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Two Reasons Why Barcelona Will Return To Fine Form This Season Despite Early Flaws

Barcelona are currently not in their best form both in the Spanish La Liga and Champions League this season as they have failed to win a reasonable number of games in these competitions. The Catalans are presently ranked 8th on the La Liga table this season which clearly shows how poor in performance they have been. However, I believe Barcelona will bounce back to winning ways due to these two reasons below.

1, The Return Of Important Players From Injury.

Barcelona have had lots of injury concerns this season as the likes of Ansu Fati, Ousmane Dembele, Sergio Aguero, Jordi Alba and Pedri were all ruled out for some number of games due to injuries. These players have been found severally in Barcelona's training session as they will return to action for the Catalans in no time.Barcelona's new No. 10 Ansu Fati has been given a medical green light to feature in any game for Barcelona this season after he fully recovered from injury. The steady return of these quality players to Barcelona's squad will help them in returning to fine form in all competitions this season.

2, The Possible Exit Of Ronald Koeman And The Introduction Of A New Coach.

Ronald Koeman days at Barcelona looks numbered as he has failed to bring out the best in his team. The Dutch Tactician has a hand in Barcelona's current poor form due to his poor tactics and selections during games. Fans are currently pushing for his exit as they want a more tactically Inclined coach to take over from him. Ronald Koeman's exit from Barcelona looks very visible as several candidates like Xavi Hernandez has been tipped to take over from him. If this eventually happens, Barcelona might regain their form and standards in all competitions this season.

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