“I felt just like when we beat the sextet in Barcelona”: Guardiola | Video

José Guardiolatécnico Cidade de Manchester confessed on Tuesday that after recently winning the Club World Cup, it felt “like when we won the ‘Sextet’ in Barcelona”, referring to the year 2009, in which he won the Copa del Rey, the League , the Champions League, the Spanish Super Cup, the European Super Cup and even the FIFA “Mundialito”.

“This is a business where you get recognition when you win,” Guardiola said at a press conference on the eve of his team’s match against Everton FC at Goodison Park on Day 19 of the Premier League.

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“If you don’t win, you are nothing, zero; and what you did is in the past,” he noted.

No matter how much you win, others want you to fail. More than ever. I felt like we won the “Sextet” in Barcelona.

It’s normal that they don’t want us to win. What we have achieved in these 14 or 15 years, all titles, is incredible.

Pep led a team that won the 2023 Premier League title, the FA Cup, the Champions League, the European Super Cup and the recent Club World Cup in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia).

“People say: ‘They play so well, what a genius he is…’.” But they only give us credit because we won. “Looking further than that is not necessary,” said the Citizens coach, who finally achieved this on December 22 at the Club World Cup with a 4-0 defeat against Fluminense.

In this sense, Guardiola emphasized that the Jeddah tournament contributed to this “incredible training” and also to strengthening “team spirit”. “The moment you don’t win, “you will doubt absolutely everything.” warned about this.

“But that’s the good thing. In order. Let them doubt again, we will see what happens, he added. “I’ve said this before, when we played incredibly well against each other, Crystal Palace, Liverpool and Tottenham, but we didn’t win,” said Dispute.

This is real proof that they don’t care how we play. If we play at the best level, comparable to the last eight years, and we don’t win, it will be a “disaster” and a “crisis”. Of course we have bad moments, like against Aston Villa. But what’s the problem?

Others can play better, so we have to accept that and move on. The reality is we are happy, but they are waiting for us around the corner.”

(With information from Europa Press)

Source: La Neta Neta