Pep Guardiola & Marcelo Bielsa

Josep Pep Guardiola i Sala (born 18 January 1971) is a Spanish football manager and former player. Marcelo Alberto Bielsa Caldera (nicknamed Loco Bielsa, Madman Bielsa, born July 21, 1955) is an Argentine association football coach and former defender, born in Rosario, Santa Fe. 5.0/5

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Dunga's assistant coach Andrey Lopes says he is a fan of Marcelo Bielsa, Pep Guardiola, José Mourinho and Paulo Autuori. Follows their news.
as far understudying, Pep Guardiola was Marcelo Bielsa (former coach of Atletic Bilbao)'s student. He taught him everything
"The clearest link between Gerardo Martino and Pep Guardiola is their shared respect for Marcelo Bielsa"
Marcelo Bielsa is by far my favourite manager in my lifetime. Studied his methods for years, so too has Mauricio Pochettino & Pep Guardiola.
Also a story on Marcelo Bielsa and Pep Guardiola's night in Argentina, talking for 12 hours non stop on football
Bring in Marcelo Bielsa, why would you appoint Tito Vilanova in the first place. Pep Guardiola raised issues with his health.
flash back African champions rated second best in the world Reigning African champions Zambia have been rated second best team in the world, according to influential World Soccer magazine. Chipolopolo were pipped to the global top slot by reigning world and European champions Spain who have been voted 2012 World Team of the Year. The results of the worldwide poll were announced Friday by World Soccer. African champion coach, Herve Renard has been rated sixth in the world. Spain coach Vicente del Bosque won the 2012 World coach award ahead of Real Madrid tactician Jose Mourinho. Roberto Di Matteo was third with Jurgen Klopp and Diego Simeone following in that order. Renard was followed by Marcelo Bielsa, Tite of Corinthians, Pep Guardiola and Mexican Olympic coach Luis Tena. Argentine Lionnel Messi won the World Player of the year award ahead of Christiano Ronaldo. Team of the Year: 1. Spain 2. Zambia 3. Chelsea 4. Juventus 5. Athletico Madrid 6. Bourussia Dortmund 7. Corinthians 8. Universidad de Chile 9. ...
A month before taking the managerial hot seat at Ajax a fresh-faced Frank De Boer travelled to Barcelona, still a youth team coach and part of the Dutch national team set-up as Bert van Marwijk's assistant, this wasn't a personal visit but one he'd hope would further shape his footballing vision. It did. De Boer was a guest of former teammate Pep Guardiola, after sharing old memories, it quickly transpired to the reason for his visit. Reminiscent of Guardiola's now famous meeting with Marcelo Bielsa, there was no barbeque, and it didn't last eleven hours. However there was the same passionate discussion of the game, every subject under the sun was touched upon from Barcelona's training methods, Dutch football theorem (and its future) to their unique style of play. Phillip Cocu since commented how that meeting changed De Boer. It proved to be enlightening, showcased by the contrast in football displayed at Ajax from De Boer's first few months in charge. There was also an underlying reason: Guardiola's conv ...
Guardiola: I’ll maintain playing style Pep Guardiola has reflected that he will stay true to Barcelona’s style of play when coaching elsewhere and that it is one that is more simple than it looks. The Coach was this week confirmed as having signed a three-year deal to train Bayern Munich from the start of next season. In an interview published today that was held last week, prior to this confirmation, Guardiola discussed the concept behind the style of play he reintroduced to Barcelona during a four-year spell there from 2008 to 2012. “The principle behind Barcelona’s style was very simple: play with the ball, do everything with it,” the Coach enthused to FIFA’s official website. “Every footballer around the world decided to play football because one day in some corner of their small village or big city, wherever it was, they kicked a ball around and enjoyed it. “Barca’s system, even if people say it’s very complicated, is as simple as that: we’ll get the ball and just let them try a ...
Mascherano: "There can be situations where it can show I'm not a natural centre back but I solve it with attitude, motivation and focus." "Besides the trophies, the daily work with the team-mates is the best thing. This is the most healthy squad I've been at." [pr] "I'd like to become a coach and put in practice the things I've learned from Rafa Benitez, Pep Guardiola and Marcelo Bielsa."
