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    Pep Guardiola's Sucessor

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    Pep Guardiola will leave Barcelona at the end of the season, bringing to an end a trophy-laden four-year spell in charge of the Catalan club.

    Guardiola informed his players of his decision on Friday morning, before heading to a press conference to address the media. The former Barcelona captain and Spain international has told the club he needs a break from football.

    The news brings the curtain down on the reign of the most successful coach in Barcelona's history. Guardiola won three successive La Liga titles at Camp Nou, lifting the Champions League trophy in 2009 and 2011, as well as subsequently winning the FIFA Club World Cup on two occasions.

    Guardiola has been on a rolling contract at the Camp Nou since taking over from Frank Rijkaard in 2008, and, with the 2011-12 season drawing to a close, the strain of constant media criticism and expectation at the club has taken its toll.

    Fusing the world class talents of Lionel Messi, Xavi and Andres Iniesta, Guardiola is widely regarded to have formed the greatest club side in the history of European football.

    However, defeats to Real Madrid, which effectively ended Barcelona's league title ambitions, and to Chelsea in the Champions League, have led Guardiola to the acknowledgement that he needs to recharge. A year-long break from football is now expected.

    The news will spark strong media speculation over a potential move to Chelsea, regardless of Guardiola's wish for a break. Blues owner Roman Abramovich is reportedly ready to pay whatever it takes to bring the Spaniard to Stamford Bridge, but it is likely to take more than just money to tempt Guardiola into another job.
     
         

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    Re: Pep Guardiola's Sucessor

    Live Extracts Update of his interview.

    http://www.goal.com/en/live-update/7...-pep-guardiola
     
         

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    Re: Pep Guardiola's Sucessor

    Quote Originally Posted by Escorpiius View Post
    Live Extracts Update of his interview.

    http://www.goal.com/en/live-update/7...-pep-guardiola
    Thanks! If Pep goes to ManCity I might have two fav clubs in England....but I would like to see him switch with Wanger, would be best option.
     
         

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    Re: Pep Guardiola's Sucessor

    Rajkard? Or maybe some low-life homeless dude who has nothing to do with football. Either way, barca is going to play just fine with any coach cuz its barca.
     
         

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    Rajkard? Or maybe some low-life homeless dude who has nothing to do with football. Either way, barca is going to play just fine with any coach cuz its barca.
    That just proves how much you know about football :D
     
         

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    rikard..:lmao:...he was the coach..^^.
     
         

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    Re: Pep Guardiola's Sucessor

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    That just proves how much you know about football :D
    I play it.
     
         

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    I play it.
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    Re: Pep Guardiola's Sucessor

    Pep said that he want to take a break! He says that he don't feel the same motivation and he thinks he might be detrimental to Barcelona.

    With that, I'd say that he most like will:

    - Take a 1/2 year break from football before joining a big club.
    - Take a National Team for sometime as they have less matches to play.

    In case of 1st option - Manchester City and Chelsea are clear options. Sir Alex said that he'll retire in 2/3 years after he's done with this generation of United players. So, it won't be that surprising if Pep takes backs the manager hat on the day that Sir Alex drops his.

    Villanova has just been announce as Manager for next season. I guess, if his results are good, he'll stay. Biesla is a great choice though.

    Anyways, I wish good luck to Guardiola for any of his future endeavors.
     
         

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    Re: Pep Guardiola's Sucessor

    Quote Originally Posted by Escorpiius View Post
    Pep said that he want to take a break! He says that he don't feel the same motivation and he thinks he might be detrimental to Barcelona.

    With that, I'd say that he most like will:

    - Take a 1/2 year break from football before joining a big club.
    - Take a National Team for sometime as they have less matches to play.

    In case of 1st option - Manchester City and Chelsea are clear options. Sir Alex said that he'll retire in 2/3 years after he's done with this generation of United players. So, it won't be that surprising if Pep takes backs the manager hat on the day that Sir Alex drops his.

    Villanova has just been announce as Manager for next season. I guess, if his results are good, he'll stay. Biesla is a great choice though.

    Anyways, I wish good luck to Guardiola for any of his future endeavors.
    I dnt think pepe will go to man u...:shrug:..maybe chelsea...nut man u.i dnt think so..><
     
         

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    Re: Pep Guardiola's Sucessor

    Quote Originally Posted by Escorpiius View Post
    Pep said that he want to take a break! He says that he don't feel the same motivation and he thinks he might be detrimental to Barcelona.

    With that, I'd say that he most like will:

    - Take a 1/2 year break from football before joining a big club.
    - Take a National Team for sometime as they have less matches to play.

    In case of 1st option - Manchester City and Chelsea are clear options. Sir Alex said that he'll retire in 2/3 years after he's done with this generation of United players. So, it won't be that surprising if Pep takes backs the manager hat on the day that Sir Alex drops his.

    Villanova has just been announce as Manager for next season. I guess, if his results are good, he'll stay. Biesla is a great choice though.

    Anyways, I wish good luck to Guardiola for any of his future endeavors.
    Vilanova is taking over barcelona 11/12 and since Wanger stays at Arsenal, seen him at ManU one day would be blessing :D
     
         

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    Re: Pep Guardiola's Sucessor

    Quote Originally Posted by veduto View Post
    I dnt think pepe will go to man u...:shrug:..maybe chelsea...nut man u.i dnt think so..><
    If he loves money, he'll go to Chelsea or Man.City.

    But since Pep mostly wanna take a break from the football after this season, it won't surprise me to see him someday at a big club with large history.
     
         

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    Re: Pep Guardiola's Sucessor

    I was very sad to hear this, but this was inevitable as Pep already last year said he was going to quit and after the 3 matches from hell and the worse in Pep history, Pep knew it was time to step down.

    I can't really see another and I hope next year he makes a come back feeling football again, but tough to decide. As Escorps said he will go to a club that has history Liverpool, United, etc. He won't go to City/Chelsea at least I hope. I see him taking over Spain national team, as Vicente Del Bosque is near retiring maybe after Euros.

    Nevertheless I hope Pep finds happiness in his decisions and hope the best for him. I would also like to thank Pep for all he has done for our club.

    Més que un club, Pep!
     
         

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    Re: Pep Guardiola's Sucessor

    It's Tito vilanova the current assistant coach of barcelona the player know him and he is used to Barcelona unique style of playing and hope fully through hard work and determination surpass guordiola and do better.good bye pep will shall always remember you thank you for everything.barca4life
     
         

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