‘Pep City’ screams at the end of the Champions League “It was a hellish time”

It is no exaggeration to say that Pep Guardiola and Manchester City are bitter about the Champions League. In the past five seasons, they have won the Premier League four times, but the Champions League is irrelevant. This year, the Premier League title is right in front of you, and the Champions League has advanced to the semifinals.

According to British media ‘The Sun’ reported on the 17th (Korean time), Manchester City manager Guardiola insisted that even if Manchester City failed to win the Champions League, the achievement would be special.먹튀검증

“I’ve been here many times already,” Guardiola gritted his teeth.

Guardiola has personally won the Champions League twice. During his time at FC Barcelona, ​​he succeeded in winning the Champions League with Lionel Messi in the 2008-2009 season and the 2010-2011 season.

After that, he went through Bayern Munich and took the helm of Man City in 2016.

Guardiola has not won the Champions League with either Munich or Manchester City. But Man City is different from Munich. Munich is a club that has won the Champions League six times. Manchester City have never won the Champions League in their history.

Guardiola said: “People will remember for a long time our generation of players who, over the past five or six years, have scored a lot, conceded few goals and played very well. People have to remember that.” Although they couldn’t do it, they insisted that it was a team that would represent their generation sufficiently.

In fact, Man City is trying to win three crowns, although it is unknown whether they will succeed this year. A Premier League title is certain, an FA Cup final and a Champions League possibility. It has been 24 years since Manchester United in the 1998-1999 season. It is comparable to 1999 Manchester United, which is considered the strongest club in the Premier League history.

Still, if we don’t win the Champions League, it’s empty.

Manchester City defender Kyle Walker said: “We are in debt considering the money and investment the owners have poured into the club.”

“I’ve lost seven of my 10 semi-finals. I’ve lost more than I’ve won. My only hope is for us to play our game,” said Guardiola.

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