JANCKER wrote:Magath didn't have the opportunity to manage teams at their peak like someone else we know... just sayin'.
ramsej84 wrote:Is he and some others are contemplating to leave too if Pep decides not to renew ?
#12 wrote:ramsej84 wrote:Is he and some others are contemplating to leave too if Pep decides not to renew ?
Well, last time I checked they had signed contracts with Bayern Munich, not Pep Guardiola?!
albanian7 wrote:No. Boateng is the only one of the current "young" crop that has said retiring at Bayern would be a good thing, that he looks forward to many, many years in the club. He also said in football things change faster, but that he can imagine himself staying here for the future as well as after retiring.
And his bond with the club is strong, it's here that he became a star CB under Julp and an exceptional playmaker-defender under Pep, the club took a chance on him when he was struggling in City and after a year, he was a starter for the German NT. His teammates, his friends are here, his family - he is one of the players I can visualise staying here as long as they can.
These guys are not kids, they have built their own careers, even if Pep has helped them along the way
Thiagoalcantara wrote:City is impossible imo.
One team that might look into pep if he leaves is PSG. man City doesn't fit pep's style imo, but PSG does.
Obviously, there real madrid, but Pep isn't going to go there, just yet.
Looking at PSG team, from top to bottom, the team fits pep perfectly. Only people that need to be replaced is zlatan/cavani and their gk.
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