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Coach Luis Enrique

As a player, Gijon-born Luis Enrique was noted for his temperament and stamina as well as his versatility. Usually an attacking midfielder, he has appeared in every position except central defender and goalkeeper.

Enrique played for both Real Madrid and Barcelona, appearing more than 500 times and scoring in excess of 100 goals. Capped 62 times by Spain, he played in three World Cups and one European Championship.

Enrique began coaching in 2008 with Barcelona B at the age of 38, moving to Roma three years later. He saw Celta Vigo to a ninth-place finish in 2013–14 before taking up the Camp Nou hot seat.

1

Victor Valdes

G

13

Jose Manuel Pinto

G

25

Oier Olazabal

G

2

Martin Montoya

D

3

Gerard Pique

D

5

Carles Puyol

D

15

Marc Bartra

D

18

Jordi Alba

D

21

Adriano Correia

D

22

Dani Alves

D

4

Cesc Fabregas

M

6

Xavi Hernandez

M

8

Andres Iniesta

M

12

Jonathan dos Santos

M

14

Javier Mascherano

M

16

Sergio Busquets

M

17

Alex Song

M

19

Ibrahim Afellay

M

24

Sergi Roberto

M

7

Pedro Rodriguez

A

9

Alexis Sanchez

A

10

Lionel Messi

A

11

Neymar

A

20

Cristian Tello

A

22

Isaac Cuenca

A

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