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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has voiced his astonishment regarding criticism from former players aimed at current players.

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Guardiola expressed understanding when such critiques originate from journalists but expressed bewilderment as to why former players would take a prominent role in criticizing their successors.

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His comments came in response to recent criticism directed at Erling Haaland, who scored 36 goals in the previous Premier League season, by former Manchester United captain Roy Keane.

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Keane criticized Haaland for his limited impact during City’s 0-0 draw with Arsenal on Sunday, stating that the 23-year-old’s overall performance fell short of Premier League standards.

“I’m surprised when it comes from former players,” Guardiola stated during a press conference. “Journalists I understand, but former players, I’m surprised.

“It’s akin to former referees criticizing referees… memory fades quickly.”

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