Barcelona's Pep Guardiola will leave the club at the end of the season and will be replaced by his assistant Tito Vilanova.
BARCELONA, SPAIN (APRIL 23, 2012) (REUTERS) -Barcelona's most successful manager Pep Guardiola will walk away from the Catalans at the end of the season and will be replaced by his assistant Tito Vilanova, the club announced on Friday (April 27).
The Nou Camp hierarchy have moved quickly to name a successor and have continued in the mold of Guardiola, who was previously their B team coach, appointing Tito Vilanova.
Guardiola has enjoyed a hugely successful stint at the helm of the Catalan club, winning 13 trophies in
four seasons while playing a style of football that has been widely acclaimed as the best in the world.