This Week’s Show
You get to hear a little about Brien’s other life as a musician and some big news for Barça Talk on Spotify in the intro. We get on to business with listener comments about Pique, Thiago Alcantara, and Hirving Lozano; and we unveil Samuel Umtiti’s official Barça Talk nickname (9:10), then we get on to some small news items from the club (22:56). Then we shift to recap how Barça B and FCB Femení did this past week (31:25). Our feature story covers the 1991-92 Dream Team and the lasting impact they and Johann Cruyff have had on Barcelona (36:36), and we close things looking ahead to the next two matches Barça will have in La Liga and the Champions League (66:51).
About FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona is one of the most popular football clubs in the world, the Catalan giants were founded more than 115 years ago. FC Barcelona is currently a sports entity which includes basketball, handball, hockey, ice-hockey, figure skating, indoor football, rugby, baseball, volleyball and women’s football sections. The football team is the only side to have qualified for European competition every year since its inauguration in 1955. There are now a total of 105,706 members and 1,508 supporters clubs.
About the Podcast
Barça Talk is produced by and for fans of FC Barcelona, one of the largest and most widely recognized and beloved football (soccer) clubs in the world. The hosts, Brien Henderson and Gabriel Quiroga, are both devoted fans of the club and every episode engages a community of fellow English-speaking fans by discussing news about FCB and reviewing games from a fan’s perspective.
About the Hosts
Brien is a composer and musician by training. Originally from Southern California, he spent a decade in San Francisco and now does his work in Buffalo, NY. He discovered F.C. Barcelona in 2010 and has been a devoted fan ever since. FCB is his passion.
Gabriel is from the Bay Area and is currently living in Madrid as an English teacher. Gabriel’s love affair with Barça began with the original Ronaldo where he was a phenom for the Blaugrana and has been following them ever since. Gabriel tries to see Barça once a year and continues to play football whenever he gets a chance.
Thanks For The Support
We are a new podcast trying to get more followers and listeners, if you love FC Barcelona as much as we do, tell your friends who like FC Barcelona or La Liga football about the podcast. Let us know what else you may want to hear in future episodes and send us any questions or comments you may have. If you have questions about attending a future Barça match and want some advice, any questions about Spanish culture, or just general questions about the club; let us know. Thanks for listening, Visça Barça!