Man City: Pep Guardiola is not discouraged after the negative series


By: Manu Tournoux

Beaten by the smallest of margins on the lawn of Aston Villa (1-0), Manchester City, third behind Liverpool and the leader Arsenal, went on to a fourth match without a victory after three parity scores against Cheslea (4-4) , Liverpool (1-1) and Tottenham (3-3). If the Champions League had allowed the Cityzens to return to the path of success against RB Leipzig, the Spanish coach Pep Guardiola, present at a press conference before the trip to Luton Town (this Sunday at 3 p.m.) and aware of the drop in form of his team, was keen to respond to criticism, not only on the level proposed in recent weeks but also on his ability to rectify the situation.

“I think that for all the members of the club, what we are experiencing is a good thing. I think it is necessary to experience this. For a long time, it was about how good we were. Maybe we need it. It’s terrible, we were unbeatable and now we are incapable of winning a match. In big moments, I realized it. Maybe for me first, I need this challenge to prove that I am a good manager. For the players it’s a good challenge, Aston Villa were miles away from all of us.”explains the former coach of Bayern Munich and FC Barcelona before the 16th day of the Premier League.

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