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FC Barcelona
2009–10 season
Manager Spain Josep Guardiola
Chairman Spain Joan Laporta
La Liga 2nd
Copa del Rey Round of 16
UEFA Super Cup Winners
FIFA Club World Cup Winners
Supercopa de España Winners
UEFA Champions League Quarter-finals
Top goalscorer League: Lionel Messi (22)
All: Lionel Messi (31)
Home colours
Away colours

In 2009–10, Futbol Club Barcelona started the new season with the prospect of winning six major competitions in the 2009–2010 season. They contested for the Supercopa de España, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, Copa del Rey, La Liga, and the UEFA Champions League. During the summer transfer window, the club swapped their top league goal scorer during the treble season, Samuel Eto'o to Italy's Internazionale in exchange for Zlatan Ibrahimović, along with 46 million, bringing the total to €69 million, which currently makes it third on the highest transfer fees in football history.

Contents

Overview

Over the summer of 2009, along with Ibrahimović, Barcelona reinforced their squad with the signings of Internazionale defender Maxwell, Brazilian club Palmeiras forward Keirrison (sent on loan with Portuguese club Benfica, then loaned out during the Winter transfer window to Italian side Fiorentina), and Ukrainian team Shakhtar Donetsk defender Dmytro Chygrynskiy. Continuing its tradition of using canteranos on the first team, Barcelona manager Josep Guardiola also promoted four players from the youth reserves, Jonathan dos Santos, Jeffrén Suárez, Andreu Fontàs, and Marc Muniesa.[1] Barcelona player Henrique, previously on loan with German side Bayer Leverkusen, briefly rejoined the squad for the pre-season but was again loaned out, this time to Spanish side Racing Santander.

Off the field events

On 23 September, it was discovered by Catalan newspaper El Periódico of an investigation into the daily lives of four possible candidates for the Barcelona presidential election in 2010. The investigation was authorized by FC Barcelona’s director general Joan Oliver, who hired investigating company Metodo 3 to gather daily information on Vice President of Institution and Assets Administration Joan Franquesa, Vice President for Marketing and Media Jaume Ferrer, Vice President for Finance and Treasurer Joan Boix, Vice President for Sport Rafael Yuste between late March and early April of 2009.[2] Oliver stated in a press conference the next day at the Camp Nou that "Barça did no spying but were just protecting the entity of the club."[3]

President Joan Laporta stated that "this happened five months ago. Certain events happened and when I found out about them, the corresponding explanations were given. These explanations were understood and accepted since no law was broken. He added that "it was understood that the reports that were asked for were within the limits of legality and were to protect the affected parties and the club. Therefore, the page was turned and the case was closed." Laporta also said that "we are better than we have ever been in our entire history in our methods of operation, and now, because they want to destabilise us, people drag up issues like these. We will continue the same way, because everyone does it as well. We are used to living under pressure and people trying to destabilise us… Barça is united and united we are unbeatable."

Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola stated that "he has shielded the squad from the scandal of the investigation" and that "the subject has not been spoken of in the locker room and even the captains have not mentioned it, there's total concentration."[4]

On 11 November, Vice-President Joan Franquesa handed in his resignation for "personal reasons". Continuing the turmoil in the Barcelona Board-Room.[5] President Joan Laporta took action by restructuring the board of directors and making Albert Perrín, the new Vice-President. Laporta stated "he was making changes for these individuals to get to know the best club better."[6]

Ballon d'Or & FIFA World Player of the Year

On 01 December, France Football Magazine announced Lionel Messi was the winner of the 2009 Ballon d'Or, thus making him the 9th player while playing at Barcelona and the first Argentine & canterano from La Masia to win the coveted footballer prize.[7][8][9] Messi dedicated his triumph at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper to "my family, who have always been by my side and my teammates at Barça who've done everything to ensure I could win the award". He also addressed his team-mates Xavi Hernández and Andrés Iniesta, who finished third and fourth respectively, "they've given everything for Barça and they deserve their recognition. If I'd had a vote I would have voted for any of the Barça players."[10]

On 21 December, Messi was named 2009 FIFA World Player of the Year at the Kongresshaus Zürich in Zürich, Switzerland. Messi claimed the prize by a record vote with a considerable wide margin, receiving 1,073 votes to Real Madrid Cristiano Ronaldo 352 votes, who finished second after winning the year before. Team-mates Xavi and Iniesta finished in third and fifth respectively, closing out 2009 as one of the most memorable years in FC Barcelona history.[11]

On 16 January, Messi became the youngest player to score 100 official goals for the Catalan club. He achieved the feat by scoring a brace in a league match vs Sevilla at the Camp Nou. He stated "It was a relief to get the goal" and "the truth is that with all the big things that have happened to me, well I’m not giving them too much importance. I just try and live quietly and normally and keep my eye on achieving more." [12]

