This is a guest post by the wonderful Diana Kristinne (@DianaKristinne on Twitter). For those of you who have been living in a cave or don’t frequent Barça Twitter, Diana has a sundered heart in that she loves Barcelona and Liverpool. We can’t thank her enough for sharing her delightful, human and at times heartbreaking… Continue reading Barça v Liverpool, and a fan with a heart in both camps
You know because it is all quiet and all, and because despite our love and dedication to writing articles for you to discuss we are all busy people with families and jobs… Some of us have lives, even… and oh yeah, also because what the following father had to say is so bad-ass, I thought… Continue reading Yeah, so, uhmm… as in, who’s your daddy?
So I ended my review by saying that I was happy that our coach and players don’t complain about the referees too much, right? Up steps Dani Alves who, when pressed by a journalist, let slip: “When referees get put under pressure, it influences them incredibly much” He wouldn’t mean Mou now, would he? “It… Continue reading Dani Alves, as he opened his mouth
FC BARCELONA Pep Guardiola, coach On 2009 final: We watched the 2009 final again and Manchester United was a lot better than us in the first half. If Gerard doesn’t get to that ball faster than Park in the 2009 final, it’s 1-0 for them and the game can change. About Sir Alex Ferguson: If… Continue reading Pre-Match Build Up in Quotes
Go, Pep, it’s not your birthday but who cares~!
Or, how I learned to keep calm and trust Pep. “Messi looks to have lost the thread of his dynamite and Iniesta, the poor guy, looks like he is sleep-walking. I don’t want to sound too opportunistic but I was ridiculed when I said Barcelona are a worse side than last year and above all… Continue reading Defeat and Other Four-Lettered Words
“Gentlemen, if you lose today you will continue to be the best in the world – but if you win today you will be eternal.” –Pep Guardiola