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Mes Que Un Club #14 #6 #8
Mes Que Un Club #14 #6 #8

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De ahora en adelante, habrá que olvidar el pasado y apoyarle como un jugador más del equipo. Ya sabéis que yo no quería su fichaje, pero la verdad es que es un jugadorazo que nos puede aportar mucho. BIENVENIDO, ANTOINE!!🙌🏼 @antogriezmann

De ahora en adelante, habrá que olvidar el pasado y apoyarle como un jugador más del equipo. Ya sabéis que yo no quería su fichaje, pero la verdad es que es un jugadorazo que nos puede aportar mucho. BIENVENIDO, ANTOINE!!🙌🏼 @antogriezmann

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After a disastrous ending to our 2018/19 campaign and not a convincing summer in terms of our pre-season performance, we kicked off the 2019/20 season with high hopes - once again. But friday's match was one to forget. But why did it end like that? Why was it the way it was? - Well the answer is simple. Because we have lost our identity and We don't have a real plan & direction to move forward. It's not just the players being too comfortable or Valverde being the coward he has always been. The wound is much much deeper than that. The board are the root of this problem. They are the once doing everything they can to rip appart the identity and the style for which the club was once known for and they are using Valverde's boring & predictable style of football as a tool to make that happen. We have one of the most powerful and talented, if not the most powerful and talented squad in europe. However, Valverde doesn't have the ability to extract every bit of talent out of our squad. His personality doesn't allow him to do that. - I believe in second chances. I believe that if you don't give second chances to people, they will never have the chance to learn from their mistakes. But it's past that now. This is Valverde's third chance. He is proving to us that not only hasn't he learned from his mistakes but also that he, will, never, learn from his mistakes. He should have been sacked and changed after that disastrous Copa Final loss. We can't change the board as that's a very complicated task but we can change the manager and have refreshed & new ideas. Unfortunately, the board's decision to not do that was a huge mistake and we will certainly pay the price for that later on in the season. But from what it seems, we are in a treat for yet another boring and a 'Messi-Dependant' season.

‼️LISTEN HERE PEOPLE‼️⁣ ⁣ Back in 2015, Messi was robbed and his wonder goal against Bilbao in the Copa final didn’t win the Puskas award. This time however, his magical goal against Betis has been nominated for the FIFA Puskas award. So move your asses, click on the link in my bio (if you haven’t already) and vote for him. MOVE BITCHES!!!

It's official. Coutinho joins Bayern on a one year loan deal with a buy out clause of €120M. He didn't have the greatest time of his career at Barça. After realizing Barça were interested in him back in summer of 2017, he handed in a transfer request to Liverpool and even paid a certain amount of money out of his own pocket to make his transfer to Barça happen. To make his dream come true. He finally arrived at the club during the winter transfer window in January of 2018. He couldn't play in the Champions League during that campaign as he had already been participating in that competiton with Liverpool. He some what lived up to the expectations of the club and the fans in his first couple of months at the club and impressed the most in the match VS Leganes getting his first hat-trick with the Blaugranes shirt. During the 2018/19 season however, things took a different turn. The Brazillian midfielder had lost his confidence and was failing to impress and be as effective as he should have been considering how talented he was. He left all of us wondering, what's the reason for his underwhelming performances week in week out. Some blamed him, some blamed the coach. Where in fact, the reasons for his ineffective presence on the pitch were both him and Valverde. Although he had a couple of good performances, the fans hoped that things would improve with time. But unfortunately, time only made things worse. Our former #7 started to see more time on the bench than on the pitch and was quite low on morale and confidence. He seemed like he didn't enjoy playing anymore and a part of that would be due to the personal insults against him from our fanbase. Nevertheless, he ended his long and disappointing 2018/19 season at Barça with 11 goals and 5 assists in 53 games. An exteremly talented player who was at the right place in the wrong time. He unfortunately didn't fit into Ernie's plans and that automatically translated into him having alot of underwhelming and disappointing performances which lead to him being called a flop. He will prove the haters wrong this season and I hope to see you back at Barça next year Phil. Good luck for now! @phil.coutinho

According to [Le-Parisien] P$G have rejected Barça's loan offer for Neymar which included a buy out option for 2020. - @psg you fuckin cunts jus let us have our boy back already smh..