IFFHS Awards

On 13 January, the International Federation of Football History & Statistic named Xavi Hernández the 2009 World’s Best Playmaker and both teammates Lionel Messi and Andrés Iniesta received second and fourth place respectively. Along with Xavi, manager Pep Guardiola received the World Club Coach 2009. Further increasing the honors received by Barcelona players in 2009. [13]

FIFA Club World Cup & season friendly

On 06 November, director general Joan Oliver confirmed that Barcelona would play a friendly in Kuwait on 21 December against Kuwaiti club Kazma Sporting Club at Al-Sadaqua Walsalam Stadium. It took place after the FIFA Club World Cup which was being hosted in the same region by the United Arab Emirates.[14] The match finished 1–1 with both goals coming in the last 10 minutes of the match in front of a sold out crowd that gathered 45 minutes ahead of the kick-off time.[15] Barcelona received €1.7 million to participate in the match.[16]

On 16 December, Pedro became the first player in history to score in six different club competitions during a single season. He scored in La Liga, Copa del Rey, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, Supercopa de España and the FIFA Club World Cup. [17]

On 19 December, Barcelona was crowned FIFA Club World Cup champion with a 1–2 win over Argentine club Estudiantes in the final, making it the sixth title they've won in 2009 and the first club to accomplish that feat within one calendar year known as The Sextuple.[18]

Players

Squad information

N
P
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Since
App
Goals
Ends
Transfer fee
Notes
1 GK ESPSpain V. Valdés (VC) 28 EU 2002 340 0 2014 Youth system
2 RB BRABrazil Dani Alves 26 EU 2008 82 8 2012 €29M
3 CB ESPSpain Piqué 23 EU 2008 76 6 2012 €5M
4 CB MEXMexico Márquez 31 EU 2003 230 11 2012 €5M
5 DF ESPSpain Puyol (C) 31 EU 1999 470 8 2013 Youth system
6 CM ESPSpain Xavi (VC) 30 EU 1998 510 52 2014 Youth system
8 CM ESPSpain A. Iniesta (VC) 25 EU 2002 299 23 2015 Youth system
9 FW SWESweden Ibrahimović 28 EU 2009 30 15 2014 €49M + Samuel Eto'o
10 RW ARGArgentina Messi 22 EU 2004 192 103 2016 Youth system
11 FW ESPSpain Bojan 19 EU 2007 112 26 2013 Youth system
13 GK ESPSpain Pinto 34 EU 2008 18 0 2010 €0.5M
14 LW FRAFrance Henry 32 EU 2007 109 47 2011 €24M
15 CM MLIMali Keita 30 EU 2008 74 12 2012 €14M
16 DM ESPSpain Sergio 21 EU 2008 73 4 2013 Youth system
17 FW ESPSpain Pedro 22 EU 2008 48 15 2014 Youth system
18 CB ARGArgentina Milito 29 EU 2007 47 1 2012 €20.5M
19 LB BRABrazil Maxwell 28 EU 2009 15 0 2014 €4.5M
20 FW ESPSpain Jeffrén 22 EU 2008 12 0 2014 Youth system
21 CB UKRUkraine Chygrynskiy 23 NoN 2009 12 0 2014 €25M
22 LB FRAFrance Abidal 30 EU 2007 102 0 2012 €15M
24 DM CIVCôte d'Ivoire Touré Yaya 26 NoN 2007 98 5 2013 €9M Under Bosman ruling

Last updated: 19 February
Source: FCBarcelona.cat, Players in / out, Wikipedia players' articles, ESPN (for appearances and goals) and footballdatabase.com (for EU passport)
Ordered by Last season starting 11 and position on pitch (from back right to front left).

Total squad cost: €200 million

From youth system

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
28 Mexico MF Jonathan dos Santos
29 Spain MF Víctor Vázquez
30 Spain GK Rubén Miño
31 Israel FW Gai Assulin
32 Spain DF Andreu Fontàs
No. Position Player
33 Spain DF Marc Muniesa
34 Spain MF Thiago Alcántara
36 Spain FW Jonathan Soriano
40 Spain DF Marc Bartra

Players in / out

In

N
P
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving from
Type
Transfer
window
Ends
Transfer
fee
Source
23 DF BRABrazil Henrique 23 NoN Bayer Leverkusen Germany End of loan Summer transfer window 2012 n/a
19 LB BRABrazil Maxwell 27 EU Internazionale Italy Transfer Summer transfer window 2014 €4.5M
+ €0.5M in variables
Barcelona.cat
FW BRABrazil Keirrison 20 NoN Palmeiras Brazil Transfer Summer transfer window 2014 €14M
+ €2M in variables
Barcelona.cat
9 FW SWESweden Ibrahimović 27 EU Internazionale Italy Transfer Summer transfer window 2014 €49M
+ Samuel Eto'o[19]
Barcelona.cat
21 DF UKRUkraine Chygrynskiy 22 NoN Shakhtar Donetsk Ukraine Transfer Summer transfer window 2014 €25M Barcelona.cat

