"Because we play one of the best teams in Europe and the world".
Only Daniel [Levy] can say 'the club is going to move, but you gaffer no'.
Having romped to six wins on the trot, Guardiola was being lauded from all quarters.
After taking time to understand the question at first, Pochettino, following a slight pause, said: "I don't care".
"I don't know why, it's so hard to explain - [it's] because of the circumstances, because many things happen, because we're disappointed that we're still waiting for the new stadium when the expectation was to be there from the beginning of the season".
"It's unusual because it's my worst feeling here in four-and-a-half years", Pochettino, who has taken Tottenham to third, second and third-placed finishes in the last three seasons, told reporters at the club's swish training ground.
The European champions have made a poor start to the season, losing four and drawing two of their nine games in all competitions so far and should they come calling for Tottenham's manager, Carragher claimed the London club would target a foreign manager to replace him.
What those who were able to take annual leave and afford the extra costs will get to see on the night is as easy to predict as when the new White Hart Lane will actually open next year.
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Given the tightness in points at the top of the table, Guardiola also sees this as a game City can ill afford to lose.
"Many things happened in the summer, there are many things that make myself not in my best mood or humour".
Mauricio Pochettino will have learned from previous meetings between the two but the big problem is that on current form, City are simply a better team.
"When you know the pitch might not be in the best condition you have to be more ready than ever".
"That's why maybe the games against the contenders are becoming so important".
The next, however, was a lot better as they won the Premier League with a record 100 points, 32 wins and 106 goals to add to the Carabao Cup. Frustrations were evident over the summer after the Argentine failed to land a single player in the transfer window but with limited funding and a new stadium on the way, there's comparisons to Arsene Wenger and Arsenal when they swapped Highbury for Emirates.
"No, it wasn't the plan for us to be playing this game at Wembley but that's the reality now".