I Won’t Change My Style To Win Premier League Title – Guardiola - 4 years ago

Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, has insisted he will not change his style to win the Premier League title. The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss, has struggled in his first season in England and find his team in fourth place, only three points ahead of Arsenal. Guardiola will also end the season trophyless for the first time in his managerial career. Earlier this week Sky Sports pundit, Gary Neville, questioned if the Spaniard will be able to win the league with a less physical team. “The only power I have is that the team will play the way I want to play,” Guardiola said. “I would like to be a physical strong team with fast and good headers but the team is going to play the way I want to. Gary Neville played in England, he didn’t play in another country so he can’t compare. I am not talking about for example in Germany [saying] the people are not physical, or another country … Atlético Madrid [in Spain], I am not saying they are not physical. It’s quite similar. “They play more often here and contact is more allowed – that is the only difference I have found. The game is 11 v 11, football is one ball and what quality you have. The more mentally strong you are the more chance you have to win the games.”

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