FC Barcelona – La Liga: Guardiola, Messi and a vaccine against a virus of indifference

FC Barcelona – La Liga Raul Varela gives his opinion

Leo Messi and Pep Guardiola.Leo Messi and Pep Guardiola.

While Lionel Messi looks angry as he approaches the exit at El Prat airport, Antoine Griezmann goes to bed with suspicions of protests against him within his surroundings, and Pep Guardiola signs a new contract at Manchester City, we still don’t know who they will support as Barcelona’s next president.

Guardiola’s career in the Premier League is striking. Not because of the titles or alleged sporting failures, but there’s a feeling that he, like other coaches, has lost a bit of his bite. He’s no longer 100 percent what he was.

In other words, he has settled in his comfort zone. He has settled down. In Spain, Pep is remembered from when he broke into the Camp Nou. He touched the sky with Barcelona and was stopped by Jose Mourinho’s Real Madrid. This weekend, he’ll meet the Portuguese again as he starts a new chapter in his career.

Then came his adventure in Europe and after that, he was wooed by Noel Gallagher and Manchester City, with his ‘Wonderwall’ words “I don’t believe that anybody feels the way I do about you now,” ringing true to how they viewed him. Now, Pep’s City are playing football almost as well as ever, but with fewer stars in their XI. Perhaps that’s why he has picked up the phone to ask Messi how willing he would be to act as a vaccine against a virus of indifference.

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