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“Mourinho, Wenger, Ferguson couldn”t do it” — Guardiola



"Mourinho, Wenger, Ferguson couldn''t do it" -- Guardiola

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has been doing some talking ahead of the crucial tie versus Tottenham Hotspur this night. And as all narratives point at, the Etihad side stand a chance of doing what no other premier league club has done since the history of English football.

A win against Ange Postecoglou’s Spurs tonight will take Manchester City closer to winning a record breaking 4th consecutive premier league title that takes the Cityzens past the record set by Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United back during the peak days of the premier league.

This of course, Pep Guardiola points at, as the Spaniard though fascinating a chance to paint himself and his team in sky blue glory, faces the anxiety of falling at the last minute if his side fails to get the win against Tottenham Hotspur.

Speaking ahead of their penultimate match, the former Barcelona boss said;

“In the beginning of the season, we didn’t think about the four Premier Leagues. If we are in February, March, April and we are still there, we can still do it, after that ignites something In all our heads that says guys no team has done it. That shows you how hard it is,”

Guardiola goes on to say, the fact that no other side has done it, puts his team under the lights, with the Spaniard quoting the likes of Jose Mourinho, Sir Alex Ferguson, and Arsene Wenger;

“Liverpool in the 1980s, Sir Alex Ferguson’s United in the 1990s, Chelsea with [Roman] Abramovich and Jose [Mourinho] and Arsenal with [Arsene] Wenger didn’t do it, so if it’s not been done it’s difficult. It’s as simple as that.”