Barcelona’s embattled manager Tito Vilanova was graced by good fortune this week when football superstar Neymar decided to join the Blaugrana. But the coach believes that the player’s decision to join Barca shows how much he wants to succeed at the top-club level.
Barcelona’s €28 million offer was accepted by Santos FC earlier this week, bringing to a close a fierce bidding war which saw club brass from even Real Madrid flying into Brazil to get a deal done. Neymar finished up his final match this weekend with his now former club, and Tito couldn’t hold back his excitement when asked to speak about his new acquisition. Continue reading Tito Vilanova believes Neymar chose opportunity over money→
Lionel Messi is so good that he is one of few players in the world, if not the only one, who can dictate their future as a player. There has been surprisingly little speculation about the Argentinian trickster leaving his beloved Barcelona for another club in the past, probably because you cannot put a price on his talent.
Barcelona is sitting on the top of La Liga after a gritty win over a Valencia side that were unlucky to go home without a point.
The Catalans can thank Brazilian defender Adriano for his brilliant strike from over 20-yards-out which proved to be enough for the win while also providing the 27-year-old with his first goal at the Nou Camp.