Guardiola Supports Barcelona in "Neyrerira" Case

Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, has come out in defense of his former club Barcelona and its president Joan Laporta in the "Neyrerira" case, which revolves around allegations of bribing referees. He stated that both the club and Laporta are innocent until proven otherwise.

During a press conference addressing the bribery allegations that took place between 2003 and 2010, Guardiola emphasized, "You haven't seen the extent of this team's excellence. The club was magnificent. When a judgment is made on this matter, I will share my opinion."

He continued, "Barcelona is innocent, and so is Laporta, until proven otherwise."

It's worth noting that Guardiola served as the coach of Barcelona from 2008 to 2012, the same period during which it is alleged that the club made payments to former referee committee chief Jose Maria Neyrerira. "Pep" firmly asserts that the team's success was not dependent on the referees.

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