is what we have to do.”.

If we continue like this, we won’t stand a chance


“It has nothing to do with that. If they lose to United, it doesn’t matter. If we play like this, we won’t get to them. We have to change ourselves. If Arsenal survives, congratulations. But it’s not about the three points against United.”

Ordinary heroes

Manchester City has been dominating the English Premier League lately. Pep’s men have won four of the last five tournaments, but this, according to the coach, is useless. Only the present matters. “This is the past. Look what we have now and then Arsenal. They have it all, all the pieces. They defend with ten players in the penalty area, five behind them, six behind them, good transitions, and win duels, See how they celebrate a goal, how they talk. How they look at each other, communicate. This is football. “We don’t have it,” he said.

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