Pep admits Manchester City won’t be number one forever before fighting Manchester United.

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Pep Guardiola admits success doesn’t last forever. And he admits he cannot guarantee that city rivals Manchester United will not overtake Manchester City while he is in charge.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe, new co-owner of Manchester United recently pledged. He and Ineos are working to topple Manchester City and Liverpool in the next three years.

There is currently a wide gap, with Erik ten Hag’s side traveling to the Etihad Stadium on Sunday 15 points behind in the Premier League. And he finds himself at risk of missing out on next season’s Champions League quota ทางเข้า UFABET 

But speaking ahead of the Manchester derby, Guardiola didn’t belittle United. Saying the team is as incredible as many critics think. And believe that success is cyclical.

“The 80s were Liverpool, the 90s were United and now we’ve won the Premier League seven times out of the last 11 or 12 years.”Pep Guardiola said.

“It’s happened in 50 or 60 years. There’s never been a country where one team has been so successful.”

“We will strive to extend these as much as possible over the next several years.”

“I would say that at a big club You have to win and win, not just at United.”

“You have to win. It’s not easy for United to come off the incredible success they had with Sir Alex (Ferguson) and that’s not easy. I can understand it.”

“In the past in England Big clubs are more tolerant. But nowadays everyone is under a lot of pressure.”