I would argue that Laporta’s hurt soul and the decisions that came with it also contribute to the current situation.
You pawn the future for a bet on the present and build up an inhuman pressure.
The entire football world pounces on every embarrassed interview, loss of point and alleged disagreement.
Wouldn’t it have been wiser to bake smaller rolls first and make it clear to the public that Xavi now enjoys puppy protection here at least until 2024?
It’s not like there’s no development.
You shoot down Real Madrid, dominate a half in Munich and the team generally sends a sign of life.
Now you are missing important players on the defensive and in the second guard you can see all the misery of the old patterns.
A Torres is committed for incredible money even though he was sorted out at Man.City.
A De Jong is completely demotivated with a shoddy campaign.
Piqué actually no longer has any sporting added value and definitely blocks a lot of resources.
In addition, Laporta has brought the devil into his own house with some bold statements.
Of course, the team has incredible potential, but something like that doesn’t grow together in a few months and I also think the mix is dangerous, because in the end we only have the guard of very young players and the over 30 players who regularly hide away when it matters.
Piqué, Alba & Co. remain silent after defeats, but are largely responsible for them.