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2004–05 FC Barcelona season

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The 2004-05 season saw Fútbol Club Barcelona end their six-year wait for the La Liga title, having not won the league or, indeed, any trophy since the 1998–99 season and thus La Liga trophy returned to Barcelona's trophy room. Having finished second in La Liga the previous season, Barcelona once again competed in the UEFA Champions League as well as the Copa del Rey. The squad was restructured significantly following the retirement of key players Luis Enrique and Marc Overmars, as well as the return of Edgar Davids to Juventus and first team regulars Patrick Kluivert and Phillip Cocu moving onto new clubs. Ronaldinho's and new signing Samuel Eto'o's performances won them places in FIFPro's XI of 2004–05. Ronaldinho was later named FIFA World Player of the Year for 2005 for the second time in succession and with the highest points total ever;[1] Eto'o came third. This season was also notable for the debut of Lionel Messi.

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Contents

Players

Squad

Correct as of 30 September 2009.[2][3] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Spain GK Víctor Valdés
2 Brazil DF Juliano Belletti
3 Brazil MF Thiago Motta
4 Mexico DF Rafael Márquez
5 Spain DF Carles Puyol (captain)
6 Spain MF Xavi
7 Sweden FