Man City: Pep Guardiola Named Premier League ‘Manager Of The Month’ For Record Third Time On The Bounce (Photo)

Chris Wright

15th, December 2017

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Photo: Man City

After Man City took four victories from four and set a new Premier League record for a single-season winning streak in the process, it probably comes as little surprise to learn that Pep Guardiola has been named Manager of the Month for November.

Guardiola’s team beat Arsenal, Leicester, Huddersfield and Southampton to maintain their flawless run throughout the month, with their manager duly picking up his third consecutive Manager of the Month award on the back of it – the second ever Premier League coach to do so (after Antonio Conte).

Indeed, it was a doubly joyous day for City, who also saw prodigious young midfielder Phil Foden named PL2 Player of the Month for his sterling progress as part of the club’s Under-23 side.

Elsewhere, Everton striker Wayne Rooney took the Goal of the Month plaudits for his super-duper mega-humper against West Ham last week…

Hard to argue with that one, really. That connection and trajectory gets sweeter every time you watch it.

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  1. Bruno says:

    I had my doubts about him in England, I completely dislike him and I think he’s not very good in signing players. Plus, he needs the very best players in order to play that way. He’s not a guy that can win something with an average team like some managers out there. He lacks the ability to make average players to perform well (Sir Alex won Premier Leagues with Darron Gibson, Wes Brown, O’Shea, etc, as regular starters). Guardiola could never do that.

    BUT… with a fantastic squad to work with, he’s the best. I’ve got to admit that. I hate to say that but I am now convinced that he’s the best around. I mean, if you give a great team to any manager today and the same great team to Guardiola, he would win by far.


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