FC Barcelona vs. AC Milan

El campeón inició la defensa del título de Champions League.

Andres Iniesta telah memutuskan tempatnya berlabuh setelah hengkang Barcelona.
Hengkang dari Barcelona, Iniesta Bocorkan Lokasi Klub Barunya
Andres Iniesta telah memutuskan tempatnya berlabuh setelah hengkang Barcelona.
Pembalap Movistar Yamaha, Maverick Vinales, menjadi yang tercepat pada hari terakhir tes MotoGP di Circuit de Barcelona.
Tes MotoGP Catalunya: Maverick Vinales Tercepat, Rossi Ungguli Marquez
Pembalap Movistar Yamaha, Maverick Vinales, menjadi yang tercepat pada hari terakhir tes MotoGP di Circuit de Barcelona.
Siapa striker Barcelona yang kemungkinan pindah ke Liverpool?
Barcelona Bakal Lepas Satu Striker ke Liverpool
Siapa striker Barcelona yang kemungkinan pindah ke Liverpool?
Presidente dos catalães confirmou a possibilidade de levar o meia do Grêmio antes da próxima temporada
Barcelona cogita não esperar até 2019 para ter Arthur
Presidente dos catalães confirmou a possibilidade de levar o meia do Grêmio antes da próxima temporada
Presidente dos catalães confirmou a possibilidade de levar o meia do Grêmio antes da próxima temporada
Barcelona cogita não esperar até 2019 para ter Arthur
Presidente dos catalães confirmou a possibilidade de levar o meia do Grêmio antes da próxima temporada
Presidente dos catalães confirmou a possibilidade de levar o meia do Grêmio antes da próxima temporada
Barcelona cogita não esperar até 2019 para ter Arthur
Presidente dos catalães confirmou a possibilidade de levar o meia do Grêmio antes da próxima temporada
Barcelona terus mengamati Abdulkadir Omur.
Barcelona Bidik Wonderkid Turki
Barcelona terus mengamati Abdulkadir Omur.
Hasrat Barcelona merekrut Antoine Griezmann bisa jadi bertepuk sebelah tangan.
Diincar Barcelona, Griezmann Pilih Bertahan
Hasrat Barcelona merekrut Antoine Griezmann bisa jadi bertepuk sebelah tangan.
Barcelona terus mengamati Abdulkadir Omur.
Barcelona Bidik Wonderkid Turki
Barcelona terus mengamati Abdulkadir Omur.
Lenovo logo at Lenovo pavilion, during the Mobile World Congress day 4, on March 1, 2018 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by Joan Cros/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Lenovo Can Find the Love It Deserves Back Home
Lenovo logo at Lenovo pavilion, during the Mobile World Congress day 4, on March 1, 2018 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by Joan Cros/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Iniesta se despede do Barcelona 20/5/2018 REUTERS/Albert Gea
Iniesta se despede do Barcelona
Iniesta se despede do Barcelona 20/5/2018 REUTERS/Albert Gea
Zinedine Zidane will eclipse the greatest managers in history if he wins a third consecutive Champions League, but a sneering campaign has shadowed his Real Madrid reign. Only two managers, Bob Paisley and Carlo Ancelotti, have won the European Cup three times, but not in successive years. Despite Zidane being on the threshold of unprecedented success, cynics continue to damn him with faint praise. The Frenchman is often portrayed as the fortunate recipient of an expensively assembled squad, rather than the architect of ­mesmerising performances. For those who know him, the withering assessments of his work are fed by jealousy and ignorance. “He doesn’t get enough credit. He took over a struggling, dysfunctional team,” says Steve McManaman, Zidane’s former team-mate at the start of the glorious Galactico era at the turn of the century. “The players were not happy when he was appointed. He has gone on to win two Champions Leagues. If Pep Guardiola had done this people would be singing from rooftops. “He does not pat himself on the back enough. He is similar as a manager as a player. He is not outspoken. He gives nothing away. Not extravagant in interviews, but always graceful. McManaman used to play with Zidane Credit: getty images “If he wins, everyone says it is down to players, but he is the one who has turned them into a happy bunch. “I understand some managers don’t appear to be so proactive – I had that when I played under Vicente del Bosque. He was not a shouter or a super architect with elaborate training sessions, but he kept the camp happy and everyone knew where they stood. He did not feel the need to give chest-thumping speeches. He let the leaders in the dressing room – the Spanish players – do all that. Zizou looks like he has taken the same approach. “On the pitch, it is Sergio Ramos, or Cristiano Ronaldo who are the leaders. “The ability to control and mould that is a management skill as important as any when you have such a strong dressing room. You can’t tell players like Cristiano what to do. It is the same with Lionel Messi for Barcelona managers. They are too powerful. But you have to keep them happy to get the best out of them. “I am not saying they have a huge ego, but they are superstars – some of the best players in football history – so you need a special character to man-manage them well. Zizou should be there forever, given what he has achieved.” McManaman won the European Cup twice with Real, having joined from Liverpool in 1999, two clubs whose identity is defined by the competition. Zidane is chasing yet another trophy Credit: AP “It was not a huge difference for me moving from Liverpool to Madrid because, at Liverpool, we were obsessed with the titles we had won and the European Cups. It was exactly the same at Madrid,” says McManaman, who will be a BT Sport pundit covering the final. “They wanted to win everything, but in terms of importance, yes, the European Cup was always a major target. “When I joined, I was immediately made aware of the ethos of Madrid. I was given a book – more of a pamphlet if you like – chartering the history of Real Madrid and the values of the club. It was all about winning with grace, but also being graceful in defeat. They told me, ‘At Real Madrid we do not want to win with arrogance’, and they gave me a shirt of Alfredo Di Stefano [five-time European Cup winner]. “Di Stefano was the symbol of the club, his name is always in the background. He was honorary president at that time and you see him around the stadium or his image on the walls. “To be honest, I had a lot of these values instilled in me coming through at Liverpool. These were the same as those Ronnie Moran and Roy Evans bred in all Liverpool’s players. “These are world-renowned clubs. No disrespect to those who have won the European Cup once, but there is a list of teams who are at the top, those who you remember. Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, AC Milan and Liverpool. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “You always think of the games when they won and you know the players who did it. That sets these clubs apart. If you mention Istanbul to anyone in the world, they will immediately think about Steven Gerrard.” McManaman was also a scorer in the final, a spectacular volley in Real Madrid’s 3-0 win over Valencia in 2000. “It was a massive moment in my career. In terms of relevance you are defined by the Champions League,” he says. But despite the affection for his old side, McManaman says his former colleagues in Madrid understand he is not emotionally torn ahead of the final. “When Liverpool got to the final, my friends in Spain were texting saying, ‘Congratulations for getting there’,” he says. “I think they understand where my loyalties are.” Watch Real Madrid v Liverpool in the Champions League final on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 4K UHD from 6pm on Saturday. For more info visit BT.com/sport.
Zinedine Zidane deserves more credit, says Steve McManaman
Zinedine Zidane will eclipse the greatest managers in history if he wins a third consecutive Champions League, but a sneering campaign has shadowed his Real Madrid reign. Only two managers, Bob Paisley and Carlo Ancelotti, have won the European Cup three times, but not in successive years. Despite Zidane being on the threshold of unprecedented success, cynics continue to damn him with faint praise. The Frenchman is often portrayed as the fortunate recipient of an expensively assembled squad, rather than the architect of ­mesmerising performances. For those who know him, the withering assessments of his work are fed by jealousy and ignorance. “He doesn’t get enough credit. He took over a struggling, dysfunctional team,” says Steve McManaman, Zidane’s former team-mate at the start of the glorious Galactico era at the turn of the century. “The players were not happy when he was appointed. He has gone on to win two Champions Leagues. If Pep Guardiola had done this people would be singing from rooftops. “He does not pat himself on the back enough. He is similar as a manager as a player. He is not outspoken. He gives nothing away. Not extravagant in interviews, but always graceful. McManaman used to play with Zidane Credit: getty images “If he wins, everyone says it is down to players, but he is the one who has turned them into a happy bunch. “I understand some managers don’t appear to be so proactive – I had that when I played under Vicente del Bosque. He was not a shouter or a super architect with elaborate training sessions, but he kept the camp happy and everyone knew where they stood. He did not feel the need to give chest-thumping speeches. He let the leaders in the dressing room – the Spanish players – do all that. Zizou looks like he has taken the same approach. “On the pitch, it is Sergio Ramos, or Cristiano Ronaldo who are the leaders. “The ability to control and mould that is a management skill as important as any when you have such a strong dressing room. You can’t tell players like Cristiano what to do. It is the same with Lionel Messi for Barcelona managers. They are too powerful. But you have to keep them happy to get the best out of them. “I am not saying they have a huge ego, but they are superstars – some of the best players in football history – so you need a special character to man-manage them well. Zizou should be there forever, given what he has achieved.” McManaman won the European Cup twice with Real, having joined from Liverpool in 1999, two clubs whose identity is defined by the competition. Zidane is chasing yet another trophy Credit: AP “It was not a huge difference for me moving from Liverpool to Madrid because, at Liverpool, we were obsessed with the titles we had won and the European Cups. It was exactly the same at Madrid,” says McManaman, who will be a BT Sport pundit covering the final. “They wanted to win everything, but in terms of importance, yes, the European Cup was always a major target. “When I joined, I was immediately made aware of the ethos of Madrid. I was given a book – more of a pamphlet if you like – chartering the history of Real Madrid and the values of the club. It was all about winning with grace, but also being graceful in defeat. They told me, ‘At Real Madrid we do not want to win with arrogance’, and they gave me a shirt of Alfredo Di Stefano [five-time European Cup winner]. “Di Stefano was the symbol of the club, his name is always in the background. He was honorary president at that time and you see him around the stadium or his image on the walls. “To be honest, I had a lot of these values instilled in me coming through at Liverpool. These were the same as those Ronnie Moran and Roy Evans bred in all Liverpool’s players. “These are world-renowned clubs. No disrespect to those who have won the European Cup once, but there is a list of teams who are at the top, those who you remember. Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, AC Milan and Liverpool. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “You always think of the games when they won and you know the players who did it. That sets these clubs apart. If you mention Istanbul to anyone in the world, they will immediately think about Steven Gerrard.” McManaman was also a scorer in the final, a spectacular volley in Real Madrid’s 3-0 win over Valencia in 2000. “It was a massive moment in my career. In terms of relevance you are defined by the Champions League,” he says. But despite the affection for his old side, McManaman says his former colleagues in Madrid understand he is not emotionally torn ahead of the final. “When Liverpool got to the final, my friends in Spain were texting saying, ‘Congratulations for getting there’,” he says. “I think they understand where my loyalties are.” Watch Real Madrid v Liverpool in the Champions League final on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 4K UHD from 6pm on Saturday. For more info visit BT.com/sport.
