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The time Pep Guardiola spent playing for a team in México

During his career Pep Guardiola was a defensive midfielder and played for very prestigious clubs. Get to know the time he played in México.

Pep Guardiola is considered one of the best coaches currently
Pep Guardiola is considered one of the best coaches currently

Pep Guardiola is a former soccer player and current coach of Manchester City. He is currently considered one of the best coaches in the history of soccer.

Pep Guardiola coached FC Barcelona from 2008 to 2012, a period in which the Blaugrana won fourteen titles, six of them in a single year (the Copa del Rey, the Spanish First Division title, the UEFA Champions League, the Spanish Super Cup, the European Super Cup and the Club World Cup). Find the latest news about the team that won it all with Pep Guardiola as the head coach.

Pep Guardiola now coaches Manchester City

From 2013 to 2016, he coached Bayern Munich, where he won seven titles. From 2016 to the present he has been in charge of Manchester City, with whom he has won a total of eight domestic titles up to now. 

The catalan coach has always stood out for his high pressing and possession of the ball, which is not surprising given that his coached teams included stars such as Daniel Alves, Xavi Hernandez and Lionel Messi. Learn more about the best player he ever coached and follow him in this new stage of his professional career.

As a player, Guardiola stood out for his technique and vision. In addition, in his golden years, he was part of the famous Barcelona "dream team" of 1992, which won the Champions League at Wembley Stadium under Johan Cruyff's coaching.

FC Barcelona

He played in the club's youth ranks from 1984 to 1990 and made his debut in the first division in December of that same year. 

His precision and charisma led him to quickly become a leader and soccer reference in Barcelona. In 2001 Guardiola retired from the team and, together with Spaniard Carles Puyol, he was the player who had won the most leagues in the club's history.

Pep Guardiola from his time as a FC Barcelona player

Brescia, Roma, Al-Ahli SC

After leaving Barca he signed for Brescia where he had a good season. Thanks to this, Roma decided to sign him but he only played five games and returned to Brescia, where he was later suspended and fined for positive doping. 

In 2003 he was signed by the Qatari team Al Ahli SC, an experience that allowed him to get to know another culture and be chosen as the best foreign player.

Dorados and retirement

After turning down offers from Manchester City and Wigan Athletic Football Club in 2006, he signed for Dorados de Sinaloa, where he remained for six months. With some injuries to his credit and after a 16-year professional career, he ended his playing career in 2006. 

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