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Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola needs to clarify future with City lurking

Pep Guardiola remains coy over his future at Bayern Munich.

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola remains stoically noncommittal over his future with the German champions, despite his deal having just one more season to run.

The Catalan continued to stonewall polite enquiries about his plans ahead of German football's curtain-raiser as Bayern suffered their third consecutive Super Cup defeat under Guardiola, this time at the hands of Wolfsburg.

"I haven't yet decided what is best for this club -- and I want to do my best for this club. I haven't made a decision...

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Pep Guardiola laments Bayern Munich's Supercup loss to Wolfsburg

Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola lamented his side conceding a late equaliser which ultimately saw them lose on penalties to Wolfsburg in the German Cup final.
Niklas Bendtner scored a last-gasp equaliser and the winning penalty kick in Wolfsburg's first ever German Cup final victory.

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola said his side "did everything we could to win the match" after their dramatic late Supercup defeat to Wolfsburg.

Last season's runaway Bundesliga champions led through Arjen Robben until the 89th minute, when Nicklas Bendtner snatched an equaliser.

And Bendtner struck the decisive shootout penalty as Wolfsburg, runners-up to Bayern in the league, lifted the trophy with a 5-4 spot-kick triumph after the 1-1 draw.

The defeat was Bayern's third Supercup loss in a row...

Stuttgart run riot, crush Manchester City 4-2 in preseason friendly

Raheem Sterling & Co. ended their preseason friendly campaign with a whimper on Saturday.

Manchester City crashed to a 4-2 defeat to Stuttgart as their preseason fixtures ended with a shambolic defensive display.

City were 4-0 down after 36 minutes even though manager Manuel Pellegrini fielded first-choice goalkeeper Joe Hart and a back four, of Bacary Sagna, Vincent Kompany, Eliaquim Mangala and Aleksandar Kolarov, that could start the Premier League campaign.

Filip Kostic, Daniel Didavi and Daniel Ginczek, with a swift brace, scored for Stuttgart, who only finished 14th in the...