Guardiola is wasting Barça's time unnecessarily >> Read My Mind

Guardiola: 'What I’m taking away from the Bayer Leverkusen Champions League match is that we qualified for the next round and that the team took this game seriously'

Guardiola: 'These players have done it again, they have given us a prize; they’ve taken us to the quarter-finals. The most beautiful thing about qualifying is that we can continue playing in this special tournament'

Rosell: 'I still feel that discussions on whether Messi is the best player in the history of the sport or not, if he can be compared to other players... for me there are no comparisons. He is the best player ever. I don’t think we’ll ever see another player like him. Like Guardiola said, let’s enjoy him because he’s incredible, he stratospheric'

Rosell: 'Messi is a spectacular player, he has other spectacular players around him that help him be spectacular. It’s a pleasure to watch this team'

Xavi: 'We never feel that we are unbeatable. We feel strong and dominant, because we are creating chances and enjoying long periods of possession. That helps to make us feel secure in our game'

- I honestly wonder what Guardiola is waiting for to decide whether he is staying at the Camp Nou next season or, on the contrary, leaving the best team in history to do who-knows-what instead.

After the 7-1 exhibition in the Champions League which raised Barca's worldwide image even higher, I would have expected a little hint, however brief, that this majestic project matters enough to him to stay for at least one more season.

Most Catalans are currently living in fear of losing their jobs. - that is, if they are lucky enough to have one, as unemployment rates are higher than they were back in the 1980s.

When tough times come, ordinary people tend to turn to their heroes for support and inspiration. For some, that is God. For others, their families. Or perhaps a rock band. Based on our recent success, it is very likely Cules trust Barca to put a smile in their faces when their day-to-day reality, to put it bluntly, sucks.

The fact is: The guy with the best job in the whole of Catalunya doesn't want it or, at least, isn't making any effort to keep it. No hint. No indication. Nothing. Zero. Res de res.

Let's put the record straight: Every Cule on Earth would love to have him staying. Messi, the best player on Earth who astounded the world with a never-seen-before performance 2 days ago, can't imagine Barca without him. President Rosell is prepared to wait as long as it takes. What else can we do?

Probably nothing. Just wait.

To be honest though, I'm sure there must be other managers out there who can win football matches, trophies and motivate players such as Xavi, Iniesta, Puyol, Alves, Cesc, Alexis, Valdes and that little Argentinian guy the whole world is talking about: La Pulga Messi.

Or even easier: Give me the chance, and I'll do it - with Cecilia as my very own Vilanova-like assistant.


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