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Pep Guardiola
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Personal information
Full name Josep Guardiola i Sala
Date of birth 18 January 1971 (1971-01-18) (age 46)
Place of birth    Santpedor, Flag of Spain Spain
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Defensive midfielder
Club information
Current club England Manchester City (manager)
Youth clubs
1983-1990 Flag of Spain Barcelona
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1990–1992
1990–2001
2001–2002
2002–2003
2003–2004
2004-2005
2005-2006
Total
Flag of Spain Barcelona B
Flag of Spain Barcelona
Flag of Italy Brescia
Flag of Italy Roma
Flag of Italy Brescia
Flag of Qatar Al-Ahli
Flag of Mexico Dorados
059 00(5)
263 00(6)
011 00(2)
0000(0)
013 00(1)
018 00(2)
010 00(1)
378 0(17)   
National team
1991
1991-1992
1992-2001
1995-2005
Flag of Spain Spain U21
Flag of Spain Spain U23
Flag of Spain Spain
Flag of Catalonia Catalonia
0000(0)
012 00(2)
047 00(5)
0000(0)
Teams managed
2007–2008
2008–2012
2013-2016
2016–
Flag of Spain Barcelona
Flag of Spain Barcelona
Germany Bayern Munich
England Manchester City

Josep "Pep" Guardiola i Sala (born 18 January 1971) is a Spanish football manager and manager of German Bundesliga club Bayern Munich. Guardiola had played as a defensive midfielder and spent the majority of his playing career with FC Barcelona. He was part of Johan Cruyff's "dream team" that won Barcelona's first European Cup. He also played for Brescia and Roma in Italy; Al-Ahli in Qatar; and for Dorados de Sinaloa in Mexico while attending managing school. While playing in Italy, he served a four-month ban for a positive drug test, although he was cleared of wrongdoing twice on appeal in 2009 before the Courts of Justice of the Italian Football Federation and the Federal Anti-Doping Courts of the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI). As an international, he played for Spain, and in friendly matches for Catalonia.

After retiring as a player, Guardiola became coach of FC Barcelona B, and mid-2008 he succeeded Frank Rijkaard as the first team manager. In his first season as manager, Barça won the treble of La Liga, the Copa del Rey, and the Champions League. In doing so, Guardiola became the youngest UEFA Champions League-winning manager ever. The following season, Guardiola and Barcelona won the Supercopa de España, the UEFA Super Cup, and the FIFA Club World Cup, bringing the manager's tally to the maximum of six trophies in six competitions in one year, thus completing six trophies sextuple in two seasons.

On 8 September 2011, Guardiola was awarded the Catalan parliament's Gold Medal, the highest honour. On 9 January 2012, Guardiola received the 2011 FIFA World Coach of the Year award for Men's Football. On 30 June 2012, Guardiola quit as Barcelona manager, after achieving 14 titles in four years in charge of the club. On 16 January 2013, the Bayern Munich management announced that Guardiola would join the club for the 2013–14 season, after Jupp Heynckes left in July 2013.

Honours

Player

Barcelona B
Barcelona
Spain
  • Olympic Gold Medal: 1992

Manager

Barcelona B
Barcelona
Bayern Munich

Individual

Player
Manager
  • Don Balon Award: 2009, 2010
  • Miguel Muñoz Trophy: 2008–09, 2009–10
  • Onze d'Or Coach of the Year: 2009, 2011, 2012
  • World Soccer Magazine World Manager of the Year: 2009, 2011
  • IFFHS World's Best Club Coach: 2009, 2011
  • UEFA Team of the Year Best Coach: 2008–09, 2010–11
  • La Liga Coach of the Year: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
  • FIFA World Coach of the Year: 2011
Decorations
  • Gold Medal of the Royal Order of Sporting Merit: 2010
  • Catalan of the Year Award: 2009

External links

Manchester City FC
Manchester City F.C. squad - 2017-18

1. Bravo 3. Sagna 4. Kompany (c) 6. Fernando 7. Sterling 8. Gündoğan 9. Nolito 10. Agüero 11. Kolarov 13. Caballero 15. Navas 17. De Bruyne 18. Delph 19. Sané 20. B. Silva 21. D. Silva 22. Clichy 24. Stones 25. Fernandinho 27. Roberts 28. Denayer 29. Moreno 30. Otamendi 31. Ederson 33. Jesus 35. Zinchenko 36. Zuculini 42. Y. Touré 47. Brattan 50. Maffeo 53. Adarabioyo 69. Angeliño 72. Iheanacho 75. García —. Mooy —. Cáceres —. Mangala —. Hart —. Marí —. Nasri —. Ntcham —. Sobrino

  • Manager: Flag of Spain Pep Guardiola
    Manchester City FC
Current Premier League managers

Benítez (Newcastle United) · Bilić (West Ham United) · Clement (Swansea City) · Conte (Chelsea) · de Boer (Crystal Palace) · Dyche (Burnley) · Guardiola (Manchester City) · Howe (Bournemouth) · Hughes (Stoke City) · Hughton (Brighton & Hove Albion) · Klopp (Liverpool) · Koeman (Everton) · Mourinho (Manchester United) · Pellegrino (Southampton) · Pochettino (Tottenham Hotspur) · Pulis (West Bromwich Albion) · Shakespeare (Leicester City) · Silva (Watford) · Wagner (Huddersfield Town) · Wenger (Arsenal) ·

