Manchester City: Can Anyone Stop Pep Guardiola’s Blue Army?


Manchester City won their fifth Premier League title in six years over the weekend thanks to Pep Guardiola’s title-winning tactics.

Manchester City: Can Anyone Stop Pep Guardiola's Blue Army?

The winning is not only astonishing but the manner in which they won the league after sneaking up from behind to win the league in style.

City under Pep have been tremendous and every rivals are tasked with a sense of dread and seeking for ways to Pep Guardiola’s champions.

Manchester City were crowned Premier League champions after Nottingham Forest beat Arsenal 1-0 on Saturday at City Ground.

It will be very funny for any City rival looking for indications that Pep’s men are going to lose their insatiable drive for success.

City’s aim to maintain their supremacy is not dwindling as it is showing that they are in for all successes therein.

Manchester City are the first team to win the Premier League three seasons in a row since Manchester United did it in 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons.

Pep Guardiola led City are only on the verge of completing a treble just like Manchester United did in 1999 where they won the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League.

Guardiola’s genius has assembled a dynasty that will always grow and develop over the period of time.

This City team is one of the best teams assembled in recent time by one of the greatest managerial figures in the history of the game.

The club was initially charged by Premier League with more than 100 breaches of its financial rules between 2009-2018 early this year, but they denied any financial wrongdoings whatsoever.

The Etihad Outfit in a club statement said that they: “look forward to this matter being put to rest once and for all”.

Manchester City: Can Anyone Stop Pep Guardiola's Blue Army?

Next season will see a battle of teams wanting to win the Premier League but Manchester City will always be picked as strong favorites to win the title again.

As the summer transfer window will be opened after the season comes to a close, teams will be looking to reinforce to try and knock this footballing juggernaut off course.

Manchester City Pressure: Who Can Survive It?

City’s unrelenting ability to apply much pressure and break through opponents strongest hold has become the Citizyns’ signature.

City also managed a 24-game unbeaten streak that helped them secure the title and set up an FA Cup final against Manchester United at Wembley.

They are also set to face Inter Milan in the Champions League final in Istanbul in what will be their second European final under Guardiola.

A draw can deplete their emotions like a loss because of their history of psychological hold on their rivals, such as Liverpool (last three seasons) and Arsenal this season.

Liverpool resurged under Pep Guardiola but has only won one title which was the Reds’ first in 30 years which was regarded as a golden Anfield renaissance.

Jurgen Klopp’s men twice lost out by one point on the final day to a ravaging City side who came from 2-0 down to beat Aston Villa on the final day last term.

Arsenal were chased this season, lost twice to City and being worn down and overtaken with a growing sense of inevitability by City.

Pep Guardiola And City: A Team To Beat

It is still very unclear if any team aside from Pep Guardiola’s City will be celebrating winning the Premier League next season.

Pep’s side will not also sit there and wait for City rivals to catch up without making plans to ensure he snuffs those rivals out.

Manchester City might experience changes with Aymeric Laporte and captain Ilkay Gundogan having their futures in doubt, but Guardiola quest for success will likely see him make room for their replacement perfectly.

Manchester City: Can Anyone Stop Pep Guardiola's Blue Army?

Jude Bellingham is on his way to Real Madrid but City might hijack the transfer while reports have it that they are keen on bringing Josko Gvardio to the Etihad Stadium.

Pep Guardiola still intends to make his City side stronger and Chelsea’s Mateo Kovacic is another potential signing the Spanish tactician is considering.


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