The futures of Douglas and Martin Montoya at Barcelona have become complicated. Dani Alves's new contract at the the club and the signing of Aleix Vidal create a complicated situation for both Douglas and Montoya, two players rarely used by Luis Enrique this season.
Aleix Vidal to threat Dani Alves starting spot at Barcelona | Barcablog
The 25 year old right winger, who has also excelled as a right-back under Unai Emery, has signed until the summer of 2020 and cost the club an initial €18 million plus a further €4M in add-ons. Given the fact that Barcelona are not allowed to register any newcomers until January 2016, the player has agreed to spend the rest of the year adapting to his new teammates in training until the ban is finally over.
The Unanswered Question: Is This The Best Barca Team Ever? | Barca Blaugranes
Glory and success isn’t exactly a new experience for Barcelona fans but there are a number of factors this season that have made these triumphs all the more impressive. After a devastating defeat for Leo in last year’s World Cup final, many questioned how the Argentine maestro would react when he returned to Europe for the start of the domestic season.
Life isn’t like the movies … sometimes, it’s better | Barcelona Football Blog
Belief and doubt. Even the most pessimistic among us has, deep down in their heart, hope and belief. You have to. People stomp around on Twitter, asserting that something is NEVER going to happen, but even they hope that it does. That’s the magic of it all, placing your joy in the hands of a complete stranger, then hugging a complete stranger when that joy is realized. But being culer is, in these emotional ways, no different than being a supporter of any other club. It would be wrong of us to assume otherwise, but it would also be wrong of us to feel those special moments any less, tears of joy and heartbreak. Their being universal helps us understand and explain them more easily.
The speeches of Barça players at Camp Nou | Weloba
Gerard Piqué: "In Berlin you were better than Juve fans. We are the best team in the world, and we'll have them here again. Thanks to all and thanks to Kevin Roldán... everything started with you"
Barcelona board steps down, to stand for re-election | Yahoo
The Barcelona board resigned Tuesday as expected to stand for relection by the Spanish giants' members after a season in which the team won the treble despite a series of legal woes.
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