FC Barcelona players also shined as they entered the Montjuïc Olympic Stadium in casual clothes before their 5-0 win over Antwerp at the end of September. But citizens in Switzerland were in a different category. Not so, Pep Guardiola: he has traditionally opted for a sober layer: a tight dark jacket with a turtleneck and an equally dark jacket on top. The players were a different story: all wearing the same strange jacket with light blue jeans and a white shirt underneath.
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When the British company TNT, which holds the rights, enlarged the image, it also became clear that the woolen clothes were of a personal nature. In addition to the light blue Manchester City badge on the sleeves, each player’s name and number appear on the back. And in the TNT studio, former Chelsea and England player Joe Cole was clear in his assessment. “Unacceptable. The ‘handler’ (boss or coach, editor) gets off the bus first and looks great. But then he looks back and sees something like this… Sorry guys, I don’t care how many threes you win, but it’s not really possible.” “Terrible. I can’t really say anything else but that.”
Fellow analyst and former Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott also thought it was a poor success. “I have my doubts. But even Jack Grealish doesn’t really like that, well…”
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