Mikel Arteta’s Barcelona roots and Premier League experience could see him set out on a success story in management, writes Stefan Reyners.
Posts Tagged ‘Pep Guardiola’
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.
Neil Sherwin looks at some of the players that could depart Manchester City at the end of the current campaign.
Amid speculation around his future, Thomas Wyer believes that Pep Guardiola still has a lot to prove, and England is the best place to do it.
Dale O’Donnell believes that Jose Mourinho is still the best man for the job at Stamford Bridge, despite a slow start to the season.
Alan Moore discusses drugs in sport and believes that the problem is far greater in football then most people probably realise.