Champions League & Pep Guardiola

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Manchester City. Out of the Title Race. Out of the EFL Cup. Out of the Champions League. Out of the FA Cup. Pep Guardiola. Failure.
Pep Guardiola: "The Premier League is gone and now it will be a battle to qualify for the Champions League."
Pep Guardiola has won 15 major trophies in two countries, including six league titles and the Champions League. Twice.
1 – This is the first time that a side managed by Pep Guardiola has exited the Champions League at the Last 16 stage. Blushes.
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Pep Guardiola has failed to reach the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time in his managerial career.
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🔊 Pep Guardiola spoke to the press ahead of Manchester City’s meeting with FC Barcelona in the Champions League:
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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has left midfielder Yaya Toure out of his 2016-17 Champions League squad.
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Pep Guardiola to return to Barcelona as Arsenal, Leicester and Spurs are handed favourable Champions League draws
Pep Guardiola: "I wish Roma all the best tomorrow & I really hope they go on in the Champions League"
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Pep Guardiola's quest to land the Champions League in his final season at Bayern Munich continues on Tuesday night.
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Pep Guardiola has now qualified for the Champions League semi-finals in all 7 seasons as a manager.
Bayern Munich want to send Pep Guardiola off with the Champions League trophy
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Pellegrini's Man City are set to be in the Champions League longer than Pep Guardiola
Bayern Munich's away record in the Champions League knock-out rounds. Jupp Heynckes vs Pep Guardiola:
Manuel Pellegrini's Man City beat Pep Guardiola's Bayern Munich 3-2 in the Champions League in 2014
Chelsea fear Pep Guardiola will go to particularly if the London Club miss out on Champions League qualification (Telegraph)
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola has claimed his side's Champions League defeat against Barcelona in 2014-15 was one of his finest moments
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Is it fair to require Pep Guardiola to deliver a Champions League title or more at Bayern?
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Xabi Alonso: "Winning the third Champions League with and Pep Guardiola would be awesome."
Pep Guardiola writes off Arsenal and Manchester City in this season's Champions League
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Xabi Alonso saw red on his 100th Champions League appearance as Pep Guardiola's Bayern Munich were frustrated by Shakhtar Donetsk in the
Pep Guardiola insisted they controlled their UEFA Champions League last-16 tie away to Shakhtar Donetsk .
Guardiola: Torres perfect for Atletico The coach lauded Diego Simeone's decision to bring the former club captain back to the Vicente Calderon and believes they pose a threat to Bayern's Champions League chances By Miles Chambers Jan 16, 2015 23:36:00 Former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola believes that Atletico Madrid have hit the jackpot by bringing Fernando Torres back to the Vicente Calderon. Torres left La Liga for Liverpool in 2007, one year before Guardiola famously took the reins at Camp Nou, and returned earlier this month on loan from AC Milan having flopped at San Siro and Chelsea before that. Football pundits and fans were split over whether Torres would burden another club with his lack of goals, but he stunned arch-rivals Real Madrid on Thursday by scoring a double to knock the holders out of the Copa del Rey at the last-16 stage. Guardiola, who now coaches Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich, believes that the Spain international is perfectly suited to life under Diego Simeone's wing in Madrid. ...
From full-backs in midfield to diamond formations: Reviewing 2014's tactics DECEMBER 30, 2014 11:54:12 AM PST By Michael Cox Tactically, 2014 was an interesting year for football at both club and international level, with more variety than usual, and some intriguing concepts being popularised -- or re-popularised. Here's a review of some of the most interesting tactical features of 2014. Guardiola's full-backs in midfield It's extremely rare to see players in positions you've never seen before, but Pep Guardiola's use of Philipp Lahm and David Alaba early in 2014 was genuinely revolutionary. It was particularly noticeable against Manchester United in last season's Champions League: their defensive positioning was that of natural full-backs, but rather than surging down the flanks to make overlapping runs, they instead drifted into central midfield positions. The idea, supposedly, was to allow Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery to come deep and collect possession with space to run into -- without overcrowding ...
Super Eagles forward Ahmed Musa was in action as his Russian team CSKA Moscow crashed out of the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday night in Germany. Thomas Muller's first-half penalty and late goals from Sebastian Rode and Mario Gotze sealed a routine 3-0 victory for Bayern, while defeat for CSKA means they cannot even enjoy the consolation of Europa League football in the new year. The Bundesliga champions came into Wednesday's clash at the Allianz Arena already confirmed as pool winners, while the picture was slightly more complicated for CSKA. Leonid Slutsky's men needed a win in Munich and had to hope the game between Roma and Manchester City in Italy ended in anything other than victory for the home side. In the end, both results went against CSKA - City claiming second spot with a 2-0 win in Rome while they finished bottom of the group with five points. The most pleasing aspect of a straightforward dead-rubber win for Bayern boss Pep Guardiola is sure to be the long-awaited return to his starting X ...
Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola is relishing the "tension" of their Champions League tie against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.
Bayern Munich opened a seven-point lead in the Bundesliga on Saturday as they warmed up for their Champions League clash at Manchester City with a 4-0 hammering of Hoffenheim.Pep Guardiola's Bayern have already claimed their last 16 place as group winners with two Champions League games to spare and have now opened an ominous gap at home.Mario Goetze and Robert - Read more:
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Pep Guardiola says Bayern cannot afford to be complacent against Arsenal in the 2nd leg of their Champions League last-16 clash on Tuesday.
Manchester City target Guardiola Manchester City want Pep Guardiola to replace Manuel Pellegrini. The Spaniard is not expected to stay at Bayern past his current contract while City could be looking for a new manager in May if they fail to reach the Champions League knockout stages.
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Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has laid into Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure. Scholes has suggested that the way Toure plays is a problem for the side when they are under pressure against big teams who know how to exploit Toure’s defensive weakness. “I felt that it was the same old story in the Champions League for Manuel Pellegrini’s team. Yaya Touré’s lack of defensive work in midfield has become a major problem for them,” wrote Scholes in his column for the Independent. “The amount of time I saw opponents get in behind him in the game in Munich was quite remarkable. He just did not look interested. Alongside him, Fernandinho is having to do the work of two players defensively and against Bayern that was always going to cause City problems.” Scholes’ comments echo the frustrations felt by many Manchester City fans over the way Toure played, capped off by the midfielder laughing and joking with Bayern boss Pep Guardiola after the game. There’s no doubt that Toure is a trul ...
FULL TIME : Bayern Munich 1 - 0 Manchester City The England goalkeeper was finally beaten late on having kept out Pep Guardiola's side for the majority of the 90 minutes as City suffered defeat in their group stage opener. Jerome Boateng scored a dramatic late winner as Bayern Munich kicked off their Champions League campaign with a 1-0 victory over Manchester City. City goalkeeper Joe Hart frustrated the Bundesliga champions for long periods of the Group E opener at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday, as Bayern looked set to start the group stages with a draw. Thomas Muller ought to have put the Bavarian giants in front inside a minute when he rounded Hart but could only fire wide when he finally got his shot away. Manuel Pellegrini could only watch on from the stands as he served a touchline ban, with his assistant Ruben Cousillas taking charge on the sidelines, and he must have had his head in his hands as former City defender Boateng's half-volley deflected past Hart at the death. "Bayern edge out the vic ...
FULL TIME : BARCELONA 1 - 0 APOEL NICOSIA The centre-back proved to be the difference as Luis Enrique's first European game in charge of the Catalan club ended with a win. Gerard Pique headed in the only goal of the game as Barcelona opened their Champions League campaign with a low-key 1-0 victory over APOEL on Wednesday. Pique nodded home in the 28th minute to help Barca - and their new head coach Luis Enrique - kick off their Group F campaign with maximum points, although the determined Cypriot side offered a sterner test than many had predicted. The Spanish giants' triumph ultimately continued a 100 per cent start to the tenure of Enrique, who took the reins following Gerardo Martino's ill-fated campaign at the helm in 2013-14. Having managed to once again align a defensive nous with the kind of possessional dominance that was the hallmark of the Pep Guardiola years, Barcelona are beginning to look imposing. Unsurprisingly, they had too much for APOEL, with Barca's excellent defence - who have yet to ...
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"There are 6, 7 or 8 teams that can win the Champions League. Manchester City are one of them." - Pep Guardiola
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola believes the absence of Manchester United from this season's Champions League serves as a warning to all elite clubs, reports BBC Sport. United are sitting out the competition for the first time since 1995 after finishing seventh in the Premier League last season. "It is a good lesson for the big clubs if we think we are unbeatable, that we are so strong," Guardiola said ahead of his side's Champions League tie with Manchester City on Wednesday. "Every year we need to make the good things or maybe next season you could be out. That is why football is magnificent. Every single week you have to be ready."
