Paul Little ponders the rise and fall of tiki taka after the success that it brought Barcelona.
Posts Tagged ‘Xavi Hernandez’
Harry Trend looks at Xavi Hernandez and how the Spanish legend is getting on in Qatar.
With the legendary Xavi Hernandez’s career at Barcelona reaching its end, Marco Verratti is the ideal replacement, writes Ameen Rabbani.
Ciaran Kelly discusses the transfer gossip surrounding a young Barcelona player and a possible move to England.
Zefa Haroon discusses the impact of Jose Mourinho’s decision to leave Real Madrid.
Barcelona have been many people’s first or second favourite club for a number of years now but is the love in about to end?
The title speaks for itself as Eoghan Keegan looks at the financials of the game.
Vintage performances from three of Barcelona’s amigos saw them progress in the Champions League at the expense of Arsenal, and Nik Storey breaks down the game for us.
We’re down to the final two in our Top 50, and in second spot is one of the most decorated and reliable players in world football. BPF editor Neil Sherwin looks at Xavi Hernandez who in 2010 added the World Cup and another La Liga medal to his impressive array of honours.
Xavi Hernandez is one of the most cultured midfielders in the world but, as Ethan Dean-Richards points out, he has one quite obvious flaw in his game.