Pep Quotes

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An internship with Pep Guardiola would be a huge present.
With Pep in charge, I feel sure we can win significant silverware and, importantly, we will try to do it playing attractive, attacking football.
I am reading the biography of Pep Guardiola. I find it really interesting.
The stereotype of a leader is one who talks and peps people up and things like that, but in actuality you have to listen to your teammates.
You cannot compare Pep to any Brazilian coach. If you put all Brazilian coaches together, you would get Pep. One has motivational skills, another is tactically strong. But Pep has it all.
I try not to respond with a pep talk, such as, “Everyone has talent, just try, you’ll see.” I skirt those kinds of answers.
I give myself pep talks. I have to tell myself how sexy I am – literally every day. I do. I look in the mirror and say, ‘You are so sexy,’ because everything else in my body is telling me, ‘No, you’re not.’
I go from locker to locker, pretending the guys are here. You know, give them a little bit of a pep talk. It must be working, because we haven‘t lost a game yet.
Tom McVie
I prefer to get my own picture of people and Pep was the main reason that I moved to City. I am very happy with how things have gone, both personally and in a sporting sense.
We’re a long way away from someone like Willie Pep winning a round without throwing a punch.
Working under Pep Guardiola, a chance like that doesn’t come along too often. That’s no disrespect to Mauricio Pochettino, but the people that Pep has worked with grow as players.
Pep has so much charisma that always makes you give more than 100 per cent, not only in matches, but in training too. His way of understanding the game also suits my style perfectly.
I’m cool with Pep. I think he‘s a top manager.
Pep is not the best coach in the world. I prefer Mourinho. He is the No.1, because Mourinho is more transparent and more direct than Guardiola.
I sit down and watch videos. I take notes. That’s when that inspiration comes – the moment that makes sense of my profession. The instant I know, for sure, that I’ve got it. I know how to win. It’s the moment that my job becomes truly meaningful.
Pep’s arrival at City was the biggest factor in me coming here. Every player wants to works with him. If you ask any player, they would be happy to do so even if it was just for a few months.
Pep is the best manager in the world. He’s always looking to help me get better and improve my game.
Pep has the magic touch. He breathes football.
Jogi Low and Pep Guardiola both know exactly how to deal with me. To receive criticism from big coaches even delights me a bit.
If I stay working with Pep Guardiola, if he wants me, he’s just going to be a lucky man because I will be really hungry. I am the type of player for his philosophy and the way he likes his team.
My friend and I sang an a cappella rendition of Extreme‘s “More Than Words” at one of our football pep rallies in a desperate attempt to look cool. For a while, I wore pink Converse All Stars because I thought it made me seem daring and irreverent.
When you see Pep on TV or read his words in the newspaper, it is the portrait of a man who is the ultimate professional. But when you work with him, you don’t just come to see him as a coach. You learn about his qualities as a man. It is that side of Pep Guardiola that the people on the outside don’t get to see.
Drunken men give some of the best pep talks.
Pep Guardiola was very good for the Bundesliga.
All I meant was that people take their same old lives wherever they go. No place is perfect enough to strip you of that. And some places have a way of magnifying your demons, or of, I don’t know, giving them pep pills.
When Pep played this incredibly attractive and multifaceted football in Barcelona, a lot was written and said about Barca‘s playing with the ball. But the real madness was counter-pressing. Most opponents never had the ball for longer than five seconds before they got smashed by this machine.
I have respect for Pep and what he won, and what he did for football because he changed some mentalities in football.
Talking about Pep is hard, he is just a genius. He tries to change things when we need to and it works. He is something else.
We talk a lot about the importance of physical exercise to wake us
up out of the half sleep in which so many of us walk around. But we need, even more, some spiritual and mental exercises every morning to stir us into action. Give yourself a pep talk every day.
Pep Guardiola sees things before they happen, and that’s an advantage – a massive plus.
President Obama gave a speech about healthcare tonight, and yesterday he gave a pep talk to students. He told them that in order to succeed they need to work hard and study hard. Then today, former President George W. Bush presented the rebuttal.
Lahm is a scandal. He is super-intelligent, understands the game brilliantly, knows when to come inside or to stay wide. The guy is f****** exceptional
In Germany, we laugh at it. Mourinho just selects a topic to moan about – transfers, team preparation, a rival coach. But Pep Guardiola wants it all to be about the performance of his team. He’s obsessed by possession, like at Bayern Munich, and will not compromise on that at Manchester City.
