Archives for April 2015

Barcelona are at Bayern’s level affirms keeper Ter Stegen

Barcelona are at Bayern’s level affirms keeper Marc-André ter Stegen. The ex Borussia Monchengladbach keeper has faced Bayern Munich on several occasions and knows what his side is up against when they meet for the first leg of their semi final at the Nou Camp on May 6th.

Luis Enrique: The man behind Barcelona’s resurgence

Things are going very well for the Catalan giants right now. They are currently the league leaders in La Liga, are scheduled to face Athletic Bilbao on the Copa del Rey finals and have also advanced to the semis of the Champions League. So, what else does Luis Enrique have in store for the club?

Luis Suarez always steps up to the occasion

Luis Suarez had a great year in the EPL before his transfer to Barcelona. He scored 33 goals and won the PFA player of the year award.
It’s taken some time but the player looks like he has finally found his feet and is really stepping up to the plate and making his mark.

FC Barcelona to wrap up their quarterfinal series versus Paris Saint Germain

After a 3-1 victory at the Parc des Princes in Paris last week, many football pundits agree that FC Barcelona are already halfway to making it through the semifinals of the Champions League. What do you think, are the Catalans through or will PSG present some serious competition with some key players back?

Suárez nutmegs David Luiz twice to help Barcelona dominate

Cheeky hitman Luis Suárez nutmegged Paris Saint Germain’s David Luiz twice to help Barcelona dominate the match in Paris on Wednesday night. Barça now go into the second leg with an advantage that PSG surely won’t be coming back from when they meet at the Nou Camp in a fortnight.

Luis Suárez reveals why he left Anfield

28 year old Luis Suárez has revealed that competing for major honours is the exact reason he decided to trade his Liverpool legacy for the bright lights of the Nou Camp last season. Suárez was undoubtedly Liverpool’s best player last year but has taken a while to find his feet in Spain.

PSG to miss four key players in their UCL clash against Barca on Wednesday

Paris Saint Germain and FC Barcelona will meet again for the third time this season in the first leg of their quarterfinal series at the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday.

PSG are to miss four key players for this crunch game and it might be the deciding factor, what do you think?

Great win for Barcelona as Almería are put to sword

It was a fine win for Barcelona last night as the Catalans continued their run of unbeaten games against Almería. In the end it was 4-0 to Barça and goals came courtesy of Messi, Suárez (2) and Marc Bartra. Real Madrid also won their game against Rayo and are still 4 points behind Barça in the league table.