Guardiola Admits to Pressure from Winning Champions League Title

The pressure is on for Manchester City’s manager, Pep Guardiola who expressed his truth with regards to the outcome of the Champions League victory. Holding the crown for the Premier League, the team visits Swansea City for the FA Cup quarter-finals on Saturday, with a prospective chance to win a Quadruple.

Guardiola has been more careful and distinct in his coaching decisions, admitting that critics and fans make his job a little bit distracting. “I was judged at Bayern Munich in that way so I will be judged here as well, my period in Munich was not good for most people because we didn’t get to one final,” Guardiola adds.

The Manchester City boss values the hard work he and his players have been through and a victory would further affirm his high standards. The boss says, “So I’m a lucky guy – my (expected) standards are high. I have to reach it. I have to accept it. We won a lot in the past and that’s why people believe that is normal but that is not normal.” The international break served Guardiola and Manchester City quite well, giving his players some down time to heal from injuries. Some of which include Vincent Kompany, John Stones, and Benjamin Mendy.

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Guardiola Admits to Pressure from Winning Champions League Title
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