It is rather improbable to achieve everything, isn’t it? And in a tough atmosphere of bitter football to win all the trophies you feature in is almost an impossibility!
Manchester City are there to do the same we feel not to happen; which other teams can’t even think about and many are not capable too. But with City already in the quarter-finals of Champions League, Finals of FA Cup and edged over Liverpool in Premier League, have sure cut chances of achieving, not so achievable.
City’s semi-final win against Brighton brought them closer to the wave of possibility and glory. The 1-0 win against Brighton meant that City are only a step behind winning the FA Cup. The win for City also means a week added to their already hectic schedule.
“I am happy to be in the final,” said City boss Pep Guardiola after the win. “We extend our season by one more week and we are happy for that.”
The truth as we all know is that this humble man from Spain forgets the thing that he has made impossible things happen in the past and that is the reason we trust him more.
“It’s almost impossible to win the quadruple. Surviving is a miracle and it’s nice to be there,” he said after the FA Cup win. “My opinion is that nobody has done it so why can we do it? It is almost impossible to achieve everything – that is the truth.”
“We are losing players every game with tiredness or injuries but still we will try to do it. It’s incredible what these players have done so far, and we are going to try and win every game until the end.”
The FA CUP win may not be as big as upcoming Champions League tie against Tottenham Hotspur where we travel to London for our away fixture, and not to forget that we’ve already beaten them 1-0 in the Premier League away game, so our heads are held high; shoulders upright and confidence to the extreme. A treat of a fixture that it will be between two Champions English clubs, only to decide the fortunes and number of titles City will grind back home.
Certainly a semi-final entry into the Champions league will transcend our doubts on “Will City achieve everything”