03 January 2012

Xavi: "It will be difficult to keep my job for a long time"

The Terrassa explains that attempts to maintain the highest level until you retire at Barça and acknowledges that it takes to emerge a young crack squad who retire.


Xavi Hernandez was interviewed by a media of Algiers during the last call which was attended by the Spanish in Madrid, in early December.

The two Algerian journalists praise for Terrassa player in an extensive interview in French that have been published and can be read here .

Among other things, the finalist to win the Golden Ball, spoke about the values ​​of Barca, who instilled in him as a child in la Masía.

Xavi said that "Guardiola often repeated to us that we support and above all we play for fun, we enjoy what we do. These are the values ​​that have always transmitted in la Masía."

In this line, the player who turns 32 next January 25, praised the level of competetitividad that emerges from the bowels of the FC Barcelona: "I know that there is strong competition and will be difficult to keep my job for a long time, the worse will do my best that so and to finish my career at Barcelona laughing at a good level. "

Algerian journalists are impressed by the humility that follows Xavi, who despite having conquered all having an absolute role in the triumphs of Barca and the Spanish team, not afraid to admit that you will soon see a young prodigy who finished retiring.

Returning to la Masía, Xavi explained that "we were taught to think before getting the ball, lifting his head, protecting the ball and look to partner."

The '6' Barca went on to say that "besides being a football school is a school of life, not only must respect your partner, also an opponent, the referee and the fans." (via SPORT)