"I would like to see Pep Guardiola stay even if City didn't win a trophy, but the reality of football is that he would most likely be sacked if we have another season like the last one".
"I think sooner or later it is going to finish", he said.
After claiming second place in the Championship last season, the Seagulls welcomed City to the Amex Stadium for the curtain raiser they had all been waiting for. In the 34 years since we have experienced highs and very many lows.
Guardiola was pleased with his side's dominant display and expects his squad to go from strength to strength as they bed in.
What they saidBrighton manager Chris Hughton: "For 70 minutes we played the game that we had to play".
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David Silva's assist for Aguero's goal helped the Spaniard receive man of the match honours.
"Ultimately [we have] a lot of positive things to take from this game and we kind of built on the pre-season we had".
After a frustrating first half, which highlighted City's failures up front from last season, change was always going to come, and the breakthrough arrived within minutes of the introduction of Leroy Sane in the 68th minute.
Coverage of Manchester City facing off against Brighton will be shown live on BT Sport 1 (Sky Channel 413, Virgin 530, BT 408). Romelu Lukaku should bring goals, which were a particular issue against lesser sides: United drew 10 home matches last season, at least eight of which it could be said to have dominated.
"We controlled the counter-attacks, we conceded just one chance in 90 minutes away from home and that's not easy in the Premier League".
"We are going to see at the end of the season what happens", he indicated.