Probably Xavi too...karrmadamaii said:
Well, I think that it's the opposite. He's the typical Barça youth system midfielder, similar to Guardiola in many things. He has football in the head, his football vision is extraordinary, he loses few balls in the midfield, he always choose the best option. Of course, he's not a spectacular midfielder, he doesn't dribble and he doesn't do the tricks of Ronaldinho, but he's a key player in a team that wants to have the ball posesion.Ze da Fiel said:To me Xavi is extremely overated by the Spaniards IMHO. Can't see all this mega football on him.
Yes, but I'm not sure that this is the problem. Last year, he played in the same position. Rijkaard gives him freedom to go to the center, last year he used this freedom, but he seems less confident now. I think that he's living just a low time, I can't find any other reason.Jern Lizardhous said:maybe Ronaldinho should change position, he does seem to get stuck out on that flank quite a lot for my liking.
He is everywhere on the field. When you watch Barcelona games, you will hear his name the most. Like Zhuge Liang said, he is the most hardworking player. And he scored most goals after Eto'o.karrmadamaii said: