Price per Head: Guardiola wants Bayern to accept his ideology

Pep GuardiolaPep Guardiola warned Bayern Munich that the team will only succeed if they accept his ideology, and price per head services believe that the manager could be right.

Pay per head services were delighted to see that at the Allianz Arena, Guardiola enjoyed a great start to his career, as he led his side to the top of the Bundesliga, despite his squad suffering injuries during the campaign to the likes of Thiago Alcantara, Bastian Schweinsteiger, and Mario Gotze.

But price per head services know that the Spaniard is eager to stress that his side can improve their performances, and warned anyone who does not accept his ideology will find themselves as substitutes.

“I am convinced that we will get better when all the players are fit,” he told Bayern Magazine.

“But we will only fight for titles at the end of the season if every player in this excellent squad accepts my decisions. Otherwise we’ll have problems.

“I am a great friend of my players when they accept what I say. Whoever accepts my decisions I support, but whoever does not want to understand will often sit on the bench.

“I say again and again we need every one of our players. And therefore I’ll be happy when all of them are available.”

Price per head services saw that the manager’s only competitive defeat took place in July’s 4-2 loss to Borussia Dortmund in the DFL-Supercup.

Guardiola admitted that he did not expect his side to adapt so soon to his style, and pa per head services believe that it could very well take some time for Bayern to get used to his style.

He added: “Honestly it has surprised me a bit, how quickly the players have taken on my ideas. I thought we would clearly need more time for that, but the level is already very, very high.

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“Of course not in every game and also not through a complete 90 minutes, but as an initial conclusion from the first quarter of the season I can say I am happy with what we are showing on the pitch.”