Pep Guardiola. The Man Who Made Manchester City Great Again

Pep Guardiola. The Man Who Made Manchester City Great Again

Guardiola is a former player and coach of Barcelona FC. He won three La Liga titles and two Champions League trophies during his time there.

The man behind Barcelona’s success, Pep Guardiola was named Manager of Manchester City on Monday.

His first job was at Barcelona.

Guardiola started his career with Barca in 1996 when he joined them as an assistant coach. In 1999, he became head coach of the club’s B team. After two years, he moved up to become the assistant coach of the first team.

He won three La Liga titles with Barca.

Guardiola was promoted to the first team in 2008 after being named interim manager following the departure of Frank Rijkaard. His first season at the helm saw him lead the team to its first ever UEFA Champions League title.

He also won two Champions League trophies.

Guardiola has since gone on to win three Premier Leagues with Barcelona, four La Liga titles with Barca, and two Copa del Rey crowns with the Catalan club. In addition, he led Bayern Munich to back-to-back Bundesliga titles in 2013 and 2014.

In 2011 he left Barcelona to take over at Bayern Munich.

Guardiola was named Manager of FC Barcelona in July 2011 after spending five years as assistant coach. During his first season in charge, he guided the team to its first ever Champions League title. His second season saw him lead the team to another league title and the 2012–13 UEFA Super Cup.

In 2011 he became the youngest ever coach to win the Champions League.

Guardiola has won three La Liga titles, two Copa del Rey trophies, four Spanish Super Cups, one UEFA Super Cup, one FIFA Club World Cup, and one UEFA European Championship with Spain.

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