Pep Guardiola to leave Man City in 2023 | Extends contract until 2025

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PSG or a national team probably.

Maybe Juventus if they sort themselves out and start dominating again.
Managing AC Milan and making them dominate Italy and do well in Europe would be more challenging than managing Juventus.

I hope he goes to AC Milan, but i wonder if they have the resources that he requires.
 

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Pep wants the Brazil NT job, always been his dream job. So when he leaves and City go to shit, how long before he can be the next Man Utd manager?
He’s going to make Casemiro, Fred and Antony beasts for Utd. :drool:
 

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City are such a well oiled machine, they’ll keep winning with a suitable manager for their philosophy. They’d hire Luis Enrique and be just fine.
 

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City are such a well oiled machine, they’ll keep winning with a suitable manager for their philosophy. They’d hire Luis Enrique and be just fine.
Ive been saying to City supporting mates that Enrique will be their next manager after Pep leaves. Its almost predetermined for them. Hope is that Enrique gets another gig instead and City appoint their own Ole in Shaun Goater as their next manager instead :lol:
 

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Any chance we can grab Pep?????..... I mean the answer is obviously no, but we should still try :lol:
 

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Ive been saying to City supporting mates that Enrique will be their next manager after Pep leaves. Its almost predetermined for them. Hope is that Enrique gets another gig instead and City appoint their own Ole in Shaun Goater as their next manager instead :lol:
The timing couldn’t be more perfect for City. Enrique manages the winter WC, has some time off during the season before taking the City job next summer.
 

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I don't see a reason he'd take charge with another club or national team if he's talking about having a break. Finish the season, fail to win the Champions League again, take some time off, enjoy the sun and non-spaghetti pasta.
 

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‘feck yeah’ let’s watch Liverpool win multiple PLs…

Every Utd fan should want Guardiola to stay. Sad but true.

If he leaves the PL will belong to Liverpool.
City is stacked. Whoever their next manager is likely will just need to be a good motivational speaker and they’ll still challenge. Klopp’s Liverpool is already looking shakey and instead of hoping that City continues to win titles I’d rather hope we have closed the gap somewhat by then.
 

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City is stacked. Whoever their next manager is likely will just need to be a good motivational speaker and they’ll still challenge. Klopp’s Liverpool is already looking shakey and instead of hoping that City continues to win titles I’d rather hope we have closed the gap somewhat by then.
Yeah good luck with that.

You can close the gap somewhat and you’ll still be watching the dippers win multiple PL titles without Guardiola to stop them.

And trust me, it will be fecking unbearable.
 

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Their brand is going to lose so much of its value when he's gone. They'll go back to being completely irrelevant.
 

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Klopp’s Liverpool is already looking shakey
Results havent been good to start the season obviously, but its not like they havent completely dominated their opposition for the two games. They also beat City soundly before the season. I suppose it depends a bit on how the new players settle in, but their on pitch play havent been poor. Unfortunately
 

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Yeah good luck with that.

You can close the gap somewhat and you’ll still be watching the dippers win multiple PL titles without Guardiola to stop them.

And trust me, it will be fecking unbearable.
You seem unhappy that I’m happy Pep is looking for pastures new and it’s a curious reaction. I don’t even necessarily understand the point of this exchange. I’ve explained my reasoning to you because you quoted me - I assume you feel differently, and that’s OK, but it’s not as if your posts will make me change my mind and be unhappy that Pep is leaving, so
 

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You seem unhappy that I’m happy Pep is looking for pastures new and it’s a curious reaction. I don’t even necessarily understand the point of this exchange. I’ve explained my reasoning to you because you quoted me - I assume you feel differently, and that’s OK, but it’s not as if your posts will make me change my mind and be unhappy that Pep is leaving, so
I just think it’s a bit short sighted to react with ‘feck yea’ to the notion of a PL where Liverpool have no Guardiola to block their title each year…

But fair enough, let’s see how it pans out.
 

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He's only going to feck off when ten hag puts in the final piece.
 

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I used to be fairly okay with him being there to minimise the number of Klopp title wins.. doesn’t feel so necessary now so wouldn’t mind it if he fecked off like
 

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I shall make a bold prediction, he won't see the end of his contract.

ok it came out a lot more ominous than I intended.
 
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