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Barcelona need to get intensity back into their training.
One of the first things that Lucho can change is the intensity in training.
Pep Guardiola was a firm believer in training as you play, and the results on the pitch spoke for themselves.
Training was intensive but interesting and enjoyable. Something that was sorely missing throughout Tata Martino's tenure.
Sky Sports' Guillem Balague noted last season:
There is a lack of leadership on the bench, on the pitch and at the club so they are trying to find their feet, and what we are seeing is a team that is far too relaxed - they are a side without intensity and with few demands tactically and physically.
The players have been rotated but do not find themselves sharp and all that points to the methodology and training during the week.
Players must be sharp, fully focused and challenged on a daily basis, and changing their training regime should therefore be one of the first areas under the microscope.
Ivan De La Pena also noted via Ben Hayward of Goal.com:
He is a coach who pushes you a lot; he is very demanding. He's an extremely meticulous coach in terms of planning. He leaves nothing to chance and gives special attention to physical conditioning, but also other vital elements.
He loves to study the individual development of the players to see how they can give more as the weeks go by.
Exactly what Barca need.