If I had to be a professional football manager I'd have Pep Guardiola, Luis van Gaal, Arsene Wenger or Marcelo Bielsa as my mentor but NOT Jose Mourinho!
Luciano Spalletti believes that Pep Guardiola would be the best man to take over the vacant position as Russia coach, but also that Zenit St Petersburg veteran Sergey Semak would be a fine alternative. The Football Union of Russia published a 13-strong list of candidates deemed to be worthy successors to *** Advocaat, including stellar names such as the former Barcelona coach, Marcelo Bielsa and Fabio Capello.And Spalletti, who has been in charge of Zenit since 2009, believes that the 41-year-o
Marcelo Bielsa and Pep Guardiola are on Russian Federation's wishlist to become Russia NT manager:
Harry Redknapp, Pep Guardiola, Rafa Benitez & Fabio Capello All On Shortlist For Russia Job The Russian Football Union (RFU) has a compiled a not-so-short list of managers it would like to speak to about the vacant Russia national team job. Among the 13 names released today are ex-Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp, who was sacked last month; former Inter Milan and Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez; Fabio Capello, formerly of England; and Barcelona’s most successful ever manager Pep Guardiola. The extraordinary list - released on the RFU’s official website – also includes Athletic Bilbao’s outspoken manager Marcelo Bielsa and Italian legend Marcelo Lippi, who is currently in charge of Chinese Super League club Guangzhou Evergrande, plus seven Russians. Russia are in need of a new manager after Dutchman *** Advocaat left the role following a disappointing Euro 2012 that saw them fail to progress from an easy-looking group. Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini was strongly linked with the position but signed ...
Harry Redknapp, Marcelo Bielsa, Fabio Capello and Pep Guardiola have been named on the 13 man shortlist for the new Russia manager.
Photo: Pep Guardiola and Marcelo Bielsa head to head statistics [via
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My piece on Pep Guardiola's final final, in case you're interested. His last waltz, with perfect partner.
A lovely piece on the legend that is Pep Guardiola - full circle for a reunion with Marcelo Bielsa via
.on today's Copa del Rey: "Pep Guardiola comes full circle for a reunion with Marcelo Bielsa
MANAGER QUOTES Marcelo Bielsa: "Barca are still the bets team in the world. So to beat them we must play at our full potential, be accurate and precise collectively. This level of pressing should subsequently decrease Barcelona's effectiveness. But Lionel Messi has solutions for almost every problem. We must try to ensure he doesn't find one (on Friday)." Pep Guardiola: "Athletic have a hunger in their bellies, a desire to look for things others can't fine. I try to make my players feel like they would if they hadn't won a title for four years. My main concern is how our injuries will affect us. I think it will be a great contest."
For me Marcelo Bielsa & Pep Guardiola are the best coach in Europe!!!
Coach of the Season : 2011/2012: Jose Mourinho, Pep Guardiola, Marcelo Bielsa and Diego Simeone are some of foot...
Athletic Bilbao coach Marcelo Bielsa has refused to discuss whether Real Madrid are better than rivals Barcelona, but admitted that Jose Mourinho's men have been the best team in La Liga this season and will be worthy champions. The Argentine has a close relationship with Pep Guardiola and is a huge admirer of the Catalans' football philosophy.Bielsa conceded, though, that Barcelona have come off second best to Madrid in Spain this season, as Los Blancos are poised to clinch the title with a vic
Pls take your time in reading this; Tribute to Pep Guardiola Pep Guardiola's departure as Barcelona coach, after 13 trophies, including three La Liga titles and two Champions Leagues, will sadden many beyond the club and its supporters. Trophy number 14 may follow on 25 May in the shape of the Copa del Rey, but this is the end of an era. Purely in terms of trophies, Johan Cruyff, who managed the side from 1988-96, is the only other Barca coach to compare to Guardiola. Yet like the influential Dutchman, the Catalan's success was about so much more than results. Guardiola unites probably the two most glorious eras of the club's history. Firstly, he was the midfield pivot that centred Cruyff's Dream Team in the 1990s. He went on to create a team as coach to rank as one of the most thrilling to have played the game. Almost 30 years ago, when Guardiola arrived at the fabled La Masia academy as a 13-year-old, Cruyff redeployed him as a defensive midfielder. With his visionary range of passing, Guardiola became ...
