You may have seen the photos of the world's tallest living man, watched the video of the astonished by the iconic longest fingernails record holders. However, the Guinness world Record science & stuff book takes a new look at this records explaining the science behind such explaining nary achievements.
In this article, we will be taking a look at the three most complete midfielders in football right now (2021). Without further Ado, let's get into it. #1. Frenkie De Jong (Barcelona) Photo Credit: Getty Images De Jong is now one of Barcelona's most valuable assets.
Barcelona striker completes his first training session since arriving at the club on loan from Sevilla. Luuk de Jong signed for Barcelona on a season-long loan from Sevilla and the Catalan club will just be relieved to have this deal over the line after it came down to the wire.
Emotions have continued to rise at Football Club Barcelona after the match against Atletico Madrid. Many fans and Barcelona supporters have expressed their disappointment about the attitude of the players during the loss. Note that both goals were defensive errors caused by leaving too many spaces for the Atletico Madrid attackers.
Xavier Mbuyamba was dubbed the new Virgil van Dijk when he first signed for Chelsea probably because he shares similar physical attributes to the Liverpool defender, and they came from the same country, but being compared to his fellow Dutchman seems to be the only positive football-related thing that has happened to him since his much-publicised move to England.
Barca will be looking to build on their positive start to the 2021-22 La Liga Santander campaign when they face Athletic Club later tonight at the San Mames. Photo credit: Twitter/@FCBarcelona The good news for Ronald Koeman’s side ahead of the game is that they have no fresh injury concerns.
Barcelona continued their terrible start to the 2021/22 campaign as they struggled to a 1-1 draw at Camp Nou against 17th place Granada on Monday night. The Catalan went behind as early as the 2nd minute and needed a late header from Ronald Araújo to spare their blushes and earn them a point.
Do you consider yourself to be an FC Barcelona expert? At least one of these facts is bound to surprise you. Continue reading to brush up on your knowledge of one of football's most illustrious clubs. 1. There are several clubs in Barcelona. Yes, exactly.
Barcelona will seek to get back on track when they face Valencia at home on Sunday night in the 2021-22 La Liga season. Valencia is currently eighth in the table, level on points with Barcelona ahead of the match at Camp Nou. The Catalan giants are currently ninth in the table, having picked up 12 points from their first seven matches.
It's not easy to run a football team in the English Premier League. It has been dubbed the fastest, most physically demanding, and most competitive league in the world. We chose to uncover five previously successful managers that failed in the Premier League while we wait for Pep's Premier League revolution.
According to Italian sports journalist and transfer pundit, Fabrizio Romano, Barçelona have decided to sack Koeman but then, is the Dutchman the problem?. The answer is no, and here is why; Barçelona's captain, Sergio Busquets, have admitted it would be 'easy' to sack Ronald Koeman, but insists Barcelona players are also responsible for defeats.
Barcelona has hit out at the “violent and scornful acts” that head manager Ronald Koeman was subjected to as he sought to leave Camp Nou on Sunday afternoon after Barcelona's loss to Real Madrid. Koeman became the only Barcelona manager in 81 years to lose his first three El Clasicos, coming after Madrid’s 2-1 win.
It is crystal clear and does not even need to be argued that Memphis Depay is not Lionel Messi. But the Dutchman can fill at least part of the void left by the Argentine who moved from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain as a free agent. In terms of ability and end product, Memphis is no where near the 34-year-old but he can do it in attitude.
Under Roman Abramovich, the club have never been shy in throwing their financial weight around when it comes to recruitment, nor worried about shipping players out when they feel it is not working. Not every decision is a smart one, however. We’ve taken a look at Six players who failed to impress at Stamford Bridge but still went on to have shine elsewhere.
Donny van de Beek isn't 'frozen out' at Manchester United, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expects him to continue improving if he wishes to play in the first squad. When the Dutchman met with the Norwegian manager in the summer window to negotiate his fate, he was guaranteed more than enough playing time this season, but he has remained on the perimeter due to United's poor start to the season.
Ronald Koemans' future as a Barcelona manager hangs in the balance with Joan Laporta and the rest of the club board wondering what to do. The latest embarrassment came in the form of a 3-0 loss to Benfica in the Champions League and with Koemans' competition already questioned by some within the club, that was perhaps the worst result the Dutchman could have had.
Football Club Barcelona will be facing German giants Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League tomorrow at Camp Nou. One of the big decisions Ronald Koeman has to make for tomorrow's game is his starting defensive lineup as he has a host of options to select from. Photo credit: Diario Sport
Frenkie de Jong's typically superb performance in midfield was one of the few bright spots in Barcelona's 1-1 draw with Athletic Bilbao at San Mames. The Dutchman showed why he will be a key member of the Catalan giants' side in the coming years. The former Ajax prodigy is mobile, technical, relentless, and courageous,0 After a stellar season with Barcelona in 2020-21, de Jong appears to be carrying his momentum into the new campaign.
For only the second time in Barcelona’s history, Barca opened a European campaign with back-to-back defeats after losing 3-0 to Benfica on Wednesday night in Lisbon, having also lost to the same scoreline at home to Bayern Munich two weeks ago. This has led fans to demand sacking of Ronald Koeman.
The struggling Dutchman has had difficult times since joining the club last summer, and has failed to perform and live up to potentials in his new club. His agent has however admitted that he is concerned the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo will push his client further down the pecking order at Old Trafford.