Hello! My name is Tre'. I'm an American fan of FC Barcelona. I have my reasons and I couldn't care less if you think I'm a bandwagoner. I'm negative, but make no mistake, I'm a fan of FC Barcelona. Probably a bigger fan than you are. If you want to talk about anything football I'm open for discussion, but I don't censor my opinions.
Jesus f*cking Christ, we suck ass right now. Big changes are needed at FCB...
I am part of the minority that still has faith in Moyes. I will give him at least until the summer transfer window next summer since he is at least ambitious in terms of signings and targets.
HIs tactics are a dilemma though, and his player usage and misuse is also a pretty huge concern haha
How is your Barcelona doing? I feel they have lost a few needless points, although Neymar is a really shining light. Pedro has been largely disappointing though, and Xavi is aging.Busquets is still class though.
just wanted your opinion on two things: has Messi really lost interest in the game or is this just media nonsense? I tend to think the latter but I hav'nt been able to wacth him
Thoughts on Halilovic?
Congrats on Halįlović.
Wow these Madridistas sure are happy today. It looks like they didn't even bother watching their own game, they're all cheering for a Barça loss. Pretty pathetic, but now I am getting a bit concerned. They are red hot, do you think they will have bragging rights after the next meeting? I think Barça will narrowly win, but I can never tell with Madrid.
Do you think Xavi is the most influential player in terms of team-based or Messi is? Reason why I'm saying this is because Barcelona looks completely lost without Xavi.
Do you really think Man Utd will fall into mediocrity or are you just trolling? I'm not an antagonistic person so i'm going outline my reasons why I disagree with you on united's future.
Firstly it might be cliche but I just need to call on United's status as club. We're now the 3rd most valuable club in the world, and that's a decline over the years. In addition to that we've got the biggest fanbase of any of the Big three, namely Real Madrid,Barca and United, with 659 million fans. Simply because of this we can't fall as advertisers and sponsers will always try to latch onto that valuable commodity and exploit it regardless of the football currently being played on the pitch.
That leads onto my second point with Money. As United will always gather global interest we'll always have money. Infact as of now we're signing a new shirt deal with Nike which will provide 70 million a year over 10 years that equates to $1.1 Billion dolllars as I know your a yankee. This discounts various deals with Chervolet and many others. This constant source of income means that we're going to have money to improve our team year upon year. I'm not saying that in summer we're going to get people like Kroos as I'm far more rational that most and seeing as he has no reason to leave. But even you seem to acknowledge the rapid growth of PSG in football and point out Cavani's decisions to go to them rather than the English clubs that were chasing him. You know as well as I do that this only happened because PSG offered the most money to him and his agents aswell as the club. With United's seemingly endless supply of income what's stopping us from doing the same. It's not irrational to assume that united could get players like Pjanic or Antoine Griezmann who are on the cusp of being worldclass.
However the main reason you seem to think united is going to fail is because of Moyes. I'm going to go out there and admit it, I don't like Moyes. Tactically speaking he's out of his depth. He seems to think that blasting crosses into the box will eventually lead to a goal, this in tandem with his innability to handle the press infuriates me. Jurgen Klopp was my first choice to replace Fergie. However since he's here I'll support him until he's gone and there are some positives to be said e.g:
1) Bringing through Januzaj which shows he's dedication to youth.
2) Identfying the problem our poor midfield (understatement) and atleast trying to sign players to fix it.
3) He has began the process of re-building as he's letting go the Old guard i.e Ferdinand, Vidic, Evra, Giggs- all formely world class players
4) He has began to get rid of the deadwood i.e Anderson is out on Loan, Fabio is gone. Hopefully Cleverley, Nani, Valencia and Hernandez will follow.
It was always going to be difficult to take over from objectively the best manger of all time and even though it's been a disastrous start he does show signs for hope.
Lastly my biggest hope for United is our youth. I know you always harp on about Barca youth and I will concede that you guys are the benchmark for youth development in the world. However you only have to look at United of the past and now, from the Class of 92 and Paul Pogba, to Morrison and now Januzaj. United has always produced youth players with worldclass potential and I really do think we have a couple special players in our ranks.
I would encourage you to look at Andreas Pereira (He's the best of the lot), Ben Pearson, Demetri Mitchell, James Wilson (extremely good striker), Saidy Janko and Michael Keane. This core group of players in tandem with our exciting young players already in the first team e.g Januzaj, Nick Powell, Angelo Henriquez (on loan at the segunda I think) and Jones gives me real hope for the future.
I do look forward to your response. Good luck with Sociedad, it's 3-1 as i'm writing though!
Well, gee, I feel so honored. Anyways, yours was the better team, no denying. I never said that we were going to win to begin with, I said we have a chance, but clearly we lost and Barcelona was the better team. Anywho, still one match to go, we won't win i know but heck, go city lol. Plus, i'm not getting down about this, my other two favorite teams are Bayern and Real Madrid. So I wish them luck. I watch football for the beauty of the sport, not the hating behind it. If Bayern or Real can take it I will be a happy man.
Too many RM fans here. Lol Cheers mate. Visca Barca
you should remove you account and leave