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Hi Guillem, Can we expect to see Neymar in a Barcelona shirt in the next two years?
Posted 14:48 21st January 2012
Kenny is a legend but he needs to open his eyes and see that carroll just isnt good enough. We need a poacher/goalscorer
Posted 23:14 20th January 2012
Hi Guillem I always enjoy reading and hearing your opinions. With Barca's addition of Neymar the only area of their squad that appears weak is the defence. How possible is it that, having invested apparently all of their transfer money in Neymar, they are persevering with the 3 at the back system, despite it looking a bit fragile at times, because they have too few defenders and cannot afford a world class centre back or full back? Neymar looks like a good player with lots of potential but would investing in a decent defender have been more prudent in your view?
Posted 19:29 20th January 2012
Why can't Real Madrid play out the whole ninety minutes against Barcelona like they do in the first 45 minutes of every game against Barcelona for the last 3 or 4 encounters of El Classico? Do you think Mourinho will ever dominate Barcelona as long as Pep is still their manager? Don't you think Mourinho has given up beating Barcelona and instead decided to concentrate on winning other games and the championship? Will that be enough to keep him in the job without ever beating Barcelona?
Posted 18:29 20th January 2012
Hi Gulliem, Do you think that when Guardiola does move on from Barcelona to manage another team do you think he'll employ the same methods there as he has done with Barcelona? With him being a Barcelona legend and coaching the B team for a year prior it was probably easier to impart what he wanted onto the players but with a different team in a different culture this may not be as easy for him.
Posted 17:27 20th January 2012