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Pep Guardiola- ‘I am still approaching the end of my career.I am pretty sure of it.’

In a recent interview, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has revealed when he will be quitting his managerial career.  

The Guardian reports that Pep Guardiola isn’t happy about his managerial career at Man City. After Manchester City’s 2-1 win over Burnley on Monday at Etihad Stadium, Guardiola has expressed his feelings about the managerial career.

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Also read: Manchester City player revealed Pep Guardiola’s reaction after Liverpool defeat

In addition to that, former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager has also admitted that he is sure about managing Man City for the next three years.

“Of course when we win, I am so happy, I am so satisfied,” Guardiola told NBC.

“And I drink a good glass of wine and enjoy.”

“But what I like is to imagine the next step can be better. If not, I will not be here.”

“In the moment, I will feel — and I am a little bit in that process – I feel that the end of my career, I will be… [throws up his hands]. I will not be training in the 60 and 65 years old, so…. No, no, no, no.”

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“Manchester City is three years or maybe longer, but I am still approaching the end of my career, like a manager. I am pretty sure of it.”

In an interview with Mirror, Guardiola said that he needs more time to settle in Premier League.

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“I don’t know. I’m not able to tell you that. I don’t know.”

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“I’ve been here just six months and the way we want to play in the league is not that simple. We need a little bit more time but I’m a guy who is so optimistic and we’re going to try,” said Man City boss.

Guardiola started his managerial career with Barcelona B team in 2007. Later he was also appointed the manager of the senior team in 2008. As a manager, he has won all the major titles with the Spanish club.

Pep Guardiola

Also read: Pep Guardiola has been disappointing at Man City, says Pundit

Pep said “Yes, normally I was top. I was there a lot of times with Barcelona and Bayern Munich. But, okay, this is a new chapter in my career to handle that and I am willing to try it.”

“I was one time in Barcelona nine points behind against Real Madrid. And after we recovered. I won a league being 12 points behind and after we won,” he added.

“But the question is are we able to reduce the gap to Chelsea? Now we have to focus on the next game and not put a lot of stress on things by saying, ‘Oh, if you don’t win the Premier League, wow, that’s not going to be a good season’.”

Manchester City is currently 3rd in the Premier League table with 42 points after 20 games.

In a recent interview, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has revealed when he will be quitting his managerial career.  

The Guardian reports that Pep Guardiola isn’t happy about his managerial career at Man City. After Manchester City’s 2-1 win over Burnley on Monday at Etihad Stadium, Guardiola has expressed his feelings about the managerial career.

Pep Guardiola

Also read: Manchester City player revealed Pep Guardiola’s reaction after Liverpool defeat

In addition to that, former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager has also admitted that he is sure about managing Man City for the next three years.

“Of course when we win, I am so happy, I am so satisfied,” Guardiola told NBC.

“And I drink a good glass of wine and enjoy.”

“But what I like is to imagine the next step can be better. If not, I will not be here.”

“In the moment, I will feel — and I am a little bit in that process – I feel that the end of my career, I will be… [throws up his hands]. I will not be training in the 60 and 65 years old, so…. No, no, no, no.”

“Manchester City is three years or maybe longer, but I am still approaching the end of my career, like a manager. I am pretty sure of it.”

In an interview with Mirror, Guardiola said that he needs more time to settle in Premier League.

“I don’t know. I’m not able to tell you that. I don’t know.”

“I’ve been here just six months and the way we want to play in the league is not that simple. We need a little bit more time but I’m a guy who is so optimistic and we’re going to try,” said Man City boss.

Guardiola started his managerial career with Barcelona B team in 2007. Later he was also appointed the manager of the senior team in 2008. As a manager, he has won all the major titles with the Spanish club.

Pep Guardiola

Also read: Pep Guardiola has been disappointing at Man City, says Pundit

Pep said “Yes, normally I was top. I was there a lot of times with Barcelona and Bayern Munich. But, okay, this is a new chapter in my career to handle that and I am willing to try it.”

“I was one time in Barcelona nine points behind against Real Madrid. And after we recovered. I won a league being 12 points behind and after we won,” he added.

“But the question is are we able to reduce the gap to Chelsea? Now we have to focus on the next game and not put a lot of stress on things by saying, ‘Oh, if you don’t win the Premier League, wow, that’s not going to be a good season’.”

Manchester City is currently 3rd in the Premier League table with 42 points after 20 games.

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In a recent interview, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has revealed when he will be quitting his managerial career.  

The Guardian reports that Pep Guardiola isn’t happy about his managerial career at Man City. After Manchester City’s 2-1 win over Burnley on Monday at Etihad Stadium, Guardiola has expressed his feelings about the managerial career.

Pep Guardiola

Also read: Manchester City player revealed Pep Guardiola’s reaction after Liverpool defeat

In addition to that, former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager has also admitted that he is sure about managing Man City for the next three years.

“Of course when we win, I am so happy, I am so satisfied,” Guardiola told NBC.

“And I drink a good glass of wine and enjoy.”

“But what I like is to imagine the next step can be better. If not, I will not be here.”

“In the moment, I will feel — and I am a little bit in that process – I feel that the end of my career, I will be… [throws up his hands]. I will not be training in the 60 and 65 years old, so…. No, no, no, no.”

“Manchester City is three years or maybe longer, but I am still approaching the end of my career, like a manager. I am pretty sure of it.”

In an interview with Mirror, Guardiola said that he needs more time to settle in Premier League.

“I don’t know. I’m not able to tell you that. I don’t know.”

“I’ve been here just six months and the way we want to play in the league is not that simple. We need a little bit more time but I’m a guy who is so optimistic and we’re going to try,” said Man City boss.

Guardiola started his managerial career with Barcelona B team in 2007. Later he was also appointed the manager of the senior team in 2008. As a manager, he has won all the major titles with the Spanish club.

Pep Guardiola

Also read: Pep Guardiola has been disappointing at Man City, says Pundit

Pep said “Yes, normally I was top. I was there a lot of times with Barcelona and Bayern Munich. But, okay, this is a new chapter in my career to handle that and I am willing to try it.”

“I was one time in Barcelona nine points behind against Real Madrid. And after we recovered. I won a league being 12 points behind and after we won,” he added.

“But the question is are we able to reduce the gap to Chelsea? Now we have to focus on the next game and not put a lot of stress on things by saying, ‘Oh, if you don’t win the Premier League, wow, that’s not going to be a good season’.”

Manchester City is currently 3rd in the Premier League table with 42 points after 20 games.

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