Pep ‘Fraudiola’ is Being Savagely Trolled After Man City’s Champions League Exit

Pep ‘Fraudiola’ is Being Savagely Trolled After Man City’s Champions League Exit

Manchester City were eliminated from the Champions League this evening and just about every non-City fan in the country is sticking the boot into Pep Guardiola.

After losing 3-0 to Liverpool in the first-leg of the Champions League quarter-final last week, a comeback seemed unlikely, but given City are one of the most expensive teams ever assembled, if anybody could do it it was them, right?

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Well, when Gabriel Jesus scored after just two minutes, it looked doable, but second-half goals from Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino ensured Jurgen Klopp’s side a safe passage into the last-four.

The result means Pep hasn’t won the Champions League in three attempts with Bayern Munich and two with City, and even his predecessor Manuel Pellegrini managed to reach the semi-finals in his last season at the Etihad.

They’ll win the Premier League, but tonight will be a sore one for Pep and City to take:

Does he really deserve all of the criticism he’s taking? What do you think?

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