Zinedine Zidane will eclipse the greatest managers in history if he wins a third consecutive Champions League, but a sneering campaign has shadowed his Real Madrid reign. Only two managers, Bob Paisley and Carlo Ancelotti, have won the European Cup three times, but not in successive years. Despite Zidane being on the threshold of unprecedented success, cynics continue to damn him with faint praise. The Frenchman is often portrayed as the fortunate recipient of an expensively assembled squad, rather than the architect of ­mesmerising performances. For those who know him, the withering assessments of his work are fed by jealousy and ignorance. “He doesn’t get enough credit. He took over a struggling, dysfunctional team,” says Steve McManaman, Zidane’s former team-mate at the start of the glorious Galactico era at the turn of the century. “The players were not happy when he was appointed. He has gone on to win two Champions Leagues. If Pep Guardiola had done this people would be singing from rooftops. “He does not pat himself on the back enough. He is similar as a manager as a player. He is not outspoken. He gives nothing away. Not extravagant in interviews, but always graceful. McManaman used to play with Zidane Credit: getty images “If he wins, everyone says it is down to players, but he is the one who has turned them into a happy bunch. “I understand some managers don’t appear to be so proactive – I had that when I played under Vicente del Bosque. He was not a shouter or a super architect with elaborate training sessions, but he kept the camp happy and everyone knew where they stood. He did not feel the need to give chest-thumping speeches. He let the leaders in the dressing room – the Spanish players – do all that. Zizou looks like he has taken the same approach. “On the pitch, it is Sergio Ramos, or Cristiano Ronaldo who are the leaders. “The ability to control and mould that is a management skill as important as any when you have such a strong dressing room. You can’t tell players like Cristiano what to do. It is the same with Lionel Messi for Barcelona managers. They are too powerful. But you have to keep them happy to get the best out of them. “I am not saying they have a huge ego, but they are superstars – some of the best players in football history – so you need a special character to man-manage them well. Zizou should be there forever, given what he has achieved.” McManaman won the European Cup twice with Real, having joined from Liverpool in 1999, two clubs whose identity is defined by the competition. Zidane is chasing yet another trophy Credit: AP “It was not a huge difference for me moving from Liverpool to Madrid because, at Liverpool, we were obsessed with the titles we had won and the European Cups. It was exactly the same at Madrid,” says McManaman, who will be a BT Sport pundit covering the final. “They wanted to win everything, but in terms of importance, yes, the European Cup was always a major target. “When I joined, I was immediately made aware of the ethos of Madrid. I was given a book – more of a pamphlet if you like – chartering the history of Real Madrid and the values of the club. It was all about winning with grace, but also being graceful in defeat. They told me, ‘At Real Madrid we do not want to win with arrogance’, and they gave me a shirt of Alfredo Di Stefano [five-time European Cup winner]. “Di Stefano was the symbol of the club, his name is always in the background. He was honorary president at that time and you see him around the stadium or his image on the walls. “To be honest, I had a lot of these values instilled in me coming through at Liverpool. These were the same as those Ronnie Moran and Roy Evans bred in all Liverpool’s players. “These are world-renowned clubs. No disrespect to those who have won the European Cup once, but there is a list of teams who are at the top, those who you remember. Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, AC Milan and Liverpool. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “You always think of the games when they won and you know the players who did it. That sets these clubs apart. If you mention Istanbul to anyone in the world, they will immediately think about Steven Gerrard.” McManaman was also a scorer in the final, a spectacular volley in Real Madrid’s 3-0 win over Valencia in 2000. “It was a massive moment in my career. In terms of relevance you are defined by the Champions League,” he says. But despite the affection for his old side, McManaman says his former colleagues in Madrid understand he is not emotionally torn ahead of the final. “When Liverpool got to the final, my friends in Spain were texting saying, ‘Congratulations for getting there’,” he says. “I think they understand where my loyalties are.” Watch Real Madrid v Liverpool in the Champions League final on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 4K UHD from 6pm on Saturday. For more info visit BT.com/sport.
