Sergi Samper made his official first team debut against Apoel on Wednesday in the Champions League. He was the most impressive thing about the match! Don’t believe us? Check out this vid!
A compilation of Sergi Samper’s best goals during his La Masia career has been published today, and one thing that becomes evident is the fact that the boy has natural talent, as if he was born to be a midfielder. Nothing has really changed in his game, apart from his defensive ability. Even the hair is the same.
Another compilation of the top 5 La Masia goals, from the past weekend. This week, two Alevín A players, Marc Pelaz and Arnau Farnós, the Cadete B’s Rodrigo Sánchez, and the Juvenil B’s Ayoub Abou are included in the lsit, which is capped off by a wonderful inswerving corner goal scored by Juvenil B’s Sergio Gómez.
EA Sports launched their official TV commercial for their upcoming game FIFA 15, with Barça’s very own Lionel Messi featuring in it. Check out the awesome ad!
As with every week, we bring you the top five goals scored by La Masia youngsters over the past weekend. This week five different players have been picked, with Pablo Moreno (Infantil B), Joan Román (Barça B), Marc Río (Juvenil B), Gerard Gumbau (Barça B) and Hugo García (Alevín B) making up a wonderful compilation of true Barça goals.
São Paulo FC fans all over Brazil are lauding the efforts of club directors after off-loading right back Douglas Pereira, whom many fans considered a liability and not worthy of a starting place on their beloved team. To be fair, Dani Alves is also seen by many Brazilians in a similar light domestically, but how one performs from team to team can sometimes provide quite the study in contrast. While assurances of his defensive abilities are plentiful online, numbers from Opta Sports compiled by ESPN Brasil do a little bit more to dispel the worries of non-Portuguese-speaking culés frantically combing the internet for more on who exactly this Douglas character is and what he could possibly offer on a right flank that has been so dominantly deputized by Dani Alves and to a far lesser extent, Martín Montoya.