The Barca legend has discussed his footballing philosophy. Xavi has been discussing his coaching style and tactics that he uses at Qatari side Al Sadd in a new video by the Coaches’ Voice which ...
Xavi is the first player in the club's history to play 150 European and FIFA Club World Cup matches combined. With Barcelona, Xavi won eight La Liga titles and four UEFA Champions League titles. Xavi came third in the 2009 FIFA World Player of the Year, followed by third place for its successor award, the FIFA Ballon d'Or, in 2010 and 2011.
The 41-year-old made 505 appearances for Barca as a player from 1998 before leaving for Al Sadd as a player in 2015. Xavi held the record for most Barca appearances before it was broken by Lionel...
Xavi Hernandez dreams of coaching Barcelona, and many at the club hope to see their former midfielder take the job at the Camp Nou sooner rather than later. With pressure building on Ronald Koeman ...
Xavi is one of the candidates to become the next Barcelona manager In the conversation, Laporta updated Xavi on the club’s current situation, the team and about family matters. However, there was no talk about the possibility of Xavi becoming the next manager.
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Former Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez is now one of the leading contenders to take over for Ronald Koeman should the Dutchman be relieved of his duties. According to Mundo Deportivo, the option of Xavi becoming the next manager has suddenly become more of a reality despite initial doubts.
Xavi, who spent over 17 seasons as a player for Barcelona, has experienced more than most top-level footballers did, or ever will. He was not only a part, but arguably the most important peg of Pep Guardiola’s Barça, often hailed as the best team of all time.
Xavi Hernandez was one of the greatest footballers of his generation, winning every trophy available to him while acting as the heartbeat of an iconic Barcelona side. His return as manager seems inevitable, judging by these seven quotes.