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Love him or hate him, Luis Enrique taking Barça to new heights writes Francesc Tomas
Luis Enrique is definitely not the most approachable of managers. His sharp, dismissive messages in front of the media often create much more controversy than is actually needed, rubbing people off the wrong way unnecessarily from time to time. The Asturian's no-nonsense attitude and abrupt manner does raise a few eyebrows within the Cule fan-base but, to be honest, that doesn’t seem to bother him one bit. Doubters consider Luis Enrique to be frustratingly stubborn. More candid ...

Barcelona's new approach forces evolution of Sergio Busquets and Andres Iniesta writes Francesc Tomas
Luis Enrique was given the challenging task of fine-tuning the Barcelona formation that had taken the club to the most successful era in more than 115 years of history. Such an incredibly difficult mission had already been assigned to Gerardo Martino in the previous year, but his inability to make a positive difference resulted in the Argentinean manager being replaced at the end of his first and only season at the Camp Nou. After several seasons of dominating world football with their attractive, patient style of football based on ...

Luis Suarez: Is He Delivering Value on Barcelona's £75M Outlay?
Luis Suarez continues to divide opinion since his move from Liverpool to Barcelona. The Uruguayan was always playing catch-up to his team-mates in terms of fitness given a FIFA-imposed sabbatical a...

I must say, Luis Enrique, well done
“If we lose or draw, then it’s party time for the media.” A funny thing happens when Barça suffers a loss or draw. The players demonstrate mortality, making them easy to talk about and criticize. A...

This Friday has been released the new Adidas commercial with Leo Messi. In the video the Argentinian explains how important for him is football and his team. He is not thinking about breaking recor...

Piqué is sure about retiring in Barça
Gerard Piqué was interviewed by the radio station COPE, where he reviewed the season, he talked about Messi, Cristiano, Luis Enrique and he also tackled some personal moments. Don't miss the best s... 

Denis Suarez will be called back to Camp Nou from Sevilla in the summe
Barça have already decided who will be their first incorporation for next season: Denis Suarez, who is currently on loan at Sevilla for two years, will return to the Blaugrana in the summer after L...

Record-breaking Premier League TV deal is viewed enviously through Spanish eyes 
News of the Premier League's new 7 billion-euro television deal hit hard in Spain. When it comes to finances, England is already miles ahead; now the fear is that it will disappear into the distanc...

La Liga clubs send warning: "We are ready to stop the league"
The war between La Liga clubs and the TV continue in Spain. The last example are the statements by Espanyol's president, Joan Collet, this Wednesday in RAC 1. Angry at the inefficiency of the Spani...

Bartomeu's legal ordeal nowhere near over 
Despite having maintained his innocence during a preliminary hearing, Barça president Josep Maria Bartomeu will almost definitely have to take to the stand again. Judge Pablo Ruz is expected to con...

Xavi: "We're a bit tired of the Neymar saga" 
Xavi Hernández is hoping for the 'Neymar-gate' affair to be sorted out once and for all, for Barça's sake. "The Neymar saga has been dragging on for more than a year now and it's definitely getting...

Alves has Barça over a barrel
One of the issues in Barcelona's newly formed Technical Commission's in-tray is Dani Alves's future. The matter isn't as simple as it might seem. On the one hand, right-back is a problem position f... 
Gerard Piqué spoke on Spanish radio programme 'El Partido de las 12' about his future, the rift between Luis Enrique and Messi, as well as Guardiola... On retirement: "I love this profession more a...

Barcelona Gerard Pique: Luis Enrique, Lionel Messi spat in the past
The centre-back has insisted that the Argentina international is not the one making the decisions and has defended Neymar against recent criticism Barcelona centre-back Gerard Pique has admitted th...

Luis Enrique's bodyguard
Luis Enrique managed without Sergio Busquets in the first leg of the Copa semifinals against Villarreal even considering him "an almost perfect player." The coach opted for Mascherano, accompanied ...

The three men Braida wants at Barcelona: Verratti, Danilo and Dybala
Barça president Josep Maria Baromeu does not want the club to be paralysed by Andoni Zubizarreta's dismissal. Nor does he want FIFA's trasfer ban to stop the club completing the parts Luis Enrique ...

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