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    I don't want a group stage exit to happen solely because we would then replace QSG as the premier laughing stock of Europe.

    Please at least let us be no.2 in that one.

    Please EV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingLeo10 View Post
    I don't want a group stage exit to happen solely because we would then replace QSG as the premier laughing stock of Europe.

    Please at least let us be no.2 in that one.

    Please EV.
    We are already the laughing stock of Europe after the Anfield defeat. People still can comprehend how significant that defeat was.

    A group exit would just confirm what most real fns know anyways. The club is in crisis on all fronts. I think it will take a few years and huge change in personnel to get back on the right track.

    We're going down the path of Milan and Utd.

    A group stage exit would be perfect.

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    Group stage exit would be the needed shock, because that fucking weasel is still hiding behind 1st place in La Liga and CL, when it's obvious that his tactics are non-existent and the team is in chaos and in crisis. It's good that more and more pundits and former managers are starting to say it how it is. So the final period of the Valverde tenure has already begun.

    We're lucky to have won/drawn all the games in CL btw. Dortmund away, Inter home, Slavia away. Inter could've been 3-0 up in the first half on Camp Nou, Dortmund dominated us all game in Germany and even Slavia had more chances and shots on goal than us at their stadium. Out of all the matches, we only played well in the 2nd half of the Inter game. That's 1 out of 8 halves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Messigician View Post
    📰 [AS] | Ernesto Valverde is calm and still has the support of the dressing room.
    Players support Valverde while they've been playing terrible football for years. Shocking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by serghei View Post
    Group stage exit would be the needed shock, because that fucking weasel is still hiding behind 1st place in La Liga and CL, when it's obvious that his tactics are non-existent and the team is in chaos and in crisis. It's good that more and more pundits and former managers are starting to say it how it is. So the final period of the Valverde tenure has already begun.

    We're lucky to have won/drawn all the games in CL btw. Dortmund away, Inter home, Slavia away. Inter could've been 3-0 up in the first half on Camp Nou, Dortmund dominated us all game in Germany and even Slavia had more chances and shots on goal than us at their stadium. Out of all the matches, we only played well in the 2nd half of the Inter game. That's 1 out of 8 halves.
    True. Now we will have to face Inter in Italy. I think it's going to be ugly.

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    How Valverde uses the tools at his disposal.


    Quote Originally Posted by A Valverde cheerleader in his natural habitat View Post
    Good, let them win the overrated CL and we'll continue to dominate La Liga.
    Quote Originally Posted by FCB1987 View Post
    CNN is probably the most reliable source of news

    #factsfirst
    Valverde: "I don't think about resigning and I don't feel like players have failed me."

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    he's straight up trolling at this point

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    Would rather we lose enough in La Liga that Valverde gets fired before he gets the chance to crash out of the group stage.

    Help us Celta and Leganes.
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    Bartomeu

    "This season we have brought in young players who have to help us get through those stages. We think that Valverde is the ideal coach to lead this blending of a generation of players of a certain age who have been so successful with that of up-and-coming players."

    "It is important to create this bond, this union, to make a new team and this new group that will carry Barça forward. And Valverde has this ability."

    [The Associated Press]

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    Incredible delusion.

    A bit off topic, but Lampard is now proving why Xavi could be a very good idea sooner than people might think. Basically 1 year coaching experience prior to the Chelsea job, not even in the first league, and is now leading the changing of the generation at his dream club quite well. With bravery, leadership, and trusting the youth.

    Young players developing under him at a rapid pace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by serghei View Post
    Incredible delusion.

    A bit off topic, but Lampard is now proving why Xavi could be a very good idea sooner than people might think. Basically 1 year coaching experience prior to the Chelsea job, not even in the first league, and is now leading the changing of the generation at his dream club quite well. With bravery, leadership, and trusting the youth.

    Young players developing under him at a rapid pace.
    it's very impressive how's he doing it with a transfer ban and losing a player like Hazard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tackle View Post
    Bartomeu

    "This season we have brought in young players who have to help us get through those stages. We think that Valverde is the ideal coach to lead this blending of a generation of players of a certain age who have been so successful with that of up-and-coming players."

    "It is important to create this bond, this union, to make a new team and this new group that will carry Barça forward. And Valverde has this ability."

    [The Associated Press]
    First Shitverde trolling and now Barto.

    N a separate note how would Gallardo fare here?

    From what I've seen River play a possession game but alot of goals come from whipped to crosses from the wing. There is alot of movement from the players. With club de amigos nobody gets at the end of crosses and there is no movement either

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    Quote Originally Posted by serghei View Post
    Incredible delusion.

    A bit off topic, but Lampard is now proving why Xavi could be a very good idea sooner than people might think. Basically 1 year coaching experience prior to the Chelsea job, not even in the first league, and is now leading the changing of the generation at his dream club quite well. With bravery, leadership, and trusting the youth.

    Young players developing under him at a rapid pace.
    Xavi wont have that luxury here.
    He'll have washed up primadonnas who wanna keep it mi amigos
    I will cling to that old rugged cross and exchange it someday for a crown

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barcilliant View Post
    First Shitverde trolling and now Barto.

    N a separate note how would Gallardo fare here?

    From what I've seen River play a possession game but alot of goals come from whipped to crosses from the wing. There is alot of movement from the players. With club de amigos nobody gets at the end of crosses and there is no movement either
    Crosses? Gallardo is the Guardiola of South America, he is more fit for Barca style than any current Dutch or Spaniad coaches.

    Gallardo stresses a quick one-touch passing especially in the final stages of an attack. He has a two seconds player move rule because he thinks the opposition has enough time to reorganize their defense and neutralize the threat if the player moves with the ball more than two seconds. Here an example of a build-up attack from the back, just like Barca used to play. Notice how long the players keep the ball.

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