Even with their poor perfomance this season, FC Barcelona remains the giant of Spanish football. This club is found in Barcelona, a city in Spain. They have had some of the best football stars like Thierry Henry, Samuel Eto, Iniesta, Puyol, Lionel Messi, Cesc Fabregas and many others.
Coaches like Pep Gurdiola have worked for this club having had a super solid perfomance with them. Just last season, They sold off Luiz Suarez to Atletico Madrid which to my view have really affected the club. Just this season, football fans woke up to a more shocking news after the club left the world class striker Lionel Messi to move over to Paris Saint Germain.
Last Weekend saw the Catalans thumped 2 goals to nil by Atletico Madrid in Nou Camp.Should Koeman, the current boss be sacked to bring back the fantastic form they have had for decades? Or maybe they can buy more experienced stars to help the club back to where it should be. Reports say that the club have lost upto € 481 Million. They currently sit at number 9 in La Liga table. All the best to them.
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