Guardiola says he feels sorry for Chelsea; Here is his full statement after the club was taken from Abramovich

Guardiola says he feels sorry for Chelsea; Here is his full statement after the club was taken from Abramovich.

Manchester City Manager Pep Guardiola has broken the silence after the news today about Chelsea being taken from the Russian former owner Abramovich, he has expressed his sympathy for the club citing that he feels sorry for the Coach Thomas Tuchel and also the Chelsea ‘players as they go through this hard time.

He although did not want to be drawn to any of the impacts the new development may have on the club.

Here is what Guardiola said;

“I don’t have an opinion sorry. I saw headlines but I don’t know exactly what happened. Give me a few more days to understand exactly what has happened.

“I don’t know what is going to happen. It’s an uncomfortable position for the players and for Thomas Tuchel. I feel sorry for them because they are there to do their jobs.”

“We are the face of the club, we are here every few days. You have to understand there are subjects we don’t know and don’t have an hour lesson to speak and talk about.

“I prefer – when I don’t have a knowledgeable opinion on a subject – to wait because I don’t want to say something uncomfortable for that club.

“I can talk about my club, more than comfortable. Last week I couldn’t talk about United, I’m not there. Same with Chelsea.

“The position for Chelsea manager and players, I don’t know what’s going to happen. I prefer when I don’t have knowledge, wait and this is what I have to do. I don’t want to say anything uncomfortable for Chelsea or our club.”

“It looks like we have to know absolutely everything. We are human beings. I don’t know.

“I talk about Ukraine. This situation, why he’s banned, I don’t know the reason why. I don’t know, maybe next press conference I have a clearer opinion, speak with my CEO to see the exact reason why.” 

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