5 things we learned from Barcelona v Juventus

The 2017-18 Champions League is now well and truly underway. Tuesday 12th September saw the group stages kick off with a couple of standout games. Both of these high-profile matches included Italian clubs against Spanish opposition. Roma vs Atletico Madrid ended in a goalless draw. However, the big standout game on day one was undoubtedly […] Continue reading →

Verratti will help Barcelona dominate again

Since Xavi left Barcelona back in 2015, Barcelona have struggled to dominate matches from the middle of the park. They have depended solely on their attacking trident of Neymar, Messi and Luis Suarez. Theses phenomenal attackers have been good, however, a good midfield is needed to make them rack up more numbers and dominate matches […] Continue reading →

What will Valverde bring to Barca?

When Barcelona announced on the 22nd of last month that Ernesto Valverde will be replacing Luis Enrique, many see him has the right man for the job has he understands the expectation the job comes with. Having had a spell with neighbouring club Espanyol as coach and played for two years for Barcelona and several […] Continue reading →

Praying for a Malaga Favour

The city of Barcelona will have one sharp eye on the Malaga v Real Madrid game this Sunday night praying that the Anchovies can upset the odds and claim victory over Zinedine Zidane’s group of superstars. If they do, and Barcelona beat Eibar, then the Catalans will have stolen an unlikely title and in the […] Continue reading →

Final Showdown – Barcelona v Eibar

Much will depend on Real Madrid’s result away at Celta Vigo on Wednesday night, but whatever happens at the Balaídos, the title race will go down to the final round of fixtures this weekend. Barcelona simply must win at home against Eibar on Sunday night and hope that either Celta Vigo or Malaga can claim […] Continue reading →

Messi and Suarez need support for stretch run

“Save the Dream at the Match of Champions” (CC BY 2.0) by Save the Dream Barcelona kept themselves in the La Liga title race with another comeback special to defeat Valencia at the Camp Nou, thanks to a brace from Lionel Messi. The Catalan club have been forced to rally on too many occasions this term, with their […] Continue reading →

No margin for error for Barcelona

Barcelona went from euphoria to the bitter taste of a shocking defeat at the hands of Deportivo La Coruna, leaving their titles hopes in the balance. The Catalan club produced one of the finest moments of their illustrious history, staging an incredible comeback to defeat Paris Saint-Germain 6-1 at the Camp Nou to reach the […] Continue reading →

Players Rally for Enrique

Wednesday night saw history created as Barcelona overcome the biggest first leg deficit to reach the quarter finals of the Champions League. After receiving heavy criticism for losing the first leg 4-0 in Paris, Luis Enrique has since been a busy man announcing he will be leaving the Catalans at the end of the season […] Continue reading →