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7 June 2015
Barcelona was far from a happy place when Johan Cruyff walked back through the door as coach in 1988. More than 25 years on, his legacy is keenly felt at the Nou Camp and beyond, writes Andrew Murray...
15 January 2014
"A lot of goalkeepers congratulated me when I scored goals against them"
18 November 2013
"Roberto Baggio was a charismatic leader – he even enjoyed those games where his team were losing"
SHARES
18 November 2013
"A player can only dream about receiving such love and passion from people"
SHARES
18 November 2013
"That’s the great thing about the World Cup – if you do something spectacular you'll be remembered forever"
SHARES
18 November 2013
"With our style of play, we could have beaten Brazil"
SHARES
18 November 2013
"I burnt both ends of the candle – and I don't regret it at all”
SHARES
18 November 2013
“It boils down to them being jammy”
SHARES
18 November 2013
"Our tactics for that opening match were simply to shut out Maradona..."
SHARES
18 November 2013
"I had to balance up the options: whether I wanted to be Colombia’s No.1 fan or be a lawyer"
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