Arsenal coach, Mikel Arteta has beaten the likes of Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola to claim Barclays Manager of the Month for September 2021. The former Manchester City assistant manager was under serious criticism after losing his first three-match in the 2021-22 Premier League season. Arteta wins his first manager of the month award after a wonderful run in September, winning all three games.
Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola are two great coaches who have found the way to rule the European football. There have been numerous debate on who is better among these two. Photo credit: Getty Images Pep Guardiola without doubt has set some incredible coaching career records since his time at Barcelona, and football lovers won't stop talking about him.
The Manchester based club were unable to get all the maximum three points as they played out a 2-2 draw against Liverpool in a crunch encounter between both clubs. The English Premier League giants Manchester City were far from their usual best but they managed to get a single point at Anfield Stadium.
Manchester City continued their Champions League campaign with an emphatic victory over Club Brugge at the Jan Breydel Stadium. Clement and his boys were totally outclassed by Pep Guardiola. Note that Manchester City scored 5 beautiful goals, while Club Brugge got a consolation goal. Photo Credit: Manchester City Players VS Club Brugge || Twitter
Manchester United is vying for a major trophy this season after finishing the previous campaign without a major trophy to their name. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been criticized for his poor management skills, which have resulted in some of his best players scoring less goals than expected under his guidance.
Liverpool versus Manchester City is one of those fixtures that is going to get the pulse racing. The modern-day rivalry between these two sensational football teams is now the jewel in the Premier League crown - some are already calling it the England version of 'El Clasico'. Jurgen Klopp will test his tactical nous against Pep Guardiola who has been one of his favorite opponents, however, I am backing Pep to get the best of him this time around for a couple of reasons.
In the previous decade, many managers have spent a significant amount of money on transfers. While some of these transfers go smoothly, others are a financial disaster, and the managers are frequently chastised for spending so much money on them. Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho, for example, have spent a lot of money but have also had a lot of success at different clubs in the last ten years and should be on this list.
According to Dailymail.co.uk, Manchester City's winger wants to leave the club if he continues to struggle for consistent games. The forward, who is three goals away from reaching a century of career league goals, is hoping to force his way back into Guardiola’s plans.
Laporta made a statement that he is proud that Koeman remains the coach of Barcelona and he said that he discussed it with Xavi because he is a friend, the same way he talks to Guardiola. These are the reasons why Barcelona fans should be angry about what Laporta said.
The arrival of Romelu Lukaku was meant to increase the Chelsea's return in terms of goals and winning matches. So it proved to be, as the Belgian got his Chelsea return to a flying start. He scored four goals in his first four appearances for the Blues, and they seem to have gotten over their attacking struggles.
SOURCES: The Atletic.com, SoccerStories One of the most complicated relationship in world football history was that of Pep Guardiola and Yaya Toure. Every one knows both individuals have never been in good terms although they never talked about it when they were together. It was later on that Most of the reasons for their sour relationship was revealed.
Phil Foden may have admired James Milner as a Manchester City supporter growing up, but when the two met at Anfield, he showed no mercy. Milner smiled in relief at full-time, having watched the final 15 minutes from the bench rather than being tasked with stopping the practically unstoppable.
Before the international break, Manchester City drew 2-2 with Liverpool in the Premier League, and they host Burnley this weekend. City are now third in the league standings as a result of the draw, and given how bad Burnley has been this season, Pep Guardiola's side should easily take up all three points.
The English Premier League club giants Manchester City was hosted by Paris Saint-Germain at Le Parc des Princes stadium in Group A table match fixtures of the UEFA Champions and the clash ended in a 2-0 victory for the home side. In this article, I will be talking about the PSG's best player in the match and a mistake the English Premier League club's Spanish made that led to their first UCL defeat of the season.
Mikel Arteta's days as Arsenal manager were numbered on the eve of the new Premier League season, according to the vast majority of fans and analysts. As the Gunners' static possession and failing defense pushed their manager to the edge, he was viewed as excessively dogmatic in his methods.
Marco Verratti says he was pleased to hear Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola congratulate him and that he intends to stay at PSG for the remainder of his career. Verratti wowed Guardiola when PSG defeated City 2-0 in the Champions League in late September, prompting him to declare himself a Verratti fan ""I'm in love" with the midfielder, who also adds, "He's great."
Pep Guardiola has been speaking to the press ahead of Manchester City’s Premier League fixture with Burnley this weekend. Here is what he had to say. On Raheem Sterling’s comments “I didn’t know it. I didn’t think the club knew.
As Liverpool prepares to meet the reigning Premier League winners tomorrow, Jurgen Klopp praised Manchester City as the "greatest team in Europe." Liverpool is the only team in the Premier League to remain unbeaten after six games, and they haven't lost in 16 league games, putting them a point clear at the top.
After an embarrassing loss against Liverpool, where Manchester United succumbed to a heavy defeat at Old Trafford in the hands of the Merseyside club 5-0, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has come out to make these three statements as the pressure mounts on him further. 1. He responded to Jamie Carragher's comment, after the ex-Liverpool player asked that Ole be sacked as he lacks the experience like Tuchel, Klopp or Guardiola to win trophies for the Red Devils.
Raheem Sterling is considering his options at this time. The Manchester City striker has fallen through the pecking order this year under Pep Guardiola, and he is the latest City player to appear willing to leave the club. The English international has been an important player for Guardiola for much of his time in Manchester, but 2021 has seen him have to settle for a more peripheral role, and he has only started two games so far this season.