‘Shocked’ Guardiola ‘desperation’ → ‘Looks like he’s already left his heart’ I’m sorry
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola made a ‘bomb declaration’ on the 6th.
It was shortly after the announcement of a토토사이트 Premier League investigation that the Manchester City club had violated the Fair Finance Rule (FFP) in a total of 115 cases over the past nine years. Manchester City broke the rules by not disclosing accurate financial information.
After receiving the shocking news, Guardiola claimed he would leave the club “if the president of the club lies about breaking the rules”, British media reported.
After the media reports, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola was caught on camera for the first time. However, he is watching the training with a devastated expression, as if he has really lost his mind, so it can be assumed that he is suffering from severe mental distress.
According to The Sun, which reported a photo released by Getty Images, Guardiola appears to be tired of Manchester City training.
Looking at the picture, Guardiola seems to be sitting on the ice box used for training, thinking hard about something. Or maybe it’s like he’s just sitting idly by, letting go of his mind.
Guardiola, who really made the bombshell statement of “I will quit the coaching job,” seems to have already left his mind and only his body remains at the training ground.
Guardiola summoned and trained the squad on the 7th ahead of the match against Aston Villa on Sunday.
Of course, it is because of the shock of losing 0-1 in the game against Tottenham held at dawn on the 6th, but rather than that, it seems to be more tired due to anxiety about the future of the club.
Manchester City, meanwhile, are being sued by the Premier League for a total of 115 rule violations. The Premier League’s conclusion is that Manchester City did not abide by the rules of the European Football Federation (UEFA) on club licenses between 2013 and 2018 and violated the rules on revenue from 2015 to 2018.
In the future, Man City will have to wage a fierce battle over the violation of the rules presented by the Premier League in an independent committee.
If the commission finds you guilty. Manchester City could face penalties that could include transfer bans, point deductions, spending limits, title stripping and even expulsion from the Premier League.