For a team to win more trophies, they need players who are consistent and always score for their teams and win more trophies. Fc Barcelona have made a lot of good players in history, these players were able to help them win more trophies and also set and break more records.
1. Victor Valdes The Blaugrana dominated European football under the guidance of Pep Guardiola and lifted the Champions League in both 2009 and 2011, beating Manchester United in both finals with their latter performance producing some spellbinding football at Wembley. Victor Valdes won his first winner's medal as Arsenal were defeated in the 2006 final on Paris, before playing his part in a side many regarded as the best to ever won the Champions League.
The young Barcelona academy graduate, Ansu Fati, has picked his four best players in football history without naming his team captain Lionel Messi. Breaking into the senior team of Barcelona is a great experience for Ansu Fati. Barcelona have already treated Fati as one of best talented young players this season, even having him participate in promotional videos that are reserved for new signings. Fati named his four best players in the football history without Lionel Messi despite his experience with the Argentine.
Here are the 8 most painful moments that broke the hearts of Barcelona fans across the world. 1. Bayern 7-0 Barcelona Bayern were relentless that season and it was nothing unexpected that they were in the end delegated UCL champions. One of the most stunning snapshots of the battle was the point at which they beat Barcelona 7-0 on total in the knockout stage. 2. Roma Beats Barcelona 3-0 Roma stunned the world when they beat Barcelona 3-0 subsequent to enduring a 4-1 thrashing at Camp Nou in the UCL. It
Ansu Fati became the youngest scorer for the Spanish National team. Against Ukraine, he scored the first International goal at 17 years and 311 days. Following his goal, Ansu immediately thought of his loved ones. If the Spanish prodigy Fati was very moved after his goal, it's because he knows he has come a long way. And his family helped him to overcome all the difficulties! Born in Guinea-Bissau, Ansu Fati arrived in Spain at the age of 6. He amazed recruiters from all over Spain at just 9 years. He came very
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
Please don't forget to share comment like and also follow me on my news page for more updates. Thanks! Josep "Pep" Guardiola Sala is a Spanish professional football manager and former player, who is the current manager of Premier League club Manchester City. He is considered to be one of the greatest managers of all time.He holds the record for the most consecutive league games won in La Liga, the Bundesliga and the Premier League. One of the greatest football managers in the world in the History of football
La Masia "Farmhouse" is the academy school of FC Barcelona where young one are nutured into professional footballers. It's considered as the best academy in the whole world. La Masia has produced great talents such as Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta, Xavi Hernandez, Carles Puyol, Victor Valdes, Cesc Fabregas and so on and still producing for the world of football. On the other hand, the FC Barcelona main team cannot accommodate all their graduates therefore some have to continue elsewhere. Below is the first eleven
Valdés Among them is Valdés deciding to withdraw his team from a summer tournament in the Netherlands after deciding they were not getting enough rest between games, the disappointment that he didn't turn up for a barbecue organized for club coaches, and skipping media duties while on an away trip to Dortmund. Although he had offers from several clubs in Spain to prolong his career, Valdés retired from professional football in August 2017; after remaining without a club for the first half of the 2017–18