FC Barcelona – Gerard Pique: “Saturday will be my last match at Camp Nou”

Gerard Pique has decided to close the chapter. But also the whole book. In a video posted on social networks on Thursday, the Barça defender announced that he would play his last match at Camp Nou on Saturday evening. “My childhood dreams have come true, it’s time to close the loop (…) I always said that after Barca there would be no other team, and so it will be“, he announces.

Saturday evening, against Almeria, Piqué will therefore wear the Blaugrana jersey for the last time. From the height of his 35 years, the one who has inexorably fallen back in the hierarchy of his team’s defenders has therefore preferred to say stop now. “Many people have been talking about me for several months, weeks. So far, I haven’t said anything. But now I want to be the one talking about me. Like many of you, I have always supported Barça (…) From a very young age, I did not want to be a football player, but to be a Barça player. (…) It’s been 25 years since I arrived at Barça. I left, I came back. Football gave me everything. Barça gave me everything. You Culers gave me everything “, says the defender, believing that all his dreams have “accomplished“.

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An exceptional track record

Arrived at Barça at the age of 10, Piqué left Catalonia from 2004 to 2008 for the Manchester United Academy, where he won a first Champions League (2008), before returning to the club of his heart. . He can boast three Champions Leagues (2009, 2011, 2015), eight La Liga titles (2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019) and even seven Spanish Cups (2009, 2012, 2015). , 2016, 2017, 2018, 2021). With his selection, there was obviously this double World Cup – Euro in 2010 and 2012. In total: 31 titles and 666 matches. Before a 667th, perhaps.

To conclude, the defender announces that he will return to Barca one day. “I will support the team, I will transmit the love of Barça to my children as my family did with me. And you know me. Sooner or later I will be back. See you at Camp Nou. Visca Barca. Still“, he concludes in a sequence full of emotions. He will have experienced thousands of them at Camp Nou. He will live one last on Saturday evening.

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