Those pointed out by Barça in the defeat at Mestalla

first_imgThis was the performance of the Barça players in the defeat at Mestalla. From Jong: Disastrous at all levels. The Dutchman this week put a 6 in an interview with Sport’s teammates, but if he is honest and reviews his match against Valencia, he could lower the average by two or three figures at least. Without soul or game, your contribution is simply sterile. And his arrival from the second line is as illusory as it is hopeless.Arthur: His return to ownership after two months served to verify that the Brazilian is without filming and that he lacks resources in his game. The Brazilian made a sterile possession, without deep passes or offensive sense. His game does not happen of the simple civil servant, to fulfill the script and little more. Zero imagination or efficiency.Messi: The game is desperate and bitter. And that is the worst news for a player who can go free this summer if he decides. Apparently he is the only one able to knock on the door in the team. He tried in every way: with free throws, head, cross shot, dry shot … but this time nothing came out. If all this together with a sticky Coquelin and some unproductive partners, we have the perfect cocktail to explain Leo’s anger.Griezmann: The French is still lost. He is not clear about his position in the field and finds no offensive solutions. Little participatory in high phase, his game is as disappointing as it is frustrating. A center and a pass to Messi are his offensive balance.Ansu Fati: One of the few who were saved from the general disaster, especially from the second part because before the break his presence was anecdotal. Sometimes it seemed that the game was a little too big, but his attitude was commendable at all times. He had in the first minute of the second part a very clear opportunity to score after a great pass from Messi, but the ball went a little deflected.SubstitutionsVidal: It revolutionized the game, at least for intensity and testiculin. He tried to throw the team and even participated in the game with plays at the first touch. The Chilean showed his face.Rakitic: He was in the field.Collado: He left with the game already decided and the team broken. Ter Stegen: Spectacular. The German goalkeeper prevented Setién’s team from leaving Mestalla with a sack of goals. He stopped a penalty to Maxi Gómez, avoided a goal in Piqué’s own door, cleared a powerful ball from Maxi Gómez, sending it to the crossbar, also halted a Coquelin shot and continued his deployment of powers until the final whistle. In the goals he could not do anything. In fact, in the first one a teammate, Alba, deflected a ball that was going outside.Sergi Roberto: He is not comfortable in the new role that forces him to deploy Setién as central. Misplaced and outdated, his game is so lacking and is so pigeonholed that he no longer climbs the band. It’s wrong, but the board of the Cantabrian coach is not helping you at all.Pique: His worst game this season. He made a book penalty, almost marks on his own door after a disastrous clearance by Sergi Roberto, and a clearing so defective that he was close to causing a kickback was marked.Umtiti: French is a shadow of what it was. Slow, heavy, flawed, without ideas and insecure. His game is simply a cluster of nonsense. Too bad, Lenglet must be in order not to be a holder.Sunrise: Match to forget his, especially because Valencia’s first goal came after an unfortunate rebound to a shot that went outside Maxi Gomez. He did not understand Fati when he fell in his band. In any case, he never fainted or lost his face to the game, giving away an interesting center and dropping his traditional connection with Messi.Sergio Busquets: The only one who seems to have understood the new coach’s booklet at first. Perfect in the combination, at the start of the ball and in the aids. Always at the first touch and with discretion. The problem is that their peers seem to be still trying to crack the new code.center_img LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of January 25, 2020last_img read more

Back to Basics What most Salesforcecom consultants dont want you to know

first_imgA large portion of my time at OpenView Labs is spent consulting our portfolio companies in sales best practices and implementation best practices in Salesforce.com. However, after a recent conversation with one of the sales managers from one of our portfolio companies I realized that I may be spending too much time consulting our companies on implementation and best practice and not enough time on how to actually use salesforce.com. To use an old adage I have been giving them the fish instead of teaching them how to fish for themselves.   Here are four very basic tips that can help anyone with any range of experience using saleforce.com find answers to their salesforce.com questions: 1. Use the help menu I know it seems obvious, but I wouldn’t write it if I didn’t think it needed to be repeated. One thing salesforce.com has done extremely well is develop a comprehensive knowledge base with solutions not only to the most frequently asked questions, but also to more obscure questions and user issues that you wouldn’t find in a typical company’s help menu. The help menu also contains tons of useful documents, guides, and frameworks with process and implementation best practices. 2. Use the help button on salesforce pages Literally every page in salesforce.com has a link near the top right hand corner of the screen that links directly to the help page for that specific page. Also, at the bottom of every help page there is a list of helpful links related to the topic.3. Bookmark www.successforce.com This little gem of a URL links to the home page of the salesforce.com community. This site is home to a vibrant community of salesforce.com users many of whom share the same likes and dislikes and experience similar successes and failures. Search for answers to your questions within the community and see what comes back. The site also contains links to pre-recorded trainings, and implementation workbooks that can improve your chances of executing a successful roll out large or small. This site is an invaluable resource to admins, as well as sales and sales ops executives. 4. Google… Finally, when all else fails, turn to the one source of truth… Google. I think most people probably don’t even try this, but when they do I think they will be pleasantly surprised at the results they find. Type your salesforce.com question into Google. If there is no answer out there, at the very least you might find someone else who had the same problem. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more