Guardiola hits back at Toure’s racism jibes

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Manchester City coach Josep Guardiola says that he will never coach Barcelona again.

During his eight years at the Etihad, Toure helped the club win three Premier League titles - playing a major role in the 2011/12 triumph which represented the club's first league win since 1968. "Do you really think he could've been like that with Iniesta?"

At least that should be the case but his legacy has been tarnished somewhat.

Toure, who barely featured as Manchester City won the Premier League title under Guardiola last season, hit out at the Catalan in an interview with France Football earlier this week.

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Guardiola's success was made all the more special due to the number of homegrown talent in Barca's ranks, but the 47-year-old has no intention of going back as he does not want to ruin his own legacy.

That's because he sensationally accused the Spaniard of racism when his contract finally expired.

"He insists he has no problems with black players, because he is too intelligent to be caught out", Toure had said. He'll never admit it [not liking Africans].

"When we realise that he often has problems with Africans wherever he goes, I ask myself questions".

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Guardiola did not acknowledge Toure's comments at a golf tournament in Spain on Tuesday, but did respond in an interview with TV3 on Saturday.

However players like Eidur Gudjohnsen (who played under Guardiola at Barcelona) and Kevin De Bruyne had come out in defence of Guardiola.

When the subject was brought up, Guardiola was reserved in his assessment, telling This Is Premier League: "I would say we made the best year in the Premier League ever". (He had) 365 and 365 (days) to tell me (his feelings).

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