Guardiola Claims That Maybe He Is Not Good Enough To Guide Man City To Success
Pep Guardiola has defended his players before the highly anticipated clash against high flying Tottenham Hotspur.
“I don’t understand the lack of respect for the professionals, when they are amazing players and they’re not good enough for me. Maybe I’m not good enough for them.”
“They’re Manchester City players, top players, they have a lot of quality. They showed that many times in the past and this season.”
“Maybe the expectations about my coming here were so excessive, maybe winning 10 games in a row, so the reality is that we’re going to build up.”
“I’m working on that and then I’ll be the first to recognize when I’m not able or we’re not able to do that, to speak with the club to take a solution.”
“We changed many things from the beginning and sometimes you need time. If they give me time I will do that until the end and, if they don’t, unlucky.”
Though, Guardiola has vowed to come back stronger through the difficult period.
“The life of the manager and football players is that situation – a sad situation, so the exception is my period [career],” said Guardiola.
“Always winning, winning, winning. I’d prefer to be at the top, but it’s not that situation and it’s the first time I’ve been in that.”