Liverpool fans have taken to Twitter to have their say on Pep Guardiola’s post-match press conference outburst.
The Spaniard was asked if he was receiving separate payments from the club’s Abu Dhabi owners after Manchester City’s 6-0 FA Cup final win over Watford after leaks suggested that Roberto Mancini had received such payments during his time as manager of the Citizens.
Chelsea fans were giving it large at Anfield on Sunday. Watch their afternoon get slowly ruined in the video below…
Guardiola’s rant comes days after it was reported that City could be banned from competing in Europe due to Financial Fair Play breaches.
Liverpool fans have shared their opinions on the matter seeing as City were the team to deny them a maiden Premier League title this year by a single point, so if they have done so by cheating, it would massively infuriate the Reds supporters.
The mini-rivalry between City and Liverpool has enhanced this season as a result of the pair’s battle for success, with one City fan even bursting into the press box after full-time to make a bizarre rant about what news will make the back pages.
Let’s see what the Liverpool supporters on Twitter have been saying about the situation…
— James Pearce (@JamesPearceEcho) May 19, 2019
His response looks as if he is guilty of the situation..
— Bobby Alianho (@AlianhoBobby) May 19, 2019
Pep is so insecure it hurts.
— Tim Sleppy (@timsleppy) May 19, 2019
Corrupt from top to bottom @ManCity
— Hairdresser on fire (@FentonDarren) May 19, 2019
His shame more like. Completely exposed.
— TheRedAaron (@TheRedAaron) May 19, 2019
The truth always rattles the cage
— Dean Dixon (@deandxn015) May 19, 2019
His response was so telling it’s unreal. Saying they should talk about the treble but asking if it was a fair treble is absolutely valid. PR fella then banned the journo I believe. Just stinks of guilt
— . (@Uncustomaryy) May 19, 2019
Rotten to the core
— Andy H (@Andrew280964) May 19, 2019
He didn’t answer the question though did he. Might as well have said “I’m not going to dignify that with an answer.” That’s a yes.
— Daley (@daley_1990) May 19, 2019