◆ OFFICIAL ◆ After 18 years of playing the beautiful game, Fernando Torres has decide to retire from football. Here are his all time stats: [Club and National team] 879 Apps 294 Goals 84 Assists 8 trophies The footballing world will miss you! Gracias y mucha suerte El Niño! @fernandotorres

Goodbye instagram. it was fun while it lasted. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Gonna be off it for a while. Idk if i'll come back or not. logging out. May we meet again.

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In the midst of Ernieball being at it's peak, it's so fucking good to see Messi get the real kind of recognition he deserves. It was honestly about time.. And i Had to come back for this. There was no way on earth i was gonna miss this. - @leomessi YOU ARE THE GREATEST OF ALL MOTHERFUCKING TIME AND THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ANYONE CAN DO ABOUT IT. FELICIDADES y I LOVE YOU (':

FRENKESSI IS REAL!!! - AHHHH THESE ARE THE KINDA PICS THAT MELT MA HEART!! - Also for guys, get yourself a girl who looks at you the way Frenkie looks at Leo (;

15 years of GOAT-ness! I can't find words to describe his greatness... The man is just a mere supernatural footballing god!!

[GOAL] Samuel Eto'o: "Hazard has to win the Ballon d'or. He hasn't been valued enough but now he is at one of the best teams in the world and all eyes will be on him. He is close to Messi's level and I hope that he plays Barcelona when he is not at 100 percent". - Man said he is close to Messi's level LMAOOOO.. STOP BUYING THOSE CHEAP ASS BAGS OF COCAINE & WEED FROM MARADONA @setoo9 ! I never really liked you anyway so you are cancelled.

The Defender of the 2018/19 season: Gerard Pique, Matthijs De Ligt or Virgil Van Dijk? - Gerard pique, AKA, The Hulk as I like to refer to him, is one of the top three Vital players for Barcelona. He is also one of the a few defenders in today's footballing world that perform at the highest level consistently while also being clinical up front. And last season wasn't any different. With that being said, Pique is one of the most consistent & Elegant defenders of all time. Aging like a fine wine while mastering the Art Of Defending. Despite being 32 years old and playing week in week out, the Spanish international doesn't tend to show any signs of decline. - The former Ajax man, The golden boy, the new kid in town. Call him whatever you want. but at just 19 years of age, De Ligt was arguably the most important figure for the Eredivise side last season. From being exteremly clinical upfront as a center-back to nearly captaining his team to the Champions League final. A very mature defender and a leader. It's insane how at just 19 years of age, he is already one of the best there is in his position. After signing for Juventus, we should be seeing a more complete version of of the Dutch defender in the upcoming seasons. A Bright future ahead of him. - The tall, gigantic backbone of Liverpool. Van Dijk, or as many others like to call him, VVD, is one of the most complete defenders of this generation. The Champions League winner possess's every attribute a defender should possess. He was one of the most important figures for Liverpool last season while also being regarded as one of the best players in the world during the last season. however, personally, I don't regard him as one of the best players in the world or in the last season. Simply because he isn't a complete player but a complete defender which are two different things. Nonetheless, The Dutch defender still has a lot of room for improvement and we should be seeing more of him in the future. - Eventhough it was really hard to decide, my pick for the defender of the 2018/19 season has to be Gerard Pique simply because of his distrubution to a team with defensive issues.

Alright guys, for the first time in the history of this beautiful game, FIFA has announced that the fans votes on the best players will be taken into consideration too. therefore it's time to show the haters who really deserves every single individual awards. It's time to bring justice back into football. Y'all can go to the link in my bio and vote for Messi. - DO NOT VOTE FOR VAN DIJK !!! - Because there is already many braindead retards who are putting him ahead of Messi so you voting for him will only make things harder for Leo. - Oh and yea, if y'all wondered what my votes were, those are my votes. - Go to the link in my bio, Vote for Messi and comment under this post that you have voted for him if you are a real member of MESSI FC.