Zinedine Zidane deserves more credit, says Steve McManaman
Zinedine Zidane will eclipse the greatest managers in history if he wins a third consecutive Champions League, but a sneering campaign has shadowed his Real Madrid reign. Only two managers, Bob Paisley and Carlo Ancelotti, have won the European Cup three times, but not in successive years. Despite Zidane being on the threshold of unprecedented success, cynics continue to damn him with faint praise. The Frenchman is often portrayed as the fortunate recipient of an expensively assembled squad, rather than the architect of ­mesmerising performances. For those who know him, the withering assessments of his work are fed by jealousy and ignorance. “He doesn’t get enough credit. He took over a struggling, dysfunctional team,” says Steve McManaman, Zidane’s former team-mate at the start of the glorious Galactico era at the turn of the century. “The players were not happy when he was appointed. He has gone on to win two Champions Leagues. If Pep Guardiola had done this people would be singing from rooftops. “He does not pat himself on the back enough. He is similar as a manager as a player. He is not outspoken. He gives nothing away. Not extravagant in interviews, but always graceful. McManaman used to play with Zidane Credit: getty images “If he wins, everyone says it is down to players, but he is the one who has turned them into a happy bunch. “I understand some managers don’t appear to be so proactive – I had that when I played under Vicente del Bosque. He was not a shouter or a super architect with elaborate training sessions, but he kept the camp happy and everyone knew where they stood. He did not feel the need to give chest-thumping speeches. He let the leaders in the dressing room – the Spanish players – do all that. Zizou looks like he has taken the same approach. “On the pitch, it is Sergio Ramos, or Cristiano Ronaldo who are the leaders. “The ability to control and mould that is a management skill as important as any when you have such a strong dressing room. You can’t tell players like Cristiano what to do. It is the same with Lionel Messi for Barcelona managers. They are too powerful. But you have to keep them happy to get the best out of them. “I am not saying they have a huge ego, but they are superstars – some of the best players in football history – so you need a special character to man-manage them well. Zizou should be there forever, given what he has achieved.” McManaman won the European Cup twice with Real, having joined from Liverpool in 1999, two clubs whose identity is defined by the competition. Zidane is chasing yet another trophy Credit: AP “It was not a huge difference for me moving from Liverpool to Madrid because, at Liverpool, we were obsessed with the titles we had won and the European Cups. It was exactly the same at Madrid,” says McManaman, who will be a BT Sport pundit covering the final. “They wanted to win everything, but in terms of importance, yes, the European Cup was always a major target. “When I joined, I was immediately made aware of the ethos of Madrid. I was given a book – more of a pamphlet if you like – chartering the history of Real Madrid and the values of the club. It was all about winning with grace, but also being graceful in defeat. They told me, ‘At Real Madrid we do not want to win with arrogance’, and they gave me a shirt of Alfredo Di Stefano [five-time European Cup winner]. “Di Stefano was the symbol of the club, his name is always in the background. He was honorary president at that time and you see him around the stadium or his image on the walls. “To be honest, I had a lot of these values instilled in me coming through at Liverpool. These were the same as those Ronnie Moran and Roy Evans bred in all Liverpool’s players. “These are world-renowned clubs. No disrespect to those who have won the European Cup once, but there is a list of teams who are at the top, those who you remember. Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, AC Milan and Liverpool. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “You always think of the games when they won and you know the players who did it. That sets these clubs apart. If you mention Istanbul to anyone in the world, they will immediately think about Steven Gerrard.” McManaman was also a scorer in the final, a spectacular volley in Real Madrid’s 3-0 win over Valencia in 2000. “It was a massive moment in my career. In terms of relevance you are defined by the Champions League,” he says. But despite the affection for his old side, McManaman says his former colleagues in Madrid understand he is not emotionally torn ahead of the final. “When Liverpool got to the final, my friends in Spain were texting saying, ‘Congratulations for getting there’,” he says. “I think they understand where my loyalties are.” Watch Real Madrid v Liverpool in the Champions League final on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 4K UHD from 6pm on Saturday. For more info visit BT.com/sport.
