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Barcelona: Best team in the world - strategy and specific players

Spain manager Vincent del Bosque selected eight Barcelona stars for his latest squad, highlighting the centrality of the Barcelona team to Spain’s meteoric resurgence. Spain won the World Cup mainly due to the Barcelona If Spain are the best national team in the world, then Barcelona are easily the best club team in the world. This is the pedigree that your Barcelona tickets entitle you too and they can be purchased at great prices from a tickey beureu.

Barcelona have the added privilege of being able to include the odd foreign player to their potent mixture. They are a largely Spanish grown side but they do have at their disposal the skills of the world’s number one footballer, Argentinean schemer Lionel Messi. Messi is a legend in our times due to his skill, pace and power. To say he is the best player ever may be premature but it certainly seems like he may end his career with that title. Barcelona tickets entitle you to see in the flesh, a name that will easily rank alongside the Pele’s and Maradona’s in the football halls of fame.

Since the days of Johan Cruyff, Barcelona have played a brand of football that excites the purist. Pass and move ‘Total Football’ is the order of the day and Barcelona’s modern variant sees them play with a front four who move freely around the final third without any rigid shape or structure. It’s a style that means the skilful forwards are impossible to track and allows a freedom of expression to some of the world’s finest players.

Barcelona’s style of play has been named ‘Tiki-taka’ highlighting its pass-and-move emphasis. The Tiki-taka style game demands players of ultra high technical proficiency for it to work. Small players who can work the ball from under their feet and bounce off a quick short pass are often suited. This game, when played at full pace is a sight to behold and has revolutionised the world of football.

Barcelona tickets allow you to experience the best team for a generation and the privilege of witnessing some of the finest sportsmen who ever lived. For a once in a life time ‘I was there’ moment every football fan should consider Barcelona tickets.

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