Pep Guardiola promises to control his emotions after touchline ban

Pep Guardiola knows he needs to conduct himself on the touchline after ban.

The City manager was seen in the stands watching his side get rattled by Wolves at Molineux Stadium.

Pep was forced to watch the game from the directors’ box after accumulating three yellow cards already this season.

The Spaniard was booked in the games against Burnley, Nottingham Forest and Newcastle collecting three cards in just six games.

Eight bookings will automatically trigger a two-match suspension and there will be an automatic yellow card if there is ever more than one coach in the technical area.

“It’s worse that players don’t play than [for] me,” Guardiola said.

“It’s not a big issue. When I was a player at Barcelona I was the least physical player ever but maybe I was one of the most booked players in Barcelona, because I always talk and talk [at the officials]. Now as a manager it is the same. I say something if I think it’s an injustice or something I don’t like … I have to control it.

“I’d love to get no cards, I’d like to control [myself] – I will try to do it – but I cannot assure you 100% that I will.”


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