Pep Guardiola Is Resolute about Keeping up with the Tactical Tweaks at Manchester City


Pep Guardiola is not going to make a surprising tactical change if he thinks these are going to help Manchester City but admits to shying away from some if they backfired and people will kill him.

Arsenal Guardiola fielded Bernardo Silva left-back before moving the Portuguese into a more known advanced position in 60 minutes in the 3-1 win. Afterward, the manager talked about his tactics as horrible and he reminded me of the comment that had been made. Continue reading Pep Guardiola Is Resolute about Keeping up with the Tactical Tweaks at Manchester City


Premier League champions Manchester City look to be already preparing for next season and are reportedly working on creating a list of a set of players they want to sign in the summer. City are by far the most complete team in the Premier League and have already assembled both the first and second-team set-ups capable of competing for major titles but they seem to not be satisfied and want to make more reinforcements.

Pep Guardiola is known for his lavish spending habits when it comes to making signings as he has shown in the past. The Spanish manager is now expected to continue his spending surge after reports recently emerged that he wants to join the race to sign Slavia Prague’s Senegalese striker Abdallah Sima when the summer transfer window opens for business next month.


It is expected to be a worthy pitch battle when Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur take to the field and battle it all out for Cup glory on Saturday. For Pep Guardiola, it is going to be another opportunity to add to his trophy cabinets since taking up the managerial role at the Etihad stadium. And for Tottenham in general, it will be a chance for them to finally get their hands on a title in over a decade.

The match is also set to be an interesting one for several reasons, with the past week having seen us witness a couple of dramas on the football scene. First, it was the talk of the European Super League introduction that could have had the two teams in the competition. Both clubs are part of the entire 12 sides that were planning to boycott the UEFA Champions League and replace it with the new European league.



Manchester City have dominated English football for the better part of the last three years under manager Pep Guardiola but it seems those days of dominant Manchester City displays aree long gone going by what has happened in the Premier League this season. Spanish tactician Guardiola was appointed by the Manchester City owners four years ago and he was given an enabling environment to show why he’s regarded by many as the best manager in world football. Manchester City had built a system tailormade for Guardiola even before his appointment was confirmed four years.

Manchester City didn’t achieve much under Guardiola in his debut season in the Premier League but all that changed in the second season when he led the Citizens to the Premier League title with a record 100 points. Manchester City also won the Capital One Cup in that second season. His most successful season yet came in the third season when he led Manchester City to an unprecendented domestic treble. Despite the domestic dominance, the shadow of failed Champions League campaigns loomed over Guardiola and Manchester City with many believing that the Spaniard was appointed to deliver the much coveted Champions League trophy. In his fourth season last term, Guardiola and Manchester City had to settle for the Capital One Cup only as they finished 18 points behind champions Liverpool. Continue reading BLUNT CITY RECORD ANOTHER POOR RESULT

Vincent Kompany all Set to Leave Manchester City

Man City needs to witness transfer for longstanding chief Vincent Kompany next season. Previous Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips says Matthijs de Ligt is an ideal trade for active commander Vincent Kompany. The unbelievable commander will withdraw from the club this mid-year to turn into Anderlecht’s player-chief, and Kompany was given an ideal send-off at City’s finish of-season march to commend winning the local treble.

However, considerations must go to finding a substitution to accomplice Aymeric Laporte. John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi will both feel they can do the job, yet Pep Guardiola has wanted to turn his focal safeguards at City and is probably going to look for a substitution. Also, Wright-Phillips says Guardiola should look far away from Matthijs de Ligt, who is set to leave Ajax this late spring.
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Manchester City are arguably the most feared team in the Premier League as Pep Guardiola has built a well-oiled machine capable of churning out results week in week out. The Premier League Champions have been able to build on last season performances as they look to win an unprecedented quadruple.

Pep’s men are currently second in the Premier League two points behind Liverpool with a game in hand and control their destiny as if they win all their matches they would win consecutive league titles. The Citizens have already bagged the Carabao Cup earlier in February by beating Chelsea on penalties and are in the FA Cup Semifinals where they face Brighton on Saturday.

Pep Guardiola Believes that Manchester City is Strong Enough to Survive the Transfer Ban by FIFA

Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City doesn’t have any doubt about the fact that the club will be able to deal with the potential ban on Transfer. The champion of Premier League is going to encounter a FIFA embargo after signing in players for 2 transfer window.

The governing body of the world is going to investigate the club in regards to the 8 players under 18 years of age being signed for potential infringement of the rules of third-party ownership.
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Pep And How He Handles Man City

Even though the last match between Man City and Arsenal resulted in City’s win, many think that Pep Guardiola often over-thinks the strategies or micromanages his team. This might have helped in the recent success but it could also lead to additional stress that might not work for anyone.

It was noted by many how Pep was gesticulating, raging and fuming outside the field in the last match. Many feel that Manchester City players are not made for handling setbacks and they run on a single theme. Pep is also seen to be too controlling and intense when the game is on and it could result in a side that gets neurotic and does not think for themselves when the game becomes tough.
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Bridge on Manchester City

Former Chelsea and Manchester City defender Wayne Bridge believes that Manchester City will win the title this season. He said that the team has made tremendous progress since Pep Guardiola has taken over as the coach and that he is sure that they will be able to retain their title this time around.

Wayne Bridge said that Pep Guardiola has turned the team into a formidable machine and that it will be difficult for the opposition to stop them. He said that the team was strong last season and that Manchester City has again improved the team by signing RiyadMahrez. He said that not only the first team is strong they also have some good strength in depth.
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