Crying after a breakup? Feel way too depressed in lockdown? Family issues? Kids rattling you at home?
We might be closing in on something that’s gonna change your days, folks.
Here’s the day, that might change everything that you feel bad about and if you’re cherishing these days, it’s the day that’s going to add way more flowers to your happy vase, the day to cheer you up. YES. The sunny days are back. It’s the return of La Liga. And, FC Barcelona is going to be playing after a total of 107 agonizing days this weekend, the day we get to see the wizard from Rosario dance around a sphere sharing joy to the entire globe, the day we get to see the Cules donning the Blaugrana once again. The day might have arrived late, but it has come nonetheless.
Barcelona are going to travel to Palma, in the Balearic Islands to face off against Mallorca in the 28th fixture of the ongoing La Liga season. It can be one oddball occasion, perhaps, because of all the remaining fixtures of the season to be played behind closed doors, but it’s Barca, even so. You might be hearing some loud voices in the stadiums, shouts from the benches and players directing the play on the field, but it’s FC Barcelona playing football again; the reason to be overjoyed in this somewhat difficult situation.
We’ll have almost the entire squad fit for the game against Mallorca including Leo Messi who had speculations running around about his fitness in the recent week. Luis Suarez, the gunman, will be back after quite some time, but boss Quique Setien has insisted he’d not be a part of whole 90 minutes and it’ll be “reckless” for him if he would. The fitness of the entire squad will be helpful with the enforcement of the new 5 substitutions rule because of the ongoing pandemic. This might sound a bit odd, but, the empty stadiums might just prove to be vital in improving the away form of the team which has been on the downside recently.
So, grab your remote, get your laptops, grab a beer and get ready for the ninety minutes of relief.
Here’s to FC Barcelona and here’s to La Liga, again.