Manchester City is on the right track to winning their second Premier League title in a row under the guidance of Spaniard manager Pep Guardiola, who has a successful track record since joining the club from Barcelona in 2012.
The same way Manchester United has struggled to replace Alex Ferguson, it is possible that Manchester City will have a difficult time replacing Guardiola when his time at the club comes to an end. The managers who have taken over for Guardiola have all been disappointing. And Pep Guardiola has picked a manager who might take over at the Etihad Stadium and operate in the same manner that he is currently doing at the club.
According to Guardiola, Brighton manager Graham Potter possesses all of the necessary qualities to succeed him at City. Guardiola admitted that he like the Brighton game under Graham, despite the fact that the team is of poor quality. During the previous three seasons, Brighton has battled for Premier League survival, and this season is their most promising as they attempt to attain the heights demanded by their supporters.
As for us, we will just have to wait and see if they can finish in the top ten, which would be a fantastic achievement for Brighton's manager this season.
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