Pedrerol Loads against guardiola

Pedrerol Loads against Pep in the program "Jugones"

Pedrerol Loads against Pep in the program "Jugones"

Published:25/04/2014 - 10:30h

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The program "Jugones" of The Sixth took advantage of the defeat of the Bayern of Guardiola in the Bernabéu to load duramente against the ex trainer of the FC Barcelona

In a program prepared especially for the occasion, Josep Pedrerol and his wanted to take advantage of the first defeat of Pep in feudo madridista to adjust pending accounts. Although it seem incredible, Pedrerol dared to give lessons to one of the best trainers of the history of the football with a fault of unworthy objectivity of a professional of the journalism.

To start with they prepared a report standing out all the bad of Guardiola and linked images and critical without any rígor or sense. They accused him of "not giving the face" and "avoid answer to the criticisms", everything and that appeared in the official press conference of the UEFA and answered to all and each one of the questions that formulated him .

But "the best" of the program was the editorial of Josep Pedrerol. A full criticism of grudge and empty of objectivity. The journalist ensured that "the Real Madrid put him the red face to Guardiola" and described the game of the Bayern of "the toquecito of Pep". To finish the esperpento, Pedrerol said that "Guardiola had not invented the football", and that with his excuses of losing evil "all had known to the authentic Guardiola".

Luckily, Pep will be able to answer to this character where more likes him, in the field. It will be next Tuesday, in the Allianz Sand of Munich, when "the game of toquecito of Pep" put to the Madrid and to his cavern where corresponds. We promise to not to lose us the editorial of Pedrerol.

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