Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has finally given up on their team’s hope of winning the premier league title for the third time in a row.
Manchester City suffered their fourth defeat in the premier league on Saturday following a 2-1 home defeat of City by their neigbour Manchester United. The defeat put City 14 points adrift league leaders Liverpool.
Pep Guarduiola who spoke on the official website of the club said: “We have to continue,” he said. “We have other competitions to play. Maybe this will help us in the future to be better.
“We are not as consistent as the previous two seasons; that is the reality. The players are playing the way I want.
“We have won a lot of Premier Leagues in the last decade but sometimes you have to accept it.
“When I see my team, all the games except 15 or 20 minutes against Chelsea, I like the team and how they play.
“Maybe we need to improve and accept the reality.” he stated
Pep Guardiola will now mount challenge on the Champions League, FA Cup and the Carabao Cup and will be looking forward to ensuring he wins more title.
This is the first time in the history of Pep’s managerial career that he will give up on a league title after just 16 matches.