Pep Guardiola & Didier Drogba
Josep Pep Guardiola i Sala (born 18 January 1971) is a Spanish football manager and former player. Didier Yves Drogba Tébily (born 11 March 1978) is an Ivorian footballer who plays in the centre forward position./5
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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
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 .. ...
Football Live Scores Update wrote: * Pep Guardiola was offered blank cheque by Chelsea owner but the coach rejected * Chelsea in talks to sign Didier Drogba on loan * Roberto Mancini: I don't fear the sack * Roberto Di Matteo wouldbe very appreciated by Napoli management
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 ...
Florent Malouda Fan Page wrote: Breaking news | Didier Drogba reveals reasons for Stamford Bridge exit. Plus Pep Guardiola, Robin van Persie, Jack Wilshere, Brad Friedel and more! Watch the video here: [from GMF]
Ballon d'or Shortlist Five Premier League players have been named on the shortlist for the 2012 FIFA Ballon d'Or, including Manchester United duo Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie. Yaya Toure, Sergio Aguero and Mario Balotelli are also among the 23 men in the running to be recognised as the world's greatest player after helping Manchester City win the title last season. Didier Drogba has also been included after his contribution to Chelsea's Champions League success, while there are a number of contenders from Spain's Euro 2012-winning squad. The shortlist will be narrowed down to three on 29 November, with Barcelona's Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid the favourites to top the list. Meanwhile, Roberto Di Matteo, Sir Alex Ferguson and Roberto Mancini are among a shortlist of 10 in the frame for the coach of the year award. Vicente del Bosque, Pep Guardiola, Jupp Heynckes, Jurgen Klopp, Joachim Low, Jose Mourinho and Cesare Prandelli have also been credited for their good work over the past ...
Argentina and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi is in line to become the first man to win the World Player of the Year award for the fourth time in a row after the shortlist for Fifa's Ballon d'Or was published on Monday. Players (23, in alphabetical order): Sergio Aguero, Xabi Alonso, Mario Balotelli, Karim Benzema, Gianluigi Buffon, Sergio Busquets , Iker Casillas, Cristiano Ronaldo, Didier Drogba, Radamel Falcao, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Andres Iniesta, LionelMessi, Manuel Neuer, Neymar, Mesut Ozil, Gerard Pique, Andrea Pirlo, Sergio Ramos, Wayne Rooney, Yaya Toure, Robin van Persie, Xavi. Coaches (10, in alphabetical order): Vicente del Bosque, Roberto Di Matteo, Alex Ferguson, Pep Guardiola, Jupp Heynckes, Jurgen Klopp, Joachim Loew, Roberto Mancini, Jose Mourinho, Cesare Prandelli
Pep Guardiola aint coming to Arsenal neither is Didier Drogba,those r just but mere speculation haters are spreading all over the internet!
Breaking news Didier Drogba, Pep Guardiola, Stevan Jovetic, Rafa Benitez and more! Watch the VIDEO here: [via GMF]
Didier Drogba to Arsenal? Pep Guardiola to replace Sir Alex Feruson as Manchester United coach? Only God knows how much i love football :)
Didier Drogba confirms that he has played his last game for Chelsea. That is what I call PERFECT, and Not Pep Guardiola wey exit because him body dey pepper am as Chelsea beat am left and right. Aurovoir D.D. Chelsea will miss you.
Didier Drogba has almost certainly kicked his last ball for Chelsea, with the club expecting him to confirm his free transfer to Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua.
Breaking News: after usurping d victory ova Napoli,ridin on d head of Benfica,Disgracing d mighty Barcelona(thus leading to d resignation of pep guardiola) and waging a defensive counter attack on Bayern M courtsey of Didier Drogba & Cech ! Now critics tell me is CHELSEA not unstopable! ? Pls if u want to get somtyn,b determined & invest in ursef!!! Up chelsea UCL 2012 Champions
Barcelona confirm their interest in signing Chelsea favourite Published on May 17th, 2012 Written by: Matthew Wood Barcelona have confirmed that they are interested in signing Chelsea forward Didier Drogba this summer, according to Setanta Sports.The Catalan outfit, who are set to replace current boss Pep Guardiola with assistant Tito Vilanova at the end of the campaign, are said to be keen on adding some power and..
Anzhi ace Eto'o explores prospect of shock Barcelona return Samuel Eto'o has put the word out that he'd be interested in a sensational return to Barcelona. The Anzhi striker was back at his former club this week to meet with old friends and 'half-joked' with coaching staff that he'd be interested in a return. Eto'o knows Barca are in the market for an experienced striker, with Chelsea star Didier Drogba the latest big name mentioned, and El Mundo Deportivo says the Cameroon icon also wants to be considered. Barca could sign Eto'o for €20 million this summer - which is well inside their transfer budget. A move could be on, particularly with Pep Guardiola out of the picture. My take Nothing compares to playing competitive football, this he's not getting in Russia.
Former Barcelona defender Michael Reiziger tells BBC Radio 5 live: "It's not the end of this Barcelona team. What happened last night is just football. I hope Pep Guardiola stays. He is very important for the team and club. Chelsea are missing a lot of players but can win the final. They are physically very strong and play like a team. We saw Didier Drogba almost as a left- back! I don't think there's any striker in Europe who'd work that hard."
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 ...
Pep Guardiola will turn to Gerard Pique as the Barcelona boss tries to find a way to keep Didier Drogba quiet.
Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola has admitted Chelsea are now the favourites to reach next month's Champions League final following the Blues' 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night. Didier Drogba's goal in first-half stoppage time was enough to clinch victory in the first-leg encounter.
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 ...
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