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Postby City64 » Tue Mar 06, 2018 12:07 pm

New contract negotiations to take place tomorrow according to City sources on twitter . Peps advisor is flying in today , great news ! C’mon you blues !
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Re: Pep

Postby ruralblue » Tue Mar 06, 2018 1:30 pm

It'll be announced when we are away after Stoke me thinks.
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Postby sheblue » Tue Mar 06, 2018 3:07 pm

I hope he stays for a long time.
Perish the thought of life after him.
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Re: Pep

Postby PeterParker » Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:09 pm

If we manage to pull this it would be the next step forward for our club.

I still think Pep will leave and will be allowed to leave whenever he wants. But a new contact means business. There is no one better.
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Postby City64 » Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:12 pm

PeterParker wrote:If we manage to pull this it would be the next step forward for our club.

I still think Pep will leave and will be allowed to leave whenever he wants. But a new contact means business. There is no one better.

Why do you think he will leave ? Have you been talking to AG7s representatives ???
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Re: Pep

Postby PeterParker » Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:27 pm

City64 wrote:
PeterParker wrote:If we manage to pull this it would be the next step forward for our club.

I still think Pep will leave and will be allowed to leave whenever he wants. But a new contact means business. There is no one better.

Why do you think he will leave ? Have you been talking to AG7s representatives ???


:D

On a serious note, Pep is a nutcase. If we win everything, he will leave before 2020. I think he gets bored fast and I reckon he still wants to win in Italy and France and become the best ever.

I really hope he found his home here and wants to be part many years of our club.
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Re: Pep

Postby brite blu sky » Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:42 pm

my take on this is that PG is enjoying being at City... maybe for the first time in his managerial career.
Ive posted this before but at Barca he was not able to relax, the pressure of the internal political system at Barcelona makes it difficult to 'enjoy', coupled with a heartfelt belonging at the club and city added up to him needing a year off FFS.

Bayern won everything the year before he arrived and the fans didnt really warm to him... so maybe a bit take it or leave it.

City has been a challenge but the owners i am 100% confident will have supported Guardiola by taking pressure off him when it didn't pan out last season.
City fans have shown their appreciation... and he has enjoyed that.

So i just think he is now enjoying being here more than anywhere else he has managed.
City have ambitions but the club is not up its own arse, so there are challenges a plenty but less pressure.

I was honestly expecting this new contract after it started to properly click this season.
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Re: Pep

Postby zuricity » Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:43 pm

PeterParker wrote:
City64 wrote:
PeterParker wrote:If we manage to pull this it would be the next step forward for our club.

I still think Pep will leave and will be allowed to leave whenever he wants. But a new contact means business. There is no one better.

Why do you think he will leave ? Have you been talking to AG7s representatives ???


:D

On a serious note, Pep is a nutcase. If we win everything, he will leave before 2020. I think he gets bored fast and I reckon he still wants to win in Italy and France and become the best ever.

I really hope he found his home here and wants to be part many years of our club.


wash your mouth out wtf would he want to go to wasted football lands like France and Italy?

He’ll only go back to Barca, because , after the City challenge there isn’t anything else to achieve.

Let’s face it, he ain’t going to a second tier club anywhere to build it up is he ?

City have red carpeted him, no one else can do that , or will do it .
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Re: Pep

Postby PeterParker » Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:48 pm

zuricity wrote:
PeterParker wrote:
City64 wrote:
PeterParker wrote:If we manage to pull this it would be the next step forward for our club.

I still think Pep will leave and will be allowed to leave whenever he wants. But a new contact means business. There is no one better.

Why do you think he will leave ? Have you been talking to AG7s representatives ???


:D

On a serious note, Pep is a nutcase. If we win everything, he will leave before 2020. I think he gets bored fast and I reckon he still wants to win in Italy and France and become the best ever.

I really hope he found his home here and wants to be part many years of our club.


wash your mouth out wtf would he want to go to wasted football lands like France and Italy?

He’ll only go back to Barca, because , after the City challenge there isn’t anything else to achieve.

