Barcelona: The longer term may very well be very vivid at Barcelona

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Life is a rollercoaster in the mean time for Barcelona, and what seemed like a grim state of affairs only a few days in the past now appears far more promising.

The three-0 residence victory over Levante got here with a variety of positives. It wasn’t simply the style wherein they received the match, it was the truth that so many younger gamers have been concerned and that they did so nicely.

This might recommend that the long run is vivid for Barcelona, and Ronald Koeman‘s unwavering belief in younger gamers appears to be like like it’s paying dividends.

The Dutchman went into this match with a number of key gamers lacking, and when he put his belief within the membership’s youth, it paid off.

Apart from Gerard Pique and Sergio Busquets, this was a particularly younger Barcelona facet: Oscar Mingueza (22), Ronald Araujo (22), Eric Garcia (20), Nico Gonzalez (19), Gavi (17), Yusuf Demir (18), Riqui Puig (22) and Ansu Fati (18).

Gavi and Ansu Fati the standouts

Everybody concerned on Sunday carried out nicely, however the two standouts from the afternoon have been Gavi and Ansu Fati. If his previous actions are something to go by, Koeman will be anticipated to provide these gamers additional alternatives in the event that they proceed to impress.

The longer term does look promising at Barcelona with this abundance of younger expertise of their squad. The one doubt, nonetheless, is how the membership will steadiness issues whereas these gamers develop and look to achieve their full potential.

Transitions on the Catalan membership merely can not go on for years and years, and if outcomes do not come comparatively shortly, it is going to be troublesome to hold on with this dangerous technique.

If these in energy at Barcelona are prepared to be affected person, it might repay massively, however no matter occurs, trusting the youth will all the time be a part of Koeman‘s legacy in Catalonia.

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