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Why Barcelona can practically not continue with Xavi anymore – at any cost



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Xavi is in a state of uncertainty and anxiety at Barcelona.

He is waiting for an important meeting scheduled for the beginning of next week, as in this meeting, club president Joan Laporta, sporting director Deco, and the delegated commission are expected to inform him that he will not be continuing as the team’s coach.

This comes just three weeks after he was reassured of his position, despite having a contract that runs until June 2025.

Regardless of the turbulence, though, Xavi’s reputation remains strong, but his future with Barça hangs in the balance.

Xavi has lost the dressing room

In recent weeks, reports have surfaced about Xavi’s shaky standing within the team. It appears that his influence in the locker room is fading.

Several senior players seem to be losing faith in his leadership, expressing doubts about the team’s tactics and feeling frustrated with Xavi’s criticism regarding their inability to adapt to Barcelona’s style of play.

The situation is further complicated by the discontent among players’ agents. For instance, Robert Lewandowski, a key player, feels undervalued as he is often substituted during crucial moments of matches. This has caused significant frustration for him and his representatives.

Some players are not happy with Xavi’s tactics. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

Similarly, Joao Felix is unhappy with his sporadic playtime. He spends a lot of time warming up on the sidelines without getting a chance to contribute on the field, which has been a source of immense frustration for him.

Xavi is not happy

Despite these internal conflicts, Xavi has consistently maintained that his relationship with the players is positive. However, it is becoming increasingly evident that the players’ confidence in him is waning.

This growing distrust is a significant sign that it might be time for Barcelona to consider a future without Xavi. The bond between him and the team seems irreparably damaged.

This series of events has left Xavi deeply saddened and frustrated.

This year has been particularly challenging and inconsistent for the club, marred by disappointments and a lack of titles.

The general feeling within the locker room is that the team will start the next season with a new coach. Although this sentiment is more of a gut feeling than confirmed information, the signs do not look promising for Xavi’s tenure at the club.

Sources from within the team reveal that Xavi is indeed very sad and he has every reason to feel this way.

The treatment he has received from Laporta has been particularly disheartening as he has avoided meeting with Xavi face-to-face, which has only added to the coach’s sense of abandonment and frustration.

Above all, the constant rumours and external pressures have taken a heavy toll on him and his team.

Xavi wants positivity

Xavi must leave Barcelona for his own good. (Photo by JOSEP LAGO/AFP via Getty Images)

Despite the challenging environment, Xavi remains dedicated to his role. However, the uncertainty and lack of support have left him and his team feeling vulnerable and unsettled.

The end of the season is approaching, bringing with it a mix of emotions for everyone involved. They are all waiting anxiously to see what the future holds for them and for the club.

In these difficult times, Xavi’s commitment to his position is commendable. He continues to focus on his duties, even as the storm of uncertainty swirls around him.

Yet, the toll of the ongoing speculation and the lack of clear communication from the club’s leadership is evident. The emotional strain is palpable, and the once-solid ground beneath him feels increasingly shaky.

As the season draws to a close, the emotions in the locker room are a complex blend of hope, fear, and resignation.

The players and staff are keenly aware that change is on the horizon, and the anticipation of what’s to come is almost unbearable. They can only wait and hope for the best, as the future of FC Barcelona and its beloved coach hangs in the balance.

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