Zinedine Zidane will eclipse the greatest managers in history if he wins a third consecutive Champions League, but a sneering campaign has shadowed his Real Madrid reign. Only two managers, Bob Paisley and Carlo Ancelotti, have won the European Cup three times, but not in successive years. Despite Zidane being on the threshold of unprecedented success, cynics continue to damn him with faint praise. The Frenchman is often portrayed as the fortunate recipient of an expensively assembled squad, rather than the architect of ­mesmerising performances. For those who know him, the withering assessments of his work are fed by jealousy and ignorance. “He doesn’t get enough credit. He took over a struggling, dysfunctional team,” says Steve McManaman, Zidane’s former team-mate at the start of the glorious Galactico era at the turn of the century. “The players were not happy when he was appointed. He has gone on to win two Champions Leagues. If Pep Guardiola had done this people would be singing from rooftops. “He does not pat himself on the back enough. He is similar as a manager as a player. He is not outspoken. He gives nothing away. Not extravagant in interviews, but always graceful. McManaman used to play with Zidane Credit: getty images “If he wins, everyone says it is down to players, but he is the one who has turned them into a happy bunch. “I understand some managers don’t appear to be so proactive – I had that when I played under Vicente del Bosque. He was not a shouter or a super architect with elaborate training sessions, but he kept the camp happy and everyone knew where they stood. He did not feel the need to give chest-thumping speeches. He let the leaders in the dressing room – the Spanish players – do all that. Zizou looks like he has taken the same approach. “On the pitch, it is Sergio Ramos, or Cristiano Ronaldo who are the leaders. “The ability to control and mould that is a management skill as important as any when you have such a strong dressing room. You can’t tell players like Cristiano what to do. It is the same with Lionel Messi for Barcelona managers. They are too powerful. But you have to keep them happy to get the best out of them. “I am not saying they have a huge ego, but they are superstars – some of the best players in football history – so you need a special character to man-manage them well. Zizou should be there forever, given what he has achieved.” McManaman won the European Cup twice with Real, having joined from Liverpool in 1999, two clubs whose identity is defined by the competition. Zidane is chasing yet another trophy Credit: AP “It was not a huge difference for me moving from Liverpool to Madrid because, at Liverpool, we were obsessed with the titles we had won and the European Cups. It was exactly the same at Madrid,” says McManaman, who will be a BT Sport pundit covering the final. “They wanted to win everything, but in terms of importance, yes, the European Cup was always a major target. “When I joined, I was immediately made aware of the ethos of Madrid. I was given a book – more of a pamphlet if you like – chartering the history of Real Madrid and the values of the club. It was all about winning with grace, but also being graceful in defeat. They told me, ‘At Real Madrid we do not want to win with arrogance’, and they gave me a shirt of Alfredo Di Stefano [five-time European Cup winner]. “Di Stefano was the symbol of the club, his name is always in the background. He was honorary president at that time and you see him around the stadium or his image on the walls. “To be honest, I had a lot of these values instilled in me coming through at Liverpool. These were the same as those Ronnie Moran and Roy Evans bred in all Liverpool’s players. “These are world-renowned clubs. No disrespect to those who have won the European Cup once, but there is a list of teams who are at the top, those who you remember. Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, AC Milan and Liverpool. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “You always think of the games when they won and you know the players who did it. That sets these clubs apart. If you mention Istanbul to anyone in the world, they will immediately think about Steven Gerrard.” McManaman was also a scorer in the final, a spectacular volley in Real Madrid’s 3-0 win over Valencia in 2000. “It was a massive moment in my career. In terms of relevance you are defined by the Champions League,” he says. But despite the affection for his old side, McManaman says his former colleagues in Madrid understand he is not emotionally torn ahead of the final. “When Liverpool got to the final, my friends in Spain were texting saying, ‘Congratulations for getting there’,” he says. “I think they understand where my loyalties are.” Watch Real Madrid v Liverpool in the Champions League final on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 4K UHD from 6pm on Saturday. For more info visit BT.com/sport.
Zinedine Zidane deserves more credit, says Steve McManaman
Zinedine Zidane will eclipse the greatest managers in history if he wins a third consecutive Champions League, but a sneering campaign has shadowed his Real Madrid reign. Only two managers, Bob Paisley and Carlo Ancelotti, have won the European Cup three times, but not in successive years. Despite Zidane being on the threshold of unprecedented success, cynics continue to damn him with faint praise. The Frenchman is often portrayed as the fortunate recipient of an expensively assembled squad, rather than the architect of ­mesmerising performances. For those who know him, the withering assessments of his work are fed by jealousy and ignorance. “He doesn’t get enough credit. He took over a struggling, dysfunctional team,” says Steve McManaman, Zidane’s former team-mate at the start of the glorious Galactico era at the turn of the century. “The players were not happy when he was appointed. He has gone on to win two Champions Leagues. If Pep Guardiola had done this people would be singing from rooftops. “He does not pat himself on the back enough. He is similar as a manager as a player. He is not outspoken. He gives nothing away. Not extravagant in interviews, but always graceful. McManaman used to play with Zidane Credit: getty images “If he wins, everyone says it is down to players, but he is the one who has turned them into a happy bunch. “I understand some managers don’t appear to be so proactive – I had that when I played under Vicente del Bosque. He was not a shouter or a super architect with elaborate training sessions, but he kept the camp happy and everyone knew where they stood. He did not feel the need to give chest-thumping speeches. He let the leaders in the dressing room – the Spanish players – do