Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, has responded to Rio Ferdinand’s assertion that he (Pep) “made a monster” in Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal.
Guardiola employed Arteta as his assistant at City, but he was forced to quit after signing a contract to lead Arsenal in 2019.
After leading the Gunners to FA Cup victory, he joined Arsenal as head coach but later changed his title to manager. He has since assembled a talented group of young players.
After 13 games, they presently lead the Premier League standings by two points over Guardiola’s Manchester City.
“No way, not at all! Guardiola stated to BT Sport. He already was! That urge…
“Do you know why it’s a wonderful example of a club supporting their manager?
Since there weren’t any positive outcomes in the past, I recall hearing that Arteta needed to go.