Guardiola told to apologise to Man City players after losing Champions League final
Manchester Metropolis supervisor, Pep Guardiola, has been informed to apologize to each member of his squad after shedding the Champions League ultimate to Chelsea.
Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder, Jamie O’Hara, has stated Guardiola displayed “vanity” in his crew choice for the sport in Porto.
Metropolis misplaced 1-0 of their first European ultimate, because of Kai Havertz’s forty second minute strike.
Guardiola, who has been lauded for evolving Metropolis’s type this season, was accused of overcomplicating his choice on the massive stage by pundits and supporters alike.
“I couldn’t believe what I was watching.
“It’s one of many worst performances I’ve seen from Manchester Metropolis in a very long time. Bottle jobs. And an absolute catastrophe of a crew choice from Pep Guardiola.
“I can’t imagine he bought it so mistaken in such an enormous second.
“Chelsea had been good, they had been strong, they had been organised. They were all over Man Metropolis within the first-half. They’d their quantity.
“Guardiola bought it so mistaken with the crew choice with no holding midfielder. If Timo Werner may shoot, it could have been 3-0 at half-time. They had been throughout them.
“I couldn’t imagine what I used to be watching. It was a shame from Pep Guardiola,” O’Hara informed TalkSPORT.