They have your size this time, Pep? Guardiola finally pulls a sweater with a Christmas theme in Manchester City, after he had not been in it last year
- Pep Guardiola wore a Christmas-themed sweater in Manchester City on Friday
- The boss of the city was questioned why he had not worn one time last year
- Guardiola joked that the club did not have its size & # 39; during a press conference
- The 47-year-old wore one on Friday afternoon at the press officers of the club
Sam Mcevoy for Mailonline
A year ago, Pep Guardiola was questioned by journalists about why he did not wear a Christmas jumper with other members of the Manchester City staff during a press conference.
The 47-year-old joked that the club & # 39; had not its dimensions & # 39 ;, while he laughed the question in the run up to Christmas.
Now it appears that the city manager has admitted and has become festive after putting on a blue-and-white sweater during his press conference on Friday afternoon.
Pep Guardiola wore a Christmas sweater with a Manchester City theme during a press conference
The boss of the city was asked last year why he did not wear a festive sweater
The 47-year-old got the festive spirit when he answered questions on Friday afternoon
During the presidential conference, the city administrator announced that he had received two early presents when he told the reporters that Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero would come back from injuries prior to their collision with Everton on Saturday.
"Sergio has done the last two trainings & # 39 ;," said Guardiola. & # 39; He did it with the team, did not hurt and we will decide. Kevin is the same as Sergio. No pain on Thursday and we will see. & # 39;
Along with Guardiola, a number of Premier League clubs and players have also participated in the official Christmas Jumper Day & # 39; from the UK on 14 December.
Lucas Perez (left), Pedro Obiang (center) and Javier Hernandez (right) donate Christmas jumps
Chelsea defender David Luiz is doing his best to end Friday in the festive equipment of the club
Arsenal & # 39; s midfielder duo Mesut Ozil (left) and Ghanit Xhaka (right) show off their knitwear
West Ham-stars Javier Hernandez, Lucas Perez and Pedro Obiang also posed on Crimbo-knit clothes from their club on Instagram.
Chelsea also went into the fun, as David Luiz wore a woolen hat and scarf with his sweater as he tried to warm himself up for the Blues trip to defy Brighton on the south coast.
Arsenal also distributed Christmas cheers when Mesut Ozil, Granit Xhaka and Laurent Koscielny were dressed for the occasion.
Koscielny also carried three red buckets on each arm to raise awareness for Save the Children and the charity of the club & # 39; The Arsenal Foundation & # 39; to increase.
Laurent Koscielny wears his Christmas jumper while raising awareness for charity