ramsej84 wrote:we've been suffering from that since LvG took over... No coach managed to fix that even to certain extent Jupp
It would appear Pep Guardiola is feeling a bit guilty. After the Bayern Munich manager apologised for making his Premier League plans public, because he put pressure on current managers, El Confidencial have reported he could even decide to take another year off.
Manchester City are the runaway favourites to secure Guardiola for next season and fulfil the Spaniard's will to manage in England, however, nothing has been signed and El Confidencial expect that to remain the same way until the end of the current season.
Such is Guardiola's worry that he's creating a bad situation for managers, that he may decide to take another year off, like he did in New York after leaving Barcelona. Guardiola is determined to have 'no hard feelings' at Manchester City and doesn't want to actively force someone out of a job.
It all sounds like a bit of PR from the Bayern Munich boss, who has been getting a bit of criticism in Germany for the way he's gone about things, and for not taking Bayern to European glory.
JANCKER wrote:Don't hold a grudge on me like usually cause I didn't make up this stuff.
ottackon wrote:You seem to forget that sometimes it is even more difficult to coach a big club with the enormous pressure that implies, not to mention the management of egos in the locker room.
There are many examples of coaches who have succeeded in less prestigious clubs but failed when they were given the reins of a great club. (Gasperini, Mazzarri, Villas-Boas, Benitez etc.)
Dumbledore7 wrote:Funnily enough, Pep has already proven himself in lower division football, promoting Barcelona B with an average squad age of under 21 from the 3rd Spanish division to the 2nd. Hell they would've probably made it to the La Liga if the rules allow it. So Matthäus can take his baseless uninformed opinion and shove it up his butt
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