Pep Guardiola " Manchester City can win the Champions League." Vincent Kompany " There's only one position we want to finish in Champions League and thats lifting the glorious trophy."
And if that wasn't enough, here he is on Manchester United's Champions League absence
Pep Guardiola says Manchester United's absence from Champions League is a 'lesson'
Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola reckons Manchester City are among the main contenders to win this season’s Champions League.
Ribery ruled out of Manchester City clash, but Robben fit Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery has been ruled out of their Champions League opener at Manchester City after his knee problem flared up again. The Frenchman made his first appearance of the season, coming of the bench to score during Bayern's 2-0 win over Stuttgart on Saturday, but skipped Sunday's post-match training session and will miss Wednesday's Group E opener against the Premier League champions. "Ribery will not take part in the final training session," Bayern coach Pep Guardiola admitted. "He is at home and cannot play. "The doctor saw him on Monday and said he cannot play." Ribery, 31, missed the first two weeks of the season with a knee injury and could well find himself being rested between matches as he feels his way back to full fitness. Guardiola did, however, say that Arjen Robben - who missed Saturday's game with a knee problem - was fit and had been included in the squad. The Spanish tactician will need to reshuffle his defence ...
Champions League draw in full: Real Madrid face Liverpool, Barcelona versus PSG The reigning champions discovered who they will face in the early stages on Thursday, with Bayern Munich, Man City, Roma and CSKA Moscow the best candidate as the Group of Death. Reigning European champions Real Madrid have been drawn with five- time winners Liverpool in the Champions League group stage draw held in Monaco on Thursday. Carlo Ancelotti's men achieved La Decima in May with a final win over Atletico Madrid and they will also face Swiss side Basel and Bulgarian champions Ludogorets in Group B as they try to become to first team in Champions League history to win back-to-back titles. Bayern Munich, coached by former winner Pep Guardiola, will aim for their fourth final in six years but have arguably been handed the Group of Death as they will need to overcome Premier League winners Manchester City, Russian side CSKA Moscow and Serie A runners-up Roma to get out of Group E. Barcelona will need to navigate their way ...
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Guardiola "I'm happy Liverpool are coming back,they are awesome. It'll be good for the Champions League"
WHY GUARDIOLA LEFT BARCELONA .. . . . . . . . . . . Bayern Munich coach, Pep Guardiola, has revealed he left FC Barcelona in 2012 because he was exhausted. The 43-year-old decided to go on a sabbatical after winning 14 trophies – amongst them two Champions League titles – in just four years with the Catalan giants. Guardiola denies leaving Camp Nou due to issues with Sandro Rosell, the Former Barcelona president, but because he had reached his personal ‘limits of exhaustion’. “It isn’t true that I left because (then president Sandro) Rosell didn’t support me in rebuilding the squad,” he is quoted in another excerpt from his book Herr Pep. “I was at my limit of exhaustion and I wasn’t sure at all about what options I could offer the team. I didn’t ask to rebuild the squad, because I was the one who had decided to leave.” On the subject whether he would be keen to return to the Catalan giants Guardiola says ambiguous, “The way the club is organised, there are only two options: eith ...
Bayern Munich will never push out their coach Pep Guardiola, club chief executive Karl-Heinze Rummenigge said in an interview published on Sunday. Rummenigge shrugged off suggestions that Germany's most successful side could struggle this season after their top players come back from their gruelling but triumphant World Cup campaign. There would be no fallout for Guardiola, he told Welt am Sonntag newspaper. "Bayern will never sack Pep Guardiola. I can put that in writing today," said Rummenigge. "Pep Guardiola. He will be our coach on June 30, 2016. At least until his contract runs out," the chief executive added when asked who would be coach at the end of the 2014-15 season. Guardiola's deal runs until mid-2016. In his first season, Guardiola won the German league and cup double and took Bayern to the Champions League semifinal where they were beaten by eventual winners Real Madrid. The newspaper highlighted how Bayern struggled after the 2006 and 2010 World Cups and the coaches -- Felix Magath and Loui ...
Spain's demise in sync with Barcelona's fall from grace The Catalan giants' suffered their worst campaign since 2008 - and their rise and subsequent fall in that period has coincided perfectly with that of the national side. It is hardly a coincidence. Spain's spectacular success between 2008 and 2012 runs concurrently with the heady heights of Pep Guardiola's brilliant Barcelona. So perhaps it should come as little surprise that, as the Catalan club have fallen into decline of late, so too have La Roja. Friday's shocking 5-1 defeat to Netherlands in Salvador was reminiscent of Barca's 4-0 loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League last season. Nobody had seen it coming - not then and not now. There is no scapegoating of the Barca contingent taking place; many of Spain's stars were at fault. Sergio Ramos was well beaten for pace by Robin Van Persie and Arjen Robben and proved to be some distance from the fine form he has shown for Real Madrid in recent months, Iker Casillas was at fault for one and per ...
Today's Football Titbits Manchester United have moved ahead of Chelsea as they attempt to sign Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas because they will not be in next season's Champions League and are not viewed as direct rivals by the La Liga club. Diego Costa's £32m move to Chelsea from Atletico Madrid will be the Premier League club's biggest deal of the summer and will also spark the exits of strikers Fernando Torres and Demba Ba Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola wants to sell midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger, and the 29-year-old Germany international could be a target for Manchester United. And finally German striker Stefan Kiessling has taken his World Cup 2014 omission in good humour by featuring in an advert with the tag line, "It is always best at home.
The Italian coach has enjoyed a superb debut campaign in Spain, but will now be expected to build an era-defining team after Real Madrid claimed La Decima on Saturday COMMENT By Ben Hayward in Lisbon A season to remember. Carlo Ancelotti ends his debut campaign at Real Madrid with two trophies, the Copa del Rey and the Champions League, vindicating the decision by president Florentino Perez to part company with Jose Mourinho last summer. But for the Italian coach, this must be just the start. Mourinho claimed the Copa in his first campaign in charge, but fell short in La Liga and in the Champions League. The Portuguese asked to be judged on his second season - and that brought a spectacular return in the Primera Division with 100 points to dethrone Barcelona after the Catalans had claimed three titles in a row in the previous years under Pep Guardiola. On the back of that success, Mourinho signed a new long-term contract in the summer of 2012. It was supposed to be the start of something special, an era-d ...
Rummenigge "I think the only thing that annoys him is not winning the Champions League. Guardiola is incredibly ambitious" [FCB]
Spain's defensive worries. Vicente Del Bosque had been expected to whittle his 30-man preliminary squad down to 23 players on Sunday, but the Spain coach elected instead to bide his time until the FIFA deadline for registration on June 2. Spain play Bolivia in a friendly match in Seville on May 30, and for that encounter Del Bosque has named a squad of just 19 players; Real Madrid and Atletico's Champions League final has earned players from those sides a week off. The midfield and forward lines have been the most scrutinised in the Spanish media; the question of whether Fernando Torres will travel and whether Diego Costa's recent injury woes during Atletico's final push have cost him a place have overshadowed doubts about Spain's defence in Brazil. Juanfran has had a standout season for Atletico but also limped from the field at the Estadio da Luz this past Saturday; the extent of his injury currently unclear. The back four is an issue for the reigning champions, who have rarely enjoyed the wealth of ric ...
Pep Guardiola’s failure with Bayern Munich in the Champions League has exposed him.
Only 3 men have won the UEFA Champions League as player and manager : Carlo Ancelotti - 5 Frank Rijkaard - 4 Pep Guardiola - 3
City rivals Atletico and Real Madrid meet in Lisbon on Saturday, in the first Champions League final ever to be contested between teams from the same city. Real are looking to end 12 years of European pain, while an Atletico win would give them their first ever Champions League title. As anticipation builds ahead of the showpiece event, we take a look back at ten of the best finals of the Champions League era. 10) Barca at their peak Barcelona 3-1 Manchester United (2011) Three years ago, Barcelona were at the peak of their powers under Pep Guardiola. A Lionel Messi inspired side eased to a win in the 2011 final at Wembley, with goals from Pedro, Lionel Messi and David Villa giving the Catalan side a 3-1 win. 9) “That” Ajax side Ajax 1-0 Milan (1995) The culmination of the famous Ajax side of the early 90s saw the Dutch team win the 1995 Champions League, thanks to a late Patrick Kluivert goal, before losing the 1996 final on penalties. Academy products Edgar Davids, Clarence Seedorf Frank Rijkaard an ...
