Sir Sir_Didier_Drogba;3166863 said:Exactly. If anything Guardiola has underachieved considering what he had at his disposal. I mean, he's not really a proper manager, just an ex-Player that's been given the job on account of his association with the club - a bit like when Newcastle made Alan Shearer manager, who in relative terms was about as successful as Guardiola. A proper top manager like Mourinho or Mancini would make such a huge difference. Maybe Capello when he become available after the Euros?
He said he was gonna play Pinto cuz he deserve it, but I would like to see Valdes in the return leg.ShiftyPowers;3168582 said:I'm sure he realizes it, but he cares more about the long term than the possible short term benefits risking a major injury would provide.