Pep Guardiola & Alexis Sanchez
Josep Pep Guardiola i Sala (born 18 January 1971) is a Spanish football manager and former player. Alexis Alejandro Sánchez Sánchez (born 19 December 1988), is a Chilean footballer who plays as a forward for FC Barcelona and for the Chilean national team./5
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Pep Guardiola shouts at an injured Alexis Sanchez after playing too much football and not resting.
Transfer news :- 1. Man City to offer Hart in exchange for Lloris Manchester City will offer Tottenham Joe Hart in exchange for Hugo Lloris in a goalkeeping shake-up at the Etihad Stadium. Source: L'Equipe 2. Barcelona targeting Javi Martinez Barcelona is looking at Javi Martinez, who could play in defense and in midfield. Under Pep Guardiola, Martinez has only played 11 times as a starter. Source: Mundo Deportivo 3. Manchester United targeting Kolasinac from Schalke The Red Devils are scouting the left back from FC Schalke 04, according to Bild. Source: Bild 4. Sanchez is the Juventus plan Juventus is monitoring Alexis Sanchez and would like to bring him in on loan with a view to full ownership after one season for 20 million euros. Source: Tuttosport 5. Arsenal wants Coleman in swap deal Arsenal is keen on a move for Everton right back Seamus Coleman and is prepared to use Mikel Arteta in any potential deal. Source: Football Direct News 6. Inter Milan president Erick Thohir has denied that he has held d ...
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
I liked a video Pep Guardiola yells at Alexis Sanchez for his new injury! Angry
Jose Mourinho to Barcelona. 2. Lionel Messi to Real Madrid 3. Cristiano Ronaldo to Barcelona 4. Sir Alex Ferguson to Chelsea 5. Pep Guardiola to Real Madrid 6. Wayne Rooney to Chelsea 7. Alexis Sanchez to Arsenal 8. Mario Gotze to Arsenal 9. Steven Gerard to Chelsea 10.vidic to kano pillas April fool good mony palz appy new month.
Alexis Sanchez is probably the biggest flop signing Pep Guardiola made. Can't believe are linked with him, awful.
Tito not too unhappy with Barca's win Barcelona's comeback victory over Spartak Moscow in their Champions League opener on Wednesday proved Tito Vilanova was settling into the Nou Camp hot seat but not before revealing some worrying problems in defence. It needed the risky introduction of forwards Alexis Sanchez and David Villa, leaving only three at the back, and a late double from World Player of the Year Lionel Messi to finish off the Russian visitors, who had taken a 2-1 lead but Vilanova did not complain. "I'm not unhappy," Vilanova told a news conference. "We have attacked as we had to do. We have changed the way we played, we took risks and we won. "I would have preferred to have won easily, but this game will serve us all well." Pep Guardiola's former assistant has a tough act replacing a club idol who led the side to four consecutive Champions League semifinals, and two European Cup triumphs on the way to a 14-trophy haul. Vilanova was flirting with Barca's first home defeat in 17 European outing ...
Goal.com shared the following link and had this to say about it: Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez hopes to add more consistency to his play in his second season at Camp Nou. Do you believe the Chile international can have a major impact with Pep Guardiola gone? Sanchez aims to contribute more after finally recovering from the injuries that typified his first season in Spain
Take a look at Pep Guardiola yelling at Alexis Sanchez for his latest injury!
The eyes of the world will turn to Camp Nou on Tuesday when Barcelona host Chelsea in the Champions League semi-finals. Reigning champions Barca trail Chelsea 1-0 following their surprise defeat in the first leg at Stamford Bridge last Wednesday. Chelsea have been well below their best for much of the season, and few observers gave them a chance of upsetting Pep Guardiola's team. The home side did indeed see little of the ball during the 90 minutes, but somehow snatched a goal through veteran striker Didier Drogba just before the half-time whistle. Alexis Sanchez and Pedro Rodriguez hit the woodwork for Barca, and Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech was called upon several times to deny the visitors. Given the prize on offer, it would appear the coaches of both teams are prioritising Wednesday's return fixture over domestic considerations. Chelsea's interim manager Roberto Di Matteo made a raft of changes for his team's visit to Arsenal in the English Premier League on Saturday, a match which ended in a 0-0 draw ...