Bayern Munich’s new coach Pep Guardiola will sell super winger Arjen Robben and Manchester United who needs to another powerful player took action to transfer the Dutchman. Instrumental in Bayern’s run to two Champions League finals in two years, Arjen Robben is no longer guaranteed a place in the…
Philipp Lahm claims Guardiola got tactics wrong after Bayern Munich exit Champions League.
Over the years the club made few mistakes in the transfer windows compared to the rivals, but u couldn't go wrong with this guy, A mentor dat kick-start the careers of great players like Overmars, Bergkamp, Seedorf, Xavi, Iniesta, Messi, Van Der Sar, Puyol & recently Muller, Alaba & Kroos Jose Mourinho was his former assistant, Pep Guardiola was his former player, He went trophies everywhere he goes, Eredivisie, La Liga, Bundesliga, Champions League, He has won them all, he's allergic to nonsense, he told the medias "Journalists think they know as much about football as I do, but they don't!" So Welcome Aboard Boss~!!
Exclusive: Chelsea Set to Unveil New £79m Trio Strike-Force The Blues boss is ready to offload Fernando Torres and Demba Ba whilst Cameroonian veteran Samuel Eto’o will not be offered a new deal this summer, leaving plenty of room for a new look Chelsea attack. CaughtOffside understands that the west London Club have already agreed a deal with Atletico Madrid to sign striker Diego Costa but any official announcement will be held back until after the Champions League final between the La Liga title holders and Real Madrid next weekend. Chelsea are also in advanced talks to sign Bayern Munich forward Mario Mandzukic who has already seemingly played his last match for the Bundesliga side. Pep Guardiola opted to drop the Croatian international from his DFB Pokal final squad as they edged past Borussia Dortmund side to win the German cup and Mourinho is ready to meet the Allianz Arena side’s £25m price-tag. Mourinho will also look to bring in PSG forward Ezequiel Lavezzi with a £22m bid for the Argentin ...
Arsene Wenger wins trophy, Brendan Rodgers wins manager of the year, manuel Pelligrini wins double, Ancelotti in Champions League final, Pep Guardiola wins double, Diego Simeone wins Laliga, Lauren Blanc wins Lig One and. Tata Martino resigns, David Moyes is sacked but the biggest failure stays at post and is made to seem he's the best of all the aforementioned. Jose Mourinho has failed miserably this year yet he cunningly shifts all attention to others. And he shamefully says he's 'building a team' for next year. Kindly I ask, which manager deconstructs his team for next season? All hail the Confident trickster Mourinho, the special talking bird. Slain Me Chelsea fans, I await.
THINGS THAT HAVE HAPPENED SINCE ARSENAL LAST WON A TROPHY 27 out of the League's 92 clubs have won trophies - rising to 52 if you include promotion play-off trophies Ryan Giggs has won five Premier Leagues, four Charity Shields, three League Cups, one Champions League, one Club World Cup and become a manager The iPhone was invented Zlatan Ibrahimovic has won 18 trophies with five different clubs, and subsequently had two of those titles stripped from his record due to Italy's Calciopoli scandal.Every single club in the Football League has changed its manager, with the exception of Arsenal. And Sven Goran-Eriksson has held nine different jobs Swansea have been promoted from League Two, League One, the Championship, and won the League Cup London has been awarded the Olympics, built the Olympic Park from scratch, hosted the Olympics, decommissioned the Olympic Park and sold off all the athletes' housing, and been (reportedly) contacted by the IOC about getting the whole lot out of mothballs once more to host ...
Pressure on Guardiola will be unbearable if Bayern lose cup final The Bavarians have gone off the boil in the last two months and fans and club legends alike have been dissatisfied with his tactics and selection ANALYSIS By Enis Koylu Bayern Munich's 5-0 thrashing over two legs by Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-finals sent shockwaves through German football. Last season's treble-winners were the favourites for the competition throughout the season but an untimely slip in form, together with some questionable tactical decisions from Pep Guardiola, saw them fail to reach a fourth final in five years. Had they overcome Carlo Ancelotti’s side, no matter how, everyone would have been more than satisfied with a campaign which saw them wrap up the Bundesliga in record time. But their humiliating Champions League exit has put extra focus on the DFB-Pokal final against Borussia Dortmund on Saturday. Should Bayern fail to complete the double, Pep will find himself under pressure the likes of which he ha ...
BARCELONA PAY TRIBUTE TO A GREAT CAPTAIN - As Carles Puyol Bow Out. Barcelona bade farewell to their captain, Carles Puyol, on Thursday after a 15-year career that earned him a reputation as one of the greatest centre-halves the world has seen. A one-club man and linchpin of Barça and Spain's all-conquering sides, he bows out with six league titles, three Champions League championships and two Spanish Cups to his name – along with a European Championship and World Cup with the national side. Barça devoted a chunk of their club website to his farewell and former and present team-mates and coaches, among them Pep Guardiola, paid homage to their 36-year-old leader. Puyol, who has captained the club since 2004, gave a press conference in front of his mother, brother, partner and friends and confirmed that an ongoing knee injury had forced him to retire. "We tried everything and I'd like to thank the doctors and physios for everything. We've not figured out a way to fix it, but I've not given up. I'll keep ...
WHO WINS La Liga? Believe me, I had routed for Athletico Madrid for more than half the season, willing them to finally break the duopoly called the Spanish League. I had stood behind Diego Simeone all the while, wishing the Argentine to announce the arrival of the fresh and younger managers that will rattle the modern day coaching arena dominated by the likes of Jose Mourinho, Pep Guardiola, Roberto Martinez and others, who are threatening to force out the older guard in Arsene Wenger, Louis Van Gaal, Carlo Ancelotti and the likes. But I hadn’t counted with Barcelona not winning any other trophy. Now, I’m faced with the dilemma of seeing Athletico win deservedly and seeing Lionel Messi go trophyless in a World Cup season! Messi is just too big a player to go trophyless in any season. So, if I am given the opportunity, I’d give Barca the La Liga trophy, for Messi’s sake, then give the Champions League to Athletico, for Simeone’s sake. However, may the best side get their reward.
Ahead of FC Bayern München's quarter-final tie, Pep Guardiola looks forward to the business end of the season and explains why his team are in safe hands with Manuel Neuer in goal. Unlock the UEFA Champions League and sign up to adidas Gamedayplus:
Kaka Ilonga Emmanuel, soma pia mawazo haya!, nimeiba Yahoo Sports. DOES GUARDIOLA NEED A NEW TEAM IN ORDER TO SUCCEED AT BAYERN? The Spaniard has been made the scapegoat for the Champions League thrashing by Madrid, but the defeat showed that many Bayern players can't interpret the coach's vision The consensus among the majority of football fans and critics in the aftermath of Tuesday's humiliating 5-0 Champions League semi-final loss against Real Madrid was that Pep Guardiola was solely to blame for Bayern's failure. But the truth is that Bayern's surrender to Madrid was more due to individual errors than any overarching 'philosophical' failing. "The reason for the defeat isn’t related to the possession," Guardiola said after. "Football is played with the ball and then there are other things. If you don't play well and you defend set-pieces badly, that's just how it is." Yet Guardiola is being questioned. The real inquest should focus on the players and their suitability to Pep's plans. Look at the foo ...
Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola says he will not change his tactical approach, despite criticism after the Champions League defeat by Real Madrid. The Bundesliga champions were thrashed 4-0 at the Allianz Arena, losing 5-0 on aggregate in the semi-final tie. "I have my ideas and I have to...
Manchester United MAKE GUARDIOLA INQUIRIES BEFORE CONFIRMING Van Gaal Bayern boss Pep Guardiola's future is far from certain after a tumultuous week and the Reds are yet to rule out making a move for his services. The Bayern Munich manager has challenged the German giants with what amounts to a ‘back me or sack me’ outburst following their midweek 5-0 aggregate Champions League semi-final exit to Real Madrid. Despite steering Bayern to a run-away Bundesliga title Guardiola, a twice European Cup winning coach with Barcelona, has been stung by criticism from Munich’s honorary president Franz Beckenbauer. Beckenbauer claimed that ‘Bayern are not right’ and last month said that Guardiola risks ‘boring the fans’ with his passing style of football.Guardiola has responded: “The club must decide if the coach is the right one for the club. I won’t change my opinion about the club and the people who work here after one defeat. “I feel like a part of the club and will do my best with my ideas unt ...
