BARCELONA (SPAIN) – Pending the return of the Spanish Liga, Luis Enrique was interviewed by the Barcelona thematic channel.
The current technical commissioner of the Spanish national team has revealed a background on the Champions League final between his Barcelona and Juventus.
The former Roma manager motivated his players by saying:
"If I were in Juve I would do it, it is impossible to stop all our champions."
The Spaniards won three to one and won the treble in 2015, a feat which was a few years earlier by Mourinho's Inter (2010).
In reality his Barcelona was not limited to this since in that magical year Luis Enrique won practically everything:
Liga, King's Cup, Champions League, European and World Club Super Cup.
The statements of the Asturian technician are reported by goal.com.
"I asked them," What's the worst thing you think can happen to you in the final? "
Xavi and Dani Alves, veterans in general, responded with things about football:
"Don't be faithful to our style", things like that.
Instead I said:
“The worst thing that can happen to you tomorrow is to be a Juventus player and face Barça.
Imagine what it means to mark Suarez, Neymar, Messi, Iniesta, Busquets.
Imagine having to score a goal to Ter Stegen, having to finish against Piqué or Mascherano, defend the climbs of Dani Alves.
If I were the coach of Juve and I talked about Barça, I would fall on it. "
Source: Blitz Quotidiano