Pep Guardiola & Brendan Rodgers

Josep Pep Guardiola i Sala (born 18 January 1971) is a Spanish football manager and former player. Brendan Rodgers (born 26 January 1973) is a Northern Irish former footballer who is currently the manager of Swansea City. 5.0/5

Pep Guardiola Brendan Rodgers Manchester City Bayern Munich Roberto Martinez Luis Suarez Jose Mourinho Premier League Champions League Roberto Mancini Fabio Capello Arsene Wenger Manchester United Allianz Arena Xherdan Shaqiri Kenny Dalglish Roberto Di Matteo

Brendan Rodgers' Celtic didn't disappoint as they ended Pep Guardiola's 100% record as Man City boss. h…
Brendan Rodgers showed the world how to get at Pep Guardiola's Manchester City.
Pep Guardiola has made a three time PL winning manager look like Brendan Rodgers with cholera in 37 mins.
Brendan Rodgers is the Pep Guardiola of English Premier League.
Fact!! I don't care what you say! Tactically and technically, Brendan Rodgers is a better manager than Pep Guardiola. C…
When the fk did Brendan Rodgers become pep guardiola.couldnt clean his boots.plasticine/horse nosed,shergar nashered ***
Liverpool have been given a hands-off warning from Bayern Munich in their pursuit of World Cup star Xherdan Shaqiri. The Bayern Munich midfielder has been watched by Brendan Rodgers as the Anfield manager looks to add firepower to his side in the wake of Luis Suarez's departure to Barcelona. The 22-year-old, who joined the Bundesliga champions from FC Basel in 2012, scored a hat-trick against Honduras in the World Cup and has been on the radar of many of Europe's top sides. Italian giants Roma had been thought to be close to snapping up the midfieder, who has made 42 appearances and scored 10 times for the Bavarians, from under the nose of Liverpool but Bayern sporting director Matthias Sammer has quashed suggestions Shaqiri will leave the Allianz Arena. In an interview with Kicker , the former Germany defender said Pep Guardiola has no intention of selling the the Swiss national because "he is an important player for the club".
Xherdan Shaqiri Xherdan ShaqiriReuters Liverpool are reportedly leading the race ahead of Manchester United to sign Xherdan Shaqiri - after Merseyside officials opened talks with Bayern Munich over a £16m summer deal. Brendan Rodgers was reportedly keen on signing the 22-year-old winger during the January transfer window after failing to bring Mohamed Salah to the club, but German newspaper BILD claim that a move to Merseyside is now likely to happen this summer. BILD claims Liverpool officials recently opened preliminary talks with Bayern regarding a summer move – and the Reds are prepared to launch a £16m to complete the deal. The Switzerland international joined the Bundesliga giants from Basel in 2012 for around £10m but has since struggled for regular football both under Jupp Heynckes and Pep Guardiola. After making just 10 Bundesliga starts last season - despite scoring six goals - Shaqiri himself recently suggested a summer move to the Premier League was possible– hinting Liverpool could be ...
Hibernian should be going down the route of a young head of youth development or reserves from the English Premier League... Pep Guardiola, Brendan Rodgers, Jose Mourinho... All young boys with big ideas starting from the bottom.
Bring Jose Mourihno,Pep Guardiola,Roberto Mancini,Brendan Rodgers or any top manager and i'm telling you he'll quit after 5 games.
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.
Latest rumours in the global transfer market: 1. Arsenal to launch £30m Benzema bid Arsenal are ready to make a £30 million move for Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema, who could be made available byLos Blancosas he enters the final year of his contract and with the club keen to sign Luis Suarez. Source: Daily Telegraph 2. Man Utd line up Martins Indi & Hummels Manchester United have made Borussia Dortmund centre-back Mats Hummels and Feyenoord defender Bruno Martins Indi their prime targets this summer to replace Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand. Source: Daily Express 3. Sevilla's Moreno tops Liverpool wishlist Liverpool have made Sevilla's 21-year-old defender Alberto Moreno their No.1 left-back target. Brendan Rodgers is a huge admirer of the Spaniard, who could cost around £15 million. Source: Liverpool Echo 4. Bayern want £25m-rated David Luiz Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola is set to battle former club Barcelona for the signing for £25m-rated Chelsea defender David Luiz - thoughdie Rotenmay need ...
