Kindly follow "Cliffsports" by clicking the +follow on the right upper corner... Barcelona is one of the biggest club in Europe that was severely hit by the outbreak of COVID-19 and despite Barcelona offloading most of their redundant players in the summer transfers, still they are facing financial instability and are looking forward to the opening of the January transfer window to pave way for another five players to exit the club. Although wage cut have been proposed by Barcelona board but still another measure
Barcelona is known for producing great players. Barcelona's golden generation under Pep Guardiola who won 14 trophies out of 19, a hell of an achievement for a club. Barca defined talent by winning treble under former manager Luis Enrique.Barcelona's golden generation consisted of Carles Puyol,Victor Valdes,Iniesta and Xavi have moved on to retirement except the club's iconic player Lionel Messi. The famous "La Masia" is recognized for producing great players and the next La Masia stars could be on their way
Barcelona started Ronald Koeman's residency as administrator with a 3-1 cordial win over Gimnastic de Tarragona on Saturday. After Ousmane Dembele opened the scoring in the fifth moment, punishments from Antoine Griezmann and Philippe Coutinho guided Koeman's side to an agreeable triumph. Barcelona arranged in a 4-2-3-1 development, a framework once in a while utilized at the club before, with the whole beginning side changed out at half-time. Sergio Busquets and Carles Alena started the match as the holding
Barcelona is a top tier Spanish side with some of the greatest football history. The Spanish club has hosted stars like Leo Messi, Ronaldinho Gaucho, Ronaldo and Rivaldo. However, in recent times, the club’s situation has not been as it used to be as they are facing financial problems which is different from the previous years.
Barcelona all-time top scorer and appearance maker, technically ended his 21-year association with the club last month and is currently a free agent after his previous contract expired. Lionel Messi is set to extend his contract with Catalan giant, Barcelona by signing a new five-year deal. The Argentinian maestro set to take a wage cut.
It is tough times for giants Barcelona FC as they seem to be going through a tough time because of Covid-19 effects. Since the break-out of the pandemic it has been a tough going for all sporting codes especially that of football. Supporters have been cut from attending stadiums and this among many other effects of the pandemic have led teams to end up struggling. FC Barcelona are reported to be one of those teams as the Catalans have hefty salaries to pay in the big-name stars, they have in the team. It is
The Dutchman has presented another development and hoped to guarantee fans it's something that will work pushing ahead. Barcelona started Ronald Koeman's residency as supervisor with a 3-1 well disposed win over Gimnastic de Tarragona on Saturday. After Ousmane Dembele opened the scoring in the fifth moment, punishments from Antoine Griezmann and Philippe Coutinho guided Koeman's side to an agreeable triumph. Barcelona arranged in a 4-2-3-1 development, a framework seldom utilized at the club before, with
The 2021 transfer window is just a month away from coming to a close. With this in mind, Ronald Koeman needs to have his entire roster ready for the grueling season ahead. According to Spanish publication SPORT, the Dutch manager is in talks with the club’s hierarchy to discuss a host of issues, one of which pertains to the transfer window.
Ronald Koeman Started His Era In Barcelona With A Win Barcelona won 3-1 in their first pre-season match of the mid year, defeating Nastic de Tarragona at the Estadi Johan Cruyff. This was the first gander at how Ronald Koeman would set his side up and he played two totally various groups, one line-up for the first half and another for the second. Lionel Messi began in the match, fitting in to a 4-2-3-1 framework that saw Sergio Busquets and Carles Alena collaborate in the guarded midfield positions. Ousmane
One Barcelona player has tested positive for Coronavirus, but the club say he has not been in contact with any of the squad that are competing in the Champions League. Barcelona conducted coronavirus tests on Tuesday on nine players – Pedri, Trincao, Matheus Fernandes, Jean-Clair Todibo, Moussa Wague, Carles Alena, Rafinha, Juan Miranda and Oriol Busquets who are due to return for pre-season training on Wednesday. One of the nine who has not been named returned a positive test. The club say he is asymptomatic
I NEED MORE TIME, SAYS BARCELONA'S KOEMAN. Ronald Koeman said on Tuesday he needs more chance to impart his thoughts after his helpless beginning as Barcelona mentor. Barca faces Athletic Bilbao on Wednesday, hoping to diminish their 10-point hole behind LaLiga pioneers Atletico Madrid, who have likewise played one game less than the Catalans. The weight is now mounting on Koeman, whose future could turn out to be more unsure when the club's new president is cast a ballot in not long from now. Asked when