Tito Vilanova Replaces Pep Guardiola As barcelona coach Barcelona paid an emotional tribute to departing Pep Guardiola after the Spaniard confirmed he will leave the club at the end of the season. Key stars of the first team, including club captain Carles Puyol, Gerard Pique and Cesc Fabregas watched Guardiola deliver his farewell speech at the Nou Camp, applauding him after announcing an end to his glorious trophy-laden four-year era Barcelona also revealed that Guardiola's No 2 Tito Vilanova will take over the managerial reigns next season. 'I would like you to understand that this is not an easy decision for me. But I would like to explain my reasons for this decision,' said Guardiola. 'I have always wanted short-term contracts. Four years is an eternity as Barca coach. In the month of October I announced to the president and to the sporting director that I thought my spell was coming to an end.The main reason why I have taken this decision is because four years is many years. 'I have given everything ...
Marcelo Bielsa of Athletic: "The exit of Pep Guardiola is a huge loss for football because he gave brilliance to this sport." {Marca}
Dam that *** = / Pep Guardiola is no longer gonna be the coach for Barcelona!! That really *** he is a really good coach!! Hopefully they at least get Marcelo Bielsa although I don't think he will be as good as Guardiola!!
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) Pep Guardiola announced Friday he will step down as Barcelona coach, three days after Chelsea eliminated the defending champion from the Champions league.
Barcelona have made Marcelo Bielsa their prime candidate to succeed Pep Guardiola should the Catalan coach decide...
NEWS: Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola resign this afternoon after a Press Conference in spain around 1:30pm, his assistance tito velanova took over from him, but marcelo bielsa likely to be a possible replacement for Guardiola.
Betting: Marcelo Bielsa the favourite to succeed Pep Guardiola at Barcelona: By Jim Knight Pep Guardiola sensati...
Pep Guardiola in a Press Conference today announced that he will quit the Barca job at the end of the Season. Guardiola earlier this morning before the first training session after the Chelsea defeat informed His Players of His decision to leave the Club. Marcelo Bielsa of Athletico Bilbao and Luis Enrique of Roma have been tipped as the probable Successor of Guardiola. Am so sad Pep is leaving. How do you feel or what do you think, post your comment.
Athletico Bilbao's Argentine born coach Marcelo Bielsa is being tipped to replace Pep Guardiola at the Nou Camp Next Season.
Pep Guardiola set to leave barcelona at the end of d season, top favorites for Barca job, include Marcelo Bielsa, Arsene Wenger and ex Barcelona great Luis Enrique.
Breaking News;Pep Guardiola to leave Barcelona at end of season, Early favourites to replace Pep Guardiola at Barcelona are Bilbao's Marcelo Bielsa, Roma boss & ex-Barca star Luis Enrique & Arsene Wenger
Marcelo Bielsa will replace Pep Guardiola. Barca coach set to announce departure at 10am -
Reports coming from the Camp Nou in Spain indicate that, Barcelona FC is negotiating with Marcelo Bielsa the current coach of Athletico Bilbao to take over from Pep Guardiola as the later wants take a sabbatical from the game. its sad to hear. he will be remembered a lots for his 4 yrs at barca. 13 caps within 4yrs n his famous 5 nil humiliation of Jose Mourinho's madrid. Pep u will greatly be missed,we barca fans wish u stay.LONG LIVE PEP LONG LIVE BARCA!
Barcelona target Athletic Bilbao coach Marcelo Bielsa to replace exhausted Pep Guardiola. European Cup is heading to either Germany or England but the showpiece event in Munich will see several key performers absent due to su...
Sorry... Jurgen Klopp, Marcelo Bielsa, Brendan Rodgers or Pep Guardiola to succeed Arsene Wenger? Pick one.
A little profile on Marcelo Bielsa for those not familiar with him and his career. (In German).
Chelsea should get either of these three: Marcelo Bielsa, Pep Guardiola, or Laurent Blanc. Fine managers, all of them.
Pep Guardiola vs his mentor Marcelo Bielsa, a man he recently lauded as the best manager on the planet.
Pep Guardiola: "Everyone knows how I feel about Marcelo Bielsa and his methods. He has what it takes to coach Barcelona, without doubt."
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