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Futbol Club Barcelona - Managers

Barrow (1917) • Greenwell (1917–23) • Spouncer (1923–24) • Poszony (1924) • Kirby (1924–26) • Domby (1926–27) • Forns (1927–29) • Bellamy (1929–31) • Greenwell (1931–33) • Domby (1933–34) • Plattkó (1934–35) • O'Connell (1935–40) • Planas (1940–41) • Guzmán (1941–42) • Nogués (1942–44) • Samitier (1944–47) • Fernández (1947–50) • Daučík (1950–54) • Puppo (1954–55) • Plattkó (1955–56) • Balmanya (1956–58) • Herrera (1958–60) • Broćić (1960–61) • Orizaola (1961) • Miró (1961) • Kubala (1961–63) • Gonzalvo (1963) • C.Rodríguez (1963–64) • Sasot (1964–65) • Olsen (1965–67) • Artigas (1967–69) • Seguer (1969c) • Buckingham (1969–71) • Michels (1971–75) • Weisweiler (1975–76) • Ruiz (1976c) • Michels (1976–78) • Muller (1978–79) • Rifé (1979–80) • Herrera (1980) • Kubala (1980) • Herrera (1980–81) • Lattek (1981–83) • Menotti (1983–84) • Venables (1984–87) • Aragonés (1987–88) • Cruijff (1988–91) • Rexach (1991c) • Cruijff (1991–96) • Robson (1996–97) • Van Gaal (1997–2000) • Serra Ferrer (2000–01) • Rexach (2001–02) • Van Gaal (2002–03) • Antić (2003) • Rijkaard (2003–08) • Guardiola (2008–12) • Vilanova (2012–13) • Martino (2013–14) • Enrique (2014–2017) • Valverde (2017–)

Fußball-Club Bayern München - Managers

Hesselink 1903 to ? • Taylor 1907 to ? • Hoer 1909 to 11 • Taylor 1911 • Griffiths 1911 to 12 • Townley 1914 • Kreisel 1915 • Baumann 1916 to 17 • Kirstner 1917 to 18 • Storch 1918 to 19 • Townley 1919 to 21 • Schmid 1921 to 24 • McPherson 1924 to 27 • Weisz 1927 to 28 • Konrád 1928 to 30 • Kohn 1931 to 33 • Tauchert 1933 to 34 • Hofmann 1934 to 35 • Michalke 1935 to 37 • Körner 1937 to 38 • Goldbrunner 1938 to 43 • Heidkamp 1943 to 45 • Högg 1945 to 46 • Pöttinger 1946 to 47 • Riemke 1947 • Dietl 1947 to 48 • Riemke 1948 to 50 • Davison 1950 to 51 • Riemke 1951 • Schäfer 1951 to 53 • Bayerer 1953 to 54 • Knöpfle 1954 • Streitle 1954 to 55 • Moll 1955 to 56 • Hahn 1956 to 58 • Moll 1958 • Patek 1958 to 61 • Schneider 1961 to 63 • Čajkovski 1963 to 68 • Zebec 1968 to 70 • Lattek 1970 to 75 • Cramer 1975 to 77 • Lóránt 1977 to 79 • Csernai 1979 to 83 • Saftig 1983 • Lattek 1983 to 87 • Heynckes 1987 to 91 • Lerby 1991 to 92 • Ribbeck 1992 to 93 • Beckenbauer 1994 • Trapattoni 1994 to 95 • Rehhagel 1995 to 96 • Beckenbauerc 1996 • Trapattoni 1996 to 98 • Hitzfeld 1998 to 2004 • Magath 2004 to 07 • Hitzfeld 2007 to 08 • Klinsmann 2008 to 09 • Heynckesc 2009 • Van Gaal 2009 to 11 • Jonkerc 2011 • Heynckes 2011 to 13 • Guardiola 2013 to 16 • Ancelotti 2016–

Manchester City Football Club - Managers

Furniss (1889–93) • Parlby (1893–95) • Ormerod (1895–1902) • Maley (1902–06) • Newbould (1906–12) • Committee (1912) • Mangnall (1912–24) • Ashworth (1924–25) • Alexander/Committee (1925–26) • Hodge (1926–32) • Wild (1932–46) • Cowan (1946–47) • Wild (1947) • Thomson (1947–50) • McDowall (1950–63) • Poyser (1963–65) • Mercer (1965–71) • Committee (1965) • Allison (1971–73) • Hart (1973) • Book (1973) • Saunders (1973–74) • Book (1974–79) • Allison (1979–80) • Book (1980) • Bond (1980–83) • Benson (1983) • McNeill (1983–86) • Frizzell (1986–87) • Machin (1987–89) • Book (1989) • Kendall (1989–90) • Reid (1990–93) • Book (1993) • Horton (1993–95) • Hartford (1996) • Ball (1995–96) • Coppell (1996) • Neal (1996) • Clark (1996–98) • Royle (1998–2001) • Keegan (2001–05) • Pearce (2005–07) • Eriksson (2007–08) • Hughes (2008–09) • Mancini (2009–13) • Kidd (2013) • Pellegrini (2013–)

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