The Spaniard tactician Pep guardiola as been officially unveiled.
On the 3rd of July which happens to be yesterday at the etihad stadium the new head coach pep guardiola was unveiled to take questions from supporters with thousands turn out to see him for the first time So Pep Guardiola has had his official unveiling as Man City boss and it’s fair to say he nailed it.
The fans are so happy about his appointment as their side’s new boss - because he is capable of astonishing things. As if to prove that point, the Spanish gaffer has done something incredible before he has even taken charge of a game.
Pep guardiola elaborated about some wishes the fans requested for concerning the signing of Messi.
In his own word he said : “No, he will stay at Barca for the rest of his career.”
He was always asked about his view on the English premier league: “I have no preconceptions at all about coming to England or the football in the Premier League. I want to learn as much as possible.”
pep guardiola as made note about bringing the best out of them he said he does not mind to “A hug and kick their a****.”
He reminded the fans about his quality has a coach “I have proven myself in Barcelona and in Germany and after I want to prove myself here with my staff and the amazing players City have.”
Pep Guardiola also gave update on his first signing Iker Gundogan fitness: The Dortmund midfielder will miss the start of the season with City and gave an update today on his injury.
“Our target is end of August, September and September 10 is the derby, so I could be ready for it, but it’s difficult to say,” he told Sky Sports News.
“If it’s one week earlier it’s good, but one week later is also good. The important thing is to be safe and then everything else will come on its own. “Everything is going well and I am looking forward to being back on the field. I’m doing my rehab, increasing the pressure on my leg, and I’m in good shape and looking forward to it.”
Some of the Fans Mr Daniel Wayne makes remarks on their new manager: '' pep is a great coach his loved around the world he has a great tactics lots of players has been brought to lime light under him we are happy his here with us hopefully win us more title.''
Our take on the new 2016/17 Premier League season is set to be AMAZING Pep Guardiola.
But with the news that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is joining Man United AND the official unveiling of Pep Guardiola at Man City, excitement levels have gone up a notch.
Even before the end of 2015/16, we could already list a whole series of potential talking points for the next campaign.
Will Leicester be able to repeat their heroics? Can Spurs take the next step? Will Arsenal go back to finishing third or fourth? But just stop and think about the many new personalities heading to our league.
Guardiola at City, Jose taking the reins at Old Trafford (and bringing Zlatan with him), Antonio Conte’s rebuilding job at Chelsea… there are a lot of big names on their way.
And brilliantly, that means next season’s Premier League is going to feature a lot of football’s famous grudges, rivalries and feuds…
Pep wants to bring quality football and prove himself
Pep Guardiola says he hopes to prove himself to Manchester City fans after being officially unveiled as the club’s new manager.
The Spaniard arrives at the Etihad after three years with German giants Bayern Munich, whom he led to a trio of Bundesliga titles.
That came after unprecedented success in Catalunya with Barcelona, with whom he won 14 trophies in four years, including three La Liga titles and two Champions League crowns.
Now Guardiola has arrived in the Premier League to much fanfare amongst City supporters, having been handed a contract that makes him the most highly-paid coach in world football.
And the 45-year-old arrives with a simple aim - to make City supporters “proud”.
images of the home kit for 2016/17 Premier League season
Final word from Pep Guardiola.
“I know how hard the Premier League is and some people have said that I will find it hard to play the football I like to play in England so I said to myself ‘Why not?’ That’s why I’m here - because I want to try.
“We have to find a way to win and if we win one game, the next week we will say ‘OK, let’s try and do the same things this week’ – and if we win again, we’ll say, ‘let’s do the things that won us those two games’ and so on.
“I’ve been told that it will be hard to do that in the Premier League but we did it at Barcelona and Bayern Munich and people may say, ‘Yes, that’s because it was Barcelona and Bayern – it won’t be possible to do that in England’ and I just say OK, let’s try.”
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