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Sports Guardiola: "OM don't usually play like that"

03:40  28 october  2020
03:40  28 october  2020 Source:   sofoot.com

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I said back in August that Pep Guardiola would be found out as a fraud and was laughed at. I would imagine you spend a fair amount of time getting laughed at with an attitude like that , Callum, but He rebuilt Barcelona, transforming the personnel and how they played . Of the Frank Rijkaard team that

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  Guardiola : « L'OM ne joue pas comme ça d'habitude » © Provided by Sofoot

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When judging the performance of his opponent in the evening - and while having your eyes fixed on the summary of the match of Real passing on the screens of the press room, as if he was already thinking of the sequel - Pep Guardiola confessed his surprise to see OM camp with a defense at home five: " We do not we weren't expecting a five-a-side defense because OM don't usually play like that. But you can play five behind and be offensive. There, if Marseille were so defensive, it's because we played the way we wanted to play. »


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Porto boss Conceicao slams Guardiola: His attitude 'wasn't very pleasant'

  Porto boss Conceicao slams Guardiola: His attitude 'wasn't very pleasant' FC Porto manager Sergio Conceicao wasn't a fan of Pep Guardiola's antics on the touchline Wednesday. The two managers engaged in an altercation as Manchester City were nearing a 3-1 victory in the Champions League. Conceicao says he was upset with how Guardiola his the City bench conducted themselves throughout the contest. "The attitude of Mr. Guardiola during the game was not very pleasant and it wasn't of the bench, either," Conceicao toldThe two managers engaged in an altercation as Manchester City were nearing a 3-1 victory in the Champions League. Conceicao says he was upset with how Guardiola his the City bench conducted themselves throughout the contest.

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The great satisfaction of the Mancunian coach? The patience of his troops in the face of this block. “ They were good for ten, fifteen minutes in the second period, but we didn't suffer too much either. , he assured. The Champions League is always difficult, OM are well in Ligue 1 this season, we were patient against a team that played low, we were quiet and we controlled their counter-attacks well. (...) With the difficulties we have in the Championship, it's good to gain confidence in the Champions League. »

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Guardiola is facing the toughest test of his managerial career .
A new cycle has begun at Manchester City. Pep Guardiola has entered uncharted territory, already spending longer in east Manchester than he did in the technical areas of Barcelona and Bayern Munich. Last season, his side surrendered its two-year grip on the Premier League trophy to a dominant Liverpool. The spine that predated Guardiola's reign is distorting and disintegrating: David Silva left one year after Vincent Kompany's departure, andPep Guardiola has entered uncharted territory, already spending longer in east Manchester than he did in the technical areas of Barcelona and Bayern Munich. Last season, his side surrendered its two-year grip on the Premier League trophy to a dominant Liverpool.

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