Just a quick reminder for y'all who forgot how pretty our away kit really is 😊

OFFICIAL || After just spending over one year at Barça B, Mousa Wague gets promoted to the first team as a back-up RB to Nelson Semedo and will wear the #16 jersey, formerly worn by Samper. - The Senegal international is a quick, agile, tactically well disciplined and an adventrous right back. His offensive side is just as good as his defensive side since the young defender often likes to make runs forward & down the flanks or even cut inside to have a shot at the goal or to cross in the ball with his weak foot. - Although Wague isn't exactly a La Masia product as he has only spent over just a year at Barça B, his promotion to the first team is well deserved especially considering the fact that the right-back spot is the weakest spot in the team right now and is in desperate need of a competition. I'm certain Mousa will provide a healthy & friendly competition for the Portugese and infact, I won't be surprised to see the young defender start ahead of our #2. - Wague, along with Frenkie, Griezmann and Neto, will be the fourth new face in our team for the upcoming season. This move shows that the board is planning a long-term project and I'm certainly personally very happy about this. Hwever, this long-term project should, definitely, include Puig and Carles Perez as well. But as of now, we can only wait and hope for that to happen.

OFFICIAL || Barcelona and Zenit have reached an agreement for the transfer of the Brazillian forward, Malcom, to the Russian side. Malcom will wear the #8 and the agreed fee for this operation is €40M + €5M in variables. - He was one of the most unneccessary signings in the past decade simply because neither did the club want him nor had Valverde asked for him. But as Barça fans, not only do we have to thank him for his short service but apologize to him as well; for the way the club treated him from the very beginning until the end. The club hijacked him in the last moment when the player was on his way to Roma which was not a Barça-esque move at all and then didn't give him much chance to prosper much at our club. If the club hadn't done that, he would have turned out to be a very important figure for Roma. But signing for Zenit at this stage of his career is just a downgrade and I hope to see him in one of the top 3 leagues in Europe very soon. A talent like him deserves better. - Thank you for your service and also very sorry for the way you were treated by our club. Good luck! @malcomoliveira_97

Our boy is coming home and there is nothing you haters and Real Madrid can do about it 🙃

To all my followers and everyone else from El Paso, Texas and Ohio: Gutted to hear about what has happened over there.. Please stay safe and take care! 🙏❤

For a while now, there has been a raise of a loud noise from the radicalized modern day feminists and even some females footballers regarding equal play and equality in football in general. So I thought it's time to give my opinion on that matter, in two parts/posts. [Part 1] - This matter is not as simple as most people think it is or as simple as most people make it to be. You have to dig really deep into this matter in order to get a better understanding of it. However, since the majority of the noise generated is because of "equal pay", let's address that issue first. In bussiness, there is something called as a 'supply and demand'. The woman who play football aren't paid as much as men who play football, not because they are a different gender, No not at all. They are paid much much lesser than man simply because they dont generate as much money/profit as men from broadcasting, sponsorships and etc. - Now you might say: Oh, but it's the fault of the broadcasting companies that aren't broadcasting the woman's matches. Well not really. If a broadcasting company decides to show any of the woman's football matches, they need to make an investment in order to be able to broadcast that on TV and as a result of making an investment, they profit from that by recieving a percentage of the amount generated by the broadcasting of matches. But the problem is, majority of the time those broadcasting companies profit very little to none from broadcasting the woman's game. Because people in general, associate football to physicality and competence and man in general, being more physically strong and more competitive than woman attract more viewers. Therefore if the broadcasting companies make an investment to show the man's game, they benefit alot more from it unlike the woman's games. - Alot of people need to understand that football is a game, a source of joy and fun to us fans but it's nothing but a bussiness to the broadcasting companies, clubs and the richs who make investments in it. they care about their profit and return on their investment and the womans game, unfortunately, doesn't give them that.

