The tension continues to build to a much anticipated Manchester Derby clash Tonight.
If anything is to be expected, it’d be quite an aggressive game. Ankle snapping and knee kicking aren’t an exception.
Guardiola is however confident United would be less a problem, with the manager citing the clubs progressive growth in the past few years.
“One of the reasons why this club has grown over the last decade is that the team does not fear going to play at Old Trafford, before it was more difficult, while now, thanks to the qualitative growth of the City, the challenges are more balanced, in the three seasons since I came here we have done better than them, but it’s not all about beating United, there is the title at stake. It will be a derby and, like all derbies, it will be an exciting match.
“Solskjaer? I fully understand his position: it takes time, in this role we feel alone. It happens to all coaches.”