Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Pep Guardiola doesn't like Manchester, likes Arsenal

Despite Manchester United's best attempts to woo Pep Guardiola back from his backpacking trip around Cambodia a simple case of geography may decide his future, and specifically that he doesn't like Manchester.

Pep is rumoured to prefer a move to London as his seemingly inevitable switch to England looms ever nearer, even though Manchester United seem intent on replacing Alex Ferguson with him.  United are unlikely to relocate even though most of their fan base is actually in London and so this leaves the ex Barcelona star with a couple of clubs to choose from.  Both called Arsenal.

The Spaniard is clearly a very cultured man and often offers players philosophies and new life strategies  instead of actual tactics and game plans, and this would suit the gunners because like most philosophy students, they don't actually ever get anything done.

He's basically like one of these expensive restaurants that offers 'food solutions' and sure the food is nice and the atmosphere is pleasant, but you could achieve the same result by having a cheese burger.  And it's cheaper as well.  You could afford about 5 cheeseburgers.  And then spend the rest of the money on beer and gin.

  I don't feel well