Criticisms continue to grow over the present state of Futbol Club Barcelona and the potential sack of head coach, Ernesto Valverde as Barcelona Twitter fans flocked the social media platform to slam the players and coach after a shambolic home draw against Czech Republic side, Slavia prague.
On the hills of the disappointing loss over the weekend to Levante, Barcelona fans expected the team to bounce back to winning ways at the Camp Nou and thrash Slavia, but the opposite was the case as the team played an unimpressive football at home with the match ending 0 – 0.
Barcelona fans who were angered by the team’s display quickly took to twitter to voice their disappointments at the team, the coach and the management board as a whole.
The match also served as platform for fans to continue to call for the sack of Valverde, whom many fans believe is the cause of the poor form of the team.
Before yesterday’s match, Barcelona fans found solace in the fact that the team always play impressive and scintillating football at the Camp Nou but after yesterday night’s match, one just gets to wonder what this present squad under Valverde is becoming.
His over dependency on Messi is becoming worrisome and fans seems to have had enough of his unending drama.
Below are some of the tweets we were able to capture for the readers;
Journalist : "Do you think it's time to say goodbye to Barca fans?"
Valverde : "Why? Where are they going? " pic.twitter.com/rE1ThFyzXe
— 𝕾𝖙𝖊𝖛𝖊 Barça (@Stevedaresx) November 5, 2019
Slavia Prague outplayed Barcelona home and away, this is not acceptable when you have all your star players at your disposal.
It's not just about Valverde too, the players must step up even if you have the worst manager. It's f**king Slavia!
— FAROUQ 🚬🌿 (@farouq_yahaya) November 5, 2019
= 240 for both
= 243 for these 4 players
What does that make you think about Valverde's style of play? Absolutely disgusting. pic.twitter.com/Pv6zz8njip
— Frenkie Chief 🇳🇱 (@FrenkieStats) November 5, 2019
Arsenal fans think Unai Emery is the worst.
— Victor (@iUgochukwuObi) November 5, 2019
Valverde: You know what you have to do?
— Mehran Hanif (@mehran5cr7) November 5, 2019
Why do we play so bad and you don’t even care, @jmbartomeu? You can’t sack Valverde? Is this the Barcelona you watched before becoming President? Do you mean well for this club at all? We thought lack of players were the problem but now we have them all. You need a Prophet?
— BeksFCB (@Joshua_Ubeku) November 5, 2019
Some Barcelona fans are actually calling Messi a bad captain? Even after he did everything he could to win the game? To be honest, we deserve Valverde, we deserved what happened at Anfield and Rome. We deserve everything damn thing that's going on in! Ingrates! Goodnight!
— ❤💙Rock™ (@staconzy16) November 5, 2019
Valverde ruined Dembélé and Coutinho, he will ruin Griezmann next. This clown will cause the club nearly half a billion in losses at the end of his third year.
— Rafael Hernández (@RafaelH117) November 5, 2019
— Michey Miles (@MicheyMiles) November 5, 2019
Ousmane Dembele the only Barca forward who try to create something for Barca after not playing in 3 straight games. Even Messi wasn't good today. But guess what that fuckedup manager subs him. And to all those still calling him fraud or bad can fuck off, Valverde is ruining him. pic.twitter.com/2AFSO2GGsP
— LEÒ (@That_LeoGuy) November 5, 2019
I need to hire beyhive to bully valverde off the face of this earth. Man is a proper bastard. Like, have some dignity and fucking leave.
— Messina FCB ❤ (@spicey_xx) November 5, 2019
Former Arsenal coach, Arsene Wenger during a live football analysis show gave his opinion at the present Barcelona team. Wenger said the team is built around Messi alone and the coach has configured the mindset of all other players that once they pass the ball to Messi, he will create a magic and win matches for us.
For an experienced coach like Wenger to have said this, he must have seen that something is wrong with the team and obviously, a drastic measure must be taken if Barcelona is to go back to the glory days.
watch Wenger’s analysis below;