We present you some FC Barcelona figures who have passed through Liga MX; With the possible arrival of Dani Alves, as is handled in speculat
Figures of FC Barcelona who have passed through Liga MX
We present you some FC Barcelona figures who have passed through Liga MX; With the possible arrival of Dani Alves, as is handled in speculation, he would join a list that has quite important names and that attract attention that they have been in Mexican soccer.
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Beyond names like Giovani and Jonathan Dos Santos, as well as Marc Crosas, Saúl Berjón and Abraham González; we have other names that stood out in a better way with the Catalan team or in the international arena and took time to get to Mexico.
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It is so we have FC Barcelona figures who have passed through Liga MX; Weighty names that have undoubtedly left their mark in one way or another within Aztec football due to the magnitude of their signings.
He was a player for FC Barcelona from 1990 to 2001, winning six leagues, 2 Copa del Rey, 3 Spanish Super Cups, one Champions League, one European Cup Winners’ Cup and two Spanish Super Cups. In Mexico he is remembered for having played for Dorados de Sinaloa.
After six years with FC Barcelona from 2003 to 2008 where he won everything; with two LaLiga titles, two Spanish Super Cups, in addition to the UEFA Champions League. From 2014 to 2015, he spent time in the Gallos de Querétaro, being one of the most remembered figures in Mexican soccer.
Diego Maradona (RIP)
Although his time with FC Barcelona was brief with just two seasons; He was enough for ‘Pelusa’ to win a Spanish League Cup, a Spanish Super Cup and a Copa del Rey; In Mexico he is remembered for arriving as technical director of the Dorados de Sinaloa between 2018 and 2019.
From 2003 to 2010 he was with Barcelona; he won 4 leagues, 1 Copa del Rey, 3 Spanish Super Cups, 2 Champions Leagues, a European Super Cup and a Club World Cup. In Mexico he played for Atlas and Club León, with the latter he won a two-time championship.
He was with the Blaugrana team from 1980 to 1988, winning one league, three Copa del Rey and one League Cup, as well as the UEFA European Cup Winners’ Cup. When his career was about to end, he joined the ranks of Pumas de la UNAM between 1996 and 1997.
Jose Maria Bakero
He played with FC Barcelona from 1988 to 1996, winning 6 league titles, 3 King’s Cups, 5 Spanish Super Cups, 1 European Cup, 2 European Cup Winners’ Cups and a European Super Cup. In 1997 he was playing for the Tiburones Rojos del Veracruz.
After seven years as a Catalan and a total of 12 titles with the club, including a UEFA Women’s Champions League, she leaves as a historic figure; in the Apertura 2022 she joins the ranks of the Tuzas de Pachuca in the Liga MX Femenil.
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