Pep Guardiola & Nou Camp

Josep Pep Guardiola i Sala (born 18 January 1971) is a Spanish football manager and former player. Camp Nou (New Field) is a football stadium in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain which has been the home of FC Barcelona since 1957. 5.0/5

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Pep Guardiola: "There were a number of things which Lucho and his team do better than I did during my era at the Camp N…
Expat Survey Reveals 66% of Barcelona Fans Are Keen for Pep Guardiola to Return to the Camp Nou
The two times Pep Guardiola has faced Messi at Camp Nou..
Pep Guardiola in his two games as a visiting coach at Camp Nou:. 0 wins. 0 draws. 2 defeats. 0 goals scored. 7 goals conce…
Andres Iniesta says not even an offer from Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola could dissuade him from ending his career at the Nou Camp
Luis Suarez has jetted in to Spain to finalise his transfer to Barcelona. The Uruguayan striker will not be presented at Barcelona's Nou Camp stadium, since the conditions of his ban from football prevent him from taking part in any football-related activity. [Cruyff: Messi-Neymar-Suarez won't work] He will however be permitted to complete a move said to be worth anything between £55 million and £75 million. [Bartra: Suarez has promised he won't bite anyone again] Suarez was on Monday's flight to Barcelona from Montevideo, accompanied by his wife Sonia and children Delfina and Benjamin, according to Spanish media reports. He was then collected at the airport by his agent Pere Guardiola, who is brother of Bayern Munich boss - and former Barca coach - Pep Guardiola.
Football - Liga Luis Enrique and Ter Stegen join Barcelona Former Barcelona skipper Luis Enrique has returned to the club as their new manager, the Liga club have confirmed. The 44-year-old, who led Celta Vigo this season, has agreed a two-year deal to take over from Gerardo Martino, who left his position after just one campaign in charge. The Catalan club said in a statement on their official website: "The FC Barcelona board of directors have this evening confirmed Luis Enrique Martineza as the new first-team coach, following a proposal from sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta. Luis Enrique, 44, will sign a two-year deal." The appointment of the former Spain international, who played at the Nou Camp from 1996 to 2004 after joining from bitter rivals Real Madrid, came on a busy day for Barcelona. Lionel Messi put pen to paper on his new deal, while the club also completed the signing of highly-rated German goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen from Borussia Monchengladbach and announced forward Gerard Deulofe ...
Atletico Madrid drew their final game with Barcelona at Nou Camp to upset their more illustrious opponents and win their 10th league title, their first since 1996; Arsenal end their 10-year trophy drought with a comeback victory against Hull City to win their 11th FA Cup; Italian champions Juventus became the first team to breach the 100-points barrier in Serie A, winning all their 19 home games along the way; Benfica win the Portugese Cup by beating Rio Ave to complete their domestic treble; Bayern Munich beat Borussia Dortmund to win the German Cup for their fourth title in Pep Guardiola's first season!
Bayern Munich are poised to launch a £25million bid for Chelsea defender David Luiz. The 27-year-old is ready to leave Stamford Bridge this summer. Barcelona are understood to be his preferred club but no deal has yet been agreed, with some technical staff at the Nou Camp unsure whether Luiz should be their priority for central defence. Bayern coach Pep Guardiola, however, is keen on the Brazilian. Talks may have to wait until after the World Cup, as Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari does not want his players distracted by transfer negotiations. Barcelona enquired about Luiz last summer and were quoted £35m.
EVERYONE at Celtic is shocked and saddened at the death of the Former Barcelona manager, Tito Vilanovo, who has passed away at the age of just 45 after a brave and courageous battle with cancer. The thoughts and prayers of everyone at the club are with Tito Vilanova’s family and friends at this desperately sad time. And our thoughts, too, are with FC Barcelona following this devastating news. Tito Vilanova was part of the managerial team at the Nou Camp during an extremely successful time for Barcelona, first as assistant to his close friend, Pep Guardiola, and then as manager himself for the 2012/13 season, during which time Barca won the league. In July 2013, he stepped down as manager following a relapse in his illness. Celtic Chief Executive Peter Lawwell said: “The thoughts of Celtic are, first and foremost, with Tito Vilanova’s family, whose loss we can’t even begin to imagine. “Our thoughts are also with FC Barcelona, who have lost a man who gave so much to the club, and who, in all he sa ...
