Man City boss Pep Guardiola called out Tottenham Hotspur chairman, Daniel Levy, whilst defending his club against the latest Premier League charges in a fiery press conference.
It seems as if those within City are also reportedly as confident as the Spanish tactician came across about their innocence when it comes to the alleged 100+ financial breaches since the 2009/2010 to the 2017/2018 season.
However, it was surprising to hear that when quizzed about whether other clubs in the Premier League drove the charges, Pep Guardiola decided to namecheck Daniel Levy.
Pep Guardiola namechecks Daniel Levy in fiery press conference
In his new press-match conference ahead of the upcoming battle Aston, Pep Guardiola was unafraid to call out Daniel Levy, when addressing his take on other clubs played a role in the recent charges, saying [via MEN, in a video shared by Football Daily], “Yes, of course. It’s the Premier League [charges]. You’ll have to go to all the CEOs, the Daniel Levy’s, all these kinds of people and ask them. Have a press conference and ask them.”
Ultimately, one remains unaware of how the Englishman exactly emerged as an influencing factor in this recent mess that City find themselves in. But it was telling that Guardiola mentioned Tottenham Hostpur as one of the 9 English sides that tried to ensure that they were disallowed to play in Europe for 2 seasons during their previous run-in with the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Ultimately, Pep Guardiola usually stays rather diplomatic in a press conference, which begs the question about what Daniel Leavy did exactly, as many have their own theory on why the great man did what he did.