Pablo Bakero ‘Ello! I am Pablo Bakero. People call me Pablo. I played professionally for Barcelona, Real Madrid, Valencia, Osasuna, Celta Vigo, Atletico Madrid, Boca Juniors and Exeter City during my 25 year playing career. I later took on various coaching role for teams in the Cotswolds before being selected as the proud manager of the Spanish national team. Since retiring from my long and illustrious playing and managerial career in Shin Kicking, however, I have decided to take up a career in football journalism (a sport I previously knew nothing about, but one that they say shares the odd trait with my own beloved sport).

Daniel Agger to Barcelona?

Pablo’s View: Agger or Luiz?

06 August 2013 at 6:46pm

Its not very often that transfer rumours attached to Barcelona revolve around a central defender, but that seems to be the case at the moment. New manager Tata Martino has had 2 tasks on the transfer front since taking over at Camp Nou: Firstly ensuring that the future of Cesc Fabregas is at Barcelona and […]

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Cesc Fabregas

Fab deal or a load of Gas?

26 July 2013 at 7:14am

Manchester United’s approach for Cesc Fabregas has been little short of farcical. David Moyes seems determined to sign a marquee player this summer to prove that even with the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson, United can still attract the big name players. However, by playing this saga out in the public eye, Moyes seems set […]

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Valencia's Aly Cissokho and Roberto Soldado

Valencia’s Aly Cissokho and Roberto Soldado

25 July 2013 at 1:55pm

For his Espangol induction, Pablo Bakero reports on the plights of Valencia duo Aly Cissokho and Roberto Soldado… Liverpool FC are thought to be close to finalizing a deal to sign Valencia full back Aly Cissokho. The Frenchman seems to be sitting on the fence with a couple of quotes released in the last couple […]

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