Guardiola: It is a “dream come true” to manage in England

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 01: Josep Guardiola, Manager of Manchester City gives his team instructions during the Carabao Cup Fourth Round match between Manchester City and Fulham at Etihad Stadium on November 1, 2018 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)

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.”

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“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.”