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Pep Guardiola admits he may be sacked if Real Madrid beat Man City in Champions League

Daily Star Thursday, 13 February 2020 ()
Pep Guardiola admits he may be sacked if Real Madrid beat Man City in Champions LeaguePep Guardiola has won just about every trophy there is to win at Manchester City but the Champions League still alludes him at the Etihad
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News video: Pep: I dream of the Champions League

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This is what Pep Guardiola told us about the Champions League earlier this week before the news of their European ban.

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