Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has ‘secret Twitter account’ to monitor what is being said

city ​​of Manchester Manager Pep Guardiola has a ‘secret Twitter account’ to monitor what is being said about him and his team, according to reports.

In his post-match interview following City’s emphatic 5-0 victory over Newcastle on Sunday, the Spaniard couldn’t resist a provocation at Premier League title rivals Liverpool.

“Everyone in this country supports Liverpool, the media and everyone, of course, because Liverpool have an incredible history in European competitions,” he said.

Image credit: beiN Sports
Image credit: beiN Sports

It didn’t stop there either. Guardiola stated in the interview with beIN Sports that “the people” want Jurgen Klopp’s team to win the league more than Manchester City.

“People want Liverpool to earn more than us. It’s not a problem. It’s normal,” he added. “Maybe they have more fans around the world and in England maybe more Liverpool fans than we do.”

At his post-match press conference minutes later, the former Barcelona manager responded to a reporter who said he must have been “ecstatic” by their performance against Newcastle after suffering Champions League defeat on Wednesday. -market.

“Do you have any doubts?” he laughed. “Yes, you are a Liverpool fan, come on…”

The reporter then responded by saying that he was a Manchester United fan. “I’m sorry,” Guardiola smiled.

Pep’s actions certainly got people talking. How does he know that “everybody” in the country wants Liverpool to win the league?

Well, in a report by The Athletic following City’s win over Newcastle, the Spaniard is suggested to have a ‘underground Twitter account’ to keep track of what is being said.

Image credit: Alamy
Image credit: Alamy

The 33-year-old, who regularly engages with fans on the Twitch platform, was watching clips from his career when he began to vent.

“Guys, you don’t know what it’s like in England,” he explained. “In England, everyone, every journalist, every TV channel, everyone is a Manchester United fan. Everyone!”

Aguero did not mention any names or publications, but he seemed stubborn in his opinion.

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