Pep Guardiola admits Manchester City owners will not be happy with their season.
Manuel Pellegrini was sacked despite winning the Capital One Cup and reaching the Champions League semi-finals and Guardiola accepts owner Sheikh Mansour and chairman Khaldoon Al-Mubarak expect more.
“I think they will not be happy,” said the City boss. “The expectation of the club is as high as possible, winning titles. And we are not able. We are not happy, I can completely understand.
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“And we could have done better in terms of the results and even in the way we played because we wanted to be in the race for the title and in the Champions League until the end.
“Despite the fact that I’m happy with what we’ve done, it’s still not enough.
“But they have to decide. They are my bosses. The chairman and the owner have to decide whatever they want.”