The 44-year-old succeeded Pep Guardiola as Barca B coach and led them back to the second tier of Spanish football for the first time in 11 years in his second season
Just two days after ending a first season in six years without a major trophy, Barcelona have turned to one of their own in former captain Luis Enrique to restore the glory days at the Camp Nou.
The move to go for someone who has plenty of playing and coaching experience at the club comes as little surprise after an ill-fated season for Argentine Gerardo Martino.
Hired just two weeks before the campaign began due to Tito Vilanova’s sudden resignation as he fought a battle with cancer, Martino proved to be out of his depth at one of the biggest clubs in the world in his first experience of European football as a coach.
Whilst he was…
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