Bazi wrote:... another 2-3 year extension. Adidas, Audi, Sky, Pay him whatever he wants...
"He’s full of re-invention – in six months here Pep has tried more things than in four years at Barça."
"The burnout factor for Pep in Munich is less than at Barcelona because there he had to step into roles which shouldn’t really have been his, due to the lack of leadership there. There were moments when he seemed almost to be the president of Catalunya, the coach of FC Barcelona and the club spokesman. He had to fight accusations of doping, battle Mourinho and deal with UEFA. His work in Munich is much more normal."
"There’s no fuss, fanfare or luxury here at Bayern but there’s absolutely everything a professional needs to do his work well. Fundamentally, it’s full of good professionals. And there’s an enormous respect for work ethic. Yesterday I said to Pep, “we’re in precisely the right place at exactly the right time. It may or may not be the club where we win the most trophies, but I struggle to imagine anywhere else right now with such ideal conditions. The players individually and collectively are determined to progress and improve. They are hungry to learn and just as hungry to win. It means that right now, thanks to the union of the club and the squad, this is an unparalleled environment for us. Perhaps in a few seasons it won’t be, but right now it definitely is.
All of that has had an effect on Pep and changed him."
runaway wrote:Is this why Bayernforum went down last night?
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