Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola said that “it makes no sense to play without an audience” after the decision taken in Spain to play behind closed doors the next two days of the League in First and Second Division, and stressed that fans are his ” Reason to be”.
“In Spain they will play the next two weeks behind closed doors and I think it will also happen here. In Spain the trend rises in the same way as it did before in Italy. Of course, we also have to ask ourselves if it is not worse to play football without spectators. They are our reason for being, we, “Guardiola said at a press conference.
The technician of the ‘citizens’ believes that they should make another decision so that the followers could enjoy their equipment. “We do our job for them. If people can’t come to the stadium, there is no point in playing,” he explained.
“We will follow what they tell us, but I would not like to play without audiences either in the Champions League (against Real Madrid), or in the Premier League. We will follow the instructions of the Government, everyone is involved in this,” concluded the coach from Santpedor.