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Sports Guardiola: "Klopp was the largest rival of my career"

21:15  08 april  2022
21:15  08 april  2022 Source:   sofoot.com

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  Guardiola : « Klopp a été le plus grand rival de ma carrière » © provided by Sofoot

enemies brothers.

As a result of the decisive shock against Liverpool in the Premier League, Guardiola was questioned about his relationship with Jürgen Klopp. Logically rivals, since at the head of the two biggest English teams of the moment after crossing the iron in Bundesliga with Bayern and Dortmund, both coaches admiry. It's been 6 years since they rub shoulders every year on the lawns of the English Championship, having made their respective teams the two Mastodontes of Premier League. Everything is brought together for a rivalry like football loves them.


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except not at all. In press conference, Guardiola has a new recognized talent of his counterpart. "Klopp was the largest rival of my career. The day I will retire and play golf, I will look back and I'll think that Liverpool has been the most core opponent throughout my career. No doubt about it.

and Borussia Dortmund does not count?

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