Pep Guardiola & Sid Lowe
Josep Pep Guardiola i Sala (born 18 January 1971) is a Spanish football manager and former player. Simon Lowe, better known as Sid Lowe, (born, June 21, 1976, in Archway, London) is a Madrid-based British columnist who has been covering Spanish football for The Guardian newspaper and Guardian Unlimited website since 2001. He also regularly appears (via phone or skype) on the Guardian Podcast Football Weekly where he gives updates on the latest news in La Liga, the top division of Spanish football. /5
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José Mourinho and Pep Guardiola renew rivalry that festered in Spain | Sid Lowe
Bayern Munich's tie with Barcelona can discomfort Pep Guardiola | Sid Lowe
beware: the perfectionist holds all the cards | Sid Lowe via
Chelsea beware: Pep Guardiola the perfectionist holds all the cards | Sid Lowe
Sid Lowe: The former Barcelona manager would get guarantees denied others at Stamford Bridge but would he really fit there?
Sid Lowe: Far from drawing the former Barcelona manager closer to Stamford Bridge, Roberto Di Matteo's sacking may have pushed Roman Abramovich's first choice further away
Pep Guardiola will keep Chelsea waiting and may not come at all | Sid Lowe via
Tito Vilanova sticks to just tweaking Pep Guardiola' s Barcelona plan: Sid Lowe: As Barcelona prepare to host Re...
Tito Vilanova sticks to just tweaking Pep Guardiola's Barcelona plan | Sid Lowe via
Tito Vilanova sticks to just tweaks to Pep Guardiola's plan | Sid Lowe
Pep Guardiola entices suitors after perfect Barcelona farewell via
Pep Guardiola entices suitors after perfect Barcelona farewell
.on today's Copa del Rey: "Pep Guardiola comes full circle for a reunion with Marcelo Bielsa
JOSE Mourinho's MISSION ACCOMPLISHED as Real Madrid SEAL TITLE • Victory over Athletic Bilbao secures La Liga title • Goals from Higuaín, Ozil and Ronaldo complete win by Sid Lowe 1 day ago Share Real Madrid won their 32nd league title, José Mourinho's seventh in four different countries, returning the trophy to the Santiago Bernabéu for the first time in four years. Cristiano Ronaldo missed a penalty but goals from Gonzalo Higuaín, Mesut Ozil and Ronaldo secured a 3-0 win against the Europa League finalists Athletic Bilbao at San Mamés and wrapped up the title with two matches to spare. The Barcelona coach, Pep Guardiola, had conceded the league title after Real Madrid's 2-1 victory in the clásico 11 days ago but the current holders obliged their rivals to wait a little longer. Barcelona's 7-0 victory at Rayo Vallecano prevented Madrid from celebrating success on Sunday night and Wednesday evening's 4-0 win against Málaga required Real to defeat Athletic. They did not wait long. Real steamroll ...
Sid Lowe: Pep Guardiola's work is exceptional but the question lingers, is his management style for export
Cristiano Ronaldo shocks Barcelona as Real Madrid close on title Real Madrid's Mesut Ozil, left, congratulates Cristiano Ronaldo on his winning goal at Barcelona in el Clásico. Photograph: Alberto Estevez/EPA Sid Lowe at the Camp Nou The Observer, Sat 21 Apr 2012 21.38 BST Their hope lasted two minutes and nineteen seconds. Just when Barcelona thought there was a chance they might rescue the La Liga title, just as this stadium erupted into noise, just as the faith that had deserted them flooded back, Cristiano Ronaldo tore it all out of their hands again. Alexis Sánchez had given Barcelona a goal and a lifeline with an equaliser midway through the second half, levelling the scores after Sami Khedira had put Madrid ahead in the first half. But 139 seconds later Ronaldo brilliantly stepped around Víctor Valdés to make the return of the title from the Camp Nou to the Bernabéu all but certain. Pep Guardiola had insisted before this latest clásico that the equation was simple: lose or draw and Real Madri ...
Pep Guardiola's preaching converts quiet man Mascherano to Barca style | Sid Lowe via
Pep Guardiola invokes the high five before semi-final with Chelsea | Sid Lowe
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