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Topic - Guardiola
Bayern Munich returns to London for the first time since winning its fifth Champions League title at Wembley last May to take on Arsenal in the round-of-16 on Wednesday.
Barcelona captain Carles Puyol says players urged departing coach Pep Guardiola to stay at the club.
Before players he molded into one of the greatest soccer teams of all time, Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola stepped down on Friday and closed a four-year reign of unprecedented success.
Cesc Fabregas is finally returning to boyhood club Barcelona.
He said he decided in December to step down, but didn't want to distract the team.
"Every day during four years, the demands are very high, the pressure, the necessary energy to push the players and enjoy it," Guardiola said. "I need to rest and move away."