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Sergio Busquets, key to Barcelona's past, present and future


Sergio Busquets is one of the most underrated players in world football. Despite having played a key role in bringing 22 collective trophies to his teams, including three Champions Leagues for Barcelona and the World and European Cups for Spain, there is still an inexplicable number of fans out there who just consider him a slightly above-average footballer -- a player who just happens to be in the right place at the right time.

Nothing could be further from the truth. Although many suspected that Busquets' reputation may never fully recover from the controversial peekaboo, which resulted in Thiago Motta being sent off in the 2010 Champions League semifinals, his consistently outstanding performances since then are slowly but surely helping him silence his numerous critics.


Busquets has made an average of 47 club appearances per season since he was promoted into the first team by Pep Guardiola back in the summer of 2008. If the 27-year-old became an indispensable player for not only the current Bayern Munich supremo, but also prestigious managers such as Vicente del Bosque, Luis Enrique and Tito Vilanova, it is certainly thanks to his vision, technique, tenacity and leadership.

READ the full "Barcelona's Sergio Busquets holds the key to future midfield" column by Francesc Tomas here.

Comments

  1. Shane Kodak5.9.15

    Well it really depends on who is critiquing his majestyrial class..

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  2. Sibusiso Busho Thusi5.9.15

    He rarely gives fouls and posession away,he's less physical and more thinking

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  3. Shrey Chandra Gupta5.9.15

    Busquets is surely an amazing player and what he does for Barcelona in midfield is just absolute class and no one appreciates it but he's surely a master class player

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  4. Iyke Paragon5.9.15

    Please don't mention past,but let's look for his future @the club. Barcelona for life. Focar barca go nd retained our cups

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  5. Can Busquets ever surpass Xavi's influence?

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    1. Saifoulaye Camara5.9.15

      We can not say more important than Xavi but he will be the key of success in the middfiel

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    2. Folorunsho6.9.15

      Never

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    3. Olayunka6.9.15

      @folorunsho,that means you are not a genuine barca fan,becos for yu to say a player of busquest is too sluggish simply means you don't know good football players at all!,I'm disappointed in you,cos a gud barca fan will without stress know dat sergio is among our major key players,if we are to be outstanding in our matches, even spain too need him!, it's a fact

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