Pep Guardiola

Could Manchester City's B-Team Win The Premier League?

Manchester City is coming off winning its fourth Premier League title under Pep Guardiola and with the latest signings, the club doesn't seem like it's slowing down. City has practically owned the Premier League in the last five years, winning four out of the last five league titles (finished 2nd in 2019-20 behind Liverpool’s 99-point season). This is no easy accomplishment, but with Guardiola in charge, winning simply becomes the norm.

Since taking his first managerial role with Barcelona in 2007, the Spanish coach has won 10 of 13 league titles.

West Ham Takes Wild Point Off Man City, So EPL Title Race Is Going Down To Final Day

Manchester City slipped, recovered and finally stumbled to a 2-2 draw against West Ham at London Stadium on Sunday to ensure that, as long as Liverpool takes care of business against Southampton on Tuesday, we're going to have extreme title drama on the final day of the season next weekend.  

With EPL Title Almost Wrapped Up, Guardiola Says Team’s Legacy Is ‘We Have Fun’

MANCHESTER, England — Manchester City may appear to be a relentless winning-machine, but manager Pep Guardiola wants his side's legacy to be that their period of Premier League dominance was "fun" as the team close in on their sixth title.

City lead the standings on 89 points, three ahead of Liverpool with two games to play. Thanks to their superior goal difference, a win against West Ham United on Sunday would all but assure them of a second successive league triumph.

Man City Takes Control Of Premier League Race With Five-Goal Hammering Of Newcastle

Manchester City recovered from its surreal midweek Champions League elimination to Real Madrid by beating Newcastle 5-0 at the Etihad on Sunday. The win gives City a three-point lead over Liverpool, and goal difference of +68 to Liverpool's +64, with only three matches remaining in the Premier League.

Guardiola: ‘No Words Can Help’ After Real Madrid Defeat

A focused Manchester City will channel the pain of their Champions League semifinal defeat by Real Madrid into Sunday's home game against Newcastle United, manager Pep Guardiola said on Friday.

The Spaniard told reporters he had not spoken to his players since Real's astonishing comeback in Wednesday's second leg in Madrid and nothing he said would be any consolation.

Guardiola Defends ‘Exceptional’ Zack Steffen After FA Cup Howler Dooms Man City

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola defended back-up goalkeeper Zack Steffen, saying he should keep his place despite an error that led to Saturday's 3-2 defeat by Liverpool in the FA Cup semifinal.

I Watch Atlético For The Bench-Clearing Brawl And 90th-Minute Red Card. They Always Deliver

There's nothing better than a well executed slow burn. 

Guardiola Uses Post-Match Interview To Congratulate USMNT On World Cup Qualification

After Sunday's barnstorming 2-2 draw between Manchester City and Liverpool at the Etihad, it was clear that managers Pep Guardiola and Jürgen Klopp, as disciples of attacking football, were spiritually lifted by what they'd seen out on the pitch.

Brazilians Are Losing Their Minds Over Rumors Of Guardiola As O Seleção's New Head Coach

Brazilian fans are pretty confident about winning the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. The team practically walked the CONMEBOL qualifiers without losing a single game, and supporters feel the squad is strong enough to grab its sixth trophy in the history of the competition. If you go to Brazil, you will probably smell the Hexa in every corner of the country.

The question is, what's going to happen after coach Tite leaves his post? And well, Pep Guardiola may happen. Or at least that's what Diario Marca is saying.