Guardiola responds to Chelsea owner’s All-Star game talk as Joao Cancelo explains secret to Man City success
Guardiola responds to Todd Boehly’s All-Star game suggestion
Pep Guardiola was not in the mood to comment on the idea of a North vs South All-Star game between Premier League teams but did question when such a match could be squeezed into football’s bulging calendar.
Chelsea owner Todd Boehly caused a stir this week by questioning why the Premier League doesn’t host an All-Star game and suggested that English football could learn some things from American sports. “Ultimately I hope the Premier League takes a little bit of a lesson from American sports,” said Boehly. “And really starts to figure out, why don’t we do a tournament with the bottom four sports teams, why isn’t there an All-Star game? People are talking about more money for the pyramid, in the MLB All-Star game this year we made 200m dollars from a Monday and a Tuesday.
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Pep Guardiola’s response to Todd Boehly’s idea of an all-star north vs south Premier League match pic.twitter.com/tXVk5cKLPP
The suggestion has largely been met with ridicule and though Guardiola didn’t pass any thoughts on the concept he did admit he agreed with Jurgen Klopp when the Liverpool boss asked when such a game could be played.
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Cancelo explains ‘secret’ to success under Guardiola
Manchester City defender Joao Cancelo has uncovered the “secret” to his club’s prosperity under Kick Guardiola.
City have won four out of the last five Premier League titles, and Cancelo isn’t astonished at how fruitful the Blues have been. Guardiola showed up a long time back and has led the club’s new homegrown strength.
The Heroes League is the slippery award that City just can’t get their hands on, missing the mark in 2021 when they lost 1-0 in the last to Chelsea. Many individuals see Erling Haaland’s appearance as the last piece of the riddle that will see the club at long last make European progress.