Let’s face it, he ain’t going to a second tier club anywhere to build it up is he ?

City have red carpeted him, no one else can do that , or will do it .


Winning the leagues in France and Italy will make him, statistically, the best manager ever.

My 2 cents, that idea got through his mouth at some point.
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Re: Pep

Postby City64 » Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:21 pm

PeterParker wrote:
City64 wrote:
PeterParker wrote:If we manage to pull this it would be the next step forward for our club.

I still think Pep will leave and will be allowed to leave whenever he wants. But a new contact means business. There is no one better.

Why do you think he will leave ? Have you been talking to AG7s representatives ???


:D

On a serious note, Pep is a nutcase. If we win everything, he will leave before 2020. I think he gets bored fast and I reckon he still wants to win in Italy and France and become the best ever.

I really hope he found his home here and wants to be part many years of our club.

City are the biggest footballing story on this planet PP . Pep is educating English football and re writing footballing history , he WILL be THE manager who CHANGED everything possibly breaking every record in elite English football or now has the chance to do so for the foreseeable future . Pep is even educating our media , they hang on his every word he even educated the clowns at the FA today with his yellow ribbon politely showing up the FA,s ignorance . He has a grip on English and European Football and hunger to succeed and improve all the time . Read between the lines in his presser today about contrasting this City team to Barcelona , He basically said Barca were the best for 10 or 15 years but this City team will be the next new generation of footballing excellence . Everything is in place for Pep here to build that new dynasty with zero pressure , I don't think I have ever seen Pep so relaxed in himself as the last 6 months he is totally enjoying himself . Passionate as fuck in his own way I love that in a person and always up for a fight , have you also noticed how much his English has improved ? he speaks so well in his own way the man is a perfectionist . Fucking France ??? League one here is more of a challenge than that shit pal ! :D

https://twitter.com/City_Watch/status/9 ... 5042792448
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Re: Pep

Postby edge275 » Wed Mar 07, 2018 12:33 am

brite blu sky wrote:my take on this is that PG is enjoying being at City... maybe for the first time in his managerial career.
Ive posted this before but at Barca he was not able to relax, the pressure of the internal political system at Barcelona makes it difficult to 'enjoy', coupled with a heartfelt belonging at the club and city added up to him needing a year off FFS.

Bayern won everything the year before he arrived and the fans didnt really warm to him... so maybe a bit take it or leave it.

City has been a challenge but the owners i am 100% confident will have supported Guardiola by taking pressure off him when it didn't pan out last season.
City fans have shown their appreciation... and he has enjoyed that.

So i just think he is now enjoying being here more than anywhere else he has managed.
City have ambitions but the club is not up its own arse, so there are challenges a plenty but less pressure.

I was honestly expecting this new contract after it started to properly click this season.


Good post. I concur with your analysis.
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Re: Pep

Postby Justified logic » Wed Mar 07, 2018 7:45 am

City64 wrote:
PeterParker wrote:
City64 wrote:
PeterParker wrote:If we manage to pull this it would be the next step forward for our club.

I still think Pep will leave and will be allowed to leave whenever he wants. But a new contact means business. There is no one better.

Why do you think he will leave ? Have you been talking to AG7s representatives ???


:D

On a serious note, Pep is a nutcase. If we win everything, he will leave before 2020. I think he gets bored fast and I reckon he still wants to win in Italy and France and become the best ever.

I really hope he found his home here and wants to be part many years of our club.