If you ask a million players who they would want as manager, they will come back with a top three list of Mourinho, Pep Guardiola, or Diego Simeone.
For me personally, Pep Guardiola is the best coach in the world.
One of the positive things about Pep is that he is so close with his staff – they support him in every situation, and we, as players, have huge contact with them.
I had to go step by step to get used to the training and to the system of Pep Guardiola.
Spain started to generate a very good playing style from Pep Guardiola’s arrival at Barcelona.
Drop out of school before your mind rots from exposure to our mediocre educational system. Forget about the Senior Prom and go to the library and educate yourself if you’ve got any guts. Some of you like Pep rallies and plastic robots who tell you what to read.
For me as a young player, it’s great to have had a coach like Pep Guardiola and have coaches like Carlo Ancelotti and Jogi Low, because you get different impressions.
In the Champions League I’m no expert. Pep is the expert, he’s won it twice as a manager.
A man is free to go up as high as he can reach up to; but I, with all my style and pep, can’t get a man my equal because a girl is always judged by her mother.
When I became a coach, I began to admire Pep Guardiola.
That is what it is like with Pep. At first, you don’t understand. But then you grow up, you work, and now we understand the things he wants much better. It’s not like the first season when it took him more time to make us understand his ideas. Some players didn’t understand immediately what he wanted.
With Pep Guardiola, City are growing more and more.
I would say Pep Guardiola’s No. 1 quality is that he sees the technical and tactical aspect of a game really fast.
Pep was always an inspiration to me when I left Inter because of his methodology, and the way he plays such fantastic football.
Pep is at a very high tactical level. A teacher who wants to know every detail of the game.
Pep is an extraordinary coach.
Personally, I would like to face Barcelona in every game because it gives you so much motivation and you learn a lot from it. Pep Guardiola is a really important person in the history of their club. He has a winning mentality and that is fundamental.
Everybody wants to play for Pep.
I used to love to see Willie Pep and Ray Robinson. To me, the epitome of a great athlete is a great boxer. I just love the rhythm of seeing a man dance, slip punches. I loved the dancers and boxers. I would see them and be mesmerized.
And,” Amber said, practically drooling as she ogled him, “it’s tradition for new arrivals to help with the pep rally.” Brooklyn quirked her lips in doubt. “Tradition?” “It’s a new tradition,” Amber shot back. “Clearly the deeper meaning of the word has escaped you.
There were many good reasons to move to Bayern, and Pep Guardiola was definitely one of them.
Fortunately, however, birds don’t understand pep talks. Not even St. Francis‘. Just imagine, he went on, preaching sermons to perfectly good thrushes and goldfinches and chiff-chaffs! What presumption! Why couldn’t he have kept his mouth shut and let the birds preach to him?
I pass and I move, I help you, I look for you, I stop, I raise my head, I look and, above all, I open up the pitch…The one who has the ball, is the master of the game…Thats the school of Joan VilГ , of Albert Benaiges, of Johan Cruijff, of Pep Guardiola
I’ve just got better as a player thanks to Pep.
I love challenges, especially with Pep Guardiola.
Any tips for winning?” she’d asked. “Yeah. Do what you gotta do to survive.” “That’s it? Wow. You suck at pep talks.
Bulking up for the Twilight films was one of the hardest things I’ve done… I had to give myself a lot of pep talks, as there was just so much gym time.
I never understood why people take drugs. They’re habit forming and they can kill you. I didn’t need anything to pep me up or make me feel more creative, and I didn’t need them to help me with women.
Playing for Pep has certainly lived up to the expectations. I knew him from the Bundesliga and saw him coaching Barcelona when everyone saw an excellent manager who is able to get players to improve. He is a great personality and a very nice guy.
All of you know how Pep Guardiola is as a manager… he is the best coach in history.
When Pep Guardiola accepted the Manchester City job, he would have asked himself one question about the club’s current squad: is this a team that can win me the Champions League?
Pep is a modern coach, he’s intelligent, brave, likes football and always has the players on his side. He knows a lot about football, but Mourinho’s success in all countries where he has been confirms him as the best.
no more pep talks about believing in toads,” Liza said. “Don’t they turn into princeses when you kiss them?” Bonnie said. “Thats frogs,” Liza Said. “Entirely different species.
The nearest I have ever seen to the great Willie Pep
When it comes to the game they both focus on different things. Pep is maybe more about positions, dominating the ball while Jurgen is maybe more like winning the ball and trying to score goals as quick as possible with high intensity.