By Tim Hanlon BARCELONA (Reuters) - Former Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova has died aged 45 following a battle with cancer that forced him to stand down at the end of last season, the club announced on Friday. He took over at the Nou Camp ahead of the 2012-13 season having been Pep Guardiola's assista…
Sky Sports is reporting Former Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova (the very one Jose Mourinho poked in the eye?) has passed on. The tactician who succeded Pep Guardiola at Nou Camp has succumbed to throat cancer.
Champions League Barca, Bayern cast huge shadow over English opponents Arsenal and Manchester City face monumental tasks when they visit European powerhouses Bayern Munich and Barcelona looking to overturn 2-0 deficits in the second legs of their Champions League last-16 ties. Arsenal must overcome Pep Guardiola and his red-hot Bayern side at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday after goals from Toni Kroos and Thomas Mueller condemned them to defeat in the first leg at the Emirates Stadium last month. City, meanwhile, travel to the Nou Camp on Wednesday with their own mountain to climb after goals from Lionel Messi and Dani Alves gave Barcelona a commanding advantage midway through the tie. In the week's other last-16 ties, Atletico Madrid face AC Milan at the Vicente Calderon with a 1-0 lead on Tuesday before Paris St Germain host Bayer Leverkusen at the Parc des Princes on Wednesday with a 4-0 advantage after the first leg. Arsenal, third in the Premier League, have the unenviable task of trying to become only ...
Barcelona: Neymar deal has damaged brand of La Liga club They pride themselves on being "mas que un club" - more than a club. And in recent years Barcelona, inspired by the brilliant Lionel Messi, managed to achieve untouchable status on the pitch at the same time as remaining true to that motto. But things are changing at the Nou Camp. Not only has the team's form suffered since Pep Guardiola left at the end of 2012, there are now serious questions over the way this great club do business. When forward Neymar joined from the Brazilian team Santos last June, Barcelona said they paid a total of £48.6m. But one of their members, a pharmacist called Jordi Cases, asked the club whether this was really the final bill. When Barcelona refused to answer, he went to the Spanish courts who launched an investigation. From that point on the story really began to unravel. First the Spanish prosecutor said they would investigate the deal to see if the club had defrauded the treasury of unpaid tax. The club said they h ...
It seems almost an eternity ago that Arsenal came within a Nicklas Bendtner missed chance from dumping the then 'greatest side on the planet', Barcelona, out of the Champions League. Back then, at the Nou Camp in 2011, Arsenal had the likes of Samir Nasri, Cesc Fabregas and, before his sending off, Robin van Persie. When Arsenal face the latest 'greatest side on the planet' in Bayern Munich, they'll have a team that's arguably every bit as good as the one that gave Pep Guardiola's Barcelona a scare just over three years ago. The Gunners have Jack Wilshere, who is far more mature a player than he was on that night at Camp Nou, record signing Mesut Ozil and midfield enforcer Mathieu Flamini to call upon, and even without the injured Aaron Ramsey and suspended Mikel Arteta the Gunners' midfield is looking stronger than ever. But despite the abundance of talent Arsenal have to call upon, it could well be another midfielder that proves the difference when they face the Champions of Europe. Our friends at Squaw ...
PELLEGRIN TALKS ABOUT TODAY'S CLASH WITH CHAMPIONS Bayern Munich = Guardiola brings Bayern, the German and European champions, to the Etihad Stadium in the second round of fixtures in Group D this week. Pellegrini is still to get the better of the Former Barcelona boss, with whom he clashed regularly in Spain. Barcelona beat Pellegrini's Real Madrid twice during the 2009-10 season, when the Catalans pipped the Bernabeu giants to the title. With Malaga, Pellegrini lost all four games against Barca between 2010 and 2012. His only inkling of success in a Guardiola battle was a 3-3 draw at the Nou Camp with Villarreal in 2009. Now in charge at City, Pellegrini has a much more impressive squad at his disposal but his only concern is eking three points out of them and not finally outmanoeuvring Guardiola. The Chilean said: "It's always about the players. I don't play against Pep Guardiola. It is Bayern against Manchester City. "The key is always the performance of the important players. They must appear in impo ...
