Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola insists he has no interest in returning to the Barca bench and denies Yaya Toure’s ‘Racist’ comments.
“My time there as a Coach is finished because I’m not the same Coach as I was then, nor is the way they see me the same,” he told TV3.
“I had a time of my life there, when the world was our oyster, with some incredible players, a young and uncomplicated President, Txiki [Begiristain] and the best player in the world [Messi]. The stars aligned.
“President? No, I’m a Coach and I’m good at what I do. You can’t be everything. When it’s over, you’ll find me playing golf.
“We followed the legacy that Johan [Cruyff] had left us. He, along with Charly [Rexach], conveyed a few [of those football values] to us, and [Barca] should keep following them.
“Toure said I’m racist? It’s a lie and he knows it. We were together for two years and only now is he saying it. He never told me that on my face.”