Pep Guardiola and many bookmakers believe that if Bayern Munich are to continue being successful in the upcoming season, he has to learn to how to adapt to his players, and price per head services believe that he shouldn’t have any problems doing that, considering his talent as a coach.
Pay per head and sports bookmaker services were very impressed when they saw that that Guardiola was able to lead Bayern to a league and cup double in his first season at the club, clinching the Bundesliga title by an incredible 19 points that left many bookmakers in a state of disbelief.
However, pay per head services saw that in Europe the German giants came unstuck, as Real Madrid’s destructive counter-attacking style beat Guardiola’s men 5-0 on aggregate in the UEFA Champions League’s semi-finals.
And sports bookmaker services learned that with that devastating loss still fresh in his thoughts, the Spaniard admitted that during the 2014-15 campaign he may change his approach, something that price per head services and many bookmakers believe is very important for his side to evolve.
“I have to adapt to my players, I can’t play like I want,” he said.
“Of course I have an idea, but I have to know when we talk about the tactics first of all we have to talk about the skills of our players.
“We can’t talk about the tactics without the skills of my players, that is the most important thing – to analyse their talent, their mentality and after to make an agreement together so in that way it is the best for the team and for these players.
“I have to persuade them how is the best to play our football, but I have to adapt because I’m not here to change their mentality.
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“I’m not here to change the culture of Bayern Munich or the German mentality and I have to learn to adapt to each other and in the same way to look forward.”
Price per head services all over the world will see how Bayern will perform in the next campaign, and many bookmakers believe that Guardiola will have no problem adapting to his players.