Club: FC Barcelona
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Perhaps worst top flight goalkeeper ever.
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- Carlos Busquets Barroso (born in Badia del Valles, Barcelona, 19 July 1967). Spanish footballer (played as a goalkeeper) a member of FC Barcelona Johan Cruyff, who was dubbed the "Dream Team". Busquets was part of Barcelona's first team for 10 seasons between 1988 and 1998. Although it was only regular starter for two seasons between 1994 and 1996, he is one of the players who have achieved most titles in the history of the Catalan club.
Between 1988 and 1994 Busquets, known as Busi, was the substitute goalkeeper Andoni Zubizarreta. Busquets played some matches in the Copa del Rey, and league and European competition if Zubizarreta could not play due to injury or suspension. One of the most outstanding played as a starter was the final of the Cup Winners Cup in 1991 he faced in Rotterdam FC Barcelona and Manchester United, who beat the English side by 2-1.
In 1994, after the Barcelona defeat in the final of the Champions League against AC Milan by 0-4, Johan Cruyff decided to dispense with Andoni Zubizarreta and trust Busquets ownership of the team. The decision caused much controversy among the Barça fans, and that although Busquets was valued his courage, agility, reflexes and play with his feet, he criticized his game unsightly and lack of regularity, and combining the stops spectacular with incomprehensible errors.
Their play was backed by Cruyff and his idea that the modern goalkeeper had to be a field player but should participate in team play giving the ball out intelligently. He always wore long trousers and had an agility and reflexes that made him virtually unbeatable in one-one. His detractors called him derogatory handball goalkeeper and his pants and pulled the little fact.
In 1996, following the dismissal of Barcelona coach Johan Cruyff, Busquets lost his starting position. The new coach, Bobby Robson, he joined the Portuguese goalkeeper Vitor Baia. The next season, coach Louis Van Gaal also relegated Busquets to the bench.
In 1998 he joined the Unió Busquets Esportiva Lleida, Spanish club's second division, where he was holder for five years until in 2003 he retired as a player in business.
Busquets currently plays for FC Barcelona National Championship Indoor Football League. Competition in which play along the said Barcelona, Real Madrid, Deportivo de La Coruna, Real Betis, Real Sociedad, Atletico Madrid, Athletic Bilbao, Valencia and Sevilla for veterans.
He was summoned to the Spanish National Indoor Football as second goalkeeper for the 2006 World Cup, leaving it in second place after losing the final against Brazil.
His son, Sergio Busquets, currently play for the first Barcelona team.
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