Hart: I’ve definitely lost with Guardiola
Former Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart admits he has no chance of surviving at Etihad Stadium.
The England goalkeeper was dumped from The Citizens squad, as he was deemed to have no matching criteria, with the ideal goalkeeping figure desired by coach Pep Guardiola.
He then went on loan in Torino, and this season, again underwent a loan at West Ham United. Even so, Hart admits that he is now more mature, and can accept the decision taken by the coach.
“When I was 22 years old, things like this made me a lot more angry, than what I’m showing now. I do not know how I can handle or face things like this. ”
“Now, when things like this happen, I’m always ready to fight. Fair battle will be good for me, if I lose, then I will definitely shake hands with my opponent.
“But I realized that if I did not get a chance to fight fairly, so I tried to find opportunities for other clubs.”
“Disappointed or upset will not provide any benefit to me. There will only be one winner, and the winner will surely be the man who has been given enormous responsibility by Manchester City. ”
“He has a lot of power, and City have struggled to persuade him to become their manager. He must be able to make decisions, and that’s what he did to me. “