FOOTBALL TALK; Who do you consider the World's best tactician/coach right now? Jose Mourinho, Dieo Simeone, Carlo Ancelotti, Brendan Rodgers, Pep Guardiola.ETC... Join Andrew Kabuura for this debate and more on the
Just as Liverpool could only march right into Mourinho's trap on Sunday. Why is tactical inflexibility seen as admirable? Kudos to Pep Guardiola and Brendan Rodgers for falling for the same trick three times in one week.
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
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 ...
Liverpool are readying a hopeful move for Bayern Munich youngster Xherdan Shaqiri according to Sports Direct News. Anfield boss Brendan Rodgers did appear to be closing in on a move to sign FC Basel's Mohamed Salah but the Egyptian international is now seemingly set to complete a deal to sign for Chelsea and the Northern Irish boss is making alternative plans. 22 year old Swiss international Shaqiri would be a very useful addition to the Liverpool attack and whilst he is certainly not a regular in Pep Guardiola's Allianz Arena starting eleven he is certainly a player with great potential and as such may well be a player the Bundesliga club wants to keep. Shaqiri has started just three Bundesliga fixtures this season and could be tempted by the offer of more regular first team football. With Iago Aspas failing to make an impact, Victor Moses not featuring regularly since making a loan move to Liverpool, and Fabio Borini likely to leave the Merseyside club on a permanent basis following his temporary switch ...
LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS 1. Barcelona defender Adriano has revealed PSG captain Thiago Silva is eager to join the Spanish champions Barcelona this summer. 2. Fernandinho says Man City are one of world's best clubs & has thanked them for bringing him to England. 3. David Moyes says Wayne Rooney is not for sale and claims striker is in 'the best shape' he has been for many years. 4. Kolo Toure feels Luis Suarez can fulfil his ambitions at Liverpool but says club will ultimately decide his future. 5. Manuel Pellegrini has revealed he had the opportunities of taking the Manchester City and Liverpool managers' job. 6. Swansea cruised to a 10-0 pre-season victory over Haaglandia with Rory Donnelly scoring a nine-minute hat-trick. 7. Everton have signed Barcelona youngster Gerard Deulofeu on a season-long loan. 8. Pep Guardiola: I want Bayern Munich to sign Thiago Alcantara. 9. Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is keeping tabs on Galatasaray striker Burak Yilmaz, according to reports. 10. Roma legend Francesco Totti ha ...
Marca splash with the claim today that Luis Suarez agreed personal terms “weeks ago” on a move to Real Madrid. However, Suarez is now exploring other offers (which could include Premier League rivals Manchester City) due to the delay in Real Madrid making an offer to Liverpool. Now Carlo Ancelotti is installed as Real Madrid coach, Los Blancos will decide whether to bid 47 million euros (his release clause, according to Marca) for Suarez. The decision rests with Ancelotti and Marca suggest Suarez now has other offers available, comparable in financial terms. Suarez has reportedly grown impatient whilst at the Confederations Cup and new Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola is also tracking developments. Much like many other players who could be on the move (e.g. Gonzalo Higuain, David Luiz), the transfer market now looks set to get busier after Carlo Ancelotti and Laurent Blanc were installed at Real Madrid and PSG, respectively on Tuesday. Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has been very busy in the transfer ...
He's not going anywhere! Liverpool Manager Brendan Rodgers has told clubs wanting to sign Luis Suarez in the summer to forget about because his star striker is going nowhere. Suarez is under contract with Liverpool until 2018 having only just signed a new long-term contract and Rodgers insisted the Uruguayan international will not be leaving Anfield with suitors circling with potential £40million offers. Source: Sportinglife Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has declared an interest in signing Suarez in the summer, while new Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola has also been credited with interest ahead of taking over at the Bundesliga club at the end of the season. However, speaking at his pre-match press conference ahead of Liverpool’s trip to Wigan in the Premier League, Rodgers insists that he will not be considering any approaches for Suarez, who has formed an impressive partnership with Daniel Sturridge. Rodgers said: “I haven’t seen anything different that would make me feel he wouldn’t ...