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THE TRUE STORY BY PEP- Last week Pep Guardiola was in Argentina, and during his trip the future Bayern Munich boss gave a lecture on Lionel Messi’s false 9 role for Barcelona. Guardiola began by explaining his football philosophy of building attacks from the back, stating that back-to- front moves require at least 15 passes to be effective. In order to build such attacks a team needs to be able to move up the pitch as a unit, and Lionel Messi’s position as a false 9 role was key to giving Barcelona the ability to play in such a fashion. Guardiola drew on the 2008/2009 Clasico at the Nou Camp to help illustrate his point. Pep showed how back then Messi was positioned on the right wing, not in a central role, as as a result the Argentine forward was starved of touches as Real’s defenders were able to cut off the supply chain to the Flea. (Barcelona won that match 2-0.) Next, Guardiola looked at the 2008/2009 Clasico at the Santiago Bernabeu to show how he began to develop Lionel Messi’s role into a ...
Torres at the Nou Camp? Last time he played there he made Pep Guardiola resign.
BarÇa reach 100 points, Sociedad grab fourth spot MADRID — Champions Barcelona matched La Liga’s record tally of 100 points in a season when they swept aside Malaga 4-1 at the Nou Camp in their final game on Saturday. Reuters In his first campaign since replacing Pep Guardiola, coach Tito Vilanova’s side equalled Real Madrid’s points haul set under Jose Mourinho last season. BarÇa finished top with 100 points from 38 games, 15 ahead of second-placed Real who signed off with a 4-2 home win over Osasuna earlier. Atletico Madrid’s Diego Costa scored twice in a 3-1 win at Real Zaragoza as the King’s Cup winners finished third with 76 points. Real Sociedad snatched fourth place, and the Champions League playoff slot, from Valencia. Antoine Griezmann earned Sociedad a 1-0 win at Deportivo La Coruna while four goals from Alvaro Negredo helped Sevilla sink 10-man Valencia 4-3 at the Sanchez Pizjuan. Sociedad ended on 66 points, Valencia finished fifth with 65 and Malaga sixth on 57. At the other end ...
Madrid: Outgoing Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola sought to make the succession of his number two Tito Vilanova as smooth as possible as he gave his last Nou Camp news conference on Thursday, ahead of the King's Cup final.
Frank Rijkaard was sacked by Saudi Arabia on the same day his successor at Barcelona, Pep Guardiola, was appointed at Bayern Munich. Rijkaard is football’s forgotten man. Yet seven years ago he was hailed as the greatest coach on the planet. There are striking similarities in the Barca careers of Rijkaard and Pep, so the timing last Wednesday was symbolic. Particularly as the main difference between the two is exactly this — their sense of timing. Pep left Barcelona at just the right time, Rijkaard left a season too late. Both were managerial gambles. Rijkaard, who took over at the Nou Camp in June 2003, had just led Sparta Rotterdam to relegation. The Dutch boss put Xavi, Andres Iniesta, Victor Valdes and a 17-year-old Lionel Messi in the starting line-up as Ronaldinho, Deco and Samuel Eto’o arrived. They mesmerised the world for years BEFORE Guardiola. Rijkaard re-established the tiki-taka, won the championship in his second season and completed the Liga and Champions League double in his third. B ...
Is Pep Guardiola that good anyway? Yes, he is pretty special, but he has achieved so much by the age of 42 that anything less than immediate and stunning success at Bayern Munich will be viewed as a failure When asked about Pep Guardiola and Bayern Munich, his successor at Barcelona, Tito Vilanova, said on Wednesday night: "When you are at your home club, it's different." He was answering the question: why has Guardiola signed for three years when he would only ever sign for one at the Nou Camp? The answer fits a variety of other questions surrounding his appointment and his ability to repeat the Barcelona successes elsewhere. Thanks to Vilanova, Barcelona are not missing Guardiola. Will he be missing them come the middle of next season, exposed as having been a mere cog in the Barcelona machine and out of place in Germany? The Former Barcelona player and Germany international Bernd Schuster has already pointed out the perils of having the three most powerful and influential men in the club's history watc ...
Bayern Munich have won the race to sign super boss Pep Guardiola. The Former Barcelona manager won 14 trophies in four seasons at the Nou Camp. He was courted by Premier League clubs including Manchester City and Chelsea. The Spaniard, 41, was also linked with Arsenal and Manchester United — should Arsene Wenger and Alex Ferguson step down. But after months of speculation, he has chosen to take over at German giants Bayern from July. Guardiola, who has spent this season on a sabbatical in New York, has penned a three-year deal at the Allianz Arena. Bayern chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said: “We are very pleased that we have managed to convince the football expert Pep Guardiola, who was coveted and contacted by many top clubs, to come to Bayern Munich. “Guardiola is one of the world’s most successful coaches and we are sure that he can bring a great deal of sparkle notonly to Bayern Munich but to German football in general.” Guardiola will take over from Jupp Heynckes who has decided not ...
