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Guardiola: ‘I never betrayed Man.City’

22 Jan 2022 | 16:32 | Football

Guardiola: 'I never betrayed Man.City'

Coach Pep Guardiola insists he will not think about any other job while still managing Man.City, a club that has given him everything it takes to succeed.

Guardiola , who turned 51 earlier this week, has been at the Etihad Stadium for five-and-a-half years, and his current contract expires in the summer of 2023. There has been speculation he could find Looking for a new challenge is to take on a job in the national team, but no matter what the future decision is, the Spaniard will only give it after he has officially left Man.City.

“I will not think about the future while I have a contract,” insisted Guardiola. “I’m not one to stand on this mountain and look at the mountain. I have enough time in this career to be aware of the results on the field to decide everything. That’s why I don’t care about the future even in the future. any moment more than that, i feel protected here i feel good, i feel comfortable because the club has given me everything i love working with these squads i hope they like it too work with me. That’s all for now. At the end of the season, we’ll see what happens.”

Guardiola has won 10 domestic titles and helped Man.City become the dominant team in English football. The coach emphasized the importance of good relations with Chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak, CEO Ferran Soriano and Director of Football Txiki Begiristain. So when the next time comes to review the contract, he will certainly sit down with them to consult.

“The decision will be taken by the club,” added Guardiola. “They’ve given me everything so I can’t betray them, or even make them feel that I’ve done something wrong with them. We’ve made decisions together in the past, in the past. Twice I extended my contract here, and now too. It depends on how they feel about me and how I feel about the club.”

Man.City is the club that Guardiola has been with the longest in his managerial career, which is also the reason why Man.City fans are worried about the possible farewell date. But the former coach of Bayern Munich and Barcelona insisted: “I feel good and comfortable now. When I feel no energy, exhausted or tired, I am sure that I will leave the job. But for now, I’m feeling good The squad has some players that can improve, I see things I don’t like… So we will continue to work together because I believe we can play even stronger. “.