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Post by The Franchise on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:35 am

Why just the players? Here is to Pep :bow:















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Re: Pep Guardiola : El Puto Amo!

Post by BarrileteCosmico on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:37 am

I vote for "El Puto Amo" Laughing

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Re: Pep Guardiola : El Puto Amo!

Post by The Franchise on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:38 am





Guardiola: "This team dignifies football"
VANESSA FORNS02/20/2012 01:00
The manager considers that, seeing how his players have performed throughout the season, his team doesn’t deserve to be 10 points behind in the Liga. “But we are and we have to live with it,” added Guardiola


After putting on a masterclass display against Valencia, Josep Guardiola praised his players. For the manager, it’s a “privilege” to be able to watch Barça play football. “We’re so lucky to be living in a time when these players play. This team dignifies the sport,” said Guardiola when asked about his take on his team’s performance.

“We’re far away”

Focusing on Barça’s level of play, “when one sees how we’ve competed throughout the year, they think we don’t deserve it,” said the manager in reference to the 10 point gap with Real Madrid. “It’s a shame we’re so far away. I sincerely believe that our play isn’t representative of being 10 points down, but we are, and we have to live with it. The distance is what it is, let’s see if we can fulfill our job,” said the manager.

On the team’s current situation in the league, the Barça manager urged his players to keep on fighting: “We must compete well, if we don’t this [season] will be very long for us. We have to try to make sure that these three remaining months in the league aren’t drawn out and we must try and compete the best we can ... we have to go to the Calderón and play a good game, let’s see if we can get any closer to [Madrid]. We’ll start preparing for the game on Wednesday, it’ll be a good test to see if we want the title.”

“We won’t play where we aren’t wanted”

When asked about the possibility of playing the King’s Cup final in Mestalla and not the Santiago Bernabeu, Guardiola said, “I’d like to go where we are welcome and I’d rather not go to a place where they don’t want us to dignify a competition like the King’s Cup. In the end there aren’t any problems, we’re thankful to Valencia for receiving us. We never want to make anyone uncomfortable. If they don’t want us, we won’t go. It’s clear that we won’t play in a place where we aren’t welcome.”

Guardiola was also asked about what his team would look like without Xavi: “without Xavi this would be different. Not only because of what that implies on the pitch, but off the pitch as well. He’s a lad that goes out to train 10 minutes before training is scheduled, he guides the players that come in, he likes to work ... he’s a one-of-a-kind player, not repeatable. His parents are a bit delayed in making a copy [of Xavi]. This year we have midfielders that are doing a great job.”

Lastly, Guardiola confessed that he told Cesc Fabregas “you have to score a goal,” when he was substituted. “We had way too many clear chances, it’s not possible. We’re helping the opposing keepers of the Liga make a good case for contract extensions with their teams,” he said jokingly. The manager also said that he’s convinced that Messi will break César’s all-time goalscoring record. The Argentine only needs 12 more goals.



Zubizarreta: “We don't mind waiting for Pep to renew his contract”

During the halftime break, the Barça football director said the Club’s position concerning Josep Guardiola’s contract extension is very clear: “Pep knows that he has the complete confidence of the Club, the same when he first started training here. We aren’t giving him any deadlines, he has all of our confidence. If he needs time, he’ll have it. Each year he has signed a new contract and he’s always needed time to feel good about it. His way of working isn’t a problem for us. The Club is at peace [with the process].”
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Post by BarrileteCosmico on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:43 am

Lastly, Guardiola confessed that he told Cesc Fabregas “you have to score a goal,” when he was substituted. “We had way too many clear chances, it’s not possible. We’re helping the opposing keepers of the Liga make a good case for contract extensions with their teams,” he said jokingly.

Goddamn, so Belague really does have a MGS directed microphone Mad

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Re: Pep Guardiola : El Puto Amo!

Post by jibers on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:43 am

Mourinho IS the special one :dance:

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Re: Pep Guardiola : El Puto Amo!

Post by BarcaKizz on Wed Feb 22, 2012 3:20 am

@BarrileteCosmico wrote:
Lastly, Guardiola confessed that he told Cesc Fabregas “you have to score a goal,” when he was substituted. “We had way too many clear chances, it’s not possible. We’re helping the opposing keepers of the Liga make a good case for contract extensions with their teams,” he said jokingly.

Goddamn, so Belague really does have a MGS directed microphone Mad

A lot less bullsh*t comes from his mouth than other journalists actually. Most Of his opinions are pretty keen observations and he's always got the best scoop due to good connections. Has a good relationship with Pep, that's why this would have happened. Can't wait for his book.

+1 for el puto amo
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Post by billy_gr on Wed Feb 22, 2012 7:50 am

Pep :bow:
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Re: Pep Guardiola : El Puto Amo!

Post by Khaled on Wed Feb 22, 2012 9:27 am

@jibers wrote:Mourinho IS the special 5 :dance:

fixed Smile

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Re: Pep Guardiola : El Puto Amo!

