The Jolloftips Frequently Asked Questions Part I

“We are still in the Champions League,” Guardiola asserted. This was last Friday, after just the first episode of City’s horror trilogy. “So, next Tuesday night, I invite you to see a magnificent game here at the Etihad Stadium. Afterwards, you can ask me the question and I am going to analyse about the Champions League if it’s good enough or not enough.”

So, after the nightmare defeat to Manchester United and the frantic but ultimately failed turnaround against Liverpool, where exactly is Guardiola’s Manchester City project right now?

Guardiola was not exactly open with his answers when the inquest came on Tuesday night, but his position was clear.

Castles did not take up his invite but there were plenty of searching questions from other members of the press. Guardiola batted away the first, and all that followed.

“We make 10 months, my friend, amazingly,” he argued. “I would say the exceptional thing is, in 10 months, just losing one game. Winning and winning and winning. That is exceptional.”

Guardiola was clearly saving his criticisms for the confines of the dressing room, if he had any at all.

He did not admit to any concerns that his players were tired, either physically or emotionally, and he did not entertain the idea that their reaction to adversity in these past three games has been poor.

Instead, he repeatedly referred back to City’s fine season overall. With plenty focusing on their recent struggles, he was probably right to do so. After all, only a remarkable collapse – a failure to actually clinch the Premier League title – could seriously tarnish this season.

“We are still in the Champions League,” Guardiola asserted. This was last Friday, after just the first episode of City’s horror trilogy. “So, next Tuesday night, I invite you to see a magnificent game here at the Etihad Stadium. Afterwards, you can ask me the question and I am going to analyse about the Champions League if it’s good enough or not enough.”

So, after the nightmare defeat to Manchester United and the frantic but ultimately failed turnaround against Liverpool, where exactly is Guardiola’s Manchester City project right now?

Guardiola was not exactly open with his answers when the inquest came on Tuesday night, but his position was clear.

Castles did not take up his invite but there were plenty of searching questions from other members of the press. Guardiola batted away the first, and all that followed.

“We make 10 months, my friend, amazingly,” he argued. “I would say the exceptional thing is, in 10 months, just losing one game. Winning and winning and winning. That is exceptional.”

Guardiola was clearly saving his criticisms for the confines of the dressing room, if he had any at all.

He did not admit to any concerns that his players were tired, either physically or emotionally, and he did not entertain the idea that their reaction to adversity in these past three games has been poor.

Instead, he repeatedly referred back to City’s fine season overall. With plenty focusing on their recent struggles, he was probably right to do so. After all, only a remarkable collapse – a failure to actually clinch the Premier League title – could seriously tarnish this season.

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