Manchester City director, Pep Guardiola, has been named League Managers Association (LMA) Premier League Manager of the Season, in front of Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp, Tottenham’s Mauricio Pochettino and Wolves’ Nuno Espirito Santo.
The 48-year-old has gotten the honor for the second year straight after he regulated City’s fruitful title tilt against Liverpool.
Guardiola’s men amassed a 98, the second-most astounding in Premier League, an absolute just beaten by City themselves the earlier year.
The previous Barcelona and Bayern Munich supervisor is only the third Premier League administrator to hold the title after Alex Ferguson and Jose Mourinho.
“It’s a respect to get this honor.
“I need to impart it to my players since they are the specialists of everything, to my staff since we battled a great deal [against] every one of the chiefs in the Premier League, particularly Jurgen Klopp, a fantastic contender to look till the end.
“It was a delight to play against every one of them and ideally do huge, enormous fights again to win a mind-boggling title,” Guardiola said in a pre-recorded video appeared at the LMA supper on Tuesday.