Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Xavi REACTS And Drop SACK HINT After Bilbao LOSS!

0 comment

Barcelona manager Xavi Hernandez have reacted and drop hint on possible sack after his side loss to Athletic Bilbao, MySportDab reports.

The Barcelona side suffered another blow to their season after crashing out of the Copa de Rey last night against Bilbao.

Xavi wasn’t a happy man knowing what could be coming when the season comes to an end amid calls for his sack.

Barcelona were handed heavy loss in their game last night despite being on the lead at some point in the encounter.

Robert Lewandowski and Yamal quick goals made sure they turned things around making the game 2-1 in their favor heading into the break.

Sancet goal in the second half made sure the game was dragged to extra time with the scoreline 2-2 before they played the remaining 30 minutes.

Athletic Bilbao were able to turn the game around after ensuring they finished the match winning 4-2 sending Barcelona out of the competition.

Xavi Hernandez have since reacted towards the loss as he drops some cryptic message which could be seen as possible sack.

According to reports from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed the words made by the Barca manager who also praised the youth players of the club.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Trust me, Barcelona have very good future and I’m not talking about myself”.

“I’m talking about the youngsters. That’s why I’m playing them, I really want them to be ready for the future”.

“It’s not about me being the manager or not. These guys are special”.

Things are not looking good for Barcelona despite the numerous signings they have made since their club legend returned as their coach.

Xavi Hernandez isn’t sure about his job and things are already looking bad with them looking to go empty handed this season despite all their spending in the market.

Share Now:

You may also like

About Us

MySportDab logo

MySportDab Sports

Feature Posts

Newsletter

Adblock Detected

Please support us by disabling your AdBlocker extension and you can access our website.