Manchester Metropolis manager, Pep Guardiola, has warned opponents Manchester United that they isn’t going to return to the glory days they enjoyed under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Guardiola used to be speaking forward of Sunday’s Derby at Broken-down Trafford.
The Spaniard led Metropolis to a historical Treble final season, matching Ferguson’s absolute most practical legacy.
At some level of Ferguson’s time at United, they received 13 Premier League titles and the Champions League twice.
Guardiola, who has received 5 out of the final six Premier League titles, used to be asked if success would ever return to the pink aspect of Manchester.
He answered: “Possibly not in the vogue that Sir Alex Ferguson controlled in those days on story of in that moment I be pleased there were absolute most practical two or three groups.
“Now there are extra clubs with a lot of improbable managers – so possibly not in that plot.”