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Arsene Wenger and Pep Guardiola disappointed about their team’s performances

Manchester City and Arsenal managers have both expressed their concern about the performances of their respective teams in the festive period.

 

“I think the disadvantage [of a day less rest] is too big”-Wenger

Arsène Wenger

On Tuesday night, Arsenal played Bournemouth at Dean Court and the match ended in a thrilling 3-3 draw. After conceding three goals in the first half, the Gunners made an exciting comeback in the match when Sanchez, Perez and Giroud scored three in the second half. Arsenal is currently fourth in the Premier League table with 8 points behind table-toppers Chelsea.

Arsene Wenger said that his side had to play two games in two days and the busy schedule handed over a disadvantage to Gunners.

“They [Bournemouth] deserve a lot of credit, but I think the disadvantage [of a day less rest] is too big,” Wenger told Sky Sports.

“When you play against a team that has over three days recovery and you played on Sunday, late afternoon, it’s too big a handicap at the start.”

“And they are a good side, a good team. They played at a tremendous pace and they looked always dangerous, committed. That’s why the game was difficult.”

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“We had three or four players we had to play tonight that we had to wait until the warm-up to see if they could play,” Wenger told a press conference.

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“This complicates the job a lot, but we have to shut up and cope with it,” said Arsene Wenger.

Meanwhile, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has made a shocking statement about his club. He admits that Man City don’t have the history of big clubs in Europe.

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“We don’t have history like Manchester united”-Pep

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Pep Guardiola

“Tactics are so important because everybody has to know what they have to do on the pitch. The relationships and behaviours off the pitch between team-mates have to be as good as possible,” Guardiola said in an interview with NBC Sports.

“Everything is important: your life, your private life, your relationship with the media. And especially we are going to try to convince this amazing club that they are good. They are good. And the fans as well; the fans have to believe they are good, the club are good, the players are good.”

“We don’t have the history, the shirt of Barcelona, Madrid, Juventus, Bayern Munich or Manchester United, their titles.”

Pep said “To be in Europe – we have to try over the next decade to be there every year. That is the most important for the club, more than winning one title, believe me.”

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

Manchester City and Arsenal managers have both expressed their concern about the performances of their respective teams in the festive period.

 

“I think the disadvantage [of a day less rest] is too big”-Wenger

Arsène Wenger

On Tuesday night, Arsenal played Bournemouth at Dean Court and the match ended in a thrilling 3-3 draw. After conceding three goals in the first half, the Gunners made an exciting comeback in the match when Sanchez, Perez and Giroud scored three in the second half. Arsenal is currently fourth in the Premier League table with 8 points behind table-toppers Chelsea.

Arsene Wenger said that his side had to play two games in two days and the busy schedule handed over a disadvantage to Gunners.

“They [Bournemouth] deserve a lot of credit, but I think the disadvantage [of a day less rest] is too big,” Wenger told Sky Sports.

“When you play against a team that has over three days recovery and you played on Sunday, late afternoon, it’s too big a handicap at the start.”

“And they are a good side, a good team. They played at a tremendous pace and they looked always dangerous, committed. That’s why the game was difficult.”

Top 10 Hottest Transfer Rumours This Season

“We had three or four players we had to play tonight that we had to wait until the warm-up to see if they could play,” Wenger told a press conference.

“This complicates the job a lot, but we have to shut up and cope with it,” said Arsene Wenger.

Meanwhile, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has made a shocking statement about his club. He admits that Man City don’t have the history of big clubs in Europe.

Arsenal signing Serie A midfielder for Cazorla replacement

 

“We don’t have history like Manchester united”-Pep

Pep Guardiola

“Tactics are so important because everybody has to know what they have to do on the pitch. The relationships and behaviours off the pitch between team-mates have to be as good as possible,” Guardiola said in an interview with NBC Sports.

“Everything is important: your life, your private life, your relationship with the media. And especially we are going to try to convince this amazing club that they are good. They are good. And the fans as well; the fans have to believe they are good, the club are good, the players are good.”

“We don’t have the history, the shirt of Barcelona, Madrid, Juventus, Bayern Munich or Manchester United, their titles.”

Pep said “To be in Europe – we have to try over the next decade to be there every year. That is the most important for the club, more than winning one title, believe me.”

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

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Manchester City and Arsenal managers have both expressed their concern about the performances of their respective teams in the festive period.

 

“I think the disadvantage [of a day less rest] is too big”-Wenger

Arsène Wenger

On Tuesday night, Arsenal played Bournemouth at Dean Court and the match ended in a thrilling 3-3 draw. After conceding three goals in the first half, the Gunners made an exciting comeback in the match when Sanchez, Perez and Giroud scored three in the second half. Arsenal is currently fourth in the Premier League table with 8 points behind table-toppers Chelsea.

Arsene Wenger said that his side had to play two games in two days and the busy schedule handed over a disadvantage to Gunners.

“They [Bournemouth] deserve a lot of credit, but I think the disadvantage [of a day less rest] is too big,” Wenger told Sky Sports.

“When you play against a team that has over three days recovery and you played on Sunday, late afternoon, it’s too big a handicap at the start.”

“And they are a good side, a good team. They played at a tremendous pace and they looked always dangerous, committed. That’s why the game was difficult.”

Top 10 Hottest Transfer Rumours This Season

“We had three or four players we had to play tonight that we had to wait until the warm-up to see if they could play,” Wenger told a press conference.

“This complicates the job a lot, but we have to shut up and cope with it,” said Arsene Wenger.

Meanwhile, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has made a shocking statement about his club. He admits that Man City don’t have the history of big clubs in Europe.

Arsenal signing Serie A midfielder for Cazorla replacement

 

“We don’t have history like Manchester united”-Pep

Pep Guardiola

“Tactics are so important because everybody has to know what they have to do on the pitch. The relationships and behaviours off the pitch between team-mates have to be as good as possible,” Guardiola said in an interview with NBC Sports.

“Everything is important: your life, your private life, your relationship with the media. And especially we are going to try to convince this amazing club that they are good. They are good. And the fans as well; the fans have to believe they are good, the club are good, the players are good.”

“We don’t have the history, the shirt of Barcelona, Madrid, Juventus, Bayern Munich or Manchester United, their titles.”

Pep said “To be in Europe – we have to try over the next decade to be there every year. That is the most important for the club, more than winning one title, believe me.”

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

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