With the season onto its second week, Barcelona will be aware of potential slip ups that could cause them dearly later on. But how will Pep's men line up? TheHardTackle presents the match preview and other details.
Pep Guardiola, Barcelona's creative mastermind is creating a monster of a team. It is not just about the glamorous boys who always get the limelight. There is more to them than Messi, Xavi and Iniesta. TheHardTackle analyses the Catalan giants.
Pep Guardiola delivered a wild ride for the fans during his first three seasons. He has to keep innovating to keep his opponents guessing. What can we expect this season? TheHardTackle presents one such view.
With the third successful season completed, Pep Guardiola is now enjoying a well-earned break with his family. But his task for the upcoming season will be an even more difficult one. The team will soon begin their pre-season followed by another round of El-Clasicos and an intense first round of La Liga games awaits the Spanish and European Champions. He has always managed to make his midfield dominate the game. But can his midfield do the same again? Ever since Guardiola took over this team, his policy has been very clear – impose their football style over any opponents no matter who and force them to react. His main weapon is his midfield. A combination of patient football trying to control the game and create as much chance as possible. No team has managed to force them onto the backfoot yet. The one team that has managed to stand up to them in terms of possession is Valencia. The last […]
Another successful season comes to an end for FC Barcelona. With the La Liga and UCL championship in their cabinet, the debate now is are they the best of all time?
The 2011 Champions league final between the champions of England and Spain resulted in a great game of football. FC Barcelona showing why they are considered as one of the all time great teams.
Finally a grueling La Liga campaign comes to an end. FC Barcelona once again retained their title while Deportivo La Coruña joined Hercules and Almeria in relegation.
Finally the Clasicos came to an end with each team coming away with a victory. The final game produced a good display of football from both teams and restored some dignity after the last game.
Real Madrid and Barcelona losing in the same week is a rarity. But it doesn't change much at the top. The real scramble is in the bottom of the table, as clubs struggle to avoid relegation.
With 10 more points to mathematically seal the league, Barcelona welcomes Osasuna. After a disappointing Cope Del Ray final, a chance to bounce back for Barca. TheHardTackle presents the match preview and other facts.