Luis Suarez: The best fill in for Luis Enrique is Eusebio

Luis Suarez at 81 is a liv­ing Foot­ball leg­end and a one time win­ner of the 1960 Bal­lon d’Or award. In a recent inter­view with Cade­na SER radio, he spoke about the best option for Luis Enrique coach­ing career as well as the best pos­si­ble replace­ment for the Aus­tri­an coach in case if he decides not to renew with Bar­ca.

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Quique: Messi could score hat-trick in every game if only he wanted

Although Lionel Mes­si scored just one goal in the late minute of the game against Espany­ol that end­ed 4–1, fans and play­ers of Barcelona were still thrilled and sat­is­fied with his per­for­mance on the pitch. Espany­ol coach Quique Sanchez Flo­res is no dif­fer­ent as even though his side lost as a result of Leo’s per­for­mance, he was still seduced by his dis­play.

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Sampaoli: The Ballon d’Or should always be for Messi

Real Madrid star man Cris­tiano Ronal­do have recent­ly received the Bal­lon d’Or award. Sevil­la coach Jorge Sam­paoli have opened up on the award while speak­ing to the press ahead of the week­end game. He stressed that Lionel Mes­si deserve the award more than the Por­tuguese man.

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Xavi: Cristiano Ronaldo won because of trophies not because he’s the best player

The for­mer FC Barcelona mid­field­er Xavi Her­nan­dez have opened up on the choice to give Cris­tiano Ronal­do the Bal­lon d’Or award. How­ev­er, the mid­field­er have con­demned the the cri­te­ria for choos­ing the Bal­lon d’Or win­ner which is the best play­er and not the play­er with the most tro­phies.

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Alexis Sanchez: I learned how to play all over again at Barcelona

After the impres­sive per­for­mance that lead to his hat-trick against West Ham in the Eng­lish Pre­mier League game, Alex­is Sanchez admit­ted to the press that his stay at Barcelona has helped him car­ry on. The Arse­nal strik­er has attrib­uted good nutri­tion and firm fit­ness to his suc­cess in the Eng­lish club.

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Aleix Vidal finally opens up after being an outcast in Barcelona for months

Luis Enrique’s wed­ding gift to Aleix Vidal was to give him a chance to prove him­self wor­thy of play­ing in his team. The right back defend­er did not dis­ap­point this time around. After stag­ing a good per­for­mance against Her­cules, the coach gave him anoth­er chance to play against Borus­sia M’gladbach. This time he was out­stand­ing.

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