Xavi is set to take charge of Barcelona for his final match.

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Xavi Hernandez is set to take charge of Barcelona for his final match against Sevilla on the Liga stage this Sunday.

Xavi Hernandez, 44-year-old coach, opens up before leading Barcelona to play their final game against Sevilla at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan arena this Sunday. He thanked the Azulgrana board of directors for giving him the opportunity to take over the reins of the first team. According to a report from UFABET last Saturday.

Xavi expressed his confidence that he will continue as Barcelona’s coach until the end of next season a few weeks ago. Promotion ufabet But the situation changed after Joan Laporta decided to fire the 44-year-old trainer 12 months before expected. 

‘I’m fine, it’s been a tough few days. But I have a clear sense of responsibility. I am proud and happy It’s been a great two-and-a-half years. Today I spoke to the staff and players that I think we can be proud of. Because it’s not an easy situation. We gave our all. We are club people and we do a good job. Although this year we have not achieved our objectives.’

‘The experience was amazing and the learning was enormous. I want to end the season in the best way possible. And to enjoy my last game as Barcelona coach, it is an honor and a pleasure,’ said the 44-year-old trainer.

Xavi also spoke about his meeting with club president Joan Laporta on Friday. where he was officially informed of the decision to remove him from his position. 

‘Yesterday I spoke with the president. He told me why he thought it was necessary to change coaches. I just have to accept it. He is the person who makes all the decisions for the club. I will always be in charge of Barcelona. We shook hands, hugged each other and wished each other well. I want to be just another Barcelona fan and I wish the president, the sporting director And the players see only the best.’

‘They settled on the idea because they believed they wanted a change in direction at the club. I still have my aspirations and ambitions with this team. But it wasn’t like that,’ Xavi said.