Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has admitted that coming to England is a “dream come true” as he was honoured by the Football Writers’ Association.
Guardiola who is still basking in a fresh 6-1 victory over Southampton, was awarded for his side’s Premier League title last season and while speaking at the ceremony in Manchester, he said:
“I’m fortunate to be here in your country, in England,” according Sports Mole.
“It’s incredible, it was a dream from a little boy for a young manager to come here to your country and be a manager here.”
“It’s a dream come true.”
“I know people say we have a lot of money, that’s true, but despite of that it’s incredible the people I’m working with and I’m a lucky guy to be here”
Last season, City won 32 of their 38 games, scoring a record 106 goals to grab a record 100 points.”
“I want to share, of course, this award with the whole Manchester City family because I know it’s a real family.
“Thank you so much to make me feel at home in your country here and in Manchester.”
Pointing to his outfit, he added:
“Everyone is so elegant with a suit and tie and I came here with…”
“I am a little bit embarrassed, I’m a disaster.”
“I didn’t expect how important this event was.”