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    Munir El Haddadi (loaned to Alavés)

    From what I have seen so far, cool, calm and collected looks to be a very good player

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    Quote Originally Posted by khaled_a_d View Post
    1-Who is the kid who made that assist?
    2-How good is Munir ? He doesn't get a lot of hype generally ,but arab sites makes him look like the next super star
    1. Rodrigo Tarín, a central defender and Spain youth international. He also scored during that game (Barca won 2-1).
    2. He's good, but it should be added that he's 1 year older than many of his team-mates. Adama Traore and Ebwelle are both a few months younger. Still, he's a great player who is good enough to play for the Juvenil A team, it's just that there's a lot of competition.

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    Training with the first team

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    Arsenal, PSG and Bayern are interested in Barcelona youth forward Munir El Haddadi (18), who didn't yet renew hs contract. [mirror md]
    Why we pay zubi???

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    Arsenal, PSG and Bayern are interested in Barcelona youth forward Munir El Haddadi (18), who didn't yet renew hs contract. [mirror md]
    Why we pay zubi????

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    If the rumours are accurate, would potentially be another big blow to the club's cantera. The only thing that could cushion Sanabria's loss was Munir but if he were lost it'd be another big talent loss in close succession. Hope it's just an inaccurate rumour
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    I am afraid that this does not become a trend for young talents looking elsewhere for first team football. when I see players like Tello unable to get minutes even when Messi and Neymar are out is not a good sign for our young talents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonykross View Post
    I am afraid that this does not become a trend for young talents looking elsewhere for first team football. when I see players like Tello unable to get minutes even when Messi and Neymar are out is not a good sign for our young talents.
    I've touched on this very point more than a year ago, worries me as well...Couple that with an utterly incompetent Eusebio and it presents a serious problem for the club
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    Quote Originally Posted by FCBarca View Post
    I've touched on this very point more than a year ago, worries me as well...Couple that with an utterly incompetent Eusebio and it presents a serious problem for the club
    And Zubi ,the combination of this 2 could do a lot of damage to our cantera ,hopefully this isn't the case

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    God please no. After sanabria this will be even a bigger blow. It's high time we did some introspection on why our biggest talents which we are nurturing are giving up or not fighting for a chance to don the colors of the first team. Some remedies like sacking eusebio and getting a competent coach are obvious. But the long term solution would be forging partnerships with sides like Everton Celta etc to loan out our promising talents and reinforcing and propogating the philosophy of promoting talent to the first team which has never been the same after the departure of Pep.

    I won't blame only zubi for this as it's a bigger problem than just his incompetence though getting a better sporting director wouldnt hurt
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    It is nothing to do with Euesbio or the b team.

    This is happening because other teams are prepared to pay 17/18 year olds Ł5k a week and these teams are easier to get into than the Barca starting eleven.

    The only option is to look to loan these guys out between the b team and first team level but then again half the people on here seem to think loaning players out is 'against Barca philosphy'.

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    Its disappointing that the club have only come on the table with a contract renewal offer now, 6 damn months before his contract ends.

    Baffling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cule4life View Post
    God please no.

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    Zubizarreta is not suit for the job. Being a former legend do not mean shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonAK View Post
    Its disappointing that the club have only come on the table with a contract renewal offer now, 6 damn months before his contract ends.

    Baffling.
    Last year they let all the coaches in the footballbase run down to June so 6 months is actually early for Amor, Zubi and co.