German club Bayern Munich have announced that Former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola will take over as their manager at the end of the season. The 41-year-old - who had been linked with Chelsea and Manchester City - has signed a three-year contract to 2016.Guardiola will replace current boss Jupp Heynckes, who will retire. .The Spaniard has been on a season-long sabbatical since leaving the Nou Camp in May 2012 after winning 14 trophies - including two Champions League titles. Bayern! *** ...is that the right choice? What is fate of Chelsea now and their interim coach. .Benitez?
Silvio Berlusconi says he has tried to lure Pep Guardiola to AC Milan AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi is still keen to lure Pep Guardiola to the San Siro - but admits the chances of him joining are slim. The 41-year-old left Barcelona in the summer after winning two Champions Leagues and three Primera Division titles in a four year spell in charge at the Nou Camp. Guardiola moved to New York to take a year sabbatical, but that has not stopped him from being linked with a host of top clubs throughout Europe. Speculation is set to increase after Guardiola told a news conference at the FIFA Ballon d'Or gala in Zurich that he wants to return to management. "I don't have a team to go to but I would like to go back to coaching," he said. "I have taken a decision to return to coaching but beyond that no decision has been taken." Milan are one of those linked and Berlusconi says they continue to be interested in Guardiola. Massimiliano Allegri's side currently sit seventh in Serie A and the 76-year-old admits th ...
Chelsea to offer Pep £20m-a- season Roman Abramovich wants to offer Former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola a £20 million-a-season contract to take over at Chelsea in the summer, ESPN can reveal. It is being suggested the Chelsea owner's 'trigger happy' attitude to managers - eight sacked in nine-and-a-half years - is putting off Guardiola, who is currently taking a year out of the game in New York after leaving the Nou Camp. Indeed, reports suggest that technical director Michael Emenalo is drawing up a backup list which includes Jurgen Klopp, however, ESPN has learned that Abramovich is determined to win the race for Guardiola, despite intense interest from PSG, AC Milan and Bayern Munich. With Europe's elite all keen to lure Guardiola, Abramovich plans to blow them all out of the water with a massive offer of a £20m-a- year, four year contract, plus bonuses that would easily ensure the Spaniard earns nearly £100m for his troubles and becomes the world's highest paid manager. But Guardiola's agent, J ...
TODAY PAPER TALK DAILY MAIL Chelsea have started making enquiries about Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp as fears grow over the chances of grabbing the services of Pep Guardiola. The ex-Barcelona manager is unhappy with the action of Blues owner Roman Abramovich as he considers his next move after leaving the Nou Camp for a sabbatical. DAILY MAIL Manchester United are weighing up a move for Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic as doubts remain over the reliability of David de Gea and Anders Lindegaard. SUN Striker Robin Van Persie says he has no regrets about choosing Manchester United over neighbours City as he prepares to face Roberto Mancini's men in Sunday's top-of-the-table showdown. Manchester Evening News It's all mind games ahead of the Manchester derby with Mancini saying United "are better than us at this moment". DAILY MIRROR Swansea's teenage defender Ben Davies opted against a rugby union career in favour of the round ball only three years ago. DAILY MAIL Arsenal striker Theo Walcott has not had any ...
Chelsea have been warned off nagging Pep Guardiola about taking charge at Stamford Bridge. The Sun says Blues owner Roman Abramovich is desperate to confirm Guardiola as his new long-term manager after sacking Roberto Di Matteo and appointing Rafa Benitez as interim boss. But the former Nou Camp idol is growing increasingly irritated by persistent approaches from Chelsea. His advisors made it clear to Abramovich that Guardiola does not appreciate the mounting pressure they are putting on him to reveal his next club. Abramovich wants an indication from Guardiola that he would be willing to come to London when his sabbatical is up — well aware that Paris St Germain and both Manchester clubs are also interested. But the man who won 14 titles in four years at Barcelona is refusing to be rushed into a decision. -jla
Well, well, well. It looks as though the succession question for the hottest job in football may have been answered, and it's not pleasing news for Jose Mourinho. As revealed a few weeks ago by ESPN and others, a senior delegation from Old Trafford went to meet Pep Guardiola in New York, where he is currently enjoying a sabbatical, with the message that the job is effectively his to refuse. - Sir Alex defends Mourinho This is quite a turnaround from the narrative of recent years, which has seen Mourinho as the frontrunner to take over for Sir Alex Ferguson. Their chumminess has been notable, seen most recently in the ITV documentary, "Mourinho", where the Scot steadfastly refused to criticise some of the Real Madrid manager's worst excesses. There would be an unparalleled level of enmity between Mourinho and Guardiola were the Former Barcelona boss to beat him to the throne left vacant by Ferguson. Guardiola, after all, has already beaten him to one plumb position, taking charge at the Nou Camp even after ...
