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FC Barcelona

Most important player on the pitch?

  • Puyol

    Votes: 5 3.1%
  • Messi

    Votes: 63 39.1%
  • Xavi

    Votes: 56 34.8%
  • Eto'o

    Votes: 3 1.9%
  • Iniesta

    Votes: 27 16.8%
  • Dani Alves

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Henry

    Votes: 4 2.5%
  • Yaya Touré

    Votes: 3 1.9%

  • Total voters
    161

Cobinho

Registered User
Guardiola was one of my favorite players when he played. He was so calm in possession, had clean technique and a great football brain. That and his clear passion for all things Barcelona make him ideal for the job. He doesn't need to add that much to the squad, just get more out of them.
 

Highway Penguin

Registered User
Honestly, Fabregas will cost a hell of a lot more than 20million.

Anyways, Guardiola is a nice throw back to the good ol' days, but it's an awful idea. Barca are in crisis so they decide to promote a manage with absolutely no first division management knowledge? Does that not seem like a poor idea?
What you need is a manager with plenty of experience to at least guide you out of the this period, then maybe, Pep can come in and tinker with a strong squad.

And, yes, I realize that Rijkaard had very little management history when Barca hired him, but at least he had worked with the Dutch National Team and a first division team in Holland. No?
 

AgentZero

Registered User
i think what they need is a hard task master to whip these boys into line. Get the most out of a very good squad.
 

Joel Rojo

Registered User
Guardiola played with our local team, here in Mexico in 2006. He barely stepped out of a small area behind midfield, say, about 6x6 meters, but damn, he had a HUGE effect on how we played. He didn't get much games because of injury, but we didn't lose any of those if I recall correctly. He was like a field commander, more of a manager than the manager himself.

A very angry man, I also have to add, it was kind of comical seeing him jump in anger, yelling at everybody. But, he kept them in line, you could feel it.

I can't say anything about his skills as a tactician, but as a leader, fuck damn, the guy was awesome. I've always wanted him to come back and manage our side. Doesn't seem very likely now...
 

uA - 1905

Registered User
Guardiola played with our local team, here in Mexico in 2006. He barely stepped out of a small area behind midfield, say, about 6x6 meters, but damn, he had a HUGE effect on how we played. He didn't get much games because of injury, but we didn't lose any of those if I recall correctly. He was like a field commander, more of a manager than the manager himself.

A very angry man, I also have to add, it was kind of comical seeing him jump in anger, yelling at everybody. But, he kept them in line, you could feel it.

I can't say anything about his skills as a tactician, but as a leader, fuck damn, the guy was awesome. I've always wanted him to come back and manage our side. Doesn't seem very likely now...

:laugh:
 

Barry

Registered User
Honestly, Fabregas will cost a hell of a lot more than 20million.

Anyways, Guardiola is a nice throw back to the good ol' days, but it's an awful idea. Barca are in crisis so they decide to promote a manage with absolutely no first division management knowledge? Does that not seem like a poor idea?
What you need is a manager with plenty of experience to at least guide you out of the this period, then maybe, Pep can come in and tinker with a strong squad.

And, yes, I realize that Rijkaard had very little management history when Barca hired him, but at least he had worked with the Dutch National Team and a first division team in Holland. No?

He got relegated with Sparta :laugh: To be honest though, he had a really bad team. He did get us to the semi-finals though.
 

Miggy

Mr Lover Man
Valdes(your major weak link IMO) I would keep the core of .

Probably only thing I'll ever agree with you on. He's never and never will feel me with great confidence.

Anyway I've just read that he's is actually transferable :) They've finally come to their senses.
 

Billy Minof

La Decima
Probably only thing I'll ever agree with you on. He's never and never will feel me with great confidence.

Anyway I've just read that he's is actually transferable :) They've finally come to their senses.

Id prefer if the powers to be at Barca didnt agree with me. :ninja:

I think that ye only need a new GK/RB and a CF if Eto and/or Henry go.
 

Usul

Registered User
Well i've read that Valdes will stay but they're letting go of Jorquera and Pinto, and will be looking to sign a new GK.

I'm also reading that Eto'o is finally on sale and the main targets for replacement are Benzema and Huntelaar.

Benzema wasn't interested in coming before because he didn't want to be second choice, but will be more inclined to come if they offer him the '9'.

What is certain, i feel, is that we're signing either of the two, and i'd prefer Benzema.

Another possible transfer, i read, is the Et'o for Ibrahimovic swap.

I wouldn't mind seeing Zlatan in the Camp Nou.

Other possible signings, are Hleb and Mancini. :)
 

Jesus

Banned
Haha.

As a matter of fact, I'd love to have Eto'o at United. I care fuck all of Eto'o and his ego'o.

Ronaldo's Ego > Ego'o. Enough said.

If Eto'o does leave Barca, Benzema would replace him perfectly, he's a very good striker.

I'm not much of a fan of Mancini, it eludes me but there's just something I hate in him, regardless of how he plays, But hey it's Barca we're talking about, you lot will still be having more option on the wings/offensive midfield. That said, I think Hleb would is more suited to the job.
 

wrigh2uk

Registered User
Haha.

As a matter of fact, I'd love to have Eto'o at United. I care fuck all of Eto'o and his ego'o.

Ronaldo's Ego > Ego'o. Enough said.


Would agree but for the fact that when eto publicly slated Eidur for that miss in the El Classico , with that in mind Eto wins .
 
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