Pep Guardiola has delivered a haul of silverware at Manchester City. Since taking charge at the Etihad, the Spanish coach has won the Premier League three times, the League Cup four times, and the FA Cup once, as well as hitting the 100-point mark in 2017/18.
Guardiola and his team have secured such honours while executing an all-encompassing brand of possession-based football; his players control proceedings from start to finish, with forwards playing in midfield while midfielders play in defence.
The bad news for City supporters is that one day, he will eventually leave the club. Much like Barcelona and Bayern Munich, the Manchester club will have to find a way of replacing him with a coach who can keep winning while building uponRead more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk