Josep "Pep" Guardiola is the coach of Bundesliga soccer club Bayern Munich. He is considered one of the best and most sucessful coaches in the world.
Josep "Pep" Guardiola (born January 18, 1971) is a Spanish former footballer who is currently coaching German Bundesliga club Bayern Munich. As a player, he was a Spanish international, and his clubs included FC Barcelona, where he took up the position of head coach in 2008. Four years later, Guardiola took a sabbatical, having won 14 trophies during his tenure. In his first season at Bayern (2013-4), Guardiola managed to win the domestic double (Bundesliga, German Cup), as well as two minor continental competitions (UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup). This page is a collection of recent DW content relating to the Catalan coach.
Italy coach Gian Piero Ventura has paid the price for overseeing the country's first failure to reach a World Cup since 1958. Carlo Ancelotti, recently sacked by Bayern Munich, is among the favorites for the job.
He's been strongly linked with Barcelona and Bayern Munich in recent weeks but Leon Goretzka could still sign a new deal at Schalke, according to the club's sporting director. Goretzka's current contract expires in June.
Bayern Munich's defeat of Borussia Dortmund was the headline act on a frenetic Bundesliga weekend. Away from Der Klassiker, we saw ghost passes, shooting stars and a crazy Sunday night game to cap it all off.
A brilliant early strike from Arjen Robben and goals from Robert Lewandowski and David Alaba condemned freefalling Borusssia Dortmund to a 3-1 loss in Der Klassiker. BVB haven't won in the Bundesliga since September.