Guardiola: Man City Chairman Al-Mubarak Not Happy With Me

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“This club had successful before my arrival here, with [Roberto] Mancini and [Manuel] Pellegrini, they won a lot of titles and played really good football”. So without me, when I leave – and I don’t know when that will be – the structure of the club wants to grow and to be solid.” Those were Pep Guardiola’s words and I “quote”. The Spanish head coach has admitted that his side have fallen short of their usual high standards in the Premier League and for that, the chairman Mr Khaldoon Al-Mubarak is not happy with him.

Since Guardiola’s arrival at the Etihad Stadium in 2016, the Sky Blues have enjoyed unprecedented domestic success. Evidence to Pep’s success so far are eight trophies among which are two premier league titles to the club’s shoulder. Liverpool lost out to Guardiola’s men last term at the closest margin but used that as motivation as they knocked City of the defence reclaim.


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