Wednesday, 23 December 2020

Arsenal board will be making a big mistake - Pep Guardiola

Arsenal board will be making a big mistake - Pep Guardiola

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has forewarned Arsenal board not to make a big mistake of not backing Mikel Arteta even as things get tougher for his former assistant.

It was another disappointing night for Arsenal in the Carabao cup yesterday as they lost to Manchester City at home.

Though both teams rested some numbers of key players, Pep Guardiola side was the better side as they went ahead just three minutes into the  game through Gabriel Jesus.

Lacazette however equalized for Arsenal but his effort wasn't enough as Manchester City added a second, third and fourth to send Arsenal out of the competition.

Speaking with BBC in support of Mikel Arteta after the game, Pep Guardiola encouraged Arsenal to fully back Mikel Arteta and that they will be foolish if they are already thinking of sacking the club legend.

‘They will do a huge, big mistake if they… I’m pretty sure they are going to trust him,’ Guardiola said

‘I understand for the analysts, analyse the results. But I was with him many years and I know his incredible quality as a human being and especially as a manager, how he is involved in everything. It’s just a question of time and he will do well.

‘I’m not on the board. For me, they will do a big mistake if they are thinking… They give him the confidence, they won two titles when for a long time ago it didn’t happen at this club. In this pandemic situation, with injury problems they have and the games they played always they played good.

‘But unfortunately, these games is our job and it depends on the results. But football changes in one week so quick.

‘I can speak about my experience alongside him, one of the most incredible successful teams in English history we had and he was part of this success and it would not be possible without him, and to create something like this you need time like I had in my first season.’

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