Neymar this, Neymar that, Neymar here, Neymar there, Neymar is on the verge of signing for Real Madrid, Neymar is closer than ever to signing for Barça. Shut the fuck up. Bring our boy back home already!! @Fcbarcelona

The 2018/19 player ratings, #20: Thomas Vermaelen [4/10] - When you are a footballer and you play at such a high level and at a special club like Barcelona, you would want to fullfil all your professional desires and make all your childhood dreams come true. You would want to be in the starting XI week in week out and You would want to achieve individual & collective glory every single season. But, one thing you don't want is to become more and more injury prone as you age and have no luck at all. And That's exactly the case with Vermaelen. A great player who couldn't continue to perform at the top level simply because of some unfortunate circumstances. - During the 2017/18 season, with him being the only back up to our two center-backs, the Belgian international took part in many important matches including the 3-0 win at the Bernabeu. Following his great individual season, he kicked off his 2018/19 season with hopes of over coming the obstacles that has always held him back from achieving his full potential, but unfortunately, luck wasn't on his side as injuries caught up with him during the season once again. The Belgian center-back had featured in 12 official games last season in many of which he was brought on as a sub to give rest to the regular starters. He was positioned as a left-back during the 2-1 loss to Levante and his lack of motivation to take on the duties of a left-back was crystal clear. However, excluding that match and despite being 33 years old and injury prone, he did his job everytime he stepped on to the pitch. - Nevertheless, Vermaelen has signed a new contract with the Japanese side Vissel Kobe and he will be looking forward to playing alongside his former teammates at Barça for the upcoming season. I can only thank you for your service at Barça and I wish you all the luck in the next stages of your life and your career! @thomasvermaelen

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The official 2019/20 away kit is out and I must admit, it is absolutely beautiful! - Nike released this kit in order to celebrate the 40th anniversary of La Masia but in my opinion, it's a bit contradictory how the board uses La Masia as a marketing brand when in reality it's clear that the essence and morals of La Masia is long gone and it's doesn't have the same importance as it once had before.. As far as the design and the beauty of the kit goes, I can only say great job @nike !! I give this jersey a 11/10 and I hope to see the player wear it with a dark navy blue or black colored shorts and not just yellow. By the way, I'm in love with this kit so I'm gonna buy one with F.De Jong & #21 on the back once the new season starts. - What are your thoughts on this kit?

The 2018/19 player ratings, #23 : Kevin Prince-Boateng [2/10] - FC Barcelona, with all it's failures and glories, is a special club that requires special players. Special players with unique talents. Those with an exclusive understanding of the game, tactical knowledge and understanding of some of the unique positional concepts. Or in other words, as the staff inside the club and even the fans from all around the world like to call it, The Barça DNA. And Kevin Prince-Boateng is a perfect example of a professional who along many many others, simply doesn't possess the technical & tactical abilities needed at such a complex club like Barcelona. - After agreeing to a short term loan deal with the club back in the winter transfer window and arriving 'just in case', the Ghanaian international soon made his debut just two days after his arrival in the quarter final stage of La Copa Del Rey against Sevilla in which we ended up losing 2-0. The latter had also featured in games against Valladolid, Huesca and Celta in all of which he unpurposely failed to deliver as he didn't find the net once nor made an assist. But, Boateng was signed 'just in case'. Just in case Suarez got injured, just incase Leo couldn't act as a false 9 and just in case we needed a back up striker. Not only was his signing a failure but it just goes to prove that this board would do anything other than trusting La Masia. Thankfully though, Valverde became aware of the fact that Prince could simply not live up to our demands and opted for Carles Perez over him in the last few league games and La Copa final. A terrible signing But for what it's worth, I'm glad that we'll never have to see him in the blaugrana shirt, ever again. - Now, it's your turn to rate him in the comments below.