Lukas wrote:Surely even #12 can't fail to be touched by these scenes
IsiahRashad wrote:Pep Guardiola has now won every tournament he has competed in as a senior team coach atleast twice, except one: DFL Super Cup.
La Liga: 3
Copa del Rey: 2
Champions League: 2
DFB Pokal: 2
Spanish Super Cup: 3
UEFA Super Cup: 3
FIFA CWC: 3
DFL Supercup: 0
MoFattal wrote:Poor Pep I want him to stay at this moment. He loves the team and the players love him as well.
tflags wrote:Well, five domestic cups out of a possible 6 is for everyone who kept saying he's overrated.
Crying on his last day on the job is for everyone saying he never really gave his all.
In a few words, up yours.
KönigLudwig wrote:Actually ....UP YOURS DOUCHE!!
...the only reason pep is crying is that his privileged record with the BEST squads in the world is unblemished despite his stupid, didactic wannabe coaching.
He can now go to Shitty, who slimed their way into the CL with a "shitty" season performance despite the massive pricetag/potential of the squad, with a positive Bayern record that was made possible by a great Bayern squad who basically achieved the domestic double despite the tactical ball and chain, that is peppy, hanging around their collective necks!!
Actually, I have a suggestion...
You and all the other pep fluffers on this forum are welcome to put on the the ManShitty shirt and follow your fake football messiah to Manchester so we don't have to hear your stupid rationalizations that glorify an idiot that has a golden football horseshoe shoved up his ass and don't give proper credence to one of the best teams in football history....
IN SHORT....**** OFF!!!
Dumbledore7 wrote:I give credit to Kimmich for the balls to take a penalty in a final, but the credit stops there Probably the worst penalty I've seen in my life.
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