Guardiola’s football philosophy in his own words

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  1. Pablo1

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    Not a patch on the footballing philosophy of Bluemoons brains trust.
    He could do with popping on here from time to time just to pick up a few handy tips.
     
  2. Rammy Blue

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    Fact.
     
  3. Blue Til Death

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  4. OB1

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    I believe he is the best manager in football at the present time and I hope that by the time he leaves City, he will be considered the GOAT.
     
  5. jrb

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    Pep Guardiola is the son of a bricklayer who has been described as the Che Guevara of football - but who exactly is the Manchester City manager?

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    Pep Guardiola is a football obsessive but is relaxed and happy in Manchester

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/43486412
     
  6. cleavers

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    Its not a bad article that, but "Che Guevara" is laughable.

    The best bit though are the bitter comments underneath, some truly hilarious shit.
     
  7. caseball

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    No excuse for the first sentence. The BBC really should be doing better with the public's money.
     

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