Man City's Kevin De Bruyne to Pep Guardiola: 'You're a s**t coach, you only win'

Kevin De Bruyne celebrating Man City's title win

Manchester City's title win this season will go down as one of the greatest in Premier League history.

Pep Guardiola's side pipped a seemingly unstoppable Liverpool team to the crown by just a single point, winning their last 14 games of the season.

The fact Jurgen Klopp's side lost just once all campaign highlights the ridiculous standards produced by the pair throughout the season.

City's 98-point haul means they have amassed 198 in the last two campaigns.

Raheem Sterling, Sergio Aguero and Bernardo Silva were unplayable going forward, while Aymeric Laporte and Ederson were rocks at the back.

And what made their dominance even more impressive was the fact they managed to do it without their 2017/18 Player of the Year, Kevin De Bruyne.

The Belgian featured in just 19 of City's Premier League games and struggled to build any momentum due to persistent injuries.

But it seems De Bruyne preserved his sense of humour throughout the campaign, because he produced some golden analysis of Guardiola's latest managerial feat.

De Bruyne celebrates City's win vs Brighton

A video of City celebrating the title has done the rounds on social media and it shows De Bruyne saying to his boss: "You're a s**t coach, you only win."

Skip to 1:33 in the video below.


Not tempted to call him a 'bald fraud', Kev?

Guardiola's record as a manager is quite frightening, with the Spaniard earning 906 points out of a possible 1,104 during his 10-year career at the top.

He's dominated domestically with Barcelona, Bayern Munich and City, but he will want to further prove himself in Europe in the years to come.

Guardiola celebrates with the trophy

Guardiola only has two Champions League trophies to his name - 2009 and 2011 with Barcelona - and for a coach of his ilk, that is arguably not good enough.

He'll be hoping City aren't expelled from the competition next season, which we reported on HERE.

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