Take a look at how the players fared during the season
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Reviewing the best games of Barcelona’s 2016/17 season.
The new season is virtually here, so we will quickly recap how the players performed last season. First, the goalkeepers.
Reviewing Marc Bartra's 2013-14 season.
Review of Gerard Pique's 2013-14 season.
Review of Jose Manuel Pinto's 2013-14 season
A look back at Victor Valdes' injury shortened 2013-14 season.
A round-by-round recap of FC Barcelona's route to the 2014 Copa del Rey final, complete with a few statistics on the campaign
The last player to have his season reviewed is Cristian Tello. The young winger had a solid season, but he left a feeling that he could've achieved more.
A look back at David Villa's third (and what appears to be his last) season with FC Barcelona.
Reviewing Barcelona forward's, Pedro Rodriguez, second consecutive disappointing season
Playing in his second season with the Catalan club Alexis Sanchez started the season slow, but left the fans excited about the future by the way he ended the campaign.
A look back at the 2012-13 season of the recently departed Thiago.
In his second season back in the Catalan capital Cesc once again started the season as one of the best players on the team, but his form dropped significantly toward the end of the year.
Xavi might have faded toward the end of the season, but regardless he was still the fulcrum of Barcelona's attacking game.
Reviewing the season of Barcelona's arguably best player outside of Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta.
Next in line for a review is Alex Song. The defensive midfielder completed his debut season in Catalonia with mixed results.
If you have ever seen my posts in the comments sections of BarcaBlaugranes, I tend to voraciously focus on tactics and potential transfers. But first, here are my thoughts on why Barca's motto is more important than ever.
Reviewing the season of one of the best, if not the best, defensive midfielders in the world - the often not liked - Sergio Busquets
Reviewing another season in which Eric Abidal yet again completed a miraculous after major surgery.
Reviewing Marc Bartra's debut season with the Barcelona first team, in which he struggled to get on the pitch.
Reviewing Martin Montoya's first season as a member of Barcelona's first team.
It was a difficult season for Carles Puyol who struggled through two severe injuries, one of which forced him to end the season prematurely.
Reviewing the season of often injured Barcelona's utility defender Adriano Correia
Next up for review is Jordi Alba, FC Barcelona's primary left-back who completed his first season for the Catalan club.
Reviewing Javier Mascherano's season who began the year in rotation, but would've ended the season as the most used center-back had a knee injury not stopped him.