Total spending: €92.5 million + Samuel Eto'o

Out

N
P
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving to
Type
Transfer
window
Transfer
fee
Source
DF ESPSpain Botía 19 EU Sporting de Gijón Loan Summer transfer window Loan
16 LB BRABrazil Sylvinho 35 EU Manchester City England Contract ended Summer transfer window n/a FCBarcelona.cat
9 FW CMRCameroon Eto'o 27 EU Internazionale Italy Swap Summer transfer window Part-exchange for
Ibrahimović
FCBarcelona.cat
21 MF BLRBelarus Hleb 28 NoN Stuttgart Germany Loan Summer transfer window Loan FCBarcelona.cat
2 DF URUUruguay Cáceres 22 NoN Juventus Italy Loan Summer transfer window Loan FCBarcelona.cat
FW BRABrazil Keirrison 20 NoN Fiorentina Italy Loan Summer transfer window Loan fcbarcelona.cat
DF ESPSpain V. Sánchez 22 EU Xerez Loan Summer transfer window Loan FCBarcelona.cat
25 GK ESPSpain Jorquera 31 EU Girona Contract ended Summer transfer window n/a FCBarcelona.cat
23 DF BRABrazil Henrique 23 NoN Racing Santander Spain Loan Summer transfer window Loan realracingclub.com
7 AM ISLIceland Guðjohnsen 31 EU Monaco France Transfer Summer transfer window €2M asm-fc.com

Total income: €2 million.

Player statistics

Starting XI

4–3–3 Formation

Squad stats

Total UEFA Champions League La Liga Copa del Rey Others1
N
P
Name
Nat.
GS
App
Goals
Min
App
Goals
App
Goals
App
Goals
App
Goals
Notes
1 GK V. Valdés ESPSpain 39 39 -23 2940 8 -4 26 -16 5 -3
13 GK Pinto ESPSpain 4 4 -2 360 4 -2
2 DF Dani Alves BRABrazil 34 35 3 2777 7 19 3 4 5
3 DF Piqué ESPSpain 33 34 3 2590 8 1 20 2 1 5
4 DF Márquez MEXMexico 11 21 1 914 3 11 1 3 4
5 DF Puyol ESPSpain 35 35 1 2566 7 21 1 2 5
18 DF Milito ARGArgentina 5 8 191 2 5 1
19 DF Maxwell BRABrazil 20 21 1049 3 14 3 1
21 DF Chygrynskiy UKRUkraine 10 12 852 10 2
22 DF Abidal FRAFrance 24 26 2194 6 14 2 4
32 DF Fontàs ESPSpain 2 38 1 1
40 DF M. Bartra ESPSpain 1 1
6 MF Xavi ESPSpain 37 39 6 2951 7 1 25 2 2 2 5 1
8 MF A. Iniesta ESPSpain 29 37 1 2014 8 25 1 3 1
15 MF Keita MLIMali 25 28 6 2149 6 17 6 1 4
16 MF Sergio ESPSpain 25 37 1 1927 6 23 3 5 1
24 MF Touré Yaya CIVCôte d'Ivoire 20 23 1423 6 11 1 5
28 MF Jonathan MEXMexico 2 4 157 1 1 2
34 MF Thiago ESPSpain 1 2 1 70 1 1 1
9 FW Ibrahimović SWESweden 28 34 15 2297 7 2 21 12 2 1 4
10 FW Messi ARGArgentina 30 37 31 2433 7 4 23 22 3 1 4 4
11 FW Bojan ESPSpain 9 26 5 764 3 1 15 1 4 2 4 1
14 FW Henry FRAFrance 20 25 3 1508 5 15 3 1 4
17 FW Pedro ESPSpain 21 37 17 1665 5 3 23 7 4 3 5 4
20 FW Jeffrén ESPSpain 4 11 276 1 6 2 2
31 FW Gai ISRIsrael 1 1 57 1
36 FW Soriano ESPSpain 1 6 1

Last updated: 17 March
Source: FCBarcelona.cat
Ordered by {{{o}}}
0 shown as blank
1 Other Competitions: Supercopa de España, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup

