Pep, Mou & the battle for equality

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3-4-3: Conte, the champion of the radical swing in English football

From Sean Dyche’s traditional 4-4-2, to Guardiola’s inverted fullbacks, then to Klopp’s high press, the first half of the 2016/17 Premier league season has been blessed with a plethora of contrasting philosophies, systems and ideologies. 1,275 more words

The Blues

Chelsea made it eight wins in the Premier League as they came from behind to keep their place at the top of the table with a 3-1 victory against Manchester City. 476 more words


Man City bank on attack to end Chelsea run - Guardiola

(Reuters) – Manchester City will not sit back and let in-form Chelsea dominate Saturday’s clash at the Etihad Stadium and will bank on their attacking instincts to beat the Premier League leaders, manager Pep Guardiola said. 369 more words


Guardiola On Aguero’s Red Card Foul: It Was Unintentional

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola does not believe Aguero’s foul on David Luiz was intentional.

The Manchester City forward was shown a straight red for a dangerous tackle on David Luiz during the closing stages of the 3-1 loss to Chelsea. 186 more words

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The Grumblings of A Barcelona Fan

I will always support my team, through thick and thin. But I will never forget the day we, as a club, made a mistake that is haunting us even today (I sensed, at the time, that we would regret it). 782 more words