Pep Guardiola has called on Bayern Munich to back him or sack him in a move which could delay Manchester United's appointment of Louis Van Gaal. Guardiola suffered a humiliating Champions League elimination at the hands of Real Madrid this week, losing 4-0 at home in the semi-final second leg, and his footballing philosophy has been criticised by Franz Beckenbauer and other senior Bayern Munich figures. Van Gaal is close to being appointed as the new Manchester United manager but if Guardiola's job in Germany is seen as being in doubt it could prompt Old Trafford officials to rethink their options Is pep the rght man or Van Gaal?
Pep Guardiola has said his future is in Bayern Munich's hands following the club's UEFA Champions League defeat to Real Madrid...
Barcelona's Tata Martino has backed Bayern Munich Pep Guardiola after he received criticism following the Champions League defeat to Real Madrid
Can Mourinho ever deliver the Chelsea that Abramovich wants? As Roman Abramovich watched on from his luxury private box in the west stand, he was presented with the kind of vibrant attacking football he has always craved at Stamford Bridge. Unfortunately, it was the team in red and white stripes playing with the speed, authority and skill that would have reminded the Russian billionaire why he once dreamed of appointing Pep Guardiola as the Chelsea manager The intensity of their play was startling, the cohesion of their attacking movement too much for the Blues to handle. They played with a passion that mirrored that of their coach, Diego Simeone, on the touchline. Mourinho could find no answer, not this time. Not so special anymore? This was Mourinho’s fourth Champions League semi-final defeat in a row, his sixth overall in 10 attempts to reach the final of Europe’s most prestigious competition. Mourinho has said this season that he accepts the owner’s wishes and understands the style of football A ...
Pep Guardiola takes full responsibility for Bayern Munich being dumped out of the Champions League, claiming his side didn't do enough in possession to warrant progressing.
The German media questioned the role of Pep Guardiola as Bayern Munich’s defence of their Champions League trophy ended with a 4-0 home defeat to Real Madrid.
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Bayern Munich president, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, has called the Champions League exit of the European champions a ‘fiasco’, but also defended coach, Pep Guardiola.
Real Madrid ROAR POWERFULLY INTO FINAL Real Madrid blew Bayern Munich away to reach the UEFA Champions League final with a 4-0 second leg victory which secured a 5-0 aggregate success. Sergio Ramos took advantage of some woeful marking to head home twice from set pieces in the opening 20 minutes before Cristiano Ronaldo put the finishing touch to a devastating counter-attack in the 34th minute in a blistering opening half from the Spanish giants. Ronaldo added a fourth with a late free-kick and the only downside for Carlo Ancelotti's side, who will face either city rivals Atletico Madrid or Chelsea and former boss Jose Mourinho in the Lisbon final next month, was the needless booking for midfielder Xabi Alonso which rules him out of the showpiece. Pep Guardiola's reigning European champions had dominated possession in the first leg at Santiago Bernabeu last week, only to leave Spain with a 1-0 deficit after Karim Benzema struck. Any hopes they had of working their way back into the tie were obliterated by ...
Pep Guardiola got a spanking last night. Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo was in top form, and he showed himself once again to be the best in the business at the moment. Having scored 16 goals in the CL this campaign, he now holds the record for the most goals scored in a Champions League season, bettering Messi's record of 14. And Ronaldo still has a final to play, so hopefully he can get another goal or two and put the record further out of reach. It also means that he has now scored a total of 67 CL goals in his career, the same number as Messi and just four goals shy of Raul's record of 71. Though Ronaldo did it in 105 CL games compared to Messi who did it in 86 CL games, it is still an impressive achievement for Ronaldo, and both he and Messi will smash Raul's record this year. 50 years from now we will realize how fortunate we are to watch both these players at the same time. Now who do you want to take on Real Madrid in the final?
Pep Guardiola described Bayern Munich as "awful" after his team exited the Champions League with a 4-0 thrashing by Real Madrid
Breaking News- Real Madrid Gave Pep Guardiola 5Alive after Bayern Gave him 7up last Season in the UEFA Champions League. Kudos to Edache Daniel Godwin
Congratulations to Madrid for qualifying to the Champions League final showdown over what used to be the best team in the world before Pep Guardiola ruined it! Let's see who joins them tomorrow.
Bayern coach Pep Guardiola has backed France forward Franck Ribery to inspire a comeback from the five-time European champions, who are aiming to become the first side to retain the Champions League. Ribery, who was named as the world's third best player behind Ronaldo and Lionel Messi in January, was criticised for his performance in Spain last week. But he shone against Bremen and Guardiola is expecting him to play another starring role on Tuesday. "Franck played like he was possessed at the weekend," said Guardiola. "He fights and fights and for this reason the people love him here at the Allianz Arena. "He is one of the best players in the history of Bayern Munich and we need his help." The winner of Bayern and Real will play either Chelsea or Atletico Madrid, who meet again on Wednesday, in the final on 24 May in Portugal's capital city Lisbon.
Jose Mourinho better watch out... Atletico Madrid really know how to park the bus They have already done it to Real Madrid, Barcelona and AC Milan this season so it’s little wonder Atletico Madrid fans believe their team can pick up a 1-0 win on Wednesday night at Stamford Bridge. If anyone can out-Chelsea Chelsea, then it’s the team with the meanest defence in both La Liga and the Champions League — Diego Simeone’s side have won 1-0 nine times this season, managing it at the San Siro and the Santiago Bernabeu. ‘We want to be annoying,’ says the Argentine coach. ‘We want to be a team that no-one can stand playing against.’ Sound familiar? No wonder when Simeone was asked to pick between Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho, when both coaches were plying their trade in La Liga alongside him, he plumped for Mourinho. Liverpool had that sinking feeling on Sunday when Demba Ba put Chelsea one up — there were still 45 minutes left but they knew the job in hand was bordering on impossible. In two o ...
Muller time: Guardiola needs to sacrifice possession for penetration and call on Bayern's shadow man The Bavarians head into their Champions League semi-final second leg against Real Madrid needing goals - and Thomas Muller is the man to get them Under the radar: Muller often drifts into space unnoticed For much of the first leg at the Santiago Bernabeu last Wednesday evening, reigning European champions Bayern Munich kept possession in much the way that Pep Guardiola likes his side to. They were neat, tidy and dominated territory. The only problem was they lacked any sort of incision, making little impression in decisive areas. And that's a big problem. Die Bayern, who have romped to Bundesliga success this season, were even fortunate to leave the Spanish capital with just a one-goal deficit. Had Cristiano Ronaldo and Angel Di Maria had their shooting boots with them, then they may well have been two or three goals behind ahead of their Allianz Arena repeat. Possession is all well and good if it leads to ...
Go back to the 2012 CL semi-final against Barca. . Ask Pep Guardiola if he'd take 'good' football or the Champions League trophy.
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Pep Guardiola believes the team that shows the most passion will qualify for the Champions League...
Bayern Munich get their shooting boots on as Pep Guardiola prepares to attack Real Madrid in Champions League
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola is counting on Frenchman Franck Ribery's anger to power them past Real Madrid in their Champions League semifinal second leg on Tuesday.
Pep Guardiola has called on his side to be more threatening as Bayern Munich prepares to overturn a 1-0 deficit from the first-leg Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid on Tuesday.
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In 2008, Barcelona who are a club of almost the same stature of Manchester United, took a massive chance and decided to rebuild by appointing a 37-year old manager who had NO experience of managing a major team in and NO experience of managing in international or Champions League football. That manager was appointed because he was well versed in the Barcelona philosphy. That manager went on to win 14 trophies in 4 years. Who was that manager? It ws Pep Guardiola. It worked for Barcelona although they did have an amazing squad that obviously helped too. it may work for Man United and Giggs. I think Man United should give Giggs a chance of being the permanent manager. Like Guardiola was in 2008 with Barcelona, Giggs knows Manchester United's winning philosophy and has learnt from Man United's best manager. But it requires Manchester United to be brave and give an unproven guy a chance. Barcelone did it and it worked out rather well for them.
GRAHAM HUNTER: If you didn't put a common-sense filter on some of the nonsense spoken after Real Madrid beat Bayern Munich 1-0 in last Wednesday's Champions League semi-final, you'd be left wondering: 'Did Barcelona really win 15 trophies under Pep Guardiola?'
We caught up with Pep Guardiola to discuss FC Bayern München's UEFA Champions League campaign and performance to date. Watch the full interview tomorrow at 9am CET.
