He's just extended his contract by another two years.... here are the stats behind the serial-trophy winning Pep Guardiola...


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Guardiola – a management career defined by success

Guardiola spent four seasons in charge of Barcelona, where he won 14 major trophies, including the Club’s first ever treble in his first year in charge.

After a year’s sabbatical in New York, he took the reins at Bayern Munich in 2013, where he added a further seven trophies to his CV whilst revolutionising the Bavarian’s style of play.

And after a difficult first season at City, the 2017-18 campaign was the best in the Club’s history as Guardiola’s side set a plethora of new English top-flight and Premier League records.

Barcelona (2008-12)

La Liga (3), Copa del Rey (2), Spanish Super Cup (3), Champions League (2), Super Cup (2), Club World Cup (2)

Bayern Munich (2013-16)

Bundesliga (3), DFB-Pokal (2), UEFA Super Cup (1), FIFA Club World Cup (1)

Manchester City (2016-present)

Premier League (1), League Cup (1)

City’s record breaking 2017-18 season

On Thursday, Guardiola was named LMA Manager of the Year and Premier League Manager of the Season in recognition for the superb campaign he has overseen.

City smashed a series of Premier League records under the Catalan this season, including:

Most consecutive wins – 18

Most passes in a game – 902 (v Chelsea in March)

Most goals in a single season – 106

Most wins in a season – 32

Most points in a season – 100

Most away wins in a season – 16

Biggest goal difference - +79

Biggest winning margin – 19 points


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