Mikel Arteta says he left Barcelona early in his career because he was behind Pep Guardiola and Xavi in the club's pecking order. The Arsenal midfielder left the Nou Camp as a 17-year-old after receiving a call from Paris Saint-Germain. He spent two years in France, before enjoying a spell with Rangers in the Scottish Premier League and a return to Spain with Real Sociedad. Arteta told AS: "I was playing in Barcelona and Guardiola and Xavi were ahead of me; it was a complicated situation. By that time I was 17 and Luis Fernandez called me from PSG to sign me. The next day I was already flying to Paris." The 30-year-old moved to Everton in 2005 and fell in love with the English game, becoming one of the Premier League's most consistent performers over the next seven years. "Premier League and La Liga are different between them. Each one has its good and bad things. An unquestionable Premier League advantage is the great atmosphere you live in every single game, no matter who you are playing against." Meanw ...
According to Jorge Valdano of Realmadrid, Pep Guardiola is the Steve Jobs of football! I disagree with this opinion. While i respect Pep for the way he held the dressing room together at Nou Camp, I do not see him as a tactical wizard. Anyone would win titles with this Barca side and the evidence of this is in Tito Vilanova's performance so far. While acknowledging that he deserves the titles he won, there are still doubts about his ability unlike Sir Alex, Mou, Wenger, Benitez etc
By wembley68:- On a mildly cold spring night in Manchester, Paul Scholes scored a rocket from 25 yards to put the final nail in the coffin of Frank Rijkaard's reign at the Nou Camp. What had been suspected for quite some time, looked inevitable now. A 4-year-long journey, which began in 2004, seemed...
Pep Guardiola has turned up the heat on Roberto Mancini by opening the door for a summer switch to Manchester City. The Former Barcelona coach is currently having a year out of football after quitting the Spanish giants at the end of last season. Now his representatives have admitted the English champions are one of the clubs the ex-Spain international would consider. His agent Jose Maria Orobitg played down an imminent switch to AC Milan by saying: “The doors are open for them, just like they are open for Manchester City, Chelsea and so on. A move to the Etihad has become a more viable option with his old Nou Camp bosses Ferran Soriano and Txiki Begiristain now in positions of power at City.
Rewatched pep guardiola's farewell speech at the Nou Camp. ok maybe cause they played Arrival of the birds & transformation ^ ^
Former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola would be a 'perfect' appointment for Arsenal , according to ex-Nou Camp defender Rafael Marquez.
Vilanova: Messi has no limits Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova chose to focus on the brilliance of Lionel Messi after an entertaining 2-2 draw with Real Madrid in La Liga. Cristiano Ronaldo started and finished the scoring at the Nou Camp, with Messi also at the double - his second strike a stunning free-kick - to ensure honours ended even. "We do not know his limits," Vilanova said of the Argentina forward. "You should see how he trains every day - that urge he has to keep getting better. "I think we will never see another player like this. He is the best in the world by far." Vilanova added that Ronaldo would be "more recognised" if his career had not coincided with Messi's. As always between the arch rivals, tensions frequently looked in danger of boiling over. Visiting defender Pepe accused Andres Iniesta of "doing theatre" in a bid to win a second-half penalty and Madrid coach Jose Mourinho - who infamously poked a finger into the eye of Vilanova on the touchline last season when he was Pep Guardiola's ...
Pep Guardiola made very few mistakes when he was coach of Barcelona. Allowing Toure to leave the Nou Camp was his biggest.
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 ...
