Pep Guardiola, manager of Manchester City in the English Premier League, is said to be the greatest manager of all time. It is an evaluation of the British line. He is better than Sir Alex Ferguson of Manchester United or Jose Mourinho, who made his mark as an excellent tactician at Chelsea, Real Madrid and Manchester United.
Manchester City announced the signing of Pep Guardiola in the summer of 2016. Guardiola transferred to Manchester City from Bayern Munich headquarters in Germany.
Guardiola’s clear eyes,메이저사이트 tactical awareness, drive, passion, and excellent leadership to bring out the best in all players are overwhelming other managers.
Now Guardiola’s Manchester City are on the verge of a Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup treble. At least it looks like he can land his 31st win.
Guardiola, who conquered the Champions League in his first season in charge of Barcelona, became the youngest manager ever to win the Champions League. Since then, he has won 30 major trophies, leading prestigious teams such as Spain, Germany and England for 14 years.
Of course, I was also lucky. Some criticize that Guardiola’s team was made possible because there were numerous stars such as Lionel Messi, Xavi, Henry, Lewandowski, Aguero, De Bruyne, and Elling Holland.
Guardiola has yet to win the Premier League as much as Sir Alex Ferguson. Sir Ferguson has won 13 trophies with Manchester United. Guardiola only four times.
The Sun still rated Guardiola as the greatest manager of all time. What makes him a great manager is that his teams, whether they win or not, have one thing in common: they do not simply beat their opponents, but overwhelm them.
Last Wednesday Manchester City beat leaders Arsenal 3-1. The goal scored by Haaland, the protagonist of the last goal, is said to be the 995th goal scored by Guardiola after taking charge of Man City. It is said that he may break through 1,000 goals against Fulham on the 1st.
The analysis of the media is that it is because of the various tactics that Guardiola can overwhelm the opponent team. Kevin De Bruyne explained that Guardiola had a variety of tactics to counter Arsenal’s man-marking.