Recently in Barcelona, Guardiola has resigned and the assistant coach took over. What I am curious about is how the club will go in the upcoming season? From what I've seen on some topics about this is that the new coach will play as how Barcelona play per usual but I think the assistant coach will not have that same and inspiring atmosphere as Guardiola.
I personally think this is the beginning of Real Madrid's domination of the La Liga. It's true that Barcelona's squad is still amazing but I don't think they will be quite the same team as before. Things aren't going so well in the long-run where some of key Barcelona players are aging and will meet an inevitable retiring age; Xavi (32), Puyol (34), Villa (30), Abidal (32), etc. It's bluntly clear that they're trying to make some replacements such as bringing in Fabregas and Sanchez but they won't be the same and won't have the same impact.
What do you guys think?
Puyol is shit, but I hear Barcelona has a really good junior program, so when those stars are gone there will e new ones plus Messi is still pretty young.
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Malaga will not be on the same level as Real Madrid and Barcelona for decades, or even forever.
It's the future El Clasicos that will be very exciting, people say Mourinho now has the 'formula' for defeating Barcelona and the most recent match is a proof of that. I don't know about Barcelona's defense being 'solid', they're always vulnerable to counter-attacks and the matches against Chelsea and Real Madrid are the evidence of that.
Some dedicated fans regard themselves as part of the team they support thus the 'we've'.
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