Manchester City will play their first Champions League final this Saturday, as they are set to face Chelsea.
Ahead of the final head coach Pep Guardiola talked about the team news and described having to leave players out of the starting eleven as being an “absolute disaster.”
When asked about having to leave players out of the starting side, Guardiola said that it is; “Terrible. It’s an absolute disaster. I advise you don’t be a manager in your life. I don’t have any nice words to feel relief about the guys who won’t play.
“But my advice is to stick with the team, there are five or six substations and everybody has a chance. Everyone will be a part. I feel incredibly sorry for them but it is what it is. The selection I will do is to win the game.”
City could win their third trophy this season tonight after Carabao Cup and the Premier League title, and the first Champions League title in their history.
Source- Sports Ilustrated