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Pep claims his current Manchester City team is the “worst” side he has managed.

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Manchester City are on the verge of winning a quadruple this season, with a strong display against Borussia Mönchengladbach proofing their class. However, Man City boss Pep Guardiola thinks the contrary. According to the manager, the current city team is the worst he has managed due to its lack of trophies.

For the past three seasons, City have managed to grab a trophy in each of them. With the Carabao final slated for 25 April coming just around, City have a chance to change their manager’s notion with a triumph over Mourinho’s Tottenham.


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Pep said:

“Right now it is worst that the previous ones because they won a lot and this team this year hasn’t won anything.
“We are evaluated by the results, for the success, for the titles we can lift – especially from outside. The previous Man City won and this team still has to prove it.”

Manchester City currently are 14 points clear at the top of the Premier League table. Recently, the club has found itself in a quadruple discussion with their Ukrainian defender Oleksandr Zinchenko talking about this possibility.

He said:

“We have an unbelievable squad, the best players in the world and definitely, why not?
“Inside the dressing room I can see the hungry eyes. Everyone is so hungry for the titles and that is what you want.”

Pep however downplayed the Ukrainian quadruple optimism by terming it as “utopia”.


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