1. FC Barcelona: 6 Candidates to Replace Pep Guardiola If He Leaves This Summer

    Why Pep Guardiola would want to leave Barcelona is a strange one. The Spaniard has a tendency to sign one-year extensions and is currently unwilling to commit his long-term future to the Catalan giants...

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  2. Barcelona vs. Bayer Leverkusen: 6 Key Battles to Watch at the Camp Nou

    Barcelona take a commanding 3-1 aggregate lead into their UEFA Champions League second-leg tie against Bayer Leverkusen at Camp Nou on Wednesday evening...

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  3. FC Barcelona: 8 Reasons to Believe They Can Catch Real Madrid in La Liga

    Barcelona's 5-1 thumping of Valencia on Sunday showed that Barca will fight to the very end in La Liga. Despite the victory they remain ten points behind league leaders Real Madrid meaning that catching them will be a tough ask...

    Ed Rusoke-Spencer Written by Ed Rusoke-Spencer about over 2 years ago 5,966 reads 32 comments

  4. Bayer Leverkusen V Barcelona: Assessing the Barca Players in UCL First Leg

    Barcelona's loss to Osasuna on Saturday has made the importance of the Champions League much greater. While Barca are favourites to win the Copa del Rey, winning in Europe may be ...

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  5. Fabio Capello: Top 6 Mistakes of His England Tenure

    Fabio Capello 's departure from the England manager's post should be of no great surprise to anybody. The Italian had made it clear that he was to step down after the European Championships ...

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  6. Real Madrid FC: 5 Biggest Mistakes Under Florentino Perez

    Florentino Perez began his second term as president of Real Madrid in the summer of 2009. Since then he has appointed Jose Mourinho as manager and Madrid now look to be in the best ...

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  7. FC Barcelona: 6 Players Who Could Actually Make Barca Better

    Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola has a squad any manager would love to work with. When all of his players are fully fit, he can choose a starting XI capable of rivaling any in footballing history...

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  8. Barcelona vs. Real Madrid: 5 Keys to Barca Beating Madrid at Camp Nou

    Barcelona were terrific in the Copa del Rey quarter-final first leg against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu...

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  9. FC Barcelona: 10 Ways to Beat Arguably the Best Team of All Time

    Barcelona have established themselves as one of the best teams in the history of the sport. Manager Pep Guardiola has assembled a squad that, on its day, can comfortably defeat any team in the world...

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  10. Cesc Fabregas: 10 Ways He's Made Barcelona Better

    Cesc Fabregas has been a revelation for Barcelona since he joined in the summer of last year. At 24 the midfielder has every chance of not only becoming a legend for the Spanish giants but one of the best midfielders of all time...

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  11. Arsenal: Gunners Worst Team Under Arsene Wenger

    Arsenal fans have been blessed over the years with plenty of the biggest names in the game. At times, though, Arsene Wenger has used players who still haunt the memory of Gunners supporters...

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  12. Arsenal Transfer Rumors: 10 Players Arsene Wenger Should Bring to the Emirates

    Arsenal spent more than £50 million in the transfer market this season, and with Arsene Wenger expected to have more funds available, strengthening his injury-hit squad should ...

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