Manchester City lags far enough in the hunt for the Premier League title this season from the top standings, Liverpool. It is even believed that the Marseyside team will not stumble until the end of the season, so this situation has led to speculation of the dismissal of Guardiola from the Manchester City manager’s chair at the end of the season. Related to this, the club legend, Vincent Kompany continues to support Guardiola.
Kompany himself just left Manchester City since the summer of 2019 yesterday, he decided to return to Anderlecht to work as a coach and player for the club. After Kompany died, City looked saggy in the Premier League this season. They are 14 points behind Liverpool at the top of the standings.
Glancing at the fact that Liverpool still has one more game to play, many people already believe that the Marseyside team will be champions at the end of the season. If so, that means Manchester City failed to defend the title, and coach Pep Guardiola is believed to be kicked out of the manager’s chair. This speculation has continued to be heard over the past few weeks.
However, Vincent Kompany himself considers that there is no manager who is more suitable than Pep Guardiola to coach Citizen.
“They have Pep and no matter what, Pep is the right person for City. You can’t say you’re done with City. Now that City is not on top, it is unfortunate, but there is so much to look forward to. “When you see how they perform in cup competitions and the Champions League is still a big target for the club, there is no reason to be disappointed about the season at this stage,” Kompany told Sky Sports News.
Manchester City itself has just won a landslide victory over Aston Villa 6-1, a landslide victory makes them rise to position 2, but the distance from Liverpool is still the same. Kompany also asked his former colleagues to remain calm.
“Keep calm. It’s an experienced team and they don’t need to prove anything to anyone. They have done it, they know what is needed. It’s not about a season, it’s about an era, a period of time.”