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Luis Enrique is Obsessed with Below Par Andre Gomes

Luis Enrique is Obsessed with Below Par Andre Gomes
Luis Enrique  Obsessed with Below Par  Andre Gomes

The Portuguese Midfielder had started in as many games as possible for the Blauguara this season and yet all he has to show for it is just a goal amid many errors thats as caused the Catalan team vital points this season.

According to Marca, Wherever Gomes plays, the statistics are evidence enough that he's hardly justified the 37 appearances and 2000 minutes that Luis Enrique has awarded in the player's maiden campaign at the Camp Nou, making it out as if he's the coach's personal project.

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Pretty much every other player can better the Portuguese's single goal tally for the season - coming in the 89th minute of a home win over Valencia - as Rafinha, six league strikes, Arda Turan (three) and Ivan Rakitic (five) all appear to be below Gomes in the pecking order.Even Paco Alcacer and Aleix Vidal, players barely used by Luis Enrique, have outscored the 23-year-old whilst Denis Suarez simply cannot get a game, begging the question:

 what has Gomes done to deserve such dis-proportioned opportunities?

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