David Villa scored in his first competitive appearance of the year and Lionel Messi netted a brace as Barcelona claimed a convincing 5-1 victory over Real Sociedad in new coach Tito Vilanova's Primera Division debut in the Nou Camp hotseat. Villa, who missed the second half of last season and Euro 2012 after breaking his leg in December, netted after appearing as a late substitute to complete the win as Barca showed it was business as usual despite this summer's departure of record-breaking coach Pep Guardiola. Earlier, during a frenetic start which saw four goals scored in the opening 16 minutes, Barca charged into a 3-1 lead with Carles Puyol - who also missed Spain's triumphant Euro 2012 campaign through injury - notching the first. Sociedad briefly drew level when Gonzalo Castro netted but Messi then struck twice in five minutes to put the home side two goals clear. Pedro Rodriguez then added a fourth before the break before Villa climbed off the bench to also get his name on the scoresheet as Vilanov ...
New 2-year contract for Benayoun ☆ BNFC | Cekskor.com-old Javier Mascherano Contract still remaining 2 years. But, Barcelona is not willing to wait any longer to tie Argentina players with new contracts. According to Andoni Zubizarreta, Sports Director of the progress of the talks with the agent contract renewal Benayoun went smoothly. Now entering the final stage instead or finishing. Kabarknya, Mascherano will be offered a contract for an additional two years. That is, it would make ex Liverpool midfielder in the Nou Camp that persist until 2016. Despite the difficulties at the beginning of its existence at the Nou Camp on the 2010/2011 season, Benayoun so the Barca defense sentralbuat since last season. This is thanks to his willingness to switch the position of defensive midfielder became a centre back. Pep Guardiola is causing a transitional position players aged 28. Benayoun dislot Carles Puyol superimposed and Gerard Pique if injury. So, next season, if Barca fail melabuhkan a centre back is pure ...
Real Madrid face Valencia in the opening round of the new Spanish Liga season. Barcelona, now under Tito Vilanova following Pep Guardiola's decision not to extend his contract, visit Real Sociedad. The season's first El Clasico will take place on the weekend of October 6/7 at the Nou Camp with the return at the Bernabeu scheduled for March 2/3.
In 2004 he played in the Nou Camp against Brasil as a member of the Catalan National team and Pep Guardiola was one of his teammates!
From the Nou Camp to New York - apparently Pep Guardiola is going to live in the Big Apple for a year!
Tito Vilanova was formally confirmed as Pep Guardiola's successor as Barcelona coach, agreeing a two-year contract to take charge at the Nou Camp until June 2014.
GMF remembers some of Pep Guardiola's best moments as Barcelona manager after he leaves the Nou Camp! Watch here:...
Chelsea Make One Last Attempt to ‘Seduce’ Pep Guardiola Former Nou Camp boss appears ready to make return to football earlier than first thought. Chelsea to make Pep Guardiola another offer as outgoing Barcelona coach hints at quick return to management Pep Guardiola appears increasingly keen on working in the Premier League when he returns to management, with Roman Abramovich set to make one more effort to bring him to Chelsea this summer. The 41 year-old took charge of his last game as Barcelona coach last night, the Spanish Cup against Athletic Bilbao, and is understood to be wavering on his announcement that he will take a season’s sabbatical. Guardiola has long harboured an interest in working in England and Liverpool have also inquired about his availability as they search for a successor to Kenny Dalglish. Interestingly, Guardiola travelled to Paris recently to have lunch with former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti, now in charge of Paris St-Germain, to ask him about what it was like working ...
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BARCA OF GUARDIOLA NEVER LOST WITH ATHLETIC IN THEIR 13 MEETINGS: Pep Guardiola wants to leave the Barca bench with a new title, which would be number 14 since he took office to address the 2008-2009 season. For this, your team must overcome to Athletic Bilbao in the final of the Copa del Rey, to be held this Friday at the Vicente Calderon. The lions will not at all easy, but Santpedor precedents before the Bilbao team know defeat. The 'Pep Team' has played 13 times against Atletico , he has won nine times and has only yielded four draws. The 'Pep Team' beat the Lions at the end of 2009 copera It all began in the 2008-2009 season, the first of Guardiola as coach of Barcelona. Barca won their two league games (0-1 and 2-0 in San Mamés and local) to get a pleasant rout later in the third match of the season: the final copera Mestalla. Then, the Catalans won by 4-1 to Athletic Caparros. Due to the league championship managed by Barcelona, both teams would face little later in the Supercopa of Spain, but the ...
Barcelona utility player Javier Mascherano has heaped praise on departing coach Pep Guardiola, saying the 41-year-old has changed his perception on football.
