As far as almost any Barcelona fan is concerned, when the name Pedro Gonzalez is mentioned, the other player that immediately comes to mind is the club’s legend Andreas Iniesta. Young midfielder Pedro has attracted a lot of comparisons with the club’s former legendary midfielder due to his abilities and football knowledge he shows on the pitch.

Since he was handed his debut by manager Ronald Koeman, he has been a gem indeed. He has taken up his rope admirably and has performed even more than expectations on most occasions. His brilliance on the pitch and technical abilities have been admired by the Barcelona board and they are very much interested in the idea of handing him a fresh contract that would keep him at the club for a longer period and also ward off interest from interested sides.
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Former Spurs Player Insists Scholes Was Better Than Xavi And Iniesta

According to ex-Tottenham player Jamie O’Hara, former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes was a much better player than both Iniesta and Xavi, Barcelona’s greats. O’Hara said both Iniesta and Xavi were great players in their time and also two of the greatest midfielders the football world has ever seen, but that Scholes had an upper hand over both of them as he could do anything.

During his time as a Tottenham player, O’Hara was able to play against Scholes and insisted that the former England midfielder was someone from another planet entirely, insisting that he was not just an ordinary player. Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard was also used to make Paul Scholes comparisons by O’Hara who also added that the now-Rangers manager was equally a phenomenon.
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The football world has seen a lot of legendary players come and go, but the beautiful game lives Stadium and still gives birth and rise to more fascinating players. There have been great men to have featured in and played the sport. One of these legends is Spanish midfield legend Andrés Iniesta.

The former La Masia graduate at Barcelona played and flourished for the club, and also donned the Spain shirt which he wore with pride and created many memories with.
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Former Barcelona star player Andres Iniesta says the clu b will struggle to produce a pipeline of talented youngsters like those in his time. He admits that the club’s golden generation that includes Xavi, Lionel Messi and himself might never happen again.

The famous La Masia academy proved a particularly fruitful breeding ground of young players. During the start of the millennium, stars like Iniesta among a number of players that were discovered through the academy and they would go on to play a big part in the best era for the club. Some players from that generation like Xavi and Puyol have now hung up their boots. Iniesta continues to play in Japan, while Messi, Gerard Pique and Sergio Busquets continue to play at Camp Nou.
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Andres Iniesta Rules Out His Barcelona Return

A former international footballer from Spain, Andres Iniesta has dismissed the rumors of his return to Barcelona. He has completely rejected the idea that was reported recently that he may return to the Spanish side Barcelona again. His career was considered legendary when he was at the Spanish side but it came to an end in the year 2018 and he moved to Japan along with Vissel Kobe. It was reported sometime back that the Catalan side is trying to sign him back again. Andres Iniesta is known well as a World Cup winner.

The legendary footballer from Barcelona who has had a bright career in the club will turn 36 next month. Amidst all this, the main intention for him is to see out the contract of his at the club for which he is playing at present. Regarding his returning rumors, he said that he still wants to continue playing the sport that has been his childhood love. But maybe he is relaxing more at his home these days and that will help him to prolong his career as a footballer.
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Ernesto Valverde finally got the boot thanks to Barcelona’s loss to Atletico Madrid in the semifinal of the Spanishleaguecup

Beforehand, though, former midfield wizard Andreas Iniesta gave his verdict on the media bullying of the recently sacked coach.
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Barcelona are slowly returning to their impervious best with a 4-1 whitewash of Valladolid in midweek. The victory was masterminded by Argentine superstar Lionel Messi who scored two goals and created two in what was a perfect performance.

The match also showed that Ernesto Valverde has gotten the right formula that will make Barcelona successful, especially in the midfield. The addition of Vidal has given the team an ex-factor in the midfield.
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Andres Iniesta, a Tough Player, Describes Chelsea Manager

Newly appointed manager of Chelsea, Frank Lampard has mentioned some of the names of the players whom he finds to be the toughest ones. He has specially mentioned the top three names against whom he has played and got some of his toughest times during his field days. One of them is Andres Iniesta, along with Xavi Hernandez and his current favorite, Lionel Messi.

Frank Lampard was one of the greatest midfielders of his time before he took the responsibility of becoming the manager of Chelsea. For a period of 13 years, football lovers have seen him play for Chelsea and he is known as a true legend by them for the club as well.
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Iniesta on Barcelona

Former Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta believes that his former team needs to invest in new players if they want to win the Champions League in the future. He said that all the European clubs have invested massively in recent seasons but Barcelona has remained the same.

He said that there is a relatively young team at Barcelona but they need to be assisted by some experienced players. He said that for too long the team is relying solely on Lionel Messi as well as Luis Suarez for the goals.
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Andres Iniesta Receives A ‘Pasillo’ Honor

Anders Iniesta (11th May 1984) is a Spanish professional football player. He stood for the position of a midfielder in the football team. Barcelona was the team with which he started his career in football. He served Barcelona in club matches from 2004-18 and even played for Vissel Kobe, Japanese club in the year 2018. Iniesta started his international league in 2001, playing for Spain.

It was the ultimate game that he played for Barca on 21st May 2018, at Camp Nou. The crowd displayed their support with a message of “Infinite Iniesta”. He received a “pasillo” (guard of honor) before the match. For the final time, he lined up as a captain for his team alongside with the captain of Sociedad, Asier Illarramendi. He took photographs with some players and one player out of them was Xabi, who had played for one club before the match.  The match started and soon Iniesta took his rhythm in the match. Iniesta received a standing ovation and applause from the whole crowd and even both the team took time to applause him off as an honor for serving the team. Finally, his manager congratulated him and finally, after the final whistle, Iniesta took a round around the pitch with his family members.
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