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.
Arturo Vidal has been a mainstay of Bayern Munich’s midfield for the last three seasons, so his move to Barcelona comes as something of a surprise. But the German champions have the means to replace him without spending.
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has renewed his criticism of the DFB. However, the Bayern chairman stopped short of calling on its president, Reinhard Grindel, to resign. He also had words of criticism for Mesut Özil.
Over 40,000 in Kaiserslautern, 20,000 in Braunschweig, 15,000 in Cottbus, plus impressive non-league support. Big attendances show that German football is about so much more than "Die Mannschaft" and the World Cup.