Disciplinary records

N
P
Nat.
Name
Yellow card Second yellow cardSecond yellow card Red card Notes
1 GK ESPSpain V. Valdés
13 GK ESPSpain Pinto
2 DF BRABrazil Dani Alves 2
3 DF ESPSpain Piqué 6 1
4 DF MEXMexico Márquez 2 1
5 DF ESPSpain Puyol 6
18 DF ARGArgentina Milito
19 DF BRABrazil Maxwell 2
21 DF UKRUkraine Chygrynskiy 2
22 DF FRAFrance Abidal 2
6 MF ESPSpain Xavi 2
8 MF ESPSpain A. Iniesta 1
15 MF MLIMali Keita 5
16 MF ESPSpain Sergio 4 1
24 MF CIVCôte d'Ivoire Touré Yaya 2
9 FW SWESweden Ibrahimović 6 1
10 FW ARGArgentina Messi 1
11 FW ESPSpain Bojan
14 FW FRAFrance Henry 1
17 FW ESPSpain Pedro 1
20 FW ESPSpain Jeffrén 1

Last updated: 14 March
Source: Competitive matches
Only competitive matches
Yellow card = Number of bookings; Second yellow cardSecond yellow card = Number of sending offs after a second yellow card; Red card = Number of sending offs by a direct red card.

Club

Coaching staff

Position Staff
Manager Spain Josep Guardiola
Assistant manager Spain Tito Vilanova
Goalkeeping coach Spain Juan Carlos Unzué

Last updated: 02 December
Source: FCBarcelona.cat

Competitions

Overall

As in nine out of the last ten seasons,[20] Barcelona is going to be present in all major competitions: La Liga, the UEFA Champions League and the Copa del Rey. The previous season's treble success means that Barcelona will also contest the FIFA Club World Cup, the European Super Cup and the Supercopa de España. The side will also be present in the Copa Catalunya.

Competition Started round Current
position / round
Final
position / round
First match Last match
La Liga Second 30 August 16 May
European Super Cup Final Winner 28 August
FIFA Club World Cup Semi-final Winner 16 December 19 December
Supercopa de España Final Winner 16 August 23 August
Copa del Rey Round of 32 Round of 16 28 October 13 January
UEFA Champions League Group stage Quarter-finals 16 September

Last updated: 17 March
Source: Competitions' Wikipedia articles.

La Liga

Standings

P
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Real Madrid 26 21 2 3 71 21 +50 65 2010–11 UEFA Champions League Group stage
2 Barcelona 26 20 5 1 64 16 +48 65
3 Valencia 26 13 8 5 42 29 +13 47

Updated to games played on 14 March
Source: LFP and Yahoo! Sport
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head points; 3rd head-to-head goal difference; 4th head-to-head goals scored; 5th goal difference; 6th goals scored.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (Q) = Qualified to respective phase of tournament; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Head-to-Head: used when two or more teams need the head-to-head rules to break a tie.

Results summary

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
26 20 5 1 64 16 +48 65 12 1 0 37 8 +29 8 4 1 27 8 +19

Last updated: 14 March
Source: Competitive Matches

Results by round

Round 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Ground H A H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H
Result W W W W W W D W D W D W W W W D W W W W W L W W D W
Position 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2

Last updated: 14 March.
Source: Competitive Matches
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Lose; W = Win; P = Postponed.

UEFA Champions League

Group F

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Spain Barcelona 6 3 2 1 7 3 +4 11
Italy Internazionale 6 2 3 1 7 6 +1 9
Russia Rubin Kazan 6 1 3 2 4 7 −3 6
Ukraine Dynamo Kyev 6 1 2 3 7 9 −2 5
  BAR RUB DK INT
Barcelona 1–2 2–0 2–0
Rubin Kazan 0–0 0–0 1–1
Dynamo Kyev 1–2 3–1 1–2
Internazionale 0–0 2–0 2–2

Last updated: 09 December
Source: UEFA Champions League

Competitive

La Liga

Kickoff times are in CET.






































Supercopa de España


Barcelona 5–1 on aggregate.

UEFA Super Cup

UEFA Champions League

Group Stage






Round of 16


Barcelona 5–1 on aggregate.

Quarter-final


Copa del Rey

Round of 32


Barcelona 7–0 on aggregate.

Round of 16


Barcelona 2–2 Sevilla on aggregate. Sevilla won on away goals.

FIFA Club World Cup


Friendly

Pre-season

M
Date
Tournament
Round
Ground
Opponent
Score1
Report
1 24 July Wembley Cup 1 day N England Tottenham Hotspur England 1 – 1
2 26 July Wembley Cup 2 day N England Al-Ahly Egypt 4 – 1
3 1 August USA Tour N United States LA Galaxy United States 2 – 1
4 5 August USA Tour A United States Seattle Sounders FC United States 4 – 0
5 9 August USA Tour N United States Guadalajara Mexico 1 – 1
6 19 August Joan Gamper Trophy Final H Manchester City England 0 – 1

Last updated: 26 November
Source: FC Barcelona
1Barcelona goals come first.
National flags for Ground and Opponent columns are only shown when different to that of Barcelona.
M = Match; Ground: H = Home, A = Away, N = Neutral, HR = Home replacement, AR = Away replacement.

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