Clemente hasn’t beaten Barça at the Camp Nou since 1982, when the Basque managed Athletic Club. In total, he’s played 31 matches against Barça, of those he’s won 7, drawn 7 and lost 17. The last time Clemente visited the Camp Nou (with Valladolid), Guardiola’s men claimed La Liga title (2009/10).
The most memorable matches between Clemente and Barça took place at the beginning of the 80s, when he was the lead man at San Mamés. His last La Liga victory at the Camp Nou dates back to 1982. In fact, he hasn’t led his teams to victory over Barça at the Camp Nou in his last 22 years in professional football. In his 13 matches against Barça in the Catalan capital, he’s won 1, drawn 1, and lost 11; his teams have scored 10 goals and conceded 44.
Clemente has been in professional football for 31 years and he’s played against Barça 31 times in the league. Of these, he won 7, drawn 7, and lost 17.
Barça wrapped up the 2009/10 league in Clemente’s last visit to the Camp Nou. With the final result ending with a 4-0 for the Catalans, Barça claimed the league title and Valladolid, Clemente’s club, was relegated to Second Division. That was, up until now, the only time Josep Guardiola ever faced off against Clemente as a manager.
Guardiola was the centerpiece in Clemente’s Spanish national side (1992-98). The Basque managed the current Barça boss in the 1994 World Cup and did everything he could to bring Guardiola to the 1998 World Cup. However, the Catalan missed the competition due to injury. (via FCBarcelona.com)