Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola has come out to say that he is still not thinking about next season yet despite exiting the FA Cup vs the Gunners.
He recently revealed that he still has the UCL competition to worry about and his boys will give everything to win it.
According to him, once the season is completely over, he’ll begin to think about what has to be done to take the club back to the level they once were.
He added that City was very sloppy in the first half vs Arsenal and that they led to their exit from the competition.
His words, “I am not thinking about next season,”
“We had two titles to fight for and we lost one.
“We have another one and once we have finished, we are going to think about what we have to do for the team.”
“What these players have done is incredible. But we lost an FA Cup semi-final. You have to play 90 minutes, but we played just 45 minutes.
“In the first half, everything was sloppy, it was not the right rhythm for this kind of game, to reach a final.
“The question is how many chances we had and how many they had. Possession is part of it, but it’s not everything. It’s how many chances you create through the possession.
“When you play in that way, always they can use the counter-attack. How many counter-attacks was not the problem. It was maybe one or two actions. It was not about tactics.”
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