Alun Vaughan ponders why Pep Guardiola’s mentor, Juan Manuel Lillo, fails to get the admiration he deserves.
Posts Tagged ‘Pep Guardiola’
With André Villas-Boas rumoured to be on the verge of taking over at Chelsea, Ciaran Kelly looks at whether the young manager can establish his own identity or will forever be labelled the ‘New Mourinho’.
As Barcelona continue to receive worldwide plaudits for their recent achievements, long time rivals Real Madrid must attempt to break the mould.
Following Barcelona’s demolition of Manchester United in the Champions League Final, Willie Gannon reports on one of the best team performances ever seen.
Willie Gannon analyses tomorrow’s Champions League final in Wembley, as Manchester United meet Barcelona.
Samuel Luckhurst shares his thoughts on last night’s Barcelona and Real Madrid games which took place minus a certain Portuguese manager.
One El Clasico down, three to go, and Jospeh Sexton gives his thoughts on the story so far as well as the upcoming battles.
Barcelona finally slipped up in La Liga with a draw against Sporting Gijon, and Joseph Sexton brings us details from that game as well as the best of the rest from La Liga.
It is Christmas Eve, and to celebrate the coming of the festive season we have a special rendition of “‘Twas the night before Christmas” for you to enjoy, taking the classic Christmas carol and giving it a Twitter, journalistic and Barcelona inspired shake-up!
Sevilla 2 Barcelona 3 Pep Guardiola’s first failure to win a competition as Barcelona coach arrived well over a year after taking charge at the Camp Nou. It came at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in Seville. That night, Manolo Jimenez’s men were completely outplayed by a rampant Barca and suffered a 1-0 defeat but advanced […]