Man City is facing the risk of being banned from the European Cup for 2 consecutive seasons. However, the fate of this team will be very difficult to say in advance if Pep Guardiola’s teachers and students win the Champions […]
Man City is facing the risk of being banned from the European Cup for 2 consecutive seasons. However, the fate of this team will be very difficult to say in advance if Pep Guardiola’s teachers and students win the Champions League this year.
After the draw for the European Cup, in particular the Champions League , Man City have identified their match in the case of eliminating Real Madrid in the eighth round. Accordingly, the opponent of Man City in the quarterfinals if going forward will be the winner in the match between Juventus and Lyon.
Although the deeper the opponent will be more difficult, but Pep Guardiola’s teachers and students are very determined to make a miracle for English football , just like how Liverpool did last season. According to Man City captain Pep Guardiola, he really wants his students to “work hard to the bottom” to have a chance to win the Champions League this season.
With a 2-1 victory on the pitch of Real Madrid, City are full of hope to advance to the quarterfinals when they play the second leg of the Etihad home game on 7/8.
“I feel really motivated at the moment. We still have the FA Cup waiting and most importantly, going deep in the Champions League this year. I feel very excited for the upcoming journey. I think we will have 4 weeks to forget and it will be very difficult to enjoy this again”, said Pep Guardiola.
The Spanish strategist is waiting for City’s fate before the official decision on Man City’s appeal is announced (July 13).
“Of course we still have many opportunities to attend this tournament but the feeling now is very difficult to repeat. I think a big team like Man City will not miss opportunities like this. We will efforts to the end to take the throne in the most prestigious arena in Europe, “49-year-old military leader said.
With the situation facing the decision to ban the European Cup for 2 consecutive seasons, Man City will become a very special case if winning the Champions League this season. A champion of course will be entitled to this prestigious tournament this season. However, this scenario if it happens will become a headache problem for UEFA.
Will Europe’s most powerful authority be able to dismiss its honor to accept a penalty for a new king like Man City, or the Champions League next season will take place without the silhouette of the defending champion for the first time in the calendar history (in the case of the “Green Man” champion)?
All will still wait for the time to answer, but Pep Guardiola’s teachers and students will surely hold on to hope by “all-hands” on a gamble called Champions League this season.