Man City boss Pep Guardiola revealed that last season was one of the best of his career despite losing the Champions League final to Chelsea. Man City cantered to the Premier League title as well as the Carabao Cup and reached the semi-finals of the FA Cup. The club are desperate for a Champions League but Guardiola insists it does not take the shine away from a successful season on the domestic front.
“It was unbelievable, great, an exceptional season,” Man City boss Pep Guardiola said. “We were disappointed to lose the final, of course, but after one or two days when you are calmer, you can say, ‘Wow’ and how good it was. It was an exceptional season, one of the best I have lived in my life, by far. We won two titles, arrived in the final of the Champions League, the semi-final of the FA Cup. It was really good for many reasons.”
“Yesterday I congratulated the team – it was the first time we were all together – for what we have done last season. It will be in our memories forever,” he added. “Every season since I arrived five years ago I have had the feeling every season is tougher, it is stronger, better teams. Every season when you begin it is a new challenge. We celebrated our title. Now it is in our cabinet, in our memories and we start again.”
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