Josep Guardiola has turned the negative things about the band line-up for Manchester City in the Christmas season. The defending national champions play at the end of december, with two matches within 48 hours, to the discontent of the Spaniards.
Manchester City are waiting on the 27th of december at 20: 45 at first an away game at Wolverhampton Wanderers. Where the majority of the clubs in a week of two full days to enjoy the ‘Citizens’, on the 29th of december, at 19.00 hrs, in action against Sheffield United.
“After the game against Wolverhampton at home, open the fridge and stay there for two days and in bed on time. I hope to see you all over again at the Etihad Stadium. I don’t make a joke,” said Guardiola in his press conference, at which he and the question was whether he and his players have come in such a short period of time, however, to prepare for the second game.
“When I was in the fridge openmaak for the eggs to be charged with any interest, I will maybe have my players to talk to. In all other cases it is not. I am worried about my people and the authorities, and the networks are by no means doing this.”
Josep Guardiola understands nothing about the band line-up of the City. (Photo: Getty Images)
Guardiola is refusing to complain about
It’s not the first time that a Premier League coach has complained about the hectic schedule in december. Guardiola recognizes that a jam-packed programme in England is a recurring theme.
“This is what happened in my first season here, and when we are, I think, the 31st of december, at Anfield, against Liverpool, played on January 2, Burnley received”, commented that the City manager be back for the season 2016/2017. “It is, therefore, not for the first time. We have been there before is a good deal and I still have to do that.”
“It’s no use to complain, or to get to the bosses in the Premier League to make a call. we’ve never done it before, so we’ll never be four awards in a single season to be able to grasp it. We’ll just have to accept it, and we hope to see more of this.”
Manchester City saw a disappointing start of the season. The reigning champion won just five of its first eight games and is eight points behind the still unbeaten Liverpool. The City is suing the league on Saturday with an away game against Crystal Palace (kick-off 18: 30).
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