How could Josep Guardiola possibly improve a side that has just won every trophy possible the season before? Why does a coach who has lead the best players in recent times to unprecedented success at Barcelona really deserve that much credit?
Tag Archives: Barcelona
4 November 2013 – 9:30 am
With Joe Hart’s lack of form and Asmir Begovic scoring against Southampton at the weekend the subject of goalkeepers has become very relevant over the last week or so. One of the few clubs who have no qualms over their keeper is Tottenham Hotspur who in Hugo Lloris posses the best in the league at this moment in time.
30 August 2013 – 9:30 am
Later on today the 2013 European Super Cup will be competed for between Bayern Munich and Chelsea. Following yesterday’s look at how the two sides won their respective European trophies today we are looking a little more closely at both sides.
15 August 2013 – 9:30 am
It’s just days away and you can almost taste it, the return of the best league in the World, no, not the English Premier league, no, not even the Bundesliga. It’s not the Italian; don’t be stupid, it’s of course the Spanish Primera División – La Liga.
8 August 2013 – 10:00 am
In 25 days and 13 hours time, the 2013 summer transfer window will “slam shut” across Europe’s top leagues. A few associations close their windows earlier in the day and a couple hang on for an extra hour or two; but on September 2nd 2013 there will be a huge sigh of relief that the whole thing is over.
5 August 2013 – 9:30 am
When Pep Guardiola was appointed as the new coach of Bayern Munich in January he was taking over at a club who were seen as perennial underachievers. A mere matter of months later and suddenly the Spaniard was walking into a club who had just won an unprecedented treble and could surely not repeat the feat.
23 July 2013 – 9:00 am
After suffering a relapse in his fight against throat cancer Tito Vilanova has stepped down from his role as head coach of Barcelona. Having returned to the club earlier this year after missing two months of last season (after another relapse) there was hope that the worst was behind him.
18 July 2013 – 10:00 am
In the last 15 years Atletico Madrid have had a beautiful habit of replacing great strikers with other great strikers and with them signing another forward in the summer transfer window it doesn’t seem like that habit is stopping.
4 July 2013 – 9:00 am
When Neymar’s deal to Barcelona was confirmed a few weeks ago it came as little surprise. Negotiations had been underway for a considerable amount of time and his destination appeared inevitable. Having spoken openly about his admiration for the Catalan giants and rumours circulating about supposed down payments already being agreed, the only question remaining was the total transfer fee.