Marcelo Bielsa said that a great compliment to Pep Guardiola as a manager is the fact that another style emerged only with the purpose of stopping his way of playing from thriving. The Argentinian manager had been asked about his influence on other coaches and he denied his importance, suggesting the current Manchester City manager as a more suited example of a manager with a significant legacy.
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