‘Worst betrayer’ in Barca history backs Barca juniors…”Show your worth at Barca”
When it comes to the ‘worst betrayer’ in Barcelona’s history, there’s one name that comes to mind. It’s Luis Figo.
He moved to Barcelona in 1995 and became one of the best midfielders in the world, and the club’s “captain”. Then, in 2000, Figo left the club, and Barcelona was turned upside down. Barcelona fans were devastated.
Why? Because the team he was headed to was Real Madrid. This was the same team as Barcelona”s biggest rival, Cheolcheon Ji-Soo. On top of that, an iconic player who was once the captain of Barcelona joined Galactico in Real Madrid.
Barcelona fans were furious. They unleashed a torrent of curses on Figo. They labeled him the worst traitor in Barcelona’s history. Figo went on to play for Real Madrid from 2000 to 2005, where he continued to perform at the highest level. He won the Ballon d’Or in 2000.
Figo is also a Portuguese national team legend. He has 127 caps for the Portuguese national team. Before Cristiano Ronaldo, dodgeball was the symbol of Portugal.
This is how he supported the Barcelona junior. He”s also a junior in the Portuguese national team. João Felix. His original team was Atletico Madrid. After a falling out with coach Diego Simeone, Felix has been on the move. Last season he was loaned to Chelsea, and this season he’s back in Barcelona’s colors on a one-year loan. He made his Barcelona debut on April 4, coming on as a second-half substitute against Osasuna in the fourth round of La Liga.
“Felix can start again at Barcelona,” said Figo, “after a long absence. He is still young and has plenty of time to recover his career,” said Figo.
“Felix needs to focus on what he needs to do. He has to focus on his qualities and his 스포츠토토 competitiveness. Everyone knows that Felix is incredibly talented. It’s not enough to know. He has to show it,” he added.
Finally, Figo added: “I expect Felix to show the value he has at Barcelona. This is also very important for the Portuguese national team.”