Manchester City should sack manager Pep Guardiola, according to a man who started supporting the club in 2008.
26-year-old Ricky Gallagher took to X, formerly known as Twitter, last night after City’s 1-0 defeat against Aston Villa to demand the Spaniard be relieved of his duties.
‘Pep Out’, wrote Gallagher, immediately after the full-time whistle at Villa Park.
‘Fraudiola has taken us to fourth in the league.
‘Things have never been this bad.’
‘And I remember the dark days under Pellegrini when we’d only win the league and a domestic cup or two.
‘He should go now and take that one season wonder Haaland with him. He couldn’t score in a house of ill repute with Sheikh Mansour’s credit card’.
‘Honestly, if Pep’s still in charge for the Luton game, then that’s it. I’m going back to supporting Chelsea’.
Gallagher’s post was the subject of much ridicule with one Manchester United fan posting an image of City’s infamous 8-1 defeat against Middlesborough in the comments section.
‘Fake news. This is clearly a photoshop job’, responded Gallagher.
A City fan with the handle Danny_Tiatto_1880 tried to instill a sense of perspective in the thread with a comment reading:
‘I remember York away’.
‘No one cares about old United has-beens’, replied Gallagher.
Meanwhile, a defiant Guardiola came out swinging after last night’s defeat and vowed to get City’s season back on track.
‘We can fix this, no?’, the Spaniard told Paddy Power News.
‘I told the lads in that changing room we can still win the Treble. All it takes is a lot of hard work, a bit of togetherness and spending another £300m in the January transfer window’.
‘We just have to be careful we don’t spend too much because we wouldn’t want to breach any FFP rules, would we?’, he winked.
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