Anyone catch the BBC's Euro Leagues podcast this week? Guillem Balague predicted Guardiola will do two more years at City and then manage England. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p0gg1pq6 Around 26:50 Assuming he would indeed take the job (which I'm not convinced of, personally), I wonder what the FA would do as a stopgap post-Southgate. Because it sounds Pep wouldn't be available in 2024 but would potentially be in 2025. Carsley or someone from within the system for a year, or appoint a manager to go up to and including the 2026 WC?