Post by Khaled on Wed Feb 22, 2012 9:36 am

Options if Guardiola leaves: Luis Enrique, Valverde, Oscar Garcia, Lluis Carreras, Van Basten, Low, Villas-Boas, Bielsa [marca]

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Post by billy_gr on Wed Feb 22, 2012 10:26 am

Valverde almost destroyed Villareal. Leave him be at Olympiacos.
At least he’s doing a good job there
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Post by Collblanc on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:18 pm

@Khaled wrote:Options if Guardiola leaves: Luis Enrique, Valverde, Oscar Garcia, Lluis Carreras, Van Basten, Low, Villas-Boas, Bielsa [marca]

+ Cruijff, Koeman.
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Post by The Franchise on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:18 pm

Quite surprised De Boer is not on that list.
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Post by Collblanc on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:23 pm

I think De Boer will stay at Ajax together with Cruijff.
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Post by The Franchise on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:27 pm

Koeman did horrible at Valencia and the master retired for a reason. The two games a season for Catalunya and mess he trying to fix in Ajax seem more than enough. He hasnt coached full time in what, 15 years or more?
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Post by The Franchise on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:27 pm

@Collblanc wrote:I think De Boer will stay at Ajax together with Cruijff.

Well yes, for now at least. But he is just as likely, as Bielsa and some others on that list.
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Post by Collblanc on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:36 pm

@The Franchise wrote:Koeman did horrible at Valencia and the master retired for a reason. The two games a season for Catalunya and mess he trying to fix in Ajax seem more than enough. He hasnt coached full time in what, 15 years or more?

True - however Koeman is doing a great job at Feijenoord these days. And I don't expect Cruijff to be coaching again, but it would be great.

Last time he coached was 18th may 1996. Win/loss ratio was 58,14% to 73,50% when he coached Ajax. Guardiola's ratio: 72,12%. Wonder if Cruijff would do a better job.
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Post by Collblanc on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:38 pm

For me, he still is the soccer genius. I've met him few times in Barcelona (la masia) en he truly is the master. I think he can improve our tactics even more. We need someone who can step it up a notch, now Real Madrid and Bayern Munchen are coming closer.
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Post by The Franchise on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:47 pm

@Collblanc wrote:
@The Franchise wrote:Koeman did horrible at Valencia and the master retired for a reason. The two games a season for Catalunya and mess he trying to fix in Ajax seem more than enough. He hasnt coached full time in what, 15 years or more?

True - however Koeman is doing a great job at Feijenoord these days. And I don't expect Cruijff to be coaching again, but it would be great.

Last time he coached was 18th may 1996. Win/loss ratio was 58,14% to 73,50% when he coached Ajax. Guardiola's ratio: 72,12%. Wonder if Cruijff would do a better job.

Yeah, I noticed Koeman is doing better now. I wont comdemn him and say he can never do it big, but I hope he has learnt alot from what happened in Valencia. He benched some very key players and caused nothing short of mayhem.

Yeah, Cruyff to me is a nice dream but not realistic given his age. I dont think he would have the motivation for it either, which would be normal.
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Post by The Franchise on Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:47 pm

Bayern are coming closer? Really? I dont see that.

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Post by BarcaLearning on Wed Feb 22, 2012 4:41 pm

Can someone pls translate the nick name pls?
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Post by BarrileteCosmico on Wed Feb 22, 2012 5:46 pm

It means "The F*cking Boss".

It comes from this video, where Pep finally leashed out at Mourinho publicly, and was later given an applause in the changing room for it. You can read a translation in the video description

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hQIkftJaUg

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Post by Collblanc on Wed Feb 22, 2012 7:48 pm

@The Franchise wrote:Bayern are coming closer? Really? I dont see that.


I can understand that - perhaps not this year but I imagine them being in the top 5 of world clubs within 5 years. Such growth and great youth players. German soccer has really grown the last 3 years, just watch the German national squad - a real contestant for Spain at the next WC/EC.

Quite offtopic Wink Lets continue here - http://www.goallegacy.net/t17371-teams-we-have-to-fear-in-the-nearfuture
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Post by BarrileteCosmico on Thu Feb 23, 2012 12:36 am

So what do you guys make of Pep's reluctance to sign for next season in advance? I think he has the right to sign whenever he wants, he's earned it, but at the same time the matter receives so much press paper that I can't help but feel a little bit uneasy about it, even though I know he will probably end up signing again. I haven't felt this way before, but maybe the fact that this is his 4th year is helping towards that.

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Post by The Franchise on Thu Feb 23, 2012 12:45 am

I think he is doing a great thing, of course the fans are worried, but overall he is doing what is best.

Its a little long, but watch this and you cant help but understand his stance.



I commend him. There is nothing positive about signing a multiyear deal for 2 years in you come to the conclusion you cant do it anymore, its too much.



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Post by billionmillion on Sat Feb 25, 2012 12:34 am

Pep and Messi love


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