Champions League: Pep Guardiola defends Bayern Munich possession tactics after defeat at Real Madrid
Pep Guardiola defended Bayern Munich's possession football in the wake of their Champions League defeat at Real Madrid
Bayern have lost a 1st leg away match in Europe 6 times before by 1-0 and were eliminated only once (SF Champions Cup 89/90 v Milan). * Real Madrid were eliminated both times in the CL after winning the first leg 1-0 at home. Both vs Juve (1995/96 and 2004/05). * Iker Casillas has now won 80 CL matches, surpassing Raúl, only Xavi has more (83). * Karim Benzema scores his 11th CL KO goal, one shy of the French record held by Thierry Henry. * Real have lost only once in 57 Champions League home matches after leading at half time (W51-D5). * Pep Guardiola lost his first match at the Santiago Bernabau after 8 visits to the stadium.
Bayern Munich head coach Pep Guardiola claims there is "no better team than Real Madrid" after his side were beaten 1-0 in the Champions League at Santiago Bernabeu. Reference: www.Goal.com
Stat of the Day: Real Madrid are unbeaten in their last 17 Champions League home matches. The last manager to beat them? Pep Gu…
The last time Real Madrid lost at home in the Champions League was the last time they played Pep Guardiola.
Pep Guardiola became Barca's manager at the age of 37, winning a treble on his first season which included the Champions League. I would like to see Giggsy in that ranks too someday.
Sir Alex Ferguson had the first and last word on Manchester United's line of succession when he made David Moyes "The Chosen One" after ending 26 years in charge at Old Trafford. The folly of allowing Ferguson to wield his power one final time has been exposed with Moyes found to be out of his depth and sacked less than a year into the six-year contract he was awarded last summer. Now the search starts again and, with even the manner in which United handled the Scot's departure coming under intense scrutiny, they simply cannot afford to make another managerial mistake. The pressure will be on executive vice- chairman Ed Woodward to deliver as the reliance on Ferguson prevented United spreading the net wider last summer when names such as Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti could have been taken into consideration. There may be no Champions League football but Manchester United remain one of the biggest clubs in world football. So who are the names in the frame? Louis Van Gaal - Netherlands bo ...
Zubizarreta finding Barça struggles tough (PA) Monday 14 April 2014 Share Andoni Zubizarreta has acknowledged Barcelona's recent results have left him experiencing his "worst moment as sporting director", but backed coach Gerardo Martino to see out his contract. Saturday's shock 1-0 Spanish La Liga defeat at Granada meant the reigning champions finished the weekend third in the standings - four points behind leaders Atletico Madrid - with five games remaining. The loss in Andalusia came hot on the heels of the midweek Champions League exit at the hands of Los Rojiblancos, and Zubizarreta admitted it was a tough time. "If we talk about results, it's my worst moment as sporting director," he told Catalan television channel TV3. "We played so well (at Granada), with 80 per cent of possession. (But) we lacked tranquility in the final pass." The 52-year-old, who took over his role from Txiki Begiristain in July 2010 and oversaw unprecedented success on the pitch in his first two years with Pep Guardiola as co ...
Bayern Munich coach, Pep Guardiola, was pleased that his side reached the Champions League semi-final in a tough game against Manchester United on Wednesday.
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola praised the "heart" of his players after they battled back from a goal down for the second Champions League game in succession to beat Manchester United and reach the semifinals. type:image caption:Arjen Robben and Bayern Munich advanced to the Champions League semifinals. ENDLomas: Rooney gamble fails • Payne: United outclassed Just as they did at Old Trafford last week, Bayern found themselves behind despite dominating possession as Patrice Evra's second-half goal tilted the tie in United's favour. But Guardiola's side wasted little time in equalising, Mario Madzukic scoring 71 seconds later before strikes from Thomas Mueller and Arjen Robben secured a 3-1 win and Bayern's progress. "They need to explain to me why they always need to go behind before they can react," Guardiola said after the game. "With 3-1 the game was done, we had more and more possession. The opponent was running and running and running -- that was something that I didn't necessarily want that they ...
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# Pep Guardiola admits Bayern Munich could not deal with a Champions League exit against Manchester United on Wednesday.
Pep Guardiola has reached of fifth Champions League's semi-finals in his career as coach. Proud!
What a shame that Barza didn't go to the semi finals of the UEFA Champions League... Like i said, Barza has to change the way to play soccer, stop playing for Messi, and start playing like a team (same as Atletico de Madrid with Cholo Simeone), Barza has great players starting by Neymar, Alexis Sanchez, Iniesta, Xavi, Dani Alves, Adriano, Busquets, etc. My opinion is that Messi has to leave barza, and let, that great team, to play like a team, like Pep Guardiola taught them. Messi is not the best of the history, He is only one of the best, same as CR7, of the past 5 years... Keep crying, Messi's fan, let's see what's up with him in the World Cup in June/ July this year, just saying
Barcelona lost against Atletico Madrid after four draws , announced the loss of qualified Atletico Madrid for the first time before the Champions League final in 40 years , and stressed that the team leader of Madrid's La Liga has become a node for Barcelona . This node is not made for one reason only , and would have been solved with such a large number of matches , but it resulted from a combination of elements that have transformed the node to the puzzle for Tata Martino failed to reach its solution. The first reason is to organize the defense of Atletico Madrid , Valvriv fought each confrontations principles and clear ... its based on not to rush confrontations defensive one -to-one in front of the Barcelona players talented without that there will be support from another player and the only time they breached the team this principle has been punished the most serious chance led by Xavi and wasted Neymar , as there defense tri- lasting Barca players who are able to work crosses deadly was Xavi and Ini ...
Barcelona might be out of the Champions League and it kills me. As long as Pep Guardiola wins it I'll be a happy camper. Screw Real Madrid.
Bayern Munich 3-1 Manchester United Munich through to the SemiFinal of UEFA Champions League. I know, English Media will be saying, oh David Moyes can only be proud of his team. They defended well, Were disciplined blah blah... But the fact of the matter is, Manchester United record against Pep Guardiola is 3-0. Two times at Barca Pep won and now third against Bayern Munich. You got to Question the negative mentality of English Sides when they play against top quality European Side. That's why I love Real Madrid C.F. All the time they attack, play aggressively, and always push the team on there. If you can score, good enough, but we can score too. English Team needs to reassess their mentality of playing negatively. Point how many times English teams have won while playing negatively ? Probably Rafael Benetiez was good at this strategy at Liverpol n once United won against Barca in CL semi's when Frank Rijkard's Barca was declining.
Athletico Madrid makes Pep Guardiola good luck!!! Coz FC Barcelona is no more in UEFA Champions League this season!!!
Preview: Bayern v United Date, time and coverage: Wednesday 9 April, 19:45 BST. The match will be shown live in the UK on Sky Sports. You can also follow it via ManUtd.com's live blog and MUTV Online's radio commentary. Video highlights will be available online from 23:00 BST. Form guide: The Reds travel to Bavaria buoyed by the comprehensive and clinical 4-0 win over Newcastle, delivered by a side showing eight changes from the one that started last Tuesday's Champions League draw at Old Trafford. Bayern boss Pep Guardiola also shuffled his pack for his team's last outing, but the the German champions slipped to a 1-0 defeat at Augsberg, which ended their 53-game unbeaten run in the Bundesliga. Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer shrugged the result off, saying: "It's all about Wednesday and the match against Manchester United. Nothing else matters," but his side are now without a win in three outings. They have also failed to beat English opposition on home soil this season, losing to Manchester City and drawing wi ...
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PREVIEW Atletico Madrid v Barcelona; Champions League | Vicente Calderon | Wed 9 Apr | 7:45pm The lowdown And so yet another draw for Spain's top two sides. These encounters are perhaps the best example of how Barcelona 's level has dropped since Pep Guardiola left, and how Atlético Madrid's have improved under Diego Simeone. Atletico Madrid FORM Atletico 1-0 Villarreal (Lge) Barcelona 1-1 Atletico (CL) Athletic Bilbao 1-2 Atletico (Lge) Atletico 1-0 Granada (Lge) Real Betis 0-2 Atletico (Lge) BARCELONA FORM Barca 3-1 Real Betis (Lge) Barca 1-1 Atletico (CL) Espanyol 0-1 Barca (Lge) Barca 3-0 Celta Vigo (Lge) Real Madrid 3-4 Barca (Lge) Atlético's star striker Diego Costa was forced off through injury early in the first leg, but his namesake and replacement, a January capture from Wolfsburg, struck a sublime finish into the top corner. "When I saw the ball go in I almost wanted to celebrate it, it was a tremendous goal," said rival manager Gerardo Martino, on the Brazilian's strike. Simeone was just as ...
Pep Guardiola has confirmed he only has 14 players to choose from when Bayern Munich take on Manchester United during their crucial Champions League quarter-final second-leg tie on Wednesday Pep is sounding like Jose now; United are also missing key players and injuries/absences are part and parcel of modern day football. That said, this is a huge opportunity for United to save their season by playing an attack minded team featuring the likes of any three of Welbeck, Valencia, Kagawa, Janujaz and Young to support Rooney. Since Utd MUST score, they need to take the game to Bayern rather than sit back like they did at Old Trafford and try to sneak it unless they are planning to pull off a Chelsea under Di Matteo CL win!!