all that. Zizou looks like he has taken the same approach. “On the pitch, it is Sergio Ramos, or Cristiano Ronaldo who are the leaders. “The ability to control and mould that is a management skill as important as any when you have such a strong dressing room. You can’t tell players like Cristiano what to do. It is the same with Lionel Messi for Barcelona managers. They are too powerful. But you have to keep them happy to get the best out of them. “I am not saying they have a huge ego, but they are superstars – some of the best players in football history – so you need a special character to man-manage them well. Zizou should be there forever, given what he has achieved.” McManaman won the European Cup twice with Real, having joined from Liverpool in 1999, two clubs whose identity is defined by the competition. Zidane is chasing yet another trophy Credit: AP “It was not a huge difference for me moving from Liverpool to Madrid because, at Liverpool, we were obsessed with the titles we had won and the European Cups. It was exactly the same at Madrid,” says McManaman, who will be a BT Sport pundit covering the final. “They wanted to win everything, but in terms of importance, yes, the European Cup was always a major target. “When I joined, I was immediately made aware of the ethos of Madrid. I was given a book – more of a pamphlet if you like – chartering the history of Real Madrid and the values of the club. It was all about winning with grace, but also being graceful in defeat. They told me, ‘At Real Madrid we do not want to win with arrogance’, and they gave me a shirt of Alfredo Di Stefano [five-time European Cup winner]. “Di Stefano was the symbol of the club, his name is always in the background. He was honorary president at that time and you see him around the stadium or his image on the walls. “To be honest, I had a lot of these values instilled in me coming through at Liverpool. These were the same as those Ronnie Moran and Roy Evans bred in all Liverpool’s players. “These are world-renowned clubs. No disrespect to those who have won the European Cup once, but there is a list of teams who are at the top, those who you remember. Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, AC Milan and Liverpool. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “You always think of the games when they won and you know the players who did it. That sets these clubs apart. If you mention Istanbul to anyone in the world, they will immediately think about Steven Gerrard.” McManaman was also a scorer in the final, a spectacular volley in Real Madrid’s 3-0 win over Valencia in 2000. “It was a massive moment in my career. In terms of relevance you are defined by the Champions League,” he says. But despite the affection for his old side, McManaman says his former colleagues in Madrid understand he is not emotionally torn ahead of the final. “When Liverpool got to the final, my friends in Spain were texting saying, ‘Congratulations for getting there’,” he says. “I think they understand where my loyalties are.” Watch Real Madrid v Liverpool in the Champions League final on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 4K UHD from 6pm on Saturday. For more info visit BT.com/sport.
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Deschamps zu Griezmanns offener Zukunft
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Deschamps zu Griezmanns offener Zukunft
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Deschamps zu Griezmanns offener Zukunft
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Deschamps zu Griezmanns offener Zukunft
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Deschamps zu Griezmanns offener Zukunft
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Deschamps zu Griezmanns offener Zukunft
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Barcelona, 23 mai (EFE).- Motoristas de táxi da região metropolitana de Barcelona, na Espanha, poderão receber uma multa que variará entre 60 e 250 euros caso não se vistam adequadamente.
Barcelona deverá multar taxista que não se vestir adequadamente
Barcelona, 23 mai (EFE).- Motoristas de táxi da região metropolitana de Barcelona, na Espanha, poderão receber uma multa que variará entre 60 e 250 euros caso não se vistam adequadamente.
Presidente do Barcelona, Bartomeu conversa com Messi (imagem: Miguel Ruiz/Getty Images)
Presidente do Barcelona, Bartomeu conversa com Messi (imagem: Miguel Ruiz/Getty Images)
Presidente do Barcelona, Bartomeu conversa com Messi (imagem: Miguel Ruiz/Getty Images)
-FOTODELDIA- AG35. BUENOS AIRES (ARGENTINA), 23/05/2018.- El jugador de la selección argentina Lionel Messi entrena en el predio de la Asociación de Fútbol Argentino (AFA) hoy, miércoles 23 de mayo de 2018, en Buenos Aires. Este viernes los futbolistas se someterán a los exámenes médicos, el domingo tendrán un entrenamiento abierto al público en el estadio de Vélez Sarsfield, el José Amalfitani, y dos días después recibirán a Haití en la Bombonera en un amistoso. Al día siguiente la Albiceleste partirá rumbo a España para continuar en Barcelona los entrenamientos y el 9 de junio visitará a Israel en el último amistoso previo al desembarco en Bronnitsy, donde hará base durante el Mundial de Rusia. EFE/David Fernández
-FOTODELDIA- AG35. BUENOS AIRES (ARGENTINA), 23/05/2018.- El jugador de la selección argentina Lionel Messi entrena en el predio de la Asociación de Fútbol Argentino (AFA) hoy, miércoles 23 de mayo de 2018, en Buenos Aires. Este viernes los futbolistas se someterán a los exámenes médicos, el domingo tendrán un entrenamiento abierto al público en el estadio de Vélez Sarsfield, el José Amalfitani, y dos días después recibirán a Haití en la Bombonera en un amistoso. Al día siguiente la Albiceleste partirá rumbo a España para continuar en Barcelona los entrenamientos y el 9 de junio visitará a Israel en el último amistoso previo al desembarco en Bronnitsy, donde hará base durante el Mundial de Rusia. EFE/David Fernández
-FOTODELDIA- AG35. BUENOS AIRES (ARGENTINA), 23/05/2018.- El jugador de la selección argentina Lionel Messi entrena en el predio de la Asociación de Fútbol Argentino (AFA) hoy, miércoles 23 de mayo de 2018, en Buenos Aires. Este viernes los futbolistas se someterán a los exámenes médicos, el domingo tendrán un entrenamiento abierto al público en el estadio de Vélez Sarsfield, el José Amalfitani, y dos días después recibirán a Haití en la Bombonera en un amistoso. Al día siguiente la Albiceleste partirá rumbo a España para continuar en Barcelona los entrenamientos y el 9 de junio visitará a Israel en el último amistoso previo al desembarco en Bronnitsy, donde hará base durante el Mundial de Rusia. EFE/David Fernández
La llegada de Iniesta al fútbol japonés tiene lugar después de que en abril pasado anunciara que dejaría el Barcelona a final de temporada tras 22 años en la entidad azulgrana, a la que llegó cuando apenas tenía doce años
La llegada de Iniesta al fútbol japonés tiene lugar después de que en abril pasado anunciara que dejaría el Barcelona a final de temporada tras 22 años en la entidad azulgrana, a la que llegó cuando apenas tenía doce años
La llegada de Iniesta al fútbol japonés tiene lugar después de que en abril pasado anunciara que dejaría el Barcelona a final de temporada tras 22 años en la entidad azulgrana, a la que llegó cuando apenas tenía doce años
Demonstrators burn a yellow flare during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators burn a yellow flare during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators burn a yellow flare during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A woman holds an 'Estelada', the pro-independence Catalan flag during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A woman holds an 'Estelada', the pro-independence Catalan flag during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A woman holds an 'Estelada', the pro-independence Catalan flag during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A protestor burns a photograph depicting Spain's King Felipe during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A protestor burns a photograph depicting Spain's King Felipe during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A protestor burns a photograph depicting Spain's King Felipe during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A protestor holds a Catalan pro-independence 'Estelada' flag during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A protestor holds a Catalan pro-independence 'Estelada' flag during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A protestor holds a Catalan pro-independence 'Estelada' flag during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A man with an 'Estelada', the pro-independence Catalan flag, wrapped in his shoulders takes part in a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A man with an 'Estelada', the pro-independence Catalan flag, wrapped in his shoulders takes part in a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A man with an 'Estelada', the pro-independence Catalan flag, wrapped in his shoulders takes part in a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Soccer Football - FC Barcelona Tribute to Andres Iniesta - Auditorium 1899, Barcelona, Spain - May 18, 2018 Andres Iniesta waves during the presentation REUTERS/Albert Gea
FC Barcelona Tribute to Andres Iniesta
Soccer Football - FC Barcelona Tribute to Andres Iniesta - Auditorium 1899, Barcelona, Spain - May 18, 2018 Andres Iniesta waves during the presentation REUTERS/Albert Gea
The Barcelona legend offered the biggest piece of evidence yet that he is set to continue his career in Japan
'Heading to my new home' - Iniesta drops massive Vissel Kobe hint
The Barcelona legend offered the biggest piece of evidence yet that he is set to continue his career in Japan
Newly elected regional Catalan President Quim Torra embraces a woman in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018, during a protest supporting the imprisoned politicians. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Newly elected regional Catalan President Quim Torra embraces a woman in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018, during a protest supporting the imprisoned politicians. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Newly elected regional Catalan President Quim Torra embraces a woman in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018, during a protest supporting the imprisoned politicians. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018, in support of imprisoned politicians. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Freedom for the political prisoners". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018, in support of imprisoned politicians. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Freedom for the political prisoners". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018, in support of imprisoned politicians. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Freedom for the political prisoners". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A man stands in front of pictures of imprisoned politicians, in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018, during a protest in support of the politicians. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A man stands in front of pictures of imprisoned politicians, in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018, during a protest in support of the politicians. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A man stands in front of pictures of imprisoned politicians, in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018, during a protest in support of the politicians. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 20, 2018 Barcelona's Andres Iniesta after the match REUTERS/Albert Gea
La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad - Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain - May 20, 2018 Barcelona's Andres Iniesta after the match REUTERS/Albert Gea
Japan bound: Andres Iniesta is thrown in the air by Barcelona teammates at his last match for the club at the weekend
Japan bound: Andres Iniesta is thrown in the air by Barcelona teammates at his last match for the club at the weekend
Japan bound: Andres Iniesta is thrown in the air by Barcelona teammates at his last match for the club at the weekend
Japan bound: Andres Iniesta is thrown in the air by Barcelona teammates at his last match for the club at the weekend
Japan bound: Andres Iniesta is thrown in the air by Barcelona teammates at his last match for the club at the weekend
Japan bound: Andres Iniesta is thrown in the air by Barcelona teammates at his last match for the club at the weekend
Japan bound: Andres Iniesta is thrown in the air by Barcelona teammates at his last match for the club at the weekend (AFP Photo/LLUIS GENE )
Japan bound: Andres Iniesta is thrown in the air by Barcelona teammates at his last match for the club at the weekend
Japan bound: Andres Iniesta is thrown in the air by Barcelona teammates at his last match for the club at the weekend (AFP Photo/LLUIS GENE )
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Deschamps zu Griezmanns offener Zukunft
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Deschamps zu Griezmanns offener Zukunft
Antoine Griezmann wird mit einem möglichen Wechsel zum FC Barcelona in Verbindung gebracht. Nationaltrainer Didier Deschamps sieht die unklare Zukunft vor der WM gelassen.
