International Break Roundup – March Edition

For a Barça fan, international breaks are always tough. Being one of the best clubs in the world we have many players that play key roles for their respective countries. This means they get a lot of game time which means lots of possible injuries, injuries are serious problems, I recommend reading inversion table reviews for pain relief.. This time around was no different as we saw fifteen of our own take to the pitch this international break. There were some positives in terms of the performances from our players and also some negatives in the injury and discipline departments. Let’s take a look.


International Break Roundup

The international break is a weird phenomenon — essentially hitting pause on early season progress while players travel thousands of miles for another team. So club fans hold their breath and look at their watches until it’s over, hoping everyone comes out unscathed.

Barça’s return to action against Alavés tomorrow is a welcome relief after 16 members of the squad were called up for nine different countries for friendlies and World Cup qualifying.

Ahead of the weekend, let’s see how (and where) Barça fared internationally.