City are the biggest footballing story on this planet PP . Pep is educating English football and re writing footballing history , he WILL be THE manager who CHANGED everything possibly breaking every record in elite English football or now has the chance to do so for the foreseeable future . Pep is even educating our media , they hang on his every word he even educated the clowns at the FA today with his yellow ribbon politely showing up the FA,s ignorance . He has a grip on English and European Football and hunger to succeed and improve all the time . Read between the lines in his presser today about contrasting this City team to Barcelona , He basically said Barca were the best for 10 or 15 years but this City team will be the next new generation of footballing excellence . Everything is in place for Pep here to build that new dynasty with zero pressure , I don't think I have ever seen Pep so relaxed in himself as the last 6 months he is totally enjoying himself . Passionate as fuck in his own way I love that in a person and always up for a fight , have you also noticed how much his English has improved ? he speaks so well in his own way the man is a perfectionist . Fucking France ??? League one here is more of a challenge than that shit pal ! :D

https://twitter.com/City_Watch/status/9 ... 5042792448

Guardiola has often spoken about what a 'big' or 'top' club is in terms of trophies and longevity. EVERYTHING has been put in place here for him to coach the team, the squad and the youths to become a 'top' club for the foreseeable future. I think he will be at our club until he feels that City are truly at that top table, and that will be several years. The guy wants not only to succeed but also to leave a legacy to be remembered by.

My only concern would be that the club's succession plan for Pep's - and Txiki's as DoF - role be in place and that means bringing through youth or associate club coaches or having a quality external candidate or two in mind. However, going on how well thought-out the ADG's business plan has been so far, that isn't a great concern, and certainly not one for today.
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Re: Pep

Postby Original Dub » Wed Mar 07, 2018 10:46 am

If they're the same succession plans as Barca had after Pep, then I'll be ok with that. I don't think I ever heard of one or two of their managers after, but they still won shit.

If he stays long enough, the philosophy will have set in enough to be able to keep momentum. Obviously I rather he stayed forever, but a long time will do me :)
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Re: Pep

Postby Swales4ever » Wed Mar 07, 2018 3:48 pm

always thought those talks were bound to run at season end, granted they're set among ol' pals.

Anyways... the sooner the better, surely!

just....meaningless point, early extension is gonna spoil us of all that delicously bitter, wishful thinking, drivels that British RED loving media would have not failed to put forward, in case of delayed signature.
well aware, my wicked taste is way too cynical to be popular 8-)

THANKS PEP!

1. "unintelligible language"
2. "ACID QUEEN"
3. "never once fails to turn a football thread into a himseelf thread"
4. "thumbs stalker often resulting in repetitive thumb strain"
5. ignore the cunt. he's on permantent wum mission. only TIDs may know City

You'd need to make a very good psychiatrist in order to guess what next in a eight yrs long line of hatred...


In Roger Ailes/Donnie Drumpf's words: "don't know it for a fact, but many people say so..."
there must be some truth, then!
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Re: Pep

Postby Dimples » Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:30 pm

Why Pep will extend his stay:
Excellent read: Man City's plan for global domination: https://www.theguardian.com/news/2017/d ... an-soriano
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Re: Pep

Postby nottsblue » Wed Mar 07, 2018 5:12 pm

Dimples wrote:Why Pep will extend his stay:
Excellent read: Man City's plan for global domination: https://www.theguardian.com/news/2017/d ... an-soriano

Really enjoyed that. Thanks for posting

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Re: Pep

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Re: Pep

Postby South Stand Balti » Fri Mar 09, 2018 2:23 pm

Pep"s agent has no intention of being in town over the next few weeks. It doesn't sound like an extension is imminent
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Re: Pep

Postby Moonchesteri » Fri Mar 09, 2018 7:55 pm

South Stand Balti wrote:Pep"s agent has no intention of being in town over the next few weeks. It doesn't sound like an extension is imminent


Just like our owners he will get bored, fuck off and leave us in trouble...
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Re: Pep

Postby JamieMCFC » Fri Mar 09, 2018 8:55 pm

Moonchesteri wrote:
South Stand Balti wrote:Pep"s agent has no intention of being in town over the next few weeks. It doesn't sound like an extension is imminent


Just like our owners he will get bored, fuck off and leave us in trouble...


It isn't the same thing as people claiming our owner was going to get bored and fuck off. Pep has said it is ideal to only coach for a team for a few seasons and then move on. He said that after awhile players started to get bored and it's hard to motivate them. I really hope that isn't the case with the players we have here.
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