: - Pep Guardiola: "They'll be looking to hit us on the break and at set plays. We're in a final on Wednesday. It's a matter of life and death." David Moyes: "Tactically, I thought we played very well on the first leg. But I have got to say, in the second game, we might need to think differently, look at it in a different way to the first game." Manchester United have kept a clean sheet in five of their nine Champions League games this season; no side has kept more. Since the 1999 Champions League final, Man Utd have won just one of their seven Champions League encounters with Bayern Munich (W1 D3 L3). United have scored in each of their last 15 Champions League meetings with German clubs, but the last one to stop them scoring was Bayern in March 2002. No side has won more penalties than Bayern Munich in the Champions League this season (4), but they have only scored two of these. Arjen Robben has won all four of these penalties – no other player has won more than two. █▓▒░♥ soph ♥░▒▓ ...
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola says Champions League elimination against Manchester United would represent “a big mistake” for his side.
BATTERED BAYERN BEWARE! ΜAN UTD HAMMERS NEWCASTLE UTD 4-0! Man Utd without Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie, Nemanja Vidic and David de Gea produced the best performance yet under David Moyes-exhibition football-to silence Newcastle Utd 4-0. Juan Mata scored a brace and then brilliantly set up Adnan Januzaj for the fourth goal. Januzaj had created Utd's third finished off superbly by Javier Chicharito Hernandez. Special mention of the impact of Shinji Kagawa who was equally impressive. It was a great tune up for Wednesday's Champions League clash against Bayern Munich. The Bavarians giants dream of ending the season unbeaten was shattered after unfancied Augsburg beat Pep Guardiola's side 1-0.
Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola has insisted it is still an honour to face Manchester United in the Champions League despite the English clubs troubled season.
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Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola said he was happy Liverpool FC will be making a return to Champions League...
Pep Guardiola 'happy' to see Liverpool back in Champions League
"They deserve to be there and it's good for the Champions League that next season Liverpool will be there."-Pep Guardiola. i think every football fan knows the champions league without liverpool just is not the same
who is who in tomorrow's champions league last 8? Bayern Munich There has seldom been a more dominant football team in recent years than this current Bayern Munich outfit. Pep Guardiola has seemingly built upon perfection since replacing the all-conquering Jupp Heynckes last summer, leaving many suggesting a back-to-back Champions League triumph is something of inevitability. They remain a united machine of a team, with no stand-out stars taking the attention away from what is a model outfit. Bayern were the one team nobody wanted in Friday's draw and their pairing with an under-achieving Manchester United side means that their status as favorites has only strengthened. Real Madrid Real Madrid have been chasing La Decima for 12 years now, and while they have reached the semi-finals on three occasions since their last win in 2002, they have rarely looked as destructive as they have at times this season. The business end will present them with tougher fixtures than those they have negotiated so far in the C ...
I said it before and now loudly Im repeating myself again. Winning the EPL Tittle is a bonus and Champions League is the objective. One thing for sure, I saw Pep Guardiola in Brendan Rodgers. He shaped a team without buying million of dollars superstars and promote the academy players and challenge them to beat players. Good job Flanagan, Raheem, Hendo & Sturrige. You guys will shine in World Cup. Players to watch Raheem & Sturrige
The Bayern Munich boss claims top-class players can play well irrespective of coaches and insists his success at his former and current clubs is down to collective efforts Pep Guardiola has claimed he had little to do with turning Barcelona stars Xavi and Andres Iniesta into world-leading players. The Spain midfield duo flourished under Guardiola's stewardship at Camp Nou as the Blaugrana claimed 14 trophies from 2008 to 2011, including two Champions League titles. Xavi and Iniesta were also at the heart of Spain's incredible back-to-back European Championship successes, as well as their triumph at the 2010 World Cup, but Guardiola claims players of such calibre do not require coaches to get them to play at their best. "Barcelona's players motivate themselves," the Bayern Munich boss was quoted as saying by Sport. "I did not teach Xavi or Iniesta to play. Coaches are here to lend a hand, but they have been playing well for 20 years. Coaches do not make good players play well. They play well enough without ...
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has heaped praise on Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, insisting that the Sweden international was a dream to coach at Inter Milan. Ibrahimovic famously fell out with Pep Guardiola, who has had plenty of run-ins with Mourinho, during his ill-fated spell with Barcelona in 2009/10. However, the Blues boss has described working with the world-class striker as "easy" rather than a chore. When asked by Yahoo what it was like to coach Ibrahimovic, Mourinho responded: “Easy, easy. I don’t understand when people say he is a difficult guy to work with or a difficult personality. “A difficult personality [is] when you have to work with people who don’t want to win or don’t want to improve. When you have somebody that is a winner and wants to win all the time and wants to be the best and is not afraid of the big responsibilities, I think he is very, very easy. “I only coached him for a year but it was a good year, a good experience and I rate him as one of the ...
Bayern Munich under Pep Guardiola has been going on strong and their tiki taka style of ball possession play and dominance is really frightening and proving a headache for opposing teams this season.They are favourites to defend their treble(German Bundesilga and Cup and Champions League). I believe not even Uli Hoeness going to jail for tax evasion would erode their dominance in German and European football.Bayern are the Kaisers!
Pep Guardiola, when asked about his Champions league match up against Man Utd. 'I consider us to be One, if not the best team in the world. There's only one team in Europe that's playing better than us and that's Liverpool FC'
Happy Hump Day! Last night Chelsea and Real Madrid progressed to the Quarter Finals of the Champions League. Tonight sees Man Utd try and over turn a 2-0 deficit to Olympiakos and Dortmund take on Zenit. Christiano Ronaldo scored his 50th goal for club and country! Didier Drogba received a hero's welcome at Stamford Bridge, including a hug and a kiss from Mourinho. Qatar's 2022 World Cup organisers have defended their bid for the tournament in the wake of fresh corruption claims. Aaron Ramsey has become one of Arsenal’s top earners with his new £100,000-a-week contract Inter sent director Piero Ausilio to Chelsea v Galatasaray to scout Fernando Torres & Obi Mikel Manchester United’s will Patrice Evra will join Vidic at Inter Milan this summer Pep Guardiola has come out and explained that he left Barça because he could no longer motivate the players. Let us know your predictions for tonight's games in the comment box below
The best paid managers in the world of football with Arsenal and Chelsea bosses making the top 10 [Here is the top five] 1. Jose Mourinho, Chelsea – £14.3m Yet sitting top of the pile and it’s little surprise that Mourinho emerges as the best paid manager in world football with a tidy package from the Blues. With league titles in Portugal, England, Italy and Spain, as well as two Champions League triumphs, the 51-year-old can almost demand what he wants in terms of pay. 2. Pep Guardiola, Bayern Munich – £12.6m After winning three La Liga titles and two Champions Leagues in four years at the Nou Camp Guardiola too a year out of football before being employed by Bayern. The Spaniard now looks set to achieve the same things at the Allianz Arena as he did in Catalonia and the German champions already look like the new force in European football. 3. Andre Villas-Boas, Zenit St. Petersburg – £12.4m A combination of factors makes AVB the third highest paid manager in the world as Tottenham Hotspur ar ...
Bayern far from untouchable: Bayern Munich have been almost untouchable in the Bundesliga but their edgy performance against Arsenal suggested that the lack of competition at domestic level could hinder their European ambitions. Bayern again found the Champions League a different proposition as they struggled to break down a surprisingly cautious Arsenal in the first half of Tuesday's game and showed vulnerabilities in defence when the visitors came at them in the final half hour. The last time Bayern failed to win a competitive game was also in the Champions League last December, when they squandered a 2-0 lead and lost 3-2 at home to Manchester City. Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger also faced Bayern last season in the round of 16 and was able to make a brief comparison between last year's Champions League-winning side, coached by Jupp Heynckes, and Pep Guardiola's version this year. "Bayern are a good side but they were more vulnerable this season than last year," he told a news conference after the game. ...
This time last year, on a steamy night inside the Allianz Arena, the great and the good in this Bayern Munich team wobbled in a way we have never seen before. Manuel Neuer looked at his captain Philipp Lahm to ask what could be done. Lahm looked at Arjen Robben. Robben looked at Toni Kroos. Kroos looked at Thomas Muller. Blank faces all round. Only Arsenal, with dramatic strikes from Olivier Giroud and Laurent Koscielny, had the answers in a powerful Champions League performance. Instead it ended for Arsenal in a way that it always seems to end for them these days - glorious failure. Bayern, under coach Jupp Heynckes, squeaked through and went on to win the trophy. This evening, when Arsenal step into this giant hot- air balloon of a stadium on the outskirts of Munich, they will need the same again and more following a 2-0 first-leg defeat at the Emirates if they are to topple Pep Guardiola's team.
