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Submitted by no_more_heroes 675d ago | news

Barcelona sticking to its guns despite loss

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Barcelona boss Tito Vilanova is adamant his side will not change its 'tiki-taka' passing play despite Wednesday's shock 2-1 Champions League defeat to Celtic at Parkhead. (Barcelona, Celtic, Tito Vilanova, UEFA Champions League)

PaPa-Slam  +   675d ago
Good, 1 defeat should never make you to change your tactics.
karim  +   675d ago
Would be mad to change the tactics they adopted for decades..
ninjagoat  +   675d ago
They could still go on to win the whole competion thats what makes Barcelona the team it is. But Celtic have themselves something great to remember from there win.
FootballZilla  +   675d ago
Its easy to be their manager.. In my opinion...
Baka-akaB  +   675d ago
Far from it . The proof is in the pudding . Whenever you lose people are good to pressure you into change tactics .

And it's not easy having players keep their ego in check to keep fueling a club's unique and peculiar philosophy .

Finally it's not as if you have nothing to do , being given some user manual and guideline . You still have to tweaks around and strategize well
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boxer1985  +   674d ago
what he means is it is easy based from the perspective of managing a lower team. which it is, this cannot be argued.

not having to change you tactics because every other team is inferior ability wise.

it will be interesting to see how guardiola and tito perform without the messi card. barca have often suffered without him

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