WHEN the manager of one of the world’s richest clubs says his team may not be able to compete with its peers, it is hard to have real sympathy with him. Success and failure are all relative and you don’t have to travel far from Manchester City’s glittering campus to find a town that saw its club fail to overcome its problems. How Bury fans were thinking when Pep Guardiola bemoaned City’s lack of competitiveness is pretty easy to guess. “Poor little rich kid.” Admittedly, Guardiola, in 2019-20, may never have had it so bad as a manager. He’s not used to failure, if being in the top three and still in the UEFA Champions League, League Cup and FA Cup can ever be…