Manchester City’s boss Pep Guardiola has lash out his disappointment on FA over their choice of PFA player award in the last three seasons in the premier league.
The Manchester City boss who guided his team to back to back premier league titles in 2018 and 2019 believes that his players should have been given the individual honor for making history in the league and hinted that his Manchester City side are consistently overlooked when it comes to the game’s individual prizes.
Before the 2019/2020 PFA player awards was announced, Guardiola however played down the chances of one of his players being presented with the award, even when one of his player was also nominated for the honor during his discussion of Liverpool’s dominance with BBC Radio Manchester.
Guardiola said: ” No, no, it will be won by a Liverpool player. when we won the Premier league, it was won by a Liverpool player.
“so this award is always for Liverpool.”