johnny crossan wrote:
Beefymcfc wrote:As for the media, and their take, it was always going to be a stick to beat us with. We have beat them at every turn and the FFP situation turned them so bitter that they can’t give us any credit whatsoever now, and to have a chance of trying to segregate us from the club, of which Pep is the front, is high on the agenda. The fact that some fans will go to the media and voice this probably says where some of our fanbase is at the moment.
and Guardiola repeatedly feeds the parasite media and City hating trolls with prime cuts - enough said.
His pre -match press conference now doing the rounds.
Guardiola makes Liverpool claim
After angering Manchester City supporters this week by asking more fans to turn out at the Etihad Stadium for the team's clash with Southampton in the Premier League on Saturday, Pep Guardiola referenced Liverpool in his response to the criticism.
Guardiola was asked about his comments at his press conference on Friday after City Official Supporters Club general secretary Kevin Parker told the manager to "stick to coaching" and he namechecked the Reds in a response, suggesting the Premier League champions want to forge their own identity.
"This is a big mistake. We are who we are. We are proud of who we are. I know our history," he said. "I have learned that they [Man City fans] were in the lower divisions and fans travelled to watch them. I don't want to be like United, Liverpool, Bayern, Barcelona, Madrid."
*Please make it all stop ffs.