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    Qatar = prison, are you really suggesting that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ustari View Post
    Qatar = prison, are you really suggesting that
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    It's not that far from a shithole though. Toilets can be golden but they are nontheless shitholes.

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    Xavi's quotes from his interview with Le Parisien ahead of the 2nd leg in Round of 16 between Barca vs. PSG tonight

     



























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    Is it likely that once he retires as a player next year, he would look into learning the ropes through an assistant-coach position?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowy View Post
    Is it likely that once he retires as a player next year, he would look into learning the ropes through an assistant-coach position?
    I think it'll be a much better experience if he coaches/becomes an assistant coach of the B team first. Kind of like developing a young player, you don't want to a throw new coach into the fire immediately.
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    wise wise .. kinda like zizou filling various positions for 5 years before becoming head-coach of the B-Team

    He was first brought back to Madrid as an “advisor” to Perez in 2009, then as a “special advisor” to the first team in 2010 during Jose Mourinho’s reign.
    In July 2011, Zidane became sporting director; in 2013 he became the assistant coach to Carlo Ancelotti and then, in June 2014 the coach of the club’s B-team, Real Madrid Castilla.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard.H View Post
    I think it'll be a much better experience if he coaches/becomes an assistant coach of the B team first. Kind of like developing a young player, you don't want to a throw new coach into the fire immediately.
    If anyone can coach Barca with no experience whatsoever, it's Xavi. Again, his knowledge of the game is second to none. Still, it wouldn't hurt to give him some beforehand. Even Pep had experience coaching the B team.

    It'll be an experiment regardless but one with a high probability of success.
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    Would Xavi play Football in Barcelona for a senior league while he coaches Barcelona. Or would he simply be too busy?
    Pass + Passing + Passing
    (16+1+19+19) + (16+1+19+19+ 9+14+7) + (16+1+19+19+9+14+7) = 225
    Xavi + Iniesta + Laudrup
    (24+1+22+9) + (9+14+9+5+19+20+1) + (12+1+21+4+18+21+16) = 226

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    http://voetbalflitsen.nl/wtf/dc3hgj/...l-soms-gek-was

    There is a video in the article. There is some dutch in it but Spanish speakers and cules will appreciate it. Dutch comedian Frank interviewing Xavi with Ronald de Boer as translator. You hear some English from Xavi as well.

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