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The practically impossible dream?

The practically impossible dream?

Barcelona look like a club every bit in turmoil.

According to reports Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique has lost the faith of the Barcelona dressing room with key players disillusioned with him.

Meanwhile Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has been accused of attempting to destroy Barcelona.

All of this in the wake of a humiliating 4-0 defeat to Paris-Saint Germain in their Champions League tie on Tuesday night.

It leaves what Neymar has called an practically impossible task to advance to the last eight of Europe's premier competition.

It's also a scenario that is practically impossible for Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique to say the right thing.

He cannot just put his hands up and confess that Barcelona have already been knocked out of the competition, but equally he cannot remain positive over their chances of advancing.

So do you think he got the tone right in his post match assessment?

'They were superior to us from the start. It was a disastrous night for us in which we were clearly inferior. he was quoted by Sky Sports.

'There's not much more to say. PSG did what we expected them to do and produced their best version and we were at our poorest.'

'It's extremely difficult for us now but we go back to our stadium and really we need a heroic performance, But why not dream?'


But is it just an practically impossible dream?

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Writer:St. George
Date:Friday February 17 2017
Time: 1:00PM

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