What is Pep Guardiola's only concern against Arsenal in the Champions League 2nd leg tie? Ball Possession!.
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Arsenal face a very tough test in Munich, say the stats Arsenal face a daunting task to overturn a 2-0 first-leg deficit away to reigning European champions Bayern Munich on Tuesday night. Bayern won a Champions League, Bundesliga and German Cup treble last season under Jupp Heynckes and have been similarly imperious this term too under new boss Pep Guardiola. Here Press Association picks out some key statistics which underline just how tough a test the Gunners will face. :: Bayern have not lost a home game in the Bundesliga since October 28, 2012, when they were beaten 2-1 by Bayer Leverkusen. In the process they have scored 78 goals and conceded just 11. :: Bayern have set a new Bundesliga record by going 49 games unbeaten, surpassing the previous record held by Hamburg which stood at 36 games in 1982-83. :: They have scored at least once in their last 61 Bundesliga matches. :: They are currently on a Bundesliga-record 16-game winning streak, last dropping points at Bayer Leverkusen on October 5, 2013. ...
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola warns his players not to get complacent during Tuesday's Champions League encounter with Arsenal.
Visitors seek last 16 comebacks (FIFA.com) Monday 10 March 2014 Share Upsets are required this week if the four away teams in UEFA Champions League action on Tuesday and Wednesday still hope to grace the quarter-finals, each of them having come out second best in their round of 16 openers. AC Milan travel to face Atletico Madrid knowing they must score at least twice on Spanish soil, while Arsenal and Manchester City face the even stiffer challenge of posting three-goal wins, with the Gunners facing holders Bayern Munich and City visiting Barcelona. The hardest task of all belongs to Bayer Leverkusen, however, as they must recover from a humbling 4-0 home loss to Paris Saint-Germain. The Bundesliga club need something akin to a miracle in france, even if three teams down the years have bounced back from four-goal first-leg defeats to progress in Europe. Match of the day Atletico Madrid-AC Milan (1-0), Estadio Vicente Calderon, Madrid, Tuesday 20.45 "The wind may change directions, but class is permanent - ...
Lahm: I can't wait for the World Cup (FIFA.com) Wednesday 5 March 2014 Share As the respective coaches of Germany and Bayern Munich, Joachim Low and Pep Guardiola may not have much in common. However, one trait they do share is a blind faith in Philipp Lahm. Given the 30-year-old's consummate ease in possession, both coaches now view the full-back as a viable candidate to play in holding midfield. Lahm is currently at the peak of an already illustrious career, having led Bayern to UEFA Champions League and FIFA Club World Cup triumphs last year, as well as being included in the FIFA/FIFPro World XI. Yet while the Munich native has won everything possible at club level, he still has one unfulfilled ambition to achieve with Germany this summer in Brazil. FIFA.com spoke exclusively to the 104-time international about his dream of spreading the Bayern winning mentality to Germany at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™, and why the three-time world champions now have the necessary maturity to lift the title afte ...
If Bayern win Champions League this year.. Hands down, Pep Guardiola is the best manager of all time
SPORTS UPDATE WITH EMMAH ATAI: Arsene Wenger has accused Arjen Robben of diving to get Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny sent off, which led to a 2-0 defeat by Bayern Munich. To make matters worse on a miserable night for Arsenal, Szczesny is facing a UEFA probe after making a rude gesture following his sending-off. Pep Guardiola admits he was "so happy" to see Bayern Munich beat Arsenal 2-0 after losing on his two previous visits to Emirates Stadium.The ex-Barcelona coach endured two winless visits with his former Spanish employers but expressed his delight after the triumph. Garry Monk says he is "level-headed" enough to face the biggest test of his fledgling coaching career when Swansea host Napoli in the Europa League. Monk, named interim manager after Michael Laudrup was sacked on 4 February, will today lead the Swans as they tackle the Italian giants in the last 32. Samir Nasri insists Manchester City can beat Barcelona at the Camp Nou and keep alive their Champions League hopes since they are not as ...
Brilliant Neuer lays foundation for Bayern triumph It may have finished with the Germans two goals to the good but the Champions League tie at the Emirates was very much decided by the man in the Bayern goal. That Bayern Munich are ahead in this last-16 tie is down to Manuel Neuer, not Toni Kroos or Thomas Muller. The majority of the second half may have played out like a lot of Bayern matches play out - with Pep Guardiola's team in the Arsenal half, probing and dragging the opposition from side to side looking for an opening, but they were given that right to compete by a virtuoso display from Neuer in the Bayern goal. For all the passes, all the possession and all the shots on target, this win was very easy to analyse. It was the goalkeeper who won it for them. The half-time break brought a turnaround, not only in their fortunes against 10 men, but in their strategy. Those 15 minutes gave Bayern the chance to calm down and remind themselves of their superiority. Were it not for Neuer, that would not hav ...
"Pep Guardiola (Bayern Munich Manager) : "Champions League would be boring without Liverpool""
Arsenal vs. Bayern Munich Preview, kick off time 10.45pm Arsenal Arsene Wenger will have a fairly fresh team after he rested a number of his first choice players for the FA Cup win over Liverpool. Santi Cazorla, Olivier Giroud, Kieran Gibbs, Wojciech Szczesny and Bacary Sagna will all return to the starting lineup. Tomas Rosicky could play on the right, while Jack Wilshere could come into central midfield with Mikel Arteta suspended. Bayern Munich Franck Ribery misses out as expected, along with Holger Badstuber. Xherdan Shaqiri picked up a knock at the weekend and he too will sit this one out. Philipp Lahm should play in the defensive midfield role that Pep Guardiola has been using him. Mario Mandzukic could return after missing out at the weekend due to suspension, but Mario Götze would be unfortunate to miss out. He or Thomas Müller could play as a false 9. Match Facts Bayern have scored at least 2 goals in 10 of their last 11 matches in the Champions League (including qualifiers). There have been ov ...
It seems almost an eternity ago that Arsenal came within a Nicklas Bendtner missed chance from dumping the then 'greatest side on the planet', Barcelona, out of the Champions League. Back then, at the Nou Camp in 2011, Arsenal had the likes of Samir Nasri, Cesc Fabregas and, before his sending off, Robin Van Persie. When Arsenal face the latest 'greatest side on the planet' in Bayern Munich, they'll have a team that's arguably every bit as good as the one that gave Pep Guardiola's Barcelona a scare just over three years ago. The Gunners have Jack Wilshere, who is far more mature a player than he was on that night at Camp Nou, record signing Mesut Ozil and midfield enforcer Mathieu Flamini to call upon, and even without the injured Aaron Ramsey and suspended Mikel Arteta the Gunners' midfield is looking stronger than ever. But despite the abundance of talent Arsenal have to call upon, it could well be another midfielder that proves the difference when they face the Champions of Europe. Our friends at Squaw ...
Arsenal v Bayern Munich: The win that kick-started a Gunners revival Comments (276) Arsenal face Champions League holders Bayern Munich at Emirates Stadium after taking two significant steps on the road to recovery from their public humiliation at Liverpool. Manager Arsene Wenger knew his side needed a response to that 5-1 defeat at Anfield with their season reaching defining moments on three fronts. This has been achieved with a solid, if unspectacular, clean sheet in the goalless draw at home to Manchester United and then by exacting revenge on Liverpool with an FA Cup fifth round victory at the Emirates. So with the Premier League ship steadied and FA Cup progress secured, the greatest test of all now comes in the shape of a last-16 Champions League meeting with Bayern, arguably Europe's finest side now under the guidance of coach Pep Guardiola, twice a winner in this competition with Barcelona. And with confidence being rebuilt in the past week, can Arsenal take further solace in their victory in The ...
Alan Smith says Arsenal face an 'incredibly difficult' task against Bayern Munich on Wednesday night. The Gunners host the reigning Champions League title-holders and Bundesliga leaders at the Emirates live on Sky this week in the first of their two-leg knockout round contest. The fixture comes midway through a mixed month for the North London side, who have slipped from the Premier League summit after a 5-1 thrashing by Liverpool but also recorded an FA Cup win over the same opponents and drawn with Manchester United in February. However, ex-Arsenal striker Smith says his former club must be at their absolute best when they tackle Pep Guardiola's side. "You've got to fear for Arsenal against what is probably the best team in Europe," he told The Footballers' Football Show. "Bayern just look formidable and without a weakness. "Arsenal have got to do everything right and particularly defensively they have to be spot on. They've got a chance but only a very slim chance over two legs. It's going to be incred ...
