Sunday Oliseh rubbishes claims Guardiola has failed as Man City manager

Sunday Oliseh rubbishes claims Guardiola has failed as Man City manager

Sunday Oliseh is of the opinion Pep Guardiola is not a failure, insisting that the Spanish boss is one of the best managers in the world.

The Manchester City boss has currently lost their grip on the Premier League leaders Liverpool.

Guardiola's side are third on the table with 44 points from 21 games this season but are 14 points behind Jurgen Klopp's side.

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Despite the outcome of his team's performance this season, former Super Eagles boss Oliseh took to his social media handle to analyze Guardiola's achievement over the years.

Oliseh wrote: “How dare anyone associate the word ‘failure’ to arguably the greatest, most ‘titled’ and delightful to watch coach of the past 100 years is shameful.

“You are judged as a coach by your winning ratio and how you improve players individually and as a team, nothing else! Heads up Pep.”

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Guardiola recently admitted he has always failed despite winning six trophies in his first season with Barcelona in 2009.

“I have failed year after year since I won six trophies in my first season at Barcelona,” he was quoted as saying by Marca.

“After achieving that, I have failed year after year.

“It is something that I accept, I have no problem with it.”

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Pep Guardiola has conceded the fact that he will return to his homeland Barcelona to coach again with two years left on Manchester City deal.

The 48-year-old began his coaching career at the Camp Nou where he won six trophies in his first season in charge of the senior side.

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