Oct 23, 2016

Full Match Highlights of Barca's 3-2 victory against Valencia

Messi and Barca Playesr celebrating late winner against Valencia at the Estadio Mestalla

FC Barcelona scored a late winner against Valiencia at the Estadio Mestalla to secure three point to go top of the table. Watch the full match highlights below.

Oct 16, 2016

FC Barcelona produced and efficient performance demolishing Deportivo at the Camp Nou. It wasn't a sensational performance but was efficient especialy considering that we will be hosting Manchester City midweek. Watch the extended highlights of the match below.

Oct 3, 2016

Pique passing against Celta Vigo on 2ns October 2016

Full Match highlights from yesternight's 3-4 defeat at the hand of Celta Vigo.

Iniesta surrounded by Celta Vigo Players during FC Barcelona's defeat away from Home

Recklessness at its very best, that should be the phrase that could very accurately describe last nights' display by FC Barcelona at the Estadio de Balaídos against Celta de Vigo. The question is who was more reckless - A completely out of sync team, a non-existing midfield, a defensive midfielder who played like he is on the wrong team, a goal keeper who is finding fresh ideas to concede goals or a Manager who had no respect for the opposition. Why the respect aspect? Just rewind back what happened here last season - we were decimated even with our almost first eleven here. So when you return to a place where you were destroyed to pieces, you expect the coach to respect the danger of the opposition. Instead Luis Enrique decided to bring in Gomez and Rafinha in place of Rakitic and Iniesta. Result a shabby first half where we were pretty lucky not to have gone 5-0 down. But then the Manager alone cannot be responsible held responsible for the absolute abject recklessness of a Keeper who is considered to be good with his passing. The way he conceded the game when an almighty come back was in progress will send shivers down the management and will prompt the question even more strongly his position is first eleven.

Sep 24, 2016

Barca football players Sergi Roberto and Rafinha Celebrating after scoring against Sporting Gijon

FC Barcelona defeated Sporting Gijon away from home scoring five unanswered goals against them. Sergi Roberto the in form Right Back of Barca was the architect of such a fine display. Enjoy the video below of all the goals with commentary from Ray Hudson & Phil Schoen.

Sep 1, 2016

Barcelona are currently the undisputed top team in Spain and last season were treble winners with La Liga, Copa del Rey and Supercopa de España. Since Pep Guardiola took charge of the team in 2008 they have won six of the past eight La Liga titles which brings them up to 24 time winners and gradually creeping up on Real Madrid who hold the record with 32 league wins. Current boss, Luis Enrique, has won two La Liga’s, two Copa del Rey’s, one Supercopa de España, one Champions League, one UEFA Super Cup and one FIFA Club World Cup, which is a very impressive collection and not far behind Guardiola’s record.

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