Pep sent a strong message to his ex-player Xavi Hernandez after he was uncovered as FC Barcelona's new supervisor.
On Monday, the LaLiga goliaths introduced their new supervisor to a horde of around 9 000 fans at the Camp Nou, and among those in participation was Guardiola, who got to see his previous player make his first strides in similar shoes he once wore.
Look through the display to see a portion of the scenes from Xavi's Barca unveiling.The 41-year-old has been entrusted with getting this Barca group back up the table as they presently lie in the 10th position, and is set to start his residency on Tuesday morning when he takes his first authority instructional meeting, as per the club's site.
Xavi tried to laud his previous mentor Guardiola during an initial public interview, and the Citizens lead trainer has followed after accordingly, and furthermore dismissed examinations between them, saying that ex-Al-Sadd manager should act naturally.
"I wasn't the beneficiary of anyone and Xavi doesn't need to be my main successor," Guardiola said at a cause golf competition held to raise assets for previous Blaugrana mentor Juan Carlos Unzue's battle against ALS, per Marca.
"Assuming Joan Laporta and the board have picked Xavi, this is on the grounds that there are a large number of professionals and barely any cons."He knows the club and will bring positive energy, considering how he appreciates football and as a result of his commitment. He generally sees the positive side of things.
"With his group, devotion and exertion, I'm certain he'll advance the club's circumstance." The previous Blaugrana lead trainer additionally tended to Barca's accounted for revenue in a portion of City's stars.
"In case Barcelona is keen on one of our players, they will begin the apparatus, it is a sea liner. Barcelona, in great and terrible, can do what they need, " Guardiola said, per Mundo Deportivo."Barcelona keeps on being an alluring club, more than appealing. "The city, the club, history and this for the mentors, for the players, consistently lures a great deal."
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