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Sticking to Guardiola: - He can't without Messi

The former Dutch midfielder Ruud Gullit now Manchester City's manager Pep Guardiola dry compared to the Spanish commander's options in the Champions League.

This is an interview with BeIN Sports, where he comes into that the spaniard has not won the major european tournament since 2011, when Guardiola was the head coach of FC Barcelona, where Lionel Messi was the big star at the time.

Guardiola does not win the Champions League, because he does not have Messi - and it makes a big difference, he says, and continues:

He tried with Bayern, and he came close, but he won never. When the fighting was close with Barcelona, then appeared Messi up. He was so vital to the Guardiolas Barcelona in as many matches, says Gullit.

the Dutchman also points out that one simply cannot buy into a team that can do it.

- however, I have the evil of him. I can see his passion to win, says Ruud Gullit.

Even was Ruud Gullit to win the Champions League twice with AC Milan, where he was bought as the world's most expensive player back in 1987 to 52 million dollars, as he also was voted as the world best the same year.

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