Camp Nou, Barcelona by Jerrad Peters Both sides come into Saturday’s Clasico with close to full squads, which is unusual for this stage of the season. Striker David Villa (tibia) has missed all of 2012 for Barcelona and is in a race to recover in time for Euro 2012 while winger Ibrahim Afellay, having only recently been given clearance to resume full training, is unlikely to even be on the bench for Real Madrid’s visit. Left-back Eric Abidal underwent a liver transplant last week and there is no timetable for his return. The only pressing concern for Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola involves Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez, who picked up a minor leg injury against Chelsea in the Champions League and may be forced to start from the bench. Should that happen, Pedro (one of only four players to have scored more than one Clasico goal over the past 12 months) will likely play from the beginning. Guardiola is also expected to restore Gerard Pique to the centre of defense on Saturday. The 6-foot-4 25-year-old ...
Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta labelled his side's Champions League defeat to Chelsea "unjust" but admitted the Catalans were the architects of their own downfall because of a lack of ruthlessness in front of goal. - Terry: Drogba put fear into Barca - Palmer: Chelsea find the blueprint - Drogba: Chelsea have learnt lessons - Di Matteo: We've answered critics - Chelsea v Barcelona gallery A Didier Drogba goal was enough to give Chelsea a 1-0 semi-final first-leg victory at Stamford Bridge as Pep Guardiola's side squandered a host of a chances. Barca enjoyed their customary lion's share of possession, with Iniesta and Xavi at their instrumental best, but Alexis Sanchez, Cesc Fabregas and Sergio Buquets all missed glit-edged opportunities to score an away goal. "The result is unjust but we knew that Chelsea are a team that take advantage of their opportunities,'' Iniesta told Barcelona's official website. "We were off target in front of goal but we still have the return leg at home. "We have the feelin ...
Chile's Borghi: It is no one's fault that Alexis Sanchez got injured La Roja's trainer has assured that the national team is not to blame for the attacker's injury, while admitting that he understands the concerns of club coaches Chile coach Claudio Borghi has rejected the notion that his side were responsible for the muscular injury suffered by Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez last month. The former Udinese ace spent two weeks on the sidelines after sustaining a slight tear in the adductor muscle of his right leg in his substitute appearance during Barca's 3-1 victory against Sporting Gijon in early March. After the game, Barca coach Pep Guardiola blamed the Chile national team for the injury and said that Alexis was given the nod to play even though he lacked match sharpness. "It is hard to tell a player to step onto the pitch and not give his all," Borghi told Esports COPE. "We understand that if the player is fine, he can play. He got injured and it is no one's fault, it was an accident and we hope it ...
Left-back Adriano also made his comeback from injury against Athletic and is expected to feature while coach Pep Guardiola confirmed that playmaker Cesc Fabregas is available again after recovering from a back problem. The former Arsenal star is competing for a spot up front with Pedro alongside Lionel Messi, who was denied by the Rossoneri defence in the first leg, and Alexis Sanchez.
'Great teams are above complaining' 29 Mar 2012 10:52:35 Great teams are above complaining, Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola said as he tried to avoid criticising a dreadful San Siro pitch and controversial refereeing during his team's 0-0 Champions League quarterfinal first leg draw wish AC Milan on Wednesday. "To win the Champions League, you have to overcome a lot of things, that's what makes some sportsmen better than others," Guardiola told reporters. "Things happen and you have to overcome then." "We have won a lot in the last four years, but we have also drawn and lost matches. "After a draw or defeat, we have never complained about a refereeing decision or the pitch, maybe we have done so after winning but not after a draw or defeat." Barcelona players felt they should have had a penalty early in the match when forward Alexis Sanchez appeared to be tripped by Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati. Their players also struggled to keep their footing on a San Siro pitch where huge divots were frequently th ...
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