Pep Guardiola sympathizes with Ten Hag.

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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola played the role of a good person before the Manchester derby match. When he expressed his sympathy for rival coach Erik ten Hag and other former head coaches. Which are not controlled continuously Partly because the high standards of Sir Alex Ferguson’s Golden Age were difficult to meet.

‘Fergie’ is the legendary manager of the most successful team in the United Kingdom. Managing United between Nov. 1986 – May 2013, winning 13 English Premier League titles, 5 FA Cups, 4 League Cup, 10 Community Shield, 2 Champions League, 1 Cup Winners Cup, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 1 Intercontinental Cup and 1 FIFA Club World Cup  ทางเข้า UFABET 

Create a golden era in which football is fun to play coupled with success. Until it becomes a bad habit for the ‘Red Devils’ to become addicted to success. 

It turned out that every successive manager since the Scottish great washed his hands in a basin of gold. No one got what they wanted. After David Moyes, Ryan Giggs, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho, Ole Gunnar Solskjær, Michael Carrick, Ralph Rangnick. Or the current Ten Haak himself was cursed with morning and evening curses.

For this reason.

The 53-year-old coach feels fond of the ‘Red Devils’ coach who is expected to win the English Premier League. Which has been absent for the 11th year because things like this require time to develop. 

“When you manage a big club The fight is to be the winner,” Pep Guardiola said before the duel against United (3 March) at the Etihad Stadium. 

“It is never easy for Manchester United, whoever is taking the job, when you are compared to Sir Alex Ferguson’s long and successful tenure. 

“Dealing with such matters is not easy. Sometimes I understand that.”

“To become a big club They used to have more patience with their own team managers. But nowadays, whoever comes has pressure. But I don’t know what the reason is. When I wasn’t at that point.” 

Sky Bet, a legal English gambling house, has opened the odds for Ten Haag as the #4 favorite to step down next, rated 6/1 (bet 1, pay 6, not including capital), the same as Chris Weil. Der who manages the team that escapes Sheffield United or Moyes of West Ham 

The lower paid ones include Mauricio Pochettino / Chelsea (5/1), no change in head coach (11/4) and Vincent Kompany / Bern . Crowley (7/4)