Xavi speaks out after leaving FC Barcelona: “No regrets” – La Opinion

Xavi speaks out after leaving FC Barcelona: “No regrets” – La Opinion



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The coach of the Barcelona Football Club, Xavi Hernández, has starred in his last round of the press as the boss of the Barça bench in what was the preview of the match to be played today, Sunday, against Sevilla on the last date of LaLiga. Xavi has stated that he is leaving the Catalan club with a clear conscience and with tremendous learning after two and a half seasons against the culé team, describing his time there as a simply spectacular experience.

“Today I spoke about it with the staff and the players, I think we can be proud because It was not an easy situation. We have given everything. “We have been club men and have understood and adapted to some very adverse situations,” the coach admitted at a press conference.

“I think a good job has been done, although this year the objectives have not been met,” He stated in the preview of the last LaLiga match against Sevilla. Xavi also admitted that “they have been complicated days,” but after a meeting he had with coach Joan Laporta, he had to accept the club’s decision even though he felt totally “motivated and with his ambition intact.”

”The president conveyed to me his reasons why he considers that the club needs a change of direction, a change of coach, and I can only accept it and respect it, because he is the one who makes all the decisions. We shook hands, a hug and we wished each other the best,” said the culé coach. During the press conference, Xavi did not have a single reproach or a bad word for Laporta. On the contrary, he was quite grateful for the trust and the opportunity he had to lead the club he loves.

Does not close the door to a future return

“I want to leave calmly and in peace,” insisted the coach, who also had words of affection. for the sports vice president, Rafa Yuste, “a very special man who has given us confidence until the last moment,” who visited him during morning training at the Joan Gamper Sports City.

Asked how the remaining year of his contract will be resolved, Xavi assured that He already said at the time that “there will be no problem,” although he was not more specific about it. “What I said, so it will be,” he replied curtly.

He wants to return to the Blaugrana club

Xavi made it clear that he has every willingness and desire to one day return to the Barcelona Football Club.. “Why not? It is the club of my life. I like being at Barça, working at Barça. And I don’t close the door on myself, on the contrary, I hope I can come back,” she said honestly. It could be as a coach or as a sports director, but he did not define it at all. “I haven’t thought about it. Now, what I think is that I need a break,” he noted.

Xavi leaves with his head held high and proud of what he has done

“I have had to make very important decisions, I don’t regret anything. I have been very honest and sincere. “I have given my all, we have worked with a lot of honor and a lot of love for this club,” he made it quite clear before saying goodbye to the press amidst applause from everyone present: “Thank you all, even if you don’t believe it, I believe I will miss. Visit Barça.”

New coach for FC Barcelona

With the announcement of the departure of Xavi Hernández, the club is now negotiating the signing of the former coach of Bayern Munich and former coach of the German National Team, Hansi Flick, to replace him. The announcement could be made next week.

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