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Xavi Proves He Is The Perfect Barcelona Manager After Al Sadd Score Stunning Tiki-Taka Goal

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Xavi Proves He Is The Perfect Barcelona Manager After Al Sadd Score Stunning Tiki-Taka Goal

Xavi has coached his Al Sadd side to play peak 'tiki-taka' football and it proves he could be ready for the Barcelona job.

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He decided to stay in the Qatar Stars League and Al Sadd won their last game 4-1. But the real talking point was their fourth goal, which looked straight out of Pep Guardiola's Barca.

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A passing move beautifully flows from defence to attack with all the tricks and flicks you'd expect, before an effortless cutback let Baghdad Bounedjah tap in uncontested.


The Qatar Stars League is a lower quality than La Liga as a whole, but Xavi being able to coach in that style will please Barcelona fans who think the club have lost their identity.

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They sit eighth in the table and while Ronald Koeman was only appointed in the summer, pressure already seems to be building.

Fans have reacted to the goal and they're desperate to see World Cup winner Xavi get a shot at the job one day.


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Xavi was a Barcelona player for 17 years and has thoughts on what he'd do in the Camp Nou hotseat.

He told El Pais: "I am delighted to continue gaining coaching experience and challenging myself, but of course it would be a privilege for me to train Barca one day.

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"I'd want a dream team, with Jordi Cruyff, Carles Puyol and some current players.

"I would like to make a team with important people who know the club, people who I trust and will be loyal to me."

Featured Image Credit: PA Images

Topics: Xavi, Al Sadd, Barcelona, Goals, La Liga

Daniel Marland
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