Barcelona, 23 mai (EFE).- Motoristas de táxi da região metropolitana de Barcelona, na Espanha, poderão receber uma multa que variará entre 60 e 250 euros caso não se vistam adequadamente.
Barcelona deverá multar taxista que não se vestir adequadamente
Barcelona, 23 mai (EFE).- Motoristas de táxi da região metropolitana de Barcelona, na Espanha, poderão receber uma multa que variará entre 60 e 250 euros caso não se vistam adequadamente.
Presidente do Barcelona, Bartomeu conversa com Messi (imagem: Miguel Ruiz/Getty Images)
Presidente do Barcelona, Bartomeu conversa com Messi (imagem: Miguel Ruiz/Getty Images)
Presidente do Barcelona, Bartomeu conversa com Messi (imagem: Miguel Ruiz/Getty Images)
-FOTODELDIA- AG35. BUENOS AIRES (ARGENTINA), 23/05/2018.- El jugador de la selección argentina Lionel Messi entrena en el predio de la Asociación de Fútbol Argentino (AFA) hoy, miércoles 23 de mayo de 2018, en Buenos Aires. Este viernes los futbolistas se someterán a los exámenes médicos, el domingo tendrán un entrenamiento abierto al público en el estadio de Vélez Sarsfield, el José Amalfitani, y dos días después recibirán a Haití en la Bombonera en un amistoso. Al día siguiente la Albiceleste partirá rumbo a España para continuar en Barcelona los entrenamientos y el 9 de junio visitará a Israel en el último amistoso previo al desembarco en Bronnitsy, donde hará base durante el Mundial de Rusia. EFE/David Fernández
-FOTODELDIA- AG35. BUENOS AIRES (ARGENTINA), 23/05/2018.- El jugador de la selección argentina Lionel Messi entrena en el predio de la Asociación de Fútbol Argentino (AFA) hoy, miércoles 23 de mayo de 2018, en Buenos Aires. Este viernes los futbolistas se someterán a los exámenes médicos, el domingo tendrán un entrenamiento abierto al público en el estadio de Vélez Sarsfield, el José Amalfitani, y dos días después recibirán a Haití en la Bombonera en un amistoso. Al día siguiente la Albiceleste partirá rumbo a España para continuar en Barcelona los entrenamientos y el 9 de junio visitará a Israel en el último amistoso previo al desembarco en Bronnitsy, donde hará base durante el Mundial de Rusia. EFE/David Fernández
-FOTODELDIA- AG35. BUENOS AIRES (ARGENTINA), 23/05/2018.- El jugador de la selección argentina Lionel Messi entrena en el predio de la Asociación de Fútbol Argentino (AFA) hoy, miércoles 23 de mayo de 2018, en Buenos Aires. Este viernes los futbolistas se someterán a los exámenes médicos, el domingo tendrán un entrenamiento abierto al público en el estadio de Vélez Sarsfield, el José Amalfitani, y dos días después recibirán a Haití en la Bombonera en un amistoso. Al día siguiente la Albiceleste partirá rumbo a España para continuar en Barcelona los entrenamientos y el 9 de junio visitará a Israel en el último amistoso previo al desembarco en Bronnitsy, donde hará base durante el Mundial de Rusia. EFE/David Fernández
La llegada de Iniesta al fútbol japonés tiene lugar después de que en abril pasado anunciara que dejaría el Barcelona a final de temporada tras 22 años en la entidad azulgrana, a la que llegó cuando apenas tenía doce años
La llegada de Iniesta al fútbol japonés tiene lugar después de que en abril pasado anunciara que dejaría el Barcelona a final de temporada tras 22 años en la entidad azulgrana, a la que llegó cuando apenas tenía doce años
La llegada de Iniesta al fútbol japonés tiene lugar después de que en abril pasado anunciara que dejaría el Barcelona a final de temporada tras 22 años en la entidad azulgrana, a la que llegó cuando apenas tenía doce años
Demonstrators burn a yellow flare during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators burn a yellow flare during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators burn a yellow flare during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A woman holds an 'Estelada', the pro-independence Catalan flag during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A woman holds an 'Estelada', the pro-independence Catalan flag during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A woman holds an 'Estelada', the pro-independence Catalan flag during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A protestor burns a photograph depicting Spain's King Felipe during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A protestor burns a photograph depicting Spain's King Felipe during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A protestor burns a photograph depicting Spain's King Felipe during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A protestor holds a Catalan pro-independence 'Estelada' flag during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A protestor holds a Catalan pro-independence 'Estelada' flag during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A protestor holds a Catalan pro-independence 'Estelada' flag during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians in Barcelona, Spain, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)

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