Barcelona’s Seven Secrets to Success – By Simon Kuper

Dec 29, 12 Barcelona’s Seven Secrets to Success – By Simon Kuper

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I love Barca’s philosophy and having spent a few days at the Academy, witnessing with my own eyes the beautiful way they teach kids, I’m always delighted to come across more insight into the way they play and coach. Simon Kuper  is a British author. He writes about sports “from an anthropologic perspective....

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FCB Camps Ireland Latest News

Camps Cancelled due to numbers FCB Kids Camps…Only 67 days to go.. This August Kids in Ireland can discover the FCBarcelona methodology and train like the best players in the World. DB Sports Tours is teaming up again, with FCBarcelona only this time to run Kids Training Camps for the first time ever in Ireland. 5...

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Xavi Hernandez Creus – Age 31

I hope your not sick of all this Barcelona stuff i’m posting but it is hard not to get enough of it! These are a few quotes from Xavi from an article with the Guardian back in February. I thought they might interest you! Q. That’s at the heart of the Barcelona model and runs all the way through the club, doesn’t...

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Leading The Way…

The Catalans We were all amazed from last Saturdays game and they way Barcelona completely outclassed a team that is custom to outclassing so many. I think now we can say that Barcelona is currently the worlds best footballing side and for me the best footballing side I have ever seen. No team on the planet can pass the ball the way...

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La Masia

La Masia, located next to the stadium, is the heart of the Barça youth system. This emblematic building forms part of the history and heritage of Futbol Club Barcelona, and is an ancient country residence built in 1702. At first, La Masia was used as the workshop in which the architects and builders of the Camp Nou modelled their...

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FCBarcelona and the Irish Connection

May 11, 11 FCBarcelona and the Irish Connection

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Just in case you didn’t have a reason to follow FCB, this Irish connection might just change that. The Irish Connections to FCBarcelona: Paddy O’Connell or Patricio O’Connell & Xavi O’Callaghan History of Patrick Joseph O’Connell Patrick O’Connell (born Dublin , Ireland , 8th March 1887...

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