Regardless of what his team accomplishes in the Champions League, according to Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, his team will be seen as having failed due of his prior success in the event.
Guardiola made his comments prior to Wednesday’s opening leg of a Champions League match against RB Leipzig, a league that the Spaniard has failed to win since 2011.
Guardiola twice won the Champions League with Barcelona, but his teams against Bayern Munich and now City were not as successful.
He told reporters, “This is my feeling; I get the impression that whatever happens, what we have all been doing for many years will fail.
“I’m going to fail at everything I try to achieve personally in the future because of what I’ve done in the past.
Nothing will be Sufficient.
After leaving Barcelona, Guardiola has reached the Champions League final once, but Chelsea won that match by a score of 1-0.
“I would be more than grateful for what I have accomplished at Barcelona, Bayern Munich, and here in Europe if my career ended tomorrow due to my inability to manage any longer.
“I adore it, not just for the success we had as a team, but also for the manner we played. I am at a loss for words. We want to give it our all.
“It will happen if it is going to happen. In the end, our fate has already been determined.”