Guardiola proposed to kick it back in the FA Cup

Man City coach Pep Guardiola sees dropping the FA Cup replayings as a solution for English football to reduce the current competitive density.

“League Cup and FA Cup will still take place, but we should skip the replay, and there are fewer teams from the First Division or Premier League,” Guardiola said January 24.

The manager of Man City has repeatedly expressed concern about the players having to play too much. And Guardiola continued to speak, ahead of the FA Cup match against Fulham on Sunday 25 January – the 37th match of Man City from the beginning of the season.

However, Guardiola also asserted that in any case, Man City will always follow the FA schedule. He said: “I always try to be honest and answer questions, but I don’t think about what the FA has to do to reduce the current harsh schedules, it’s not my job. to get our team better every day. When the FA decided they had to play these games, those matches, we complied. ”

Man City are competing on all four fronts this season, including the Champions League, FA Cup, League Cup and the Premier League. But the chances of Guardiola’s teachers and students defending the Premier League title are slimmer. After 24 rounds, they are 16 points less than the top of Liverpool – the team still has a match yet to play.

Liverpool lost just two points from the start of the season, and are believed to be able to break the championship record with 100 points set by City two years ago.

Man City used to set records when some people thought that the score record in the Premier League was impossible to break. Sooner or later.” Man City ‘s record will also be surpassed, this season, or later. History always shows that, “Guardiola said casually when talking about Liverpool’ s chances.