I never liked pep rallies. I found school spirit hard to deal with. I am much more oriented towards the individual.
They used to call me ‘Touchdown T.’ I remember in high school, we had homecoming, and I got in front of the pep rally, and I told them, ‘I’m going to run for three touchdowns.’ I ran for three touchdowns, kicked the extra point, and took myself out the game.
When Pep was at Barcelona, I was so young, 16 or 17 years old. I went to training a lot, and Pep Guardiola told me a lot of things, but I didn’t stay in the first team. He is an amazing coach, and if he comes to the Premier League, I think he will win a lot of titles.
Pep Guardiola tactically brings a gift that is second to none in the world.
The relationship with Pep wasn’t a very good one.
For me, it’s been a treat to interact with authors who were publishing when I was a young reader. Judy Blume once gave me a pep talk at a writing conference. I had a short story featured in the same anthology as Beverly Cleary. Magic.
I obviously take a lot of pride in what I do on the football field, because that has the ability to influence a lot of people. That puts smiles on people’s faces. That gives people a pep in their step on Monday morning when they go back to work.
You hear all these people saying, ‘Oh, Pep, what a good manager he is.’ Forget about it. Cruyff was the best, by far.
Pep Guardiola, when he was at Bayern Munich, he was able to reply in German in his first press conference.
I give myself a pep talk and visualize the routine. I tell myself: “I can do this, let’s go!”
Dr. Everest, got up and gave us a little pep talk. Mostly it boiled down to the fact that it was autumn, and everyone was back, and while that was a great thing, people better not get cocky or misbehave or he’d personally kill us all. He didn’t actually say those words, but that was the subtext.
Pep is a great manager who has coached some big teams in Europe and won a lot of trophies.
If you walk into the room, and you’re smiling and have a pep in your step, people are going to be drawn to you. If you walk into a room and you’re sad and you look insecure, it’s bad energy.
The game is not won by a pep talk on Saturday. It’s won by preparation of your club from Monday until game time. If they’re not ready on Saturday, you’re not going to get them ready by trying to inspire them with a dog-eat-dog sermon on that day.
Pep is highly intelligent.
It’s no wonder Pep is one of the best coaches in the world. When I knew I could work with him I was very happy. I didn’t think twice. He has helped a lot in my adaptation, in the form of the game he likes.
Pep has made me understand the game more: not just how I play but also how the team has to play, because I am just a component.
Pep always keeps inventing new things. He is magic. I hope he can win the Champions League with City.
Pep Guardiola is one of the most respected managers in the world.
Everybody needs a killer LBD. If you’re a woman, you should find that LBD that gives you that extra pep and confidence.
I like the Klopp mentality but at the same time, I like the Pep culture about football because always we need intensity with and without the ball.
Pep’s tactical and technical assessments are like nothing I’ve ever seen before, and I think that’s why people enjoy to see him fail.
I experienced how Pep Guardiola worked every day. He had football on his mind round the clock: ‘What system does the opponent like to play? How do I want to set up my team, who do I want in which position?’
I wouldn’t undervalue my year under Pep Guardiola because I think I made a big step forward in that year.
My friend and I sang an a cappella rendition of Extreme’s ‘More Than Words’ at one of our football pep rallies in a desperate attempt to look cool. For a while, I wore pink Converse All Stars because I thought it made me seem daring and irreverent.
It’s really amazing what Pep Guardiola has done at Man City.
Lack of pep is often mistaken for patience.
Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola are the two best teachers in the world.
The role of a goalkeeper in Pep’s team is like the 11th outfield player on the pitch, in terms of the build-up, the pressing. I think it’s more difficult. There is a bigger responsibility because you can’t afford to make any mistakes. If you do, it probably ends in an opposition goal.
The best managers out there at the moment are Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho but they are at other clubsReal Madrid and Barcelona.
I am not dependent on Pep. He is a great coach, but I do not need to take the same path as him.
He was always brilliant, but when Pep Guardiola started to use him as a ‘false‘ No. 9, he got even better. It’s impossible to be more of a footballer than Messi.
The astrologers would tell that the U.S. is ruled by fire and Canada is ruled by water. Short version: You pep us up, we cool you down.
I have seen videos of Sugar Ray Robinson and Willie Pep who did a million other things than just punch, to set up a perfect shot or to offset their opponents’ rhythm. Boxing is incredibly complicated. It’s not Rock’em Sock’em Robots.
Pep Guardiola saw me as a central player in his system, which my style of play fit into perfectly.