The Front: Sport (18.2.2015)

the front sport feb 18 2015

THE IDEAL 9 FOR MESSI

SUÁREZ HAS ADAPTED TO THE SYSTEM AND TO LEO’S STYLE OF PLAY

He sets the center backs, reads the movements of his teammates and doesn’t mind undertaking the hard work

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The Front: Mundo Deportivo (18.2.2015)

the front MD feb 18 2015

MUCHO LUCHO

Luis Enrique is the axis around which Barça’s transformation revolves

Flexibility, tactics, pressure, intensity and rotations are his personal stamp

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Cartoon of the Day: Sport

Cartoon of the Day: Sport

ANCELOTTI: “It’s a good thing the hot balls did their job in the draw… …if not, the thing that could burn us today is us.”

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Picture of the day: Just a kid

Picture of the day: Just a kid

With all of his accomplishments, it’s easy to forget that Neymar Jr. is barely 23 years old. What were you doing when you were 23?

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Stat of the day: In Lucho we trust?

Stat of the day: In Lucho we trust?

An 11 game winning streak, and Luis Enrique went from “The Spanish Moyes” to fan favourite. A poll was conducted a few days ago to totalBarça readers, asking the people now whether they think Lucho has what it takes to take Barça far this season. I expected a positive result, but it turned out with a completely ridiculous one with almost 96% of the readers believing in the Asturian now, and only a bit more than 4% still need some convincing.

Oh what a month of football could do to you people, huh? Let’s see the next time Barça loses if the totalBarça readers will still remain as loyal to Lucho. (Fingers crossed we stay in that sexy form all season).

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Café con leche: February 17, 2015

Café con leche: February 17, 2015

El Guaje predicts a very tough fixture for the Catalans.

David Villa is expecting a very tough fixture for his ex-club saying that both teams have an equal chance in going through; “The truth is that they are two of the best teams in the world and they have the best players . They have huge potential. It’s going to be a thrilling tie, especially for the fans,” before adding that the Catalans “are on the best form they’ve been on this season. Barça were already playing really well before, but results are what matter and a good run of results gives you that added confidence.” David Villa is now playing for New York City F.C. and is continuing to make history by scoring the club’s first ever goal.

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Piqué Rises

Piqué Rises

Humans by nature love to see the fall of a hero. The best movies always show the fall of a hero, their flaws, and weaknesses and, of course, their struggle. Why? Because we humans tend to put our feet in their shoes, we like to feel what they feel and think of how we would react if we were them. Movie makers tend to always try their best to make us feel sorry for the hero and that is the case in many blockbuster movies such as Dark Knight ‘Rises,’ where the director showed us a broken, humiliated and weak hero (Batman).

Why am I writing all this in an article about Gerard Piqué?

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The Front: Sport (17.2.2015)

the front sport feb 17 2015

BARÇA ARRIVES AT THE CHAMPIONS IN A STATE OF EXCELLENCE

THE BEST TEAM IN EUROPE

In 2015, Messi sweeps Cristiano and Luis Enrique equals Pep in the triple

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The Front: Mundo Deportivo (17.2.2015)

the front MD feb 17 2015

TRI-BARÇA

The beginning of the blaugrana’s years is impeccable: Leo (14 goals) has scored more goals than ‘BBC’ (11)

1 –  Messi has made 11 ‘hat-tricks’ in the league and 31 total, records

2 – The trident with 68 goals, going for the 100 of Leo-Eto’o-Henry

3 – Andrés Iniesta thinks that “we are going to win it all”

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Cartoon of the Day: Sport

Cartoon of the Day: Sport

MESSI IS TWO GOALS BEHIND CR CRYBABY

RONALDO: “Improve my football? What I have to improve so that Messi doesn’t catch me… …are my dives”

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Picture of the day: Why “Chilena?”

Picture of the day: Why “Chilena?”

Ever since Luis Suárez scored that acrobatic goal against Levante on Sunday, I’ve been thinking about what that move is called and that led me down a Google rabbit hole. Chilena, scissor kick or tijera, bicycle kick; whatever you call it, it always looks spectacular.

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Café con leche: February 16, 2015

Café con leche: February 16, 2015

“The players are by no means over-euphoric at the moment. They know how hard it is to win titles,” said Luis Enrique at the post-match press conference after an outstanding performance at the Camp Nou. The coach also added that “I love seeing that the fans are so euphoric. That’s a key factor and makes us feel more optimistic.” Referring to eleven consecutive wins, Enrique underlined, “The number of wins in a row is not important. What matters is that they’ll help us to win titles.” We are really looking for upcoming games as the manager assured that “the win [against Levante] was a huge boost for our morale as a team and for the players.”

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The Front: Mundo Deportivo (16.2.2015)

the front MD feb 16 2015

RAMPAGE

With a team full of substitutes, Barça gives another blow to the table and made their eleventh consecutive victory.

The trident returned to shine: A hat-trick from Messi, he’s only two goals away from Cristiano, and Luis Suárez’s golazo

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The Front: Sport (16.2.2015)

the front sport feb 2015

THIS IS MESSI-LAND!

A MANITA FROM BARÇA, A HAT-TRICK FROM MESSI AND ELEVEN CONSECUTIVE TRIUMPHS

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Cartoon of the Day: Sport

Cartoon of the Day: Sport

I LOVE MESSI 5

LEVANTE 0

“PENALDO”: “Enough already… …either the refs gift me more penalties… …or I’ve had it”

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Picture of the day: Kids at the Camp Nou

Picture of the day: Kids at the Camp Nou

Many of the lads brought their children out on the field before yesterday’s match against Levante. Here is Pedro Rodríguez and his son, Bryan, who will be two years old in April.

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The Ratings: FC Barcelona 5-0 Levante UD

The Ratings: FC Barcelona 5-0 Levante UD

The Ratings… Everyone’s 2nd favorite part to a post-match analysis, after the Post-Match Review of course. It is now your turn to show us what you think of the players’ performances. Let’s see how you all do!

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The Result: FC Barcelona 5-0 UD Levante

The Result: FC Barcelona 5-0 UD Levante

RESULT:

FC Barcelona: 5

UD Levante: 0

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Café con leche: February 15, 2015

Café con leche: February 15, 2015

Camp Nou: Leo Messi’s den

It is true that Lionel Messi is comfortable scoring at every ground, yet as we all know very well, there is no place like home. The ‘Flea,’ as much as he likes terrorizing opponents without keeping the venue in mind, is particularly potent at home, much like a beast in its natural habitat. The Argentine has found the net in seven of the team’s last nine home matches, weighing in with 14 goals. The streak was started with a hat-trick against Sevilla, and stretches up to Wednesday’s cup game against Villarreal. These matches include clutch encounters against Paris Saint Germain in the Champions League and the league match against Atlético, with the ‘Flea’ not failing to live up to the occasion. Levante’s obstacle is perhaps too low to stop Messi’s streak.

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Live Match Chat: FC Barcelona vs Levante UD

Live Match Chat: FC Barcelona vs Levante UD

totalBarça welcomes you all to the Liga game between FC Barcelona and Levante! Are you ready?

Sunday, February 15, 2015

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February 15, 2015

The Front: Sport (15.2.2015)

The Front: Mundo Deportivo (15.2.2015)

Cartoon of the day: Sport

Picture of the day: Good advice

Levante standing in the way

Barça B – Alavés: Vinyals’ first point (0-0)


February 14, 2015

Café con leche: February 14, 2015

Barça B-Alavés: Vinyals’ premiere

The Front: Sport (14.2.2015)

The Front: Mundo Deportivo (14.2.2015)

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