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Apr 19

BARCELONA LEGEND WINS LEAGUE TITLE IN QATAR

Xavi Hernandez is considered as one of the greatest midfielders to play the game and the Spaniard has added another title to his career. the 39-year-old helped Qatari club AL Sadd claim the 2018/2019 Qatari Stars League title.

Al Saddhave been the best team in the Qatar League this season as they have brushed other clubs with ease. The arrival of Atletico Madrid legend Gabi has provided star dust alongside Xavi to drive the team from the midfield. Algerian ace Baghdad Bounedjah has been the star of the campaign with his impressive goal tally.
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5
Apr 19

Xavi Hernandez Said World Cup with 32-Team is Better

For regaining the Champions League again, Xavi puts Barca as his favorites.

He is the winner of the FIFA World Cup, the Champions League, and the Euro Championships and he also the silver medalist at the Olympics. And now, Xavi Hernandez has got a new goal and he is on a fresh mission, the mission is to support disadvantaged children and provide them a safe space where they can play the sport and groom up their skills.
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9
Feb 19

SANCHEZ APPRECIATES XAVI

Former Barcelona ace Xavi Hernandez made a prediction that Qatar would be the winners of the Asian Cup, much to the delight of the country’s national team head coach following their triumph.

Xavi rightly predicted that the 2022 FIFA World Cup hosts will come home with the trophy and he got his prediction spot on.
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24
Dec 18

Xavi Will Give The Balloon D’Or Everytime To Messi

Xavi who is the brand ambassador for the World Cup in Qatar said that it was not fair to not give the prestigious award to Lionel Messi in this year and he also said that, he would give the award to him every time. Xavi was speaking at an event in the capital city of Doha, where the design of the new stadium was being unveiled. The most interesting fact is that even Xavi along with Ronaldo did not get into the shortlisting this time for the first time in the 11 years.

Luka of Croatia meanwhile, broke the dominance of the two players on the trophy by winning it this year. Xavi conveyed his happiness for the same but he insisted that Messi must win it every time. The Spain player is thinking to begin a career in coaching and most probably, he might start with Qatar since they already have a Spanish coach. On the other hand, Modric was not happy because the two greatest players in football did not attend the function which was held in Paris on the 3rd of December.
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24
Nov 18

Barcelona Legend Xavi: Most Of The Football Matches Are Boring

Xavi was in Spain and was playing international. He won lots of trophies through a sparkling career during his tenure with Spain, but recently he said he is exhausted of how some teams play. The legend of Barcelona, Xavi recently revealed that most present time football are not interesting. During his spell, he was known as the bested midfielders in it, he got the opportunity to play with probably the two biggest teams of the world in the history. While playing with Barcelona, ​​he won titles La Liga.

And while playing for Spain, Xavi made good contribution made the team to win two European Championships and a World Cup too. According to Xavi, he managed to win all games, because he was trained in a specific manner and learnt some unique styles, but Xavi is fedup of watching the teams playing without any possession. Moreover, he accept that for him it is good to see examples of what training should not be given.
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25
Oct 18

Xavi Hernandez: I’m Not Ready To Train Barcelona Yet, Despite Pep Guardiola Comparisons

Barcelona legend Xavi Hernandez has said in an interview that he is not ready to become the coach of the club despite comparisons with Pep Guardiola. Xavi is now 38 years old and he joined Al-Sad in the year 2015 after completing a career in Barcelona, ​​where he won 25 major trophies, and this includes eight La Liga titles and three champion leagues. He is still on the Qatari side, but many in Spain have tipped him to follow the footsteps of Guardiola and return to Camp Nou as a manager.

“I have some [of coaching licenses to be a leader],” he said. “I have another year left to get the UEFA pro-license, to train the big clubs in Europe.” For example, I can train Qatar and in small countries, football wise. In Barca, I could train the youth team. Next year in May, I hope to get the UEFA pro-license after that only, I would officially be able to train any team.
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Aug 18

WHEN LOSING YOUR COOL HAVE IMPLICATIONS

Despite football being a very physical sport, there are certain instances where losing your cool as a player can have huge implications. It might be just a nudge, a kick, a push or shove but even the faintest of actions can have way bigger implications.

The El Clasicobetween Real Madrid and Barcelona last season was one instance. The presence of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi has had the game a huge stakes match for the past decade. Barcelona played hosts to Madrid in the Spanish Super Cup at Camp Nou.
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