Pep Guardiola & Eric Abidal
Josep Pep Guardiola i Sala (born 18 January 1971) is a Spanish football manager and former player. Éric Sylvain Abidal (born 11 September 1979) is a French footballer who plays as a left or central defender for FC Barcelona and the France national team./5
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From Eric Abidal's interview in the latest FourFourTwo, on Pep Guardiola and the Clasico series of 2011
IF Pep Guardiola comes, I can see him turning Mangala into a World Class LB, Similar to Eric Abidal. 😂😨🙏
Tough times for Barcelona May 2012: Pep Guardiola steps down after four years in charge, with Tito Vilanova replacing him December 2012: Vilanova undergoes cancer surgery, returning to work in March 2013: FC Barcelona confirm a deal with Qatar Airways, who become the first commercial shirt sponsors in the club's history May 2013: Eric Abidal is allowed to leave the club, a month after returning to action following a liver transplant June 2013: Lionel Messi is accused of tax evasion July 2013: Vilanova steps down as Barcelona manager for health reasons January 2014: President Sandro Rosell resigns as a Spanish court looks into allegations that Barcelona evaded tax on the transfer of Neymar February 2014: Barca pay £11.2m to the Spanish authorities after being charged with tax fraud over Neymar, but deny wrongdoing. April 2014: The club are banned from signing players for 14 months before Fifa puts the punishment on hold, pending an appeal. My Barcelona
Pep Guardiola is keen to add Eric Abidal to the squad he will inherit at Bayern Munich, following the French defender's impending release by Barcelona. Sky Sports reports how the 33-year-old was not offered a new contract at Camp Nou after the Catalan club deemed it 'too risky' to renew terms with a player that only recently recovered from a liver transplant.
Joan Laporta has confirmed that he will run for the Barcelona presidential elections with tge aim of unsitting Sandro Rosell. He blamed the current Barca board n president for undermining Pep Guardiola n not renewing Eric Abidal's contract. Laporta was instrumental in the appointment of Guardiola as the Barca head coach. On the other hand the current Barcelona president, Rosell is the main reason Pep Guardiola decided to walk away from the Camp Nou outfit. I welcome the news of the possible return of Joan Laporta with both hands.
Bayern Munich Target Barcelona Veteran Eric Abidal Recently released Barcelona defender Eric Abidal has claimed that German giants Bayern Munich want to bring him to the club this summer, Sky Sports reports. The move could see him reunited with his former manager Pep Guardiola who is set to take over at the Alianz Arena next month, and Abidal believes he is keen to bring him on board. Guardiola is taking over from Jupp Heynckes on the back of a successful treble winning season and he is now looking to add his own stamp on the team as they prepare to do it all over again, and Abidal could be his next signing after the arrival of Mario Gotze from Borussia Dortmund. The 33-year-old made his competitive return in April following a liver transplant, but wasn’t offered a new deal at the Catalan club -TD
Eric Abidal: "Guardiola knows my situation and he would be delighted to have me on his team." "I would be pleased to join Bayern. I have a very good relationship with Franck Ribery. Bayern is among the best in Europe."
Barcelona's out of contract defender Eric Abidal has revealed Pep Guardiola wants to sign him at Bayern Munich
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Eric Abidal says Pep Guardiola wants to bring him to Bayern Munich this summer. [goal] | Toir!
Eric Abidal says Pep Guardiola wants him at Bayern Munich this summer -STIVO
Good news : Eric Abidal returns to training! :) Bad news : MILAN are trying to offer a 4 year deal with Pep Guardiola! :-/
Tito Vilanova takes all staff to Madrid! It's a final. And as did Pep Guardiola, Tito Vilanova Madrid has decided to take its entire staff. Just stay in Barcelona Marc Muniesa and Eric Abidal, two players who, in one case because of injury and illness in the other, can not miss a second in his recovery and is therefore better to stay in Barcelona. Thus, traveling to Madrid 25 players, 24 first team and Cristian Tello, the subsidiary. Sergi Roberto does not - who after the arrival of Alex Song seems to be fewer opportunities in the first team - but if Cuenca and Thiago Alcantara (both still without a medical discharge) or players like Fontas and Jonathan dos Santos could leave the team by Friday to march assigned to other sets. The travel plan contemplates that players will leave the Camp Nou at 10.15 h. am. The plane carrying them off to Madrid to 11 h. After arriving in Madrid, around 12 pm, the team will concentrate on the Eurostars Tower, close to the Bernabeu. The expedition will return to Barcelona i ...
Eric Abidal - Barcelona Barcelona 's Eric Abidal has been discharged from hospital, and will continue his recuperation from the surgery he underwent earlier this year at home. The 32-year-old had a liver transplant operation at the Hospital Barcaclinic on April 10 almost one year after he had a tumour removed. Abidal has now been given the green light to return home, where he will continue his recovery in the company of his family. "Given the characteristics of these recovery processes, Abidal will be submitted to regular medical checks at the hospital," a statement from Barca's medical team read. The news comes as a huge psychological boost for the Blaugrana ahead of the Copa delRey final against Athletic Bilbao on May 25, which will be Pep Guardiola's last match at thehelm of the club. Abidal, who joined Barca from Olympique Lyonnais in 2007, made 38 appearances in all competitions in 2011-12.
Whenever Barcelona face Real Madrid at the El Clasico, the world of football stops and watches. Every little move, every single detail is noticed, then analyzed for weeks to come. Let's start by putting the truth out there: The best team won. Barcelona Deserved To Lose El Clasico Yes, you read that right and yes, you heard it from me. It pains my heart to say it, but Real Madrid werebetter than Barcelona on the night the La Liga title was decided. Jose Mourinho must have cried with happiness when he saw Pep Guardiola's lineup: No Pique, no Alexis, no Cesc. Far too much advantage when you are also missing David Villa and Eric Abidal due to injuries.
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 ...
Goal.com UK shared the following link and had this to say about it: Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola dedicated his team's win over Getafe to Eric Abidal, with the French defender currently Under The Knife undergoing an operation on a liver transplant.
Pep Guardiola - Barcelona Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola has dedicated Tuesday's 4-0 victory against Getafe to Eric Abidal . The French defender has been on the surgerytable for over 10 hours, undergoing a liver transplant, with Barca's fans offering their support to the player with a standing ovationin the 22nd minute of the match . "I would like to dedicate this victory to Abidal and his cousin, Gerard [who acted as a donor]," Guardiola told reporters after the match. "This was a special day for us. We have to be prudent and wait for the next few days. "We will see how he recovers next week. We are very thankful to the doctors and we have
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