One of the best coaches of our generation, Pep Guardiola is a man who likes to dictate his own future.
While most managers stay in fear of the sack, Guardiola famously ruled himself out of the game after his Barcelona stint for an year long sabbatical. With rumours arising he might do it again, Pep has come forward to address the matter at hand.
“I will not take a sabbatical,” said Guardiola, as quoted by Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo.
“The news comes out, is repeated and is not contrasted. I have two years of contract and, if they do not kick me out, I will continue.”
“There is no better place to play in the world than in England. Or to do your job as a manager here in England,” he said.
“I can compare it with Spain and in Germany, I have not been in other countries, but they would be quite similar. If I went to Italy it would be quite similar to Spain.
“There is no better place. In other places, fans boo you if you don’t win or don’t play good, but here they always support you.
“I am a blue shirt, I am one of yours.”