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Bayern Munich’s manager Pep Guardiola considers it a honour to coach Ballon d’Or nominee and French player, Franck Ribery.
Pep is of the opinion that Franck’s work-ethic is ‘unbelievable’
“For me it is an honour to be Ribery’s coach,”
“Franck has an unbelievable heart to play this game and is humble enough to track back up to 40 metres time and time again, to follow his opponent and help the team.
“For me it is an honour to be able to train him,” Guardiola said after Bayern reached the Club World Cup Final with a 3-0
win over Guangzhou Evergrande.
Bayern face either Raja Casablanca or Atletico Mineiro in Saturday’s tournament decider in Marrakech.
“I am so, so happy for the players, Jupp Heynckes and the club to play the final next Saturday and I hope to bring this title to Germany for the first time,” Guardiola said.
“We have to prepare our head and our legs as soon as possible. The most important thing is to know we have a unique opportunity in our lives to play this final.
“It is not easy to be here, it is so difficult to try to become the best team in the world. So it is a good challenge for us and good preparation. Raja or Mineiro are going to play as well as possible to win this title.”
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