Pep Guardiola reveals the team he would love to manage

Pep Guardiola reveals the team he would love to manage

Pep Guardiola reveals the team he would love to manage

The 46-year-old, a former Spain international, enjoyed trophy-laden spells in charge of Barcelona and Bayern Munich before arriving in England.

Chelsea simply have no reliable backup.

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"The win is the most important thing", Guardiola said. Last December, a 3-1 home defeat set the decline of City's title bid in motion while Chelsea's 2-1 win in April put Antonio Conte's team into the final straight. "In the second half we were much better so big congratulations for the victory and especially the way we played". Guardiola also had attacking cover on the bench; Bernardo Silva and Yaya Toure are both capable of playing in advanced positions. There might be times when the loss of Aguero will hurt, but if they can cope so easily without their star striker against a side like Chelsea, it will take a very good team to stop them.

Chelsea's over-reliance on Morata, meanwhile, is striking.

There's no wonder he's happy at Manchester City. The nightmare scenario for United and Spurs is the loss of their star man.

"I'm so happy for him because I know how happy he is". Llorente is a proven goal scorer at the highest level, but not in the same prolific sense as Kane, and the veteran Spaniard still has to settle at the club.

They also embarrassed title rivals Liverpool 5-0 a few weeks ago and look like the team to beat this season.

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