Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has been inducted into the LMA Hall of Fame, which honours some of the finest coaches in English football.
The League Managers Association announced tonight that it had added Pep Guardiola to the prestigious list, while his Liverpool counterpart Jurgen Klopp was also inducted.
The accolade comes after Pep won two league titles and three domestic cups in his first three seasons at Manchester City after moving from Bayern Munich.
The Catalan becomes the tenth City boss to join the Hall of Fame, which also includes club legend Joe Mercer OBE as well as recent managers Manuel Pellegrini and Roberto Mancini.
This news comes shortly after Guardiola restated his commitment to the club amidst rumours that he may be looking to leave next summer. In his time at the Etihad Stadium so far, the Catalan boss has secured a remarkable haul of trophies – Two Premier League titles, two Carabao Cups, two Community Shields and an FA Cup along the way.
Adding to this, Guardiola has also claimed seven Premier League manager of the month awards, and back-to-back manager of the season awards from the league itself.
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