The next Barcelona coach? Pep Guardiola's son imitates his father on the Nou Camp touchline :
Lionel Messi scores four in Pep Guardiola's final Barcelona game at the Nou Camp | Football
Video of Pep Guardiola & family on Nou Camp pitch after Espanyol farewell match |
Lionel Messi ensured Pep Guardiola received the perfect Nou Camp send off with a four-goal salvo as Barcelona crushed Espanyol 4-0 on Saturday night.
Guardiola's last match at the Nou Camp 2night. The end of an amazing era. We're going to miss you Pep.
Messi breaks record as Barca win: Carles Puyol fired Pep Guardiola's side in front at the Nou Camp, only for tha...
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Pep Guardiola has signalled his intention to quit as Barcelona coach at the end of the season, explaining that he has simply been “worn down” by four years of managing at the Nou Camp.
GUARDIOLA COACHING CAREER UNDER SCRUTINY Since being appointed as manager of Barcelona in 2008, Pep Guardiola has won 13 trophies: two Champions League crowns, three La Liga trophies, one Copa del Rey, three Supercopas, two Uefa Super Cups and two Fifa Club World Cups. Guardiola was only 37 years old when he won his first Champions League trophy in 2009, becoming the youngest manager to lift the trophy. Barcelona have gained a reputation as a free-flowing, attacking side under Guardiola. This season they have scored 170 goals in all competitions. Guardiola is also a Barcelona legend from his playing days. He won 17 medals during his career, including six La Liga titles and an Olympic gold with Spain. The Catalan has won 76.4% of his league games while in charge at the Nou Camp, compared to predecessor Frank Rijkaard's record of 58.9%. The former central midfielder took charge of 15 "El Clasicos" against rivals Real Madrid as Barcelona manager, winning nine of them. Barcelona have scored 363 points in 148 ...
Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola will announce tomorrow whether he will stay at the Nou Camp or leave the club.
Pep Guardiola is expected to announce tomorrow (friday) whether he will sign a new contract at Barcelona or quit the Nou Camp.
The Mirror: Pep Guardiola to arrive at Chelsea while Laurent Blanc heads for the Nou Camp
Uuf shame to pep guardiola "congratulations to chelsea defensive works" We did it in wide pitch Nou Camp.
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Pep Guardiola's week from *** was compounded when Real Madrid won a crucial La Liga match at the Nou Camp just three days after Barcelona lost to Chelsea in the Champions League.
April 21 was supposed to be the day Real Madrid ended Barcelona's reign of supremacy in Spain; rubbing salt into the wounds of Pep Guardiola's men by lifting the La Liga title at the Nou Camp. Yet it could now be the day on which Barca reclaim the momentum in the pursuit of the league crown, as the season edges towards a potentially thrilling climax.
Barcelona v AC Milan Champions League Venue: Nou Camp Date: Tuesday 3 April Kick-off: 1945 BST AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri admits that he has to find a way past "the best side in the world" to pull off a shock and reach the semi-finals of the Champions League. Milan head to the Nou Camp knowing that a score draw would take them through after the goalless first leg in Italy. Allegri said: "Barcelona are still the best but there will be crucial moments that we have to make the most of. "It could finish 0-0 and go to penalties - although I doubt it." Barcelona felt they should have been given a penalty in Milan last week but were not at their best in the stalemate, and will have to up their game to go through to face the winners of Chelsea and Benfica's quarter- final in the last four. Barca boss Pep Guardiola believes the Italians will score and admitted his side could struggle to progress. He said: "I'm pretty sure that they are going to get a goal and so it is down to us to try and find the way to ...
Guardiola predicts Nou Camp goal glut: Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola predicts that both his side and AC Milan wi...
Pep Guardiola said his Barcelona team will need to score at least two goals at the Camp Nou next week if they are to oust AC Milan and reach the Champions League semi-finals. The Italian and Spanish champions played out a 0-0 draw at the San Siro on Wednesday, leaving next week's quarter-final second leg finely poised. And having failed to *** an away goal to take back to Catalunya, the Spaniards' boss is worried that one goal at home will not be enough. "I think we have to score more than one to go through and we'll try to do that," he said. "Scoring away gives you a lot, but they were lucky because they didn't even get one free-kick around the box or a corner. "They're a very strong team and I imagine one goal won't be enough. "The (Nou Camp) pitch will be better, it will be faster and I hope we'll play well." Although they failed to score, Guardiola insisted that a draw away from home is a good result. "At the beginning of the season if you had offered me a Champions League quarter-final with a 0-0 .. ...
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