Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has hit out at Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp’s complaints about the schedule, suggesting that if he’s not satisfied, go to another league, such as the Maldives. league
Pep Guardiola says any manager who can’t stand the heat should leave the Premier League kitchen, and whoever can’t cope with the tight schedule should sit down. Under a coconut tree and managing a team in the Maldives would be better!
The Manchester City manager was in a cheering mood when asked about Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp’s groan over his side’s league game against Newcastle to kick. Off at 12:30pm on Saturday, less than three days away from their last Champions League semi-final match against Villarreal, next season will have a rule banning teams from playing at 12:30pm. Saturday’s if they play on Wednesday night before. And that led to the Reds’ complaint against the Premier. The league is about this happening this season.
The fact that Liverpool had a shorter period between the first and second legs of the Champions League semi-finals also upset Klopp, although Manchester City faced a similar situation in the preceding round. Runner At that time, in the span of six days, they faced Liverpool twice, while also facing Atletico Madrid in the second leg during that period. Guardiola then reiterated the phrase he repeated often about, The TV station will decide this. And the sound the manager said wouldn’t make any difference. then suggested that Any manager who doesn’t like that should go to work in more comfortable climates, assuming that if an easier life is needed, sit amongst the coconut palms in the Indian Ocean.
“I’ve always sympathized with Liverpool’s concerns,” he said with a smile when asked about Klopp’s complaints. “How many times have we talked about what happened to us and I said I didn’t want to talk about it? Nothing will change.” “It won’t change because TV stations are thinking about what they need to do to get more viewers. It’s not about what the players want or what the UFABET team wants . I’m going home and it’s not Manchester City manager, I’m going to another league in the Maldives, the Maldives league and play one game a week, sitting under a coconut palm. it will be perfect But it’s not like that.”
“We played in Madrid against Atletico. And three days later we play at Wembley in the FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool. But they play on Sunday. Do you think they think about that? No, because on the following Tuesday Liverpool v Manchester United, everyone has their own business to protect. we have to adjust If they say they play on Saturday we will play on saturday If you say play on Tuesday We’ll be playing Tuesday, Thursday? We will play on Thursday. What do they want? No problem.”
“You play at 12:30, sorry Liverpool. of course i understand But what can I say? We are not the problem solvers. Sir Alex Ferguson is the most important icon in English football history. And he complained about it when he was a teenager.” “Nothing will change, so don’t ask me these questions. Stop asking your manager about these questions. Go to the Premier League, TV station and asked the reason why” “as a team manager We want the best for our players.” “We focus on the players. Worried about the players and their recovery to complete three or four tournaments? Don’t ask me these questions again because it’s a waste of time. because nothing will change.”