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Pep Guardiola has clarified comments hinting he could be set for an imminent departure from Barcelona.
In an interview with Italian television channel Rai Sport earlier this week, Guardiola was quoted as saying his time at Camp Nou was coming to an end.
The remarks appeared to indicate that Guardiola would leave at the end of his contract in the summer of 2012, as 'players get tired of coaches and vice-versa."
The former Spain international has now cooled fears about a possible exit by insisting that it was not his intention to make a major announcement about his future.
Guardiola, who took charge of Barca in 2008, only meant to draw attention to the fact that it is not normal for a manager to stay at a club for more than four years.
"I was not betrayed in the interview but I want to make clear that I am not thinking about leaving the club immediately.
"Maybe I am naïve when it comes to dealing with the press and I will learn in the future."
Guardiola was speaking after Barca extended their lead at the top of the Primera Liga to eight points on Saturday night with a 1-0 victory over Villarreal.
Real Madrid had earlier lost to Sporting Gijon, Jose Mourinho's first home defeat in more than nine years, but Guardiola insists Barca will not start celebrating just yet.
He said: "If we believe it is over it is possible that Barca will miss out on the championship. Real Madrid will fight until the very last moment."
barca is the best club and pep is the main man in barca and i thinking he should stay in barca. I love barca pep,messi
Posted 12:48 3rd April 2011
Its not too clear if Pep wants to leave our darling club yet, however i think it will be good for his reputation if he leave at this stage that he has won almost everything for the club. Despite his good performances last season, people still critised him, including his decision to swap Samuel Eto after he lost to Inter in the champions league.
Posted 12:32 3rd April 2011
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