Pep Guardiola claims he will not be able to replicate his success with a team without the caliber of Manchester City.
With 29 trophies under his managerial belt, Pep Guardiola stands the tallest among all the other coaches as the best of the lot.
The Spaniard has managed to amass a whopping 198 points in his last two campaigns with Manchester City in the Premier League. And he won the league titles on both occasions.
With completing a domestic treble with Bayern Munich and winning the sextuple with Barcelona, Guardiola has tasted unparalleled success wherever he has set his foot.
The Man City boss, however, believes that his exploits is not a statement of his brilliance. Rather, they are a testament to the fact that he has always had world-class players at his disposal.
“I never felt I was the best, never in my life,” Guardiola told Sky Sports.
“When I won six titles in a row at Barcelona, and won trebles, I never felt that. I won because I had extraordinary players in the big clubs.
“There are incredible managers, they don’t have these players, they don’t have these big clubs. Give me a team that is not like Manchester City, I am not going to win.”
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