Two bits of interesting news for you reds today: | West Ham and Liverpool have agreed a £14m fee for Andy Carroll next season. | Brendan Rodgers: "I've talked with Guardiola about Suárez." Brendan Rodgers said he has talked with Pep Guardiola over Luis Suárez and the Bayern manager knows Suarez is happy at Liverpool. Brendan Rodgers: "Guardiola is a good guy. I was talking about the future and development and he was reciprocal that Luis is loving it here. "Luis is enjoying the style and the way of working. His desire is to see Liverpool progress and that is why he signed a new contract." Who would you buy with the money that we will get if we do sell Andy Carroll to West Ham? And do you still think that Suarez is going to go in the summer? (Mo)
Liverpool fans: it’s time to press the panic button. German newspaper Bild has reported Luis Suarez as saying ”If one day the club made an offer for me, we will sit down and see what is the best for everyone.” Despite the Uruguayan repeatedly assuring the Liverpool faithful that he wants to stay, this will set alarm bells ringing all over Merseyside with Bayern Munich reportedly very interested in making Suarez their marquee signing of the new Pep Guardiola era. Thoughts? Do you think Suarez will go this summer? (Mo)
Brendan Rodgers, Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp, to just sit and learn from them
On the Sports Centre: There's more condemnation of Luis Suarez, but this time it comes from his manager! We'll hear from Brendan Rodgers at his news conference. Arsene Wenger also has the latest on Theo Walcott's new contract. We speak to agent Barry Silkman after he helped broker the deal to take Demba Ba to Chelsea but he's amazed more clubs weren't in for the striker. We've also news of potential deals for Fulham, Reading and Wigan. Elsewhere, a Bundesliga commentator tells us why Pep Guardiola's move to Bayern is a major coup. Plus Swindon are looking for investment in their club with Chief Exec Nick Watkins our guest later. We also hear from Laura Robson after a stunning win at the Australian Open.
LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS ROUNDUP: Luis Suarez was at the centre of a new cheat storm last night after admitting he took a dive against Stoke. Manchester United Chief Executive David Gill has confirmed the club want to sign Crystal Palace sensation Wilfried Zaha. Jose Mourinho became football's most wanted man yesterday after Pep Guardiola left Manchester City and Chelsea in the lurch. Ian Ayre says the signing of Daniel Sturridge proves Liverpool's US owners were right to veto a summer move for Clint Dempsey. Harry Redknapp believes the monster new TV deal justifies his QPR club record deal for Loic Remy. Reading are ready to smash their transfer record by paying £8.3million for Celta Vigo striker Iago Aspas. Louis Saha will be the first victim of Martin O'Neill's Sunderland shake-up. Tom Ince has seen his return to Liverpool put on hold - because Blackpool are refusing to take Brendan Rodgers' calls. Norwich want to finance an ambitious move for Gary Hooper by selling Simeon Jackson to Wolves. Aston Villa m ...
Rodgers resigned on my game and was replaced by...Pep Guardiola. Brendan I love you but this would be brilliant!
Premier League News & Transfer Gossips = Everton are poised to re-sign defender Joleon Lescott on loan from Manchester City, which would allow them to sell defender John Heitinga and use that fee to buy two strikers Kevin Gameiro of PSG and Wissam Ben Yedderof Toulouse. = Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill will move out Fraizer Campbell and Titus Bramble as part of a major overhaul in the wind ow. = Liverpool are monitoring Feyenoord defender Stefan de Vrij, with their centre-half Daniel Agger still on Manchester City's radar. = Pep Guardiola has revealed that Arsenal are his first choice of clubs in the Premier League, according to reports. = Tottenham have been linked with a January move for Inter Milan playmaker Wesley Sneijder, according to reports in Italy. = Inter Milan have entered the chase for Manchester United target Robert Lewandowski, according to reports from Italy. = Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to hand Brad Jones a new contract to stop him leaving on a free next summer. = Liverpool b ...
