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New Barcelona coach will inherit Messi and the team's flaws

When you get to manage Lionel Messi, it sounds downright silly to talk about the challenges awaiting Barcelona's coach-to-be.

Yet whoever the Catalan club picks to replace Luis Enrique on Monday will not just be handed a star-studded team led by one of the best players in the world.

The chosen one will also inherit a handful of small, but serious flaws whose handling will determine whether he is a success or failure.

Media speculation has placed Ernesto Valverde, who recently left Athletic Bilbao, and current Everton coach Ronald Koeman as the leading candidates to replace a worn-out Luis Enrique.

"On Monday, we will know officially and the coach that comes will have the qualities to carry this team forward," Andres Iniesta said after Barcelona salvaged its otherwise disappointing season by winning the Copa del Rey on Saturday.

"Now our task is to keep winning," Iniesta said.

Source- PTI

 
 
           
 
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