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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola emphasized that the club’s success is not solely attributed to financial strength and dismissed claims that it’s become “boring.” He also criticized other Premier League giants for their failure to compete despite significant spending.

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Guardiola pointed out that City’s pursuit of a historic fourth successive English league title and potential domestic double in consecutive seasons is a testament to the team’s hard work and dedication, rather than just financial backing.

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Ahead of Tuesday’s match against Tottenham, Guardiola took a swipe at other big spenders such as Manchester United, Chelsea, and Arsenal, suggesting that their substantial investments should have translated into more silverware.

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He stated, “It’s not boring. It’s difficult. Before, it was about money. Manchester United, Chelsea, and Arsenal should have been winning all the titles based on their spending in recent years. They should be there. But they are not.”

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