TODAY PAPER TALK West Ham will find out today if they have won their bid to move into the Olympic Stadium. The London Legacy Development Corporation board meet to decide the preferred bidders in the latest instalment of the long-running saga about the future of the venue. THE SUN Pepe Reina's future at Liverpool is under threat, with Manager Brendan Rodgers considering January moves for Birmingham's England goalkeeper Jack Butland or German prospect Ron-Robert Zieler. DAILY MAIL Man Utd manager Sir Alex Ferguson is ready to gamble by starting Wayne Rooney against Cluj in the Champions League ahead of this weekend's derby at Man City. THE DAILY TELEGRAPH Swansea striker Michu is a target for Napoli and Genoa after his fine start to the season. DAILY MIRROR Chelsea have finally found something the hapless Fernando Torres is good at - defending corners. DAILY EXPRESS Chelsea have been told to back off Pep Guardiola or risk losing out on the Former Barcelona coach. Guardiola's advisors have made it clear he d ...
- Harry Redknapp wants to bring David Beckham to QPR. - Pep Guardiola would rather succeed Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United than take the Chelsea hotseat. Brendan Rodgers insists he has no immediate fears of getting the sack at Liverpool. - Thierry Henry will join Arsenal on loan once again in January. - Mark Clattenburg has told the FA he never wants to referee a Chelsea game again. - Roberto Mancini will find out in the next 10 days if Yaya Toure will take part in the 2013 African Nations Cup, amid claims the midfielder may opt to stay in Manchester. (Mirror)
Today's morning paper talk Roberto Di Matteo was warned he would be sacked as Chelsea boss if he axed £50m striker Fernando Torres - THE SUN Didier Drogba could make a sensational return to Chelsea in the New Year after asking FIFA for permission to join another club outside the transfer window - THE SUN Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is lining up Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic as a long-term successor to Pepe Reina - THE SUN Rafael Benitez must face the fury of Chelsea fans, who are angry at his appointment following Roberto Di Matteo's sacking - DAILY MIRROR Roberto Mancini insists he does not fear the axe following Manchester City's exit from the Champions League - DAILY MIRROR Blackburn have made a shock move to lure Tottenham goalkeeper Brad Friedel back to Ewood Park - DAILY MIRROR Rafael Benitez was approached by Chelsea before the weekend, but Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho are already waiting in the wings to replace him - DAILY STAR New York Red Bulls look set to block an Arsenal bid to sign Th ...
If you were a board executive and are assigned to select a Manager for the team, who would it be? 1. Roberto Mancini 2. Roberto Di Matteo 3. Brendan Rodgers 4. Rafael Benitez 5. Arsene Wenger 6. Sir Alex Ferguson 7. Andres Villas-Boas 8. Mark Hughes 9. Jose Mourinho 10. Pep Guardiola
Wanted pep guardiola got Brendan Rodgers.wanted Champions League place got third last in the league its a great start for liverpool!!
Amazing How our CL/FA cup win influenced so many lives: 1) Pep Guardiola says he had enough of Barca .. sacked/walked out , Manager of Barca Changes 2) King Kenny loses his job, sacked by the yanks. 3) Brendan Rodgers who signed a contract early this year with swans, says hes is committed to them .. as an indirect consequence of our win takes on Liverpoo job..Swansea lose their Manager. 4) RDM , sacked by WBA joins AVB as assistant last season, gets job of Interim Manager when AVB is sacked.. wins and becomes the Full time Manager of CFC and his name is written in our history books. 5) Eddie Newton, was jobless three months ago , joins RDM in his stint and now will be a part of coaching staff at CFC. 6)Harry Redknapp, touted as the future England manager, media favorite , almost got a finish above Arsenal for spuds .. Now has his life completely turned around .. Ignored by Engalnd, kicked out of Spuds.. must be thinking how the *** did his life change while going home back after a pint 7) Eden Hazard , a ...
Louis Van Gaal to Pep Guardiola and Mourinho. And Mourinho to Brendan Rodgers and AVB. Trees of LvG.
Football coach and blogger Jed Davies examines the 'Tiki-Taka' philosophy deployed by Barcelona under Pep Guardiola and Swansea under Brendan Rodgers.
Liverpool at first were linked with world class managers such as Frank Rijkaard, AVB and even Pep Guardiola, but they get Brendan Rodgers...
Brendan Rodgers set to be appointed as Liverpool FC manager today evening. We now have our own 'Pep Guardiola' of English Football!
I think FSG is trying to clone a Pep Guardiola with the appointment of Brendan Rodgers as manager of
Oh dear lord - how did Liverpool FC we go from considering AVB or Pep Guardiola to... Brendan Rodgers?
