FOLLOWING a pathetic 5-1 aggregate defeat at the hands of Liverpool, Manchester City ‘manager’ Pep Guardiola has firmly cemented his reputation as the worst manager in the history of football, according to some football experts.
Guardiola, whose win rate now stands at a dreadful 0.00004% after his 74th defeat in a row, is reportedly awaiting a call from his superiors to inform him of his sacking.
The former Barcelona water carrier, whose playing career was nothing special, is rumoured to be in the frame for the West Brom job but other sources well-placed withing the relegation bound club are said to only be interviewing proper football men who know how to defend.
Guardiola’s City team, which was assembled at a cost of £987 prutillion (a cost so expensive scientists had to invent a new number during the summer’s transfer window), face playing football in the National League North after being relegated 5 divisions after yesterday’s defeat.
Further embarrassment was heaped on Guardiola after he was stripped of every trophy he has won as a manager after football experts pointed out he once managed a team with Lionel Messi in it.
Tactically naive, Guardiola changed his formation at half-time against Liverpool, becoming the first idiot ever to try something like that.