FC Barcelona face Levante on Tuesday at the Estadi Ciutat De Valencia, with just 3 games remaining in the LaLiga title race. Ronald Koeman spoke to the press on Monday, where he talked about the upcoming match, the LaLiga title race, the draw against Atletico and much more.
Barça struggled to secure a win against Atlético Madrid, losing 1-0 in their last meeting (Image courtesy: FC Barcelona) FC Barcelona will host Atlético Madrid at the Camp Now today, which undoubtedly has to be the most important fixture for both the sides. A win tonight can help Barça clench those three points & move top at the summit of the La Liga Points table & keep the title race running in close proximity. Koeman has done a commendable job in managing the Catalans, in helping them regain their composure back from a hopeless start to their La Liga campaign last year. Unfortunately, following the 2 match-ban he had received in the Granada match two weeks back, the dutch manager won’t be
Barça drew 2-2 against Valencia in their last match (Image credits: Lluis Gene/Getty Images) FC Barcelona faces Valencia CF at the Mestalla Stadium on Sunday, tonight, in what seems to be a "must-win" fixture for the Catalans after their tragic, yet unnecessary 2-1 loss to Granada, in La Liga this week. The disappointment against Granada was brutal not just for us cules, but it also left a devastating effect on the players mentally to see through the campaign ahead. Since then, Real & Atlético Madrid have both pounced back securing their three points respectively which now deems tonight’s Valencia fixture to be extremely crucial for Barça if they want to thrive in the title race ahead. Koeman’s 23-man squad has travelled to Mestalla
After the disappointing defeat to Granada at the Camp Nou on Thursday, FC Barcelona travel to the Mestalla in order to keep their title hopes alive. Ronald Koeman spoke to the press prior to the match, where he talked about the upcoming match, his two match ban, the defeat against Granada and much more.
Victor Valdés as FC Barcelona U19 coach (Image credits: Getty Images) Victor Valdés, the former goalkeeper of Barça & former Juvenil A coach is very close to returning to the reins of FC Barcelona again, under the Laporta presidency. During the presidential campaign, Valdés had sided with Laporta & had shown his desire to come back to the club in a new, rejuvenated role. Also, to mention, the former Spaniard had taken over the Juvenil A (U19 Barça youth team) in 2019, but a few months following into his job, he was let go by the then academy director Patrick Kluivert due to some disagreements within the club. Valdés initially wasn’t sure about the club’s offer as his desire was to