Nathan Redmond: Pep Guardiola was complimentary during passionate, intense chat

Nathan Redmond: Pep Guardiola was complimentary during passionate, intense chat

'Yes he was very passionate, intense and aggressive but he was only very complimentary and positive to me, ' the Saints man told his followers on Twitter.

"You know, if you are my friends, don't ask me the question, because you know I get into trouble, so no".

"Losing the game the way we did in the last kick of the game after working so hard for 90-plus minutes, I was very disappointed".

I can not control myself.

Guardiola was also seen having an odd exchange with Southampton winger Redmond after the full-time whistle, gesticulating at the player, but said he was telling him what a good player he was.

"When you spend 400 million or more in last two years, expect teams to defend as they can't compete on normal terms with you", Roberts concluded. All the managers want to help their players because if they play bad we'll be sacked.

Guardiola appeared genuinely angry based on his gestures and tone, and even pushed Redmond in the chest at one point.

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"If the FA wants my statement again I am able to explain whatever they want but, if they don't believe me, I don't know what we are doing here".

"I spoke with Oriol Romeu as well, with (Virgil) van Dijk and with my players as well".

Guardiola was seen yelling at Redmond just moments after Raheem Sterling last-gasp victor and some reports claimed the Spaniard had called the forward a "w****r".

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He apologised to Swarbrick and Mason after the match and admitted he had made a "mistake". He faces an £8,000 fine, but not a touchline ban. "I have to do that, hopefully I can improve", he added.

"When I give you an opinion, I give you an opinion", former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager Guardiola told reporters. I said what I said and what Nathan said in his statement.

'Nothing negative or offensive was said towards me from Pep and that's what makes him one of the best Manager's in world football'.

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