Former Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola was head-chased by City’s rich Abu Dhabi billionaire taking after splendid spells with Barcelona, where he won the Champions League twice, and Bayern Munich, where he finished with an awesome collection of three Bundesliga title.
Guardiola first season in the Premier League has scarcely gone to plan, after Wednesday’s 2-1 loss to EPL table toppers, as Chelsea sink any expectation of a late title challenge, and in addition presenting to Guardiola a 6th EPL defeat in one season interestingly.
The Spaniard now confronts a test to claim second place ahead of Tottenham and Liverpool, or he will relinquish his record of failing to have completed outside the initial top two on the log.
However, Guardiola should likewise lift the FA Cup in the event that he is not to finish the season with next to nothing surprisingly.
Manchester City has endured lots this season, exiting from the Champions League on account of Monaco before the quarter-finals, another new low for Pep Guardiola, especially in the competition that has turned into the Holy Grail for City’s ambitious Billionaires.
“I will be better, definitely. This season was a lesson for me,” said Guardiola, whose side meet struggling Hull at Eastlands on Saturday.
“It’s normal when you have seven, eight or nine years as a manager to have a season where you don’t have as much success as before.
“It can happen. You learn from that, you don’t regret that.
“I never could imagine in Barcelona, Bayern or when I arrived here knowing absolutely everything.
“I tried to adapt the players as much as possible. I did it and I think we will be better.
“It’s a more interesting year for me as a manager to grow and handle this kind of situation.
“I didn’t complain, I didn’t give up. We have a lot of beautiful things left to fight for this season.”