Pep Guardiola

Review: Man City’s Amazon Series Is An Illuminating Look At Pep Guardiola And The Day-To-Day Of A Super Club

All or Nothing: Manchester City will be released through Amazon Prime on Friday, Aug. 17, and after watching the first four episodes of the eight-part series, it’s evident that the show qualifies as can’t-miss TV. With a camera crew embedded amongst the Citizens throughout a historic, record-breaking 2017-18 campaign, All or Nothing is so wonderfully and dramatically produced that it’ll appeal to even the most casual of fans, but it’s also littered with revealing moments that’ll fascinate football obsessives around the planet.

Guardiola Calls Bernardo Silva’s Community Shield Performance ‘A Masterpiece’

The FA Community Shield doesn’t count for much. Last season, Arsenal won it thanks to contributions from Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Olivier Giroud. Not one of those players was even at the club come February. We can, however, surmise from the 2018 edition that Manchester City is really good.

I think they earned the right to that plaudit last season.

Explaining The Genius That Is Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola is, in my humble opinion, the best manager in the game right now. There will be others who one day usurp his position as managerial king, but that day shall not arrive for a number of years, even decades. 

We saw his genius work for Manchester City last season, as the Citizens reached the 100 point mark as well as setting multiple other records.

While it’s all well and good to sit here and marvel about the product Guardiola produces on the field, isn’t it worth investigating how and why he can garner his team to annihilate every opponent in front of them? 

The Trailer For Man City’s Documentary Shows Why Everyone Wants To Play For Pep Guardiola

Every professional footballer on the planet wants to train under Pep Guardiola (apart from Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Yaya Toure). His approach to playing the game has revolutionized football and brought unmitigated success to Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Manchester City. Now, thanks to Amazon Prime Original docuseries “All or Nothing: Manchester City”, we get a behind-the-scenes look at Guardiola and total access to City’s stable of world-class footballers.

Yaya Toure Says Guardiola’s Reputation Is A 'Myth' And The Coach Has 'Problems With Africans'

Former Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has dropped some serious allegations against Pep Guardiola, who managed the Ivorian at both City and Barcelona, in a recent interview with France Football.

Teaser Trailer For 'All Or Nothing: Manchester City' Has Us Tingling With Excitement

Manchester City crushed it in 2017-18, setting all sorts of records on the way to the Premier League crown. It was one of the greatest seasons in England history, and fortunately for fans of the beautiful game Amazon filmed it all for the docuseries "All Or Nothing: Manchester City."

Exclusive: Glossary Of Pep Guardiola's Hand Signals From The Stands



Pinky in the air

Switch to a 4-4-2.

Making a "W" with arms on top of head

Switch to a 4-2-2-2 Brazilian box.

The "Hook 'Em" sign

Switch to a 4-2-3-1.

Hands spreading apart

Play closer to each other (this is trickery).

Hands gone closer together

Spread out (this is also trickery).

Hand to ear like a telephone

Guardiola Drops Mourinho-Pogba Fallout Bombshell On The Eve Of Manchester Derby

On the eve of a Manchester Derby that could decide the Premier League title, Pep Guardiola has revealed some pretty destabilizing claims concerning Paul Pogba’s past, present and future at Manchester United. According to Guardiola, Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, offered his client to the Citizens over the January transfer window.