Roy Keane claims Pep Guardiola is the BEST manager in the Premier League
“I would never bet against Man City… I learned my lesson from last year”: Roy Keane chooses Pep Guardiola ahead of Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel as BEST Premier League manager
- Pep Guardiola has enjoyed great success since joining Manchester City in 2016
- He has won three league titles and City top the table after 18 games
- Roy Keane has chosen Pep Guardiola as Premier League top manager
- He chose the Spaniard over Pep Guardiola and Thomas Tuchel
Manchester United legend Roy Keane has chosen Pep Guardiola as his pick for the best manager in the Premier League.
The Manchester City manager has enjoyed great success since joining the club in 2016, winning three Premier League titles, four Carabao Cups and the FA Cup on one occasion.
City are now at the top of the table after 18 games this season, in what promises to be a fierce title battle alongside Liverpool and Chelsea.
Roy Keane has chosen Pep Guardiola as the best Premier League manager
Despite other top managers in the league, including Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel, Keane chose Guardiola as “the man”.
“I remember we did a game last year, I didn’t write off Man City but I think I said they lost their mojo,” he said on Sky’s Driving Home for Christmas. Bet.
“And then they won the league and it was like child’s play for them.
Keane says he’s ‘learned his lesson’ and ‘would never bet against Man City now’
“Obviously I know they worked hard but they won it and United finished second but United we are never going to catch them, I would never bet against Man City now I just learned my lesson from Last year .
“It doesn’t necessarily mean Liverpool or Chelsea can’t get them to the title, but I think Pep is the man, I look at all the managers, I think Pep is the man.”
When another Sky Sports expert, Micah Richards, asked him if he thought Guardiola was the best, Keane replied, “I think so.
Keane chose Guardiola over rival bosses Thomas Tuchel (left) and Jurgen Klopp (right)
“People say he has the best players but you always have to manage them, you always have to find a style of play and if you pick a team to watch it will be Manchester City, right.”
If City retained the league this season, Guardiola would rise to second on the list of out of four Premier League title-winning managers.
Currently, he is tied with Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho who have won three at Arsenal and Chelsea respectively.
He is still a long way behind Sir Alex Ferguson who won 13 league titles in his 27 years at Old Trafford.
Guardiola has won three Premier League titles since joining Manchester City in 2016