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Rivals Want Man City To Fail “More Than Ever,” According To Pep GuardiolaRivals Want Man City To Fail “More Than Ever,” According To Pep Guardiola

Rivals Want Man City To Fail “More Than Ever,” According To Pep GuardiolaRivals Want Man City To Fail “More Than Ever,” According To Pep Guardiola

While Guardiola won six trophies in 2009 while managing Barcelona, the Catalan team won La Liga, Copa del Rey, Spanish Super Cup, European Super Cup, Champions League, and Club World Cup titles. No club in English football history has had such a successful year.

After winning their fifth trophy in an incredible season, Pep Guardiola feels that a greater number of people now want Manchester City to fail “more than ever.” After winning the Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, and European Super Cup in 2023, City added the Club World Cup to their trophy case with a 4-0 thumping of Brazilian team Fluminense in Saudi Arabia. On Wednesday, they will play Everton in English domestic competition. While Guardiola won six trophies in 2009 while managing Barcelona, the Catalan team won La Liga, Copa del Rey, Spanish Super Cup, European Super Cup, Champions League, and Club World Cup titles. No club in English football history has had such a successful year.

Before his team’s trip to Goodison Park, City manager Pep Guardiola stated, “It is a business, you get credit when you win.” “What you have done in the past does not matter; you are nothing, zero.”

 

“Even though you win, they want you to fail,” the Spaniard continued. greater than before. When we won the sextuple in Barcelona, I felt that way.

 

“That is typical. They are against (us winning). The titles we have won over the past 14–15 years are unbelievable.

 

“People comment on their skill and brilliance. However, they only give us credit when we succeed. Beyond that, they don’t need to search.”

The Manchester team’s first Club World Cup was won by City over Fluminense, capping a fruitful five days in Saudi Arabia that manager Guardiola described as having “created incredible team building and team spirit.”

 

It was all very different from their recent performance in the Premier League, where they have only won once in the last six games, dropping City to fifth place in the standings and six points behind leaders Arsenal.

 

Guardiola declared, “You are going to have doubts about everything when you don’t win.” But the nice thing is that. That’s alright. We’ll see what happens when doubt reappears.

 

“As I previously mentioned, we performed admirably against Crystal Palace, Liverpool, and Tottenham but lost.

 

It’s clear that they don’t give a damn about how we play. Even though we played the best levels that are comparable to these (past) eight years, we still lose. There is a “crisis and disaster.”

 

Of course, we have our share of poor performances—Aston Villa was superior. What, though, is the issue?

 

“We have to accept it and move on since they can play better. In actuality, they are just waiting for us to fail—even though we are content right now.”

 

Guardiola, who celebrated Christmas in Barcelona with his family, maintained that Everton was the center of his attention right now.

 

“Goodison Park is the only place that exists,” he declared. “The best athletes quickly forget their achievements. They rejoice in it, but there’s another competition coming up.”

 

After suffering an ankle injury against Fluminense, City is hoping Rodri will be available, but they are unsure about the availability of Erling Haaland, Kevin De Bruyne, and Jeremy Doku.

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