With its tactical dominance now over, Kaustubh Pandey discusses the death of ‘possession football’ and what will come to take its place.
Posts Tagged ‘Pep Guardiola’
With a recent drop in form following some less than convincing victories, Paul Little questions whether there’s life after Pep for Bayern Munich.
Pep Guardiola has wasted no time in shaking up the Manchester City squad with a number of new faces arriving at the Etihad Stadium over the summer.
After a disappointing year, there were doubts about Raheem Sterling’s ability to bounce back but under new manger Pep Guardiola he has done just that.
Mikel Arteta’s Barcelona roots and Premier League experience could see him set out on a success story in management, writes Stefan Reyners.
Big things are expected of Pep Guardiola and Manchester City this season, but can the Spaniard have similar success to that at his previous two clubs?
Paul Little doesn’t believe that outgoing Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola was a failure at the club, despite suggestions to the contrary.
Alan Moore discusses group think and how it leads to a lack of integrity when it comes to reporting on the stories that should matter most in sport.
Paul Little ponders the rise and fall of tiki taka after the success that it brought Barcelona.
Sam Viller believes that Manchester United have fallen further behind rivals City in the wake of the Pep Guardiola appointment.