Premier League: Guardiola says it’s tough to win four titles, unlike Mourinho and Wenger

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It is impossible to win the Premier League four times in a row, according to Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola.

Guardiola mentioned Jose Mourinho of Chelsea, Arsene Wenger of Arsenal, and Sir Alex Ferguson of Manchester United as coaches who failed to accomplish the task.

City are just two league games away from ending the curse.

To keep the title, the winners need to win both their games against Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday and West Ham on Saturday.

This will be the first time in English football history that a team has accomplished it.

We weren’t thinking about the four Premier Leagues at the start of the season.

It will set off a chain reaction in all of our minds that says, “Hey, no team has ever done it before,” so long as we are in the same place in February, March, or April. That is indicative of the difficulty.

If it hasn’t been done before, it will be tough; examples include Sir Alex Ferguson’s United in the 1990s, Chelsea under Jose Mourinho and Roman Abramovich, and Arsenal under Arsene Wenger. Guardiola stated during a press conference on Monday that it is that easy.

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