Pep Guardiola’s life at Dorados from Mexicano has recently been revealed by his former assistant in the club where Diego Maradona just arrived.We got to give it to Mexican Club Dorados from Sinaloa, they sure know how to make an impression by signing high profile people like Diego Maradona or Pep Guardiola in the past. People tend to forget, but the Manchester City manager actually spent some of his final years as a football player at the same club where Maradona just arrived to manage. During his time in Sinaloa with Dorados, Guardiola had an assistant whose name is Eliseo Martine but goes by ‘Chevo’, he was the one who took Pep everywhere during his time in Mexico and took care of important stuff for the Catalan manager. In a recent interview for ESPN, ‘Chevo’ revealed some very interesting details of Guardiola during his final days as a player and he already showed his skills as a manager ever since. The man today works security for Dorados and he will still get to live the inside experience of yet another football legend like Diego Maradona, what a fortunate opportunity to live close to these people.Las figuras que han pasado por @Dorados:✅ Pep Guardiola✅ Loco Abreu ✅ Pedro Larley✅ Jared Borguetti✅ Cuauhtémoc Blanco✅ Diego Armando Maradona???????? pic.twitter.com/4dH7Bm4OEg— Gol Gana (@Gol_Gana_) September 11, 2018During his interview for ESPN, ‘Chevo spoke about the many characteristics that Guardiola had both as a player and as a person: “When he first arrived I didn’t know who he was really, but when I investigated and started watching him play I noticed he was a different class from the rest. The way he touched the ball was quite impressive, I was the one tasked to stay beside him and help him get to know the city in order to get more familiar with it. They mostly asked me to help him move around the city because the Dorados practices were in a training facility located on the south side of town they didn’t know very well, and that’s why I was the one who drove Pep around. He was a very clever man, he studied and read a lot. He spent a lot of time with Lillo (Dorados’ manager at the time) and they both watched a lot of football. I had to buy football magazines for him all the time, the ones published here in Mexico. I even sent them both a box full of those magazines to Spain. They study a lot of football,” said ‘Chevo’ during the interview.Mourinho knows why City and Liverpool are so far ahead George Patchias – September 13, 2019 Jose Mourinho knows why Manchester City and Liverpool are so far ahead of everyone else in the Premier League.In an interview with the Telegraph,…Pep Guardiola en su presentación con #Dorados de Sinaloa, 2005.#MemoriaFutbolera pic.twitter.com/anjNunJWCr— Memoria Futbolera (@MemoriaFutbol_) September 11, 2018‘Chevo’ also described a more private side of Pep Guardiola which people from Europe may have never known, something that describes the type of man that he is a little bit better and leaves him in a very good place in relation to the way he always tried to coexist with the fans or the staff from his club at the time. This personality was a little bit evident in the Amazon documentary he shot with Machester City, but never to this level of humbleness: “He practiced, he slept, then we always went to a kitchen to eat, and then he changed a few things from his gear if he had a double practice on the same day. He always wanted to know Culiacan a bit better, we wanted to eat ‘gorditas’ and always try new restaurants. Pep was also a very generous man, I remember he used to give me envelopes filled with money to give the people who always helped him around the club. I remember that he once gave 500 Mexican pesos to a kid and he said he would use the money to watch him play. I had to explain Pep that wasn’t meant to disrespect him because he didn’t really know how to interpret that reaction from the kid,” added ‘Chevo’ on his ESPN interview.Aprovechando el furor por la llegada de Maradona, así recordó ESPN el paso de otro grande, que jugó con Dorados https://t.co/Ug3uhUFQ5V— Heriberto Murrieta (@Beto_Murrieta) September 10, 2018What do you think about this unknown side of Pep Guardiola during his time in Dorados from Sinaloa, Mexico? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.