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us: Guardiola, Pep, 1971-



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    • us: Guardiola i Sala, Josep, 1971-
    • us: Sala, Josep Guardiola i, 1971-
    • us: Guardiola Sala, Josep, 1971-
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    • found: Collell, Jaume. Pep Guardiola, 2009: t.p. (Pep Guardiola)
    • found: Wikipedia search, April 21, 2010 (full name: Josep Guardiola i Sala, known as Pep Guardiola, b. Jan. 18, 1971 in Santpedor, (Barcelona, Spain); football (soccer) manager and former player)
    • found: Perarnau, Martí. Herr Pep. English. Pep confidential, 2014: title page (Pep Guardiola's first season at Bayern Munich) page 4 of cover (one of the greatest coaches in sport)
    • found: Wikipedia, February 9, 2015 (Pep Guardiola; Josep "Pep" Guardiola i Sala (born 18 January 1971); Spanish former footballer who is the current manager of Bundesliga club Bayern Munich. Guardiola played as a defensive midfielder and spent the majority of his career with Barcelona; also played for Brescia and Roma in Italy, Al-Ahli in Qatar, and Dorados de Sinaloa in Mexico while training to be a manager; winner of the Olympic Gold Medal in 1992 for Spain; place of birth: Santpedor, Spain; after retiring as a player, Guardiola became coach of Barcelona B, and in 2008 he succeeded Frank Rijkaard as the first team manager; named the FIFA World Coach of the Year in 2011; Bayern Munich announced on 16 January 2013 that Guardiola would join the club as manager for the 2013-14 season)
    • found: Sports reference/Olympic sports website, February 9, 2015 (Josep Guardiola. Full name: Josep Guardiola Sala. Nickname(s): Pep. Gender: Male. Born: January 18, 1971 in Santpedor, Barcelona, Spain. Affiliations: FC Barcelona, Barcelona (ESP). Country: ESP Spain. Sport: Football. Medals: 1 Gold - 1992 Summer Games, Barcelona)
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