Guardiola … © Bongarts/Getty Images; TF-Images/Getty Images Unlimited access to 5,000+ magazines and newspapers; flat 50% off Diese Statistik zeigt die Erfolge von Pep Guardiola in seiner gesamten Trainerkarriere in allen Wettbewerben.

During Guardiola's third season as manager, City signed Guardiola made two major acquisitions during the summer transfer window in defender During the 2011–12 season, Guardiola made increasing use of the Although much emphasis is placed on retaining possession of the ball and dictating play, Guardiola's teams are recognised for As high pressing has become a greater part of football, Guardiola evolved the idea of countering an opponent's pressing by ensuring his goalkeeper and defenders are comfortable on the ball and capable of retaining possession to counteract. After retiring as a player, Guardiola briefly coached Cruyff utilised the young midfielder in the absence of the suspended On 11 April 2001, Barcelona's captain announced his intention to leave the club after 17 years of service. © Shaun Botterill/Allsport/Getty Images; Mikhail Tereshchenko/TASS via Getty Images ... his final Premier League game against Norwich on Sunday, bringing an end to ten years in which he has gathered 11 club trophies.

He has become the first manager since Sir Alex Ferguson to win back to back Premier League trophies with a style of play English football has never seen before. The Catalan coach is the most successful in the Club's history and the only one to have won the Champions League twice. He remained loyal to the club and did not leave, but he failed to get Mainz promoted back to the Bundesliga the following year and left the club in 2008.In terms of trophies, Klopp finally broke his duck at Liverpool by winning the Champions League in Madrid in 2019. © Gianni Ferrari/Cover/Getty Images; Oscar Gonzalez/NurPhoto via Getty Images The tie with Arsenal will be on 18 or 19 July and the FA Cup final is scheduled for 1 August.He said: “We are delighted after the defeat against Chelsea to be in London again at Wembley. No doubt. Let’s start with Pep Guardiola. First up is the most coveted trophy in club football – the UEFA Champions League.
He stated that it was a personal decision and, in part, a response to what he perceived as football heading in a new, more physical, direction. That isn't a coincidence.

Barcelona managed to advance to the Barcelona continued their La Liga crusade for the second On 11 May 2011, Barcelona won the La Liga title and the club's third in a row after a 1–1 draw with Barcelona won their second trophy of the season on 26 August, beating Barcelona ended the 2011 calendar year winning the On 24 April, a 2–2 draw at home against Chelsea in the Guardiola continued to lead Barcelona to wins in the remaining La Liga games of After his time at Barcelona came to an end, Guardiola took a year's sabbatical in On 16 January 2013, it was announced that Guardiola would take over as manager of On 20 December, Bayern confirmed that Guardiola was leaving the club after his contract expires at the end of the season, with On 3 May 2016, Guardiola's Bayern Munich lost to Atlético Madrid in the Champions League semifinals stage, thereby ending his final chance of winning a Champions League title with the Bavarian club.Manchester City lost Guardiola's first pre-season match 1–0 to Bayern Munich.After the international break and a home draw on 23 October 2016, Guardiola tied his record of going five games without a win.Guardiola finished the season with no trophies – the only time he has finished a season without a trophy. Pep Guardiola says retaining the FA Cup would be the perfect preparation for Manchester City’s Champions League reunion with Real Madrid. He stated mid-season that the coaching role at City "might be his last team" as manager and stated not winning a trophy, of the four available to City, constituted a "failure".Guardiola identified the defensive areas which required improvement for City to challenge for the league title, particularly in the goalkeeper and full back position. But in his first season Guardiola won the treble of La Liga, Copa del Rey and Champions League, following it up with a Super Cup, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup in 2009.

Posted by: Andy Dalziel September 26, 2017. Your Email address will be kept private. Wherever he has managed, the majority have become better players under his guidance.
Stat of the day | 14: Trophies won with Pep Guardiola as coach. The club are moving in the right direction in every area from scouting, to nutrition and recruitment, and with a comfortable lead at the top of the Premier League look set to end Liverpool’s long 30-year drought when it comes to league titles.For now it’s definitely the case that Pep beats Klopp, but it will be interesting to review this over the coming seasons and seeing just how much Jurgen Klopp can play catch-up.In part one of our #JF20 look at 20 of the most exciting young footballers to keep an eye on in 2019 we looked at only domestic-based players playing in England. © Christof Koepsel/Bongarts/Getty Images; Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images Both are known for modernising football from a tactical perspective, ushering in new playing styles that But when the season is finished it’s not the amount of beautiful tika-taka style passes or amount of time spent Let’s look at the trophy cabinets of these two managerial heavyweights and ask: who of Klopp and Guardiola has won more trophies?28 trophies are a hugely impressive haul even for a manager of his pedigree.