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MAN CITY - Guardiola: "I would like to be a national team coach"

14.09.2018 12.30 by Chiara Biondini  read 885

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has revealed that he wants to coach an international team in the future.

"If the opportunity came, I would like to be a national team coach," he said on the Universe Valdano show. "If it can be done, I would like to do it. You learn languages, cultures, to travel and see other places is nice, also for the family."

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