Xavi’s promise to Laporta: “We will get up”

Xavi’s promise to Laporta: “We will get up”

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26 Apr 2022
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The Blaugrana coach, despite being touched after a new setback at the Camp Nou, was convinced that the team will show its pride in the coming games.

Xavi’s priorities

Xavi Hernandez is very clear about his priority objective this season: to qualify for the Champions League . When he said yes to Barcelona in November, he arrived with the aim of putting the team in the top four. A major challenge, especially if we take into account that when he took over the team he was in ninth position, tied with tenth and eleventh, Espanyol and Valencia, respectively, and six points behind fourth place, which was already occupied by Atletico at that time. from Madrid. Five months later, the Blaugrana team has partially achieved its objective: it is second in the table, tied with Sevilla, with 63 points, and two above Atletico, which closes the Champions zone. The following is Betis, which occupies fifth place, six points behind the Blaugrana and Seville. In any case, the latest results at the Camp Nou have left a trace of concern, both in the dressing room and in the main area.

Details regarding the situation 

Xavi is aware that he has a lot of hard work ahead of him, both mentally and on the scoreboard, so that his team does not end up disconnecting in the remaining five games, where no title is at stake, but the achievement of some minimums, they are framed to finish in the top four. The Egarense coach, despite finishing the game against Rayo very disappointed, “nothing came of it”, recognized Jordi Cruyff and Mateu Alemany, lamenting the many missed chances and the fact that the rival practically scored the goal the only time he got to door, wanted to send a message of calm and optimism to President Joan Laporta himself: “We will get up, for sure”.

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