Gerard Pique and Gerardo Martino both played down the potentially explosive impact of another ‘Copa clasico’ final after Barcelona’s 1-1 semifinal second leg draw at Real Sociedad sent the Catalan side through 3-1 on aggregate to meet Real Madrid in this season’s Copa del Rey decider. and Real Madrid last met in the Copa del Rey final in 2011, when Los Blancos triumphed. ENDTomas: Clasico confirmed • Rigg: Clasico awaits Real • Train: Madrid stroll into final The “storm of clasicos” in 2011 saw the rivalry between the two reach a nadir. With Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola on the benches, Madrid won a scrappy Copa del Rey final at the Mestalla through a Cristiano Ronaldo header, but Barca won La Liga and progressed to the Champions League final after two controversial semifinal games -- leading to Mourinho claiming a conspiracy reaching as far as UNICEF had denied his side. This year’s Copa final is set to return to Valencia, and to be played in April, on either Friday 18 or Saturday 19. ...
If you take a moment to digest the many glittering highlights of Messi's career so far, this is actually a far more difficult question to answer than you think. The player himself has often said that he does not care for individual awards, according to Spanish newspaper El Pais (via Inside Spanish Football), but four consecutive Ballon D'Or's cannot simply be ignored. Scoring against every La Liga team consecutively is surely a record that will never be equalled and must go down as one of his best ever accomplishments. An unbelievable return of 91 goals in a calendar year is also likely to stand the test of time. Being a major part of Pep Guardiola's sextuple-winning side, a feat never before achieved in 150 years of football around the world. Becoming Barcelona's all-time record scorer, and about to become leading El Clasico scorer, leading Champions League scorer and all-time highest scorer in La Liga. None of these achievements are insignificant, and there are others. Perhaps it won't even be anything ...
Bayern Munich star Xherdan Shaqiri is reportedly being lined up by Liverpool as an alternative to Chelsea-bound Mohamed Salah. Reds boss Brendan Rodgers was looking to snap up Swiss outfit FC Basel's Egyptian star Salah before the transfer window slams shut next Friday night, but Chelsea launched a counter-bid and appear to have secured his signature in a reported £12million deal. It leaves the Northern Irishman still searching to bolster his squad at Anfield as the Reds are in a great position to end their four-year exile from Champions League football this term. And 22-year-old Switzerland international, Shaqiri, is thought to be the man in Rodgers' sights as the player has struggled for first-team action at the Allianz Arena under both current coach Pep Guardiola and former boss Jupp Heynckes. Shaqiri would no doubt relish a move to Anfield, where he would have a greater chance of playing regular football in the build-up to the summer's World Cup in Brazil. But Guardiola will possibly want to keep the ...
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KLOPP AND FERGUSON COMPLETE THE PODIUM Heynckes Wins FIFA World Coach of the Year As expected, Jupp Heynckes won the FIFA World Coach of the Year Award. The now retired German manager had an outstanding final season with Bayern Munich, winning the Champions League, the Bundesliga and the German Cup. The other two finalists were Borussia Dortmund coach, Jürgen Klopp, and Former Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson. Heynckes is only the fourth winner of an award previously won by José Mourinho (2010), Pep Guardiola (2011) and Vicente Del Bosque (2012). In the award's previous three editions, both Guardiola and Mourinho were nominated. Del Bosque was a finalist in 2010 and 2012, whilst Sir Alex Ferguson was runner-up in 2011.
Xavi attacks Mourinho: His teams do not leave a legacy The Spain star slammed the Former Real Madrid and Inter boss' style of play, while also criticising Roberto Di Matteo’s Champions League-winning Chelsea side.. Barcelona midfielder Xavi has launched another attack on Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, hitting out at ‘The Special One’s’ footballing philiosophy. The Spain international, who was regularly critical of the Portuguese while he was in charge ofClasicorivals Real Madrid, insists Pep Guardiola and Johan Cruyff are examples of coaches who want their sides to play football in the right way. “Pep Guardiola is an important person for me - Jose Mourinho is a coach who focuses only on results,” Xavi toldPanenka magazine. “He says he is ‘The Special One’ because he won this and that in so many countries but I do not like the way his teams play. “Who remembers the Inter side who were champions of Europe? For me, he has not left a legacy, unlike Cruyff has in the Netherlands.” Xavi was . ...
«Bayern Munich to beat Arsenal in race for £10m next Mertesacker» Arsenal may have to act fast if they are serious about signing Matthias Ginter. Bayern Munich are reported to have stolen a march on Champions League opponents Arsenal in the race to sign Matthias Ginter. The defender, tipped to replace Per Mertesacker in the German national team, currently plays for Freiburg in the Bundesliga. German magazine SportBild report that champions Bayern Munich are eyeing him to strengthen their already strong side and have opened discussions over his future. They write Ginter would fit into their plans as a replacement for Daniel van Buyten, who is 35, while Holger Badstuber is suffering a serious knee injury. Ginter's versatility to play as a defensive midfielder would also appeal to Pep Guardiola. The Mirror reported back in the summer that Arsenal had sent scouts to watch the German prospect and had also approached Freiburg about a deal, although he appears not to be a priority at present. Bayern's interes ...
SPORTS NEWS UPDATE: With Emmah. ATHLETICS: Moscow World Championships marathon winner, Stephen Kiprotich yesterday retained the athlete of the year title for the second time in a row.He picked the top award from Special Presidential Assistant in charge of communications Sarah Kagingo, which came with a sh1.5m purse at the MTN Sponsored Athlete-of-the-year gala held at Serena Victoria Hall over the weekend. FOOTBALL: Former Uganda Cranes star ,Jackson Mayanja is advocating for local coaches to manage the team. Meanwhile,Ugandan midfielder Musa Mudde is back to the Kenyan football league after he penned a two year contract at AFC Leopards. INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL: Arsenal must see off an arguably stronger Bayern, managed by Pep Guardiola, if they are to enjoy a run in the competition this time round. Guardiola's old side Barcelona will be Man City's first test in a Champions League knockout encounter, while Chelsea drew Galatasaray to ensure club legend Didier Drogba a return to Stamford Bridge. Manuel Pe .. ...
Borussia Dortmund's dramatic late win over Marseille and Schalke's victory over Basel ensured they joined Bayer Leverkusen and defending champions Bayern Munich in Monday's draw for the last 16. It was up to Dortmund-born Kevin Grosskreutz to complete the quartet, when his last-gasp strike secured a 2-1 win at the Stade Velodrome, and with it Dortmund’s place in the knockout stages as runners-up in Group D. Schalke, meanwhile, beat Basel 2-0 to seal second spot in Group E. German football magazine kicker hailed "The Historic Four" on Thursday's front page. With the German flag as the background, Pep Guardiola, Juergen Klopp, Sami Hyypia and Jens Keller all glance at the Champions League trophy. "Right now, I regard the Bundesliga as the strongest league in Europe," former Germany captain Lothar Matthaeus commented in his kicker column. "That’s why I have indeed expected all four teams to reach the round of the last 16 in Champions League." Since the introduction of the round of 16 in the 2003-04 seaso ...
Pep Guardiola says Bayern Munich's 3-2 Champions League defeat to Manchester City will serve as an important lesson for his side.
Guardiola calm over Champions League defeat: Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola is not overly concerned by his ...
Bayern coach Pep Guardiola has laughed off reports Manchester City have tabled a 48 million euros bid (£40m) for Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, ahead of tonights Champions League clash. Read more details here:
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Mourinho willing to let Chelsea star leave for Bayern Munich in £41m January transfer The Portuguese boss is open to allowing Luiz to transfer to Germany. Chelsea defender David Luiz is the subject of interest from German giants Bayern Munich and Jose Mourinho is willing to let the Brazilian leave in January for £41m, reports A Bola. The 26-year-old was one of the Blues best players last season, but Mourinho has concerns over Luiz’s defensive capabilities and has generally preferred a partnership of Gary Cahill and captain John Terry. This lack of game time is frustrating for the South American and the chance to switch to the Allianz Arena would be a prospect most players would find difficult to turn down. Bayern are currently a treble-winning club after securing the Bundesliga title, German Cup and Champions League in 2012/13. Since then maverick coach Pep Guardiola has also taken over as manager and the Spaniard is a great draw for top players. Luiz would also be able to link up with fellow Brazilia ...
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