Guardiola: “If the club wants me, I want to stay here”

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  1. dadnlad

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    Talkshite version , Pep off if lose to chelsea
     
  2. TheThirdDeano

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    Hahah fucking 'ell
     
  3. Easy

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    Good post. You are spot on. This is such a unique challenge. At Barca refs were on his side now he’s playing against them PLUS VAR. Very very difficult.

    To win the league this season would be his greatest achievement. There is still hope.
     
  4. Zenmanc

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    Ah, give him another 5 year contract. I'd be over the moon.
     
  5. cityblue123

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    Who wouldn't want him to extend his contract other than the the press who are without doubt along with others trying to unsettle the club. Poor Refereeing, Var, its not an excuse, its fact!
     
  6. rnblade

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    This WILL enrage the FA and the scum media. They’ve done everything they can to try and get him to leave city.

    cnuts.
     
  7. Stevieatlasblue

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    whys this thread not bigger. pep you can stay here for life
     
  8. franksinatra

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    It would be amazing if he did stay here and leave a long lasting legacy and an association with a brand of possession based attacking football.

    Finishing his contract, which means 5 seasons at the club, is a significant time for a modern manager but with the exception of Italy I do not see another league he is likely to manage in and as he is too young for International football I just hope the stars have aligned on this one.
     
  9. Ballet-on-ice

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    The problem is this. Pep could be like Ferguson and stay for 20 years but if he loses his intensity then it all goes to shit.

    Time isn't the issue, it's how long Pep keeps his hunger and how long the players buy into it.
     
  10. abu13

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    In some ways the dippers winning the league this year might just be what it takes for Pep to stay longer, Just to put them and VAR back where they belong
     

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