Pep Talk 15: Insights from Guardiola’s Biography ‘Another way of winning – Part 3′

Part three of insights, highlights and little-known nuggets from Pep Guardiola’s Biography ‘Another way of winning‘ – by Guillem Balague. In this blog, I focus on the working relationships that Pep made at Barcelona – The good, bad and the … Continue reading Pep Talk 15: Insights from Guardiola’s Biography ‘Another way of winning – Part 3′

Never Give Up Images, from Bengaluru to Barcelona

Forty-five unforgettable hours has given me hope, spark, ecstasy, joy, loneliness, browsing cricket scores impatiently from office, vigorously typing social media updates, watching highlights multiple times, waking up late night in despair, hope, spark, ecstasy, joy, loneliness, surf channels but … Continue reading Never Give Up Images, from Bengaluru to Barcelona

Suarez & Pique play rock, scissor, paper and collection of FC Barcelona’s funniest training vidoes

Luis Suarez and Gerard Pique were found playing rock, scissors, paper on training ground recently. I instantly thought of sharing it with my little lovely daughter Arushi. But then thought, why not collect the best training videos of FC Barcelona … Continue reading Suarez & Pique play rock, scissor, paper and collection of FC Barcelona’s funniest training vidoes

7 reasons why John Stones signing was essential to Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City ‘project’

Everton and England defender John Stones has been signed up Manchester City for a record 47.5 Million pounds. Only second to David Luiz, Stones is now the second most expensive defender in football. When Manchester United signed Paul Pogba, the … Continue reading 7 reasons why John Stones signing was essential to Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City ‘project’

British Media fouls Manchester United Fans

Reflecting on Barcelona’s Champions League triumph in Rome on Wednesday.. So events at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome turned out to be anticlimactic, as Barcelona messi-merized Manchester Dis-United ‘two nothing’. However, prior to the game it almost looked the other way around. In fact, reading various websites and newspapers it seemed that Barcelona were coming to Rome to get a lesson in ‘complete football’. It’s no surprise that most articles were views of journalists affiliated to the British media and although Goal.com had predicted a narrow win for the Catalans in its preview, predictions among some other Goal.com journalists were … Continue reading British Media fouls Manchester United Fans