Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has admitted he needs more time to turn things around after hitting the longest winless streak of his decorated managerial career. The Spaniard is facing a lot of pressure after having not won 6 games in a row.
Prior to joining City, Guardiola had never gone more than five matches without a victory during his stints at Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
Speaking ahead of his side’s trip to West Bromich Albion on Saturday, the former Bayern coach who took over from Manuel Pellegrini in the summer affirmed that he is still trying to adapt to English game.
“Many things have changed in the last six games. In the beginning we were winning and now we’re not. But, we are fighting, like we were in the beginning. I need time to learn, improve…I am still in that process. “Maybe this situation will make us stronger for the future. I’m pretty sure of that. For the next period, not just this season but the next season as well. Maybe we will learn from that and be stronger.” He said.