Guardiola Speaks Of Happiness Living In Manchester After Mourinho Reveals Hotel Loneliness
Last week, Manchester United manager José Mourinho spoke of living a lonely life in a Manchester hotel while his wife and children remain in London.
There appears to be no such issues for City boss Pep Guardiola who revealed his happiness at moving to the north west before his side's 4-0 thumping of West Bromwich Albion on Saturday.
The Catalan manager also told how well his family are settling into the city, saying:
"In general, my kids are so happy in school, my wife as well. I'm here and I work very well. I feel support, and the people try to take care of me. I'm happy, I'm so happy."
Guardiola revealed how City's recent six-game winless streak led to some unhappiness off the field but Saturday's emphatic win at the Hawthorns seems to have put pay to that:
"In the last period, I am not as happy as before, because we did not win. Our life depends on the results. A little bit away, the way you live day by day because you are more worried about what you have to do to improve the team.
City supporters will be hoping that Pep will be just as content following Tuesday's daunting Champions League visit of his former club FC Barcelona.
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