Brendan Rodgers is now becoming a LFC manager. Roberto Di Matteo for Swansea City if we get Pep Guardiola.
I've just heard from a reliable source that in addition to Andre Villas Boas, Didier Deschamps, Roberto Martinez, Brendan Rodgers, Frank De Boer, Fabio Cappello, Rafa Benitez and Pep Guardiola being interviewed for the vacant Liverpool FC Managers post, there will also be interviews for the Sunderland Beach Ball and the Blackburn Rovers Chicken.
- has ruled himself out as has Brendan Rodgers, Capello would be risky and Lambert again is unproven, then we get to Pep Guardiola who would
is laughing at Liverpool being turned down by Brendan Rodgers, fair play! Since his rejection, it is said that Liverpool are set to talk to Pep Guardiola. Sorry but why would he want to join liverpool after they were rejected by Bredan Rodgers? They are basically suggesting that Rodgers is a better manager than him, plus, I'm sure he'd love to mange players like Jay Spearing over Iniesta everyday of the week.
Liverpool have suffered their first snub in the search for a new manager - and it has astonishingly come from Brendan Rodgers.
Who'll have the privilege to be the next liverpool manager- Pep Guardiola (Barcelona), Fabio Capello, Jürgen Klopp (Borussia Dortmund), Frank De Boer (Ajax), Andre Villas-Boas and Didier Deschamps (Marseille). Wigan Athletic boss Roberto Martinez and Swansea’s Brendan Rodgers
Reports suggest that alongside Roberto Martinez Liverpool have also approached Pep Guardiola, Fabio Capello & Brendan Rodgers as their boss
Liverpool plan to approach Former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola as they continue their search to replace Kenny Dalglish. Wigan's Roberto Martinez and Swansea's Brendan Rodgers are set to be interviewed but Liverpool's owners feel it would be a mistake not to sound Guardiola out.
Liverpool target managers from Pep Guardiola to Roberto Martinez and Brendan Rodgers to fill Anfield hotseat
Liverpool moved rapidly to replace Kenny Dalglish yesterday with plans to approach at least eight managers from across Britain and Europe, including Wigan Athletic's Roberto Martinez, Swansea City's Brendan Rodgers, and even an ambitious bid to ascertain Pep Guardiola's interest.
Liverpool approach Pep Guardiola, Fabio Capello, Roberto Martinez and Brendan Rodgers: Liverpool's search for a new...
So it's gone from Jose Mourinho and pep guardiola to Roberto Martinez and Brendan Rodgers.
Former Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas is now the bookies' favourite to succeed Kenny Dalglish as Liverpool manager. Dalglish was sacked by the Reds after a disappointing Premier League season in which Liverpool finished eighth. Villas-Boas, who has been out of work since he was dismissed by Chelsea in early March, has been installed as 6-4 favourite with Sky Bet. Villas-Boas left the club with the Blues in fifth place in the Premier League, and caretaker boss Roberto Di Matteo guided the Blues to the FA Cup - where they beat Liverpool in the final - and the Champions League final. Wigan boss Roberto Martinez -who is reportedly a target of Aston Villa - is 4-1 and former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez and Swansea Manager Brendan Rodgers are both 7-1. Former England coach Fabio Capello is 10-1 and Pep Guardiola - who has just left Barcelona - is 20-1.
it sad 2 hear that King Kenny as been sacked as manager. who would u like 2 see as the next manager of Liverpool..? out of Rafa Benitez, Brendan Rodgers, Jurgen Klinsmann, Pep Guardiola, Roberto Martinez, Andre Vilas-Boas or someone else...?
Can u imagine Pep Guardiola working with managers like Brendan Rodgers,Paul Lambert Ian Holloway can the Fa do it.
Sorry... Jurgen Klopp, Marcelo Bielsa, Brendan Rodgers or Pep Guardiola to succeed Arsene Wenger? Pick one.
5 football managers I would love to meet are: Jose Mourinho, Guus Hiddink, Pep Guardiola, Brendan Rodgers, Carlo Ancelotti
I blindly follow the gospel of Brendan Rodgers, Pep Guardiola and Lennon. Triumvirate of inspiration managers to me
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