HNevertheless, he denied the suggestion that he was wearing it in response to Mourinho, who had asked last December if such a political statement was appropriate.
"I wear it every day," said Guardiola. "Sometimes I forget it, sometimes in my pocket or in my pocket, but it's always there."
Meanwhile, Guardiola has advised critics to apologize to English winger Raheem Sterling, who was accused of cheating in a few neighborhoods after stumbling over his own feet and wrongly receiving a punishment for Shakhtar.
The city manager argued that Sterling was accidentally killed and did not try to deceive anyone after he admitted that it should not have been a punishment.