On episode 345, Dan and Levon discuss Barcelona’s 3-2 loss to Eintracht Frankfurt in a surreal home atmosphere. They talk about what might have led to the number of Eintracht Frankfurt fans at the Camp Nou, the repercussions for Barcelona, and much more! Running Order: Was that atmosphere as bad as TV indicated? What can the club […]
A look around the Camp Nou would have confused many Culers, with so many Eintracht Frankfurt supporters screaming their support for the away side. It was a frustrating night for the Blaugrana, another frustrating European night, but one that Barcelona will need to bounce back from as soon as possible.
If the year was 2013, Barcelona would probably be meeting Galatasaray in the quarterfinals of the Champions League. That season the team from Istanbul was actually knocked out by Real Madrid in the quarterfinals, losing 5-3 on aggregate but beating Los Blancos 3-2 in Turkey. Barça, meanwhile, was knocked out in the semifinals by that […]
That’s more like it. In a matter of weeks, Barcelona has turned a corner and now scored eight goals in two matches. The counter-attack looked good, the midfield looked dominant, and Napoli had no answers. Four goals came in four different ways, with a Frenkie de Jong golazo being the best of the bunch.
Out of the Champions League and the Copa del Rey, only the Europa League and La Liga remain for the Blaugrana this season. Obviously finishing top four in Spain is the most important job for Xavi over the next few months, with any success in the Europa League being a consolation prize. Yes, winning the […]
Barcelona are heading to the Europa League for the first time in 21 years. It feels like rock bottom. Usually I try to find the positives and the silver lining, but after another 3-0 loss to Bayern Munich, are there any positives?