City are currently facing charges of breaching financial rules between 2009 and 2018 and the team could face a range of penalties if found guilty. Which also has a trend of forfeiting the Premier League title six times as well
However, the Spaniard disagrees with this, pointing out that the club’s success cannot be erase by those who set the rules.
“Those moments belong to us regardless of judgment,” said Pep. “Aguero’s goal [in 2012], Steven Gerrard’s slip at Anfield [in 2012]. 2014), is it our fault?”
“The Premier League will decide. But I know the effort we put in What we win and how we do it If something happened in 2009 or 2010, it wouldn’t change for a second. We have lived these moments together for many years.”
So, yes, Guardiola believes in this, in his club’s declarations of innocence. He believes the rules have been constructed by English football’s traditional elite to keep City out of the golden circle.
And he believes his club has gatecrashed the party regardless whilst remaining the right side of the parameters constructed first by UEFA and then by the Premier League.