From Guardiola you could not see something
Quique Setién has premiered with Barcelona against Granada and has already left clues of what he wants. The Messi team has given 1,005 passes during the match and has had 82% of possession, a figure that has not been reached since Guardiola was training.
In addition, he has opted for young people like Riqui Puig, who explained that the new Barca coach has asked him to be “a daring player, to press up and not lose balls”.
In statements after the victory against Granada (1-0), the young Catalan medium highlighted the changes in the team's game with Setién, a style with which he feels very comfortable in the field.
"Bet on a position game, don't attack so fast and have a little more ball," Puig explained.
The midfielder, who thanked the support of the fans and teammates during the game, said he will continue playing at Barça B and working to receive more opportunities in the first team.
"I will continue as always playing in B and if I do it well and Quique gives me opportunities, I will do it with great desire," he said.