UEFA Champions League: Guardiola: “I started watching Inter and I really like what they’re doing”

Pep Guardiola does not trust Inter… Nor to those who gave him only a 1% chance of winning the Champions League. There are 16 days left until the final, but the Manchester City coach has already begun to prepare for and play it.

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“I started to see a few minutes of Inter, some attitudes, and I’m very impressed. What they did impressed me, their body language”, The former coach of Barcelona and Bayern Munich admitted.

Guardiola was so impressed that he resorted to a second opinion: “After he started seeing them, I contacted some friends who live in Italy to see what they think and they all told me to be on alert because they are serious. They didn’t need to tell me. I already noticed that I’m watching a few minutes.”

I called some friends who live in Italy to see what they think and they all told me to be on alert because Inter is serious.

Pep Guardiola

Inter can beat us, of course.

The City coach rejects the role of the candidate: “Of course, Inter can beat us. They won the Champions League three times and we haven’t. Now, we’ll give our best version so that doesn’t happen.”

Guardiola, who, as a player, spent a period at Brescia (2001-2002) and Roma (2002-2003), does not hesitate to praise the “rebirth” of “Calcio”, which He qualified for the Champions League final (Inter), another in the European League (Roma), and a third in the Conference (Fiorentina).

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“It is no coincidence that there are three Italian teams in the three European finals and more in the semi-finals. I played in Italy and I know the mentality the Italians have in the finals. We must not forget that 20 years ago, Serie A was the best league in the world. And that all the players and coaches wanted to go there… Nor has Italy won four World Cups.” Guardiola is done.

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