The one of badia ensures that the Chineses can complicate the things to the barça

Busquets recesses the euphoria: "The Guangzhou is dangerous"

Busquets recesses the euphoria: "The Guangzhou is dangerous"

Published:14/12/2015 - 19:18h


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One of the captains of the FC Barcelona, Sergio Busquets, appeared for the just means after the first train of the Barça in Japan and recessed the euphoria, ensuring that before thinking in winning the World-wide of Clubs 2015 it is necessary to happen to the final and delete to the Guangzhou

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In statements conceded to the press and collected by multiple media, between them the daily "ACE", Sergio Busquets spoke on his first feelings in Japan after the training of the team in the Stadium of Yokohama and ensured, when it was asked after what thought of the defeat of the Real Madrid in The Madrigal, that the FC Barcelona has gone to Japan thinking only in the World-wide of Clubs 2015 and that the first challenge will be the semifinals.

"It is a dangerous team. Have to Scolari, to Brazilian players (like Robinho, his big star) and have given a surprise", said the one of Badia on the Guangzhou Chinese, valuing the quality of the opponent and ensuring that before at all the first is to access to the final of the World-wide of Clubs, something that sure that it will not be easy.

"We have come to win the World-wide", highlighted, giving more value added to the title, the one who could turn into the fifth of the FC Barcelona in this year 2015. "This is a very important competition and very difficult to achieve, because before you have to have won the Champions".

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