Meanwhile, Martinez laughed off suggestions by Sevilla midfielder Samir Nasri that former Bayern coach Pep Guardiola has strict rules stating players must not have sex after midnight.
"Pep never said that to us in the dressing room, or perhaps if he did say it, I didn't want to listen," Martinez said. "But that doesn't bother me -- I'm usually asleep before 12 anyway."
JANCKER wrote:Yes cause his away record is so awesome, not.
Dumbledore7 wrote:JANCKER wrote:Yes cause his away record is so awesome, not.
Lol don't be such a smartass. He'd do a much better job than Ancelotti while blindfolded and having his mouth taped on.
Pelin wrote:He can stay where he is.Pep had his own weaknesses, his own issues. Pep destroyed Bayern, then Ancelotti came. He didn't fix Pep era's debole points and added more to fix. He is destroying us more than Pep now.
We need a german coach anymore,a real coach not jokes.
rthebest wrote:Agree his away records were aweful. But he atleast worked hard and took every game seriously. Good or bad he had 3-4 plan for each game and wasn't afraid of changing things as soon as things wasn't working.
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