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Luis Enrique has won eight out of 10 possible titles

With three titles still possible this season, Luis Enrique has won a Champions League, two Ligas, two Copa del Rey, a European Super Cup, a Club World Cup and a Spanish Super Cup.


Luis Enrique's Barcelona trophy haul

Luis Enrique has announced he's leaving Barcelona, and at the moment of the statement, after Barcelona's crushing 6-1 win over Sporting it's worth taking stock of what the coach has achieved in his two and a half years at the club.

In total Luis Enrique has won eight of the 10 trophies possible so far, with those of 2016/17 still to be decided.

Barcelona celebrate their 2015 Champions League triumph
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Barcelona celebrate their 2015 Champions League triumph

Luis Enrique: eight of 10 titles

Since Luis Enrique arrived in the Barça dugout in 2014, Barcelona have won the Champions League (2014/15), two Ligas (2014/15 and 2015/16), two Copas del Rey (2014/15 and 2015/16), a Spanish Super Cup (2015), a European Super Cup (2015) and a Club World Cup (2015). The titles he missed out on were the Spanish Super Cup in 2015 (beaten by Athletic) and last year's Champions League (knocked out by Atlético Madrid).

Three titles still possible for Luis Enrique

Luis Enrique can still pick up another three titles, though winning all of them looks difficult.

Barcelona in the Copa del Rey final

Barcelona are in the final of the Copa del Rey, where they'll play Alavés on 27 May.

Barcelona top of LaLiga

They are now top of LaLiga, after Real Madrid dropped points tonight against Sporting (Real Madrid 3-3 Sporting Gijón), though the fate of the Championship is still in Zidane's side's hands as they have a game in hand.

Barcelona need an incredible comeback in the Champions League 

The most difficult challenge for Luis Enrique is the Champions League, where Barça need to turn around a 4-0 first leg deficit against PSG.

Barcelona fans turn against Luis Enrique 

And it was that thrashing in Paris that led to a large section of the Barcelona fans (many who were never convinced by Luis Enrique's appointment in the first place) finally fully turning against him.

In Barças's next game at home against Alavés, large numbers of Barcelona fans whistled the coach and songs sung by some sections of the crowd in his support.

Luis Enrique bows out

Luis Enrique will now be leaving the club after this season, to rest, while the Barcelona fans who never backed him will continue to say anyone could have won everything he won... so long as they had Messi in their team. 

Follow the match LaLiga 2016/2017 date 26 : Barcelona –Celta.


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