Ancelotti Confident Barcelona Will Compete for All Titles This Season

Carlo Ancelotti, the coach of Real Madrid, expressed positive statements about Barcelona, stating that he believes that the Catalan team will continue to compete in every competition they participate in. Barcelona is currently in third place in the Spanish La Liga standings, seven points behind Madrid and Girona in second place.

The team led by Xavi Hernandez has also advanced to the round of 16 in the Champions League, although they have faced some setbacks along the way. Ancelotti believes that Barcelona will perform better in the second half of the season and will compete for all titles. He refused to criticize his rival and instead chose words to calm everyone down.

Barcelona will face UD Barbastro in the Copa del Rey round of 32, and this match will be a good opportunity for Xavi Hernandez to rotate his squad. The team is also set to play six games in January 2024, and this match will be the first of many.

Ancelotti believes that Barcelona is still in the running for all titles, including La Liga, the Champions League, the Spanish Super Cup, and the Copa del Rey. Real Madrid and Barcelona may even meet in the final of the Spanish Super Cup, as both teams have qualified and will face their respective opponents in the semifinals next week. It remains to be seen how these giants will compete until the last second of the season.

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