The job is done’ – Pep Guardiola opens up on Man City Champions League triumph

On Saturday night, the manager of Manchester City was able to reclaim the Champions League title.

Pep Guardiola declares that his work at Manchester City is done, acknowledging that “the job is done” after winning the Champions League and the Treble.


The Blues manager emphasized that he will “disconnect” from football over the summer but will focus again when the moment is perfect before preparing for the 2023–24 campaign. After coming so close in 2021, the Champions League was the last title missing from City’s trophy case.

Guardiola has received criticism for City’s failings in the top competition in Europe, and the manager frequently played that criticism ironically as he brushed off the idea that European greatness was the cause of his problems at City.

In November, the Catalan coach signed a new contract agreement that would keep him with the team until 2025 and provide him the opportunity to bring the Champions League back to the Etihad Stadium. Guardiola compares his accomplishment at City to Lionel Messi’s World Cup victory in December and claims that his mission there is now complete.

I believe the job is finished,” Guardiola said to Ole. Leo Messi is a player that I don’t want to compare to, but there is a picture of him from the World Cup saying, “That’s it, that’s it.”

No? Well, I have to be aware of our presence at this club. The five Premier League titles we’ve already won have significance because to this Champions League.

However, it is also true that we need to return home, unplug somewhat, and knowing all of us, we will re-plug in when our adrenaline levels rise.

Manchester City has won the Triple Crown!

After defeating Inter Milan in the Champions League final in Istanbul, Pep Guardiola’s incredible Blues were named Kings of Europe.

They won the FA Cup by defeating rivals United in the first all-Manchester final, capping off a remarkable season that saw them win the Premier League title for the third time in a row.

In addition, the Manchester Evening News has created a spectacular souvenir edition, documenting the Blues’ road to history, to commemorate what has been a record-breaking campaign to remember.

Mission Accomplished, an essential overview of the season, comprises interviews, player features, analysis, a look back at the important matches, celebratory images, and a Champions League winners poster.

It is the ideal way to commemorate what has been for the Blues an incredible season.

In his seven seasons at City, Guardiola has won 14 trophies, including two FA Cups, four League Cups, and two Community Shields.

With the Community Shield, UEFA Super Cup, and FIFA Club World Cup to contend with, he will have the opportunity to add up to seven teams the following season.

The Premier League, FA Cup, and UEFA Champions League Triple Crown is the pinnacle of football success, and you can get your hands on the one and only official memento of Manchester City’s historic 2022–23 season, which is jam-packed with incredible images, match reports, and emotion. Every match, every famous goal, and every trophy lift are documented, allowing fans to relive the emotion at Wembley and in Istanbul as Pep Guardiola’s team won the UEFA Champions League for the first time.


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