Guardiola: I'll finish where I started... La Masia

He has also enjoyed success with Bayern and Manchester City, who won the Premier League last season with a record points haul.

City are without the Belgium worldwide due to a knee injury that is set to rule De Bruyne out of action until November.

Now into his third season with Manchester City, and with a contract which runs for a further two years on top of that, Guardiola has started thinking about how his career will wind down... "Hopefully, it will be Barca's", he told the Universo Valdano show, which will air in Spain on Thursday night.

"Stuff out of my hands is out of my hands, how people want to play it is up to them".

Seahawks react to Seattle Storm's third WNBA championship
Washington won a Game 7 to win the title in 1978, while Seattle defeated the Bullets in five games to win the title a year later. Stewart had 25 points in each of the first two meetings but was held to 10 in the final matchup. "This is all about Sue".

"The other day, I met his parents and you often understand how the children are when you know the parents". The clause is €250million. "I could have had a long summer where I felt sorry for myself, but I love it too much, I love challenges".

Joe Hart says he respected Pep Guardiola's honesty when he dropped him from the Manchester City team, but feels criticism of his playing style overlooks "what actually counts".

The 47-year-old Spanish professional football coach was in charge of Barcelona between the year of 2008 and 2012 where he won many trophies for the Catalan club.

"I will finish again where I started", he said in an interview on Movistar. "I want to try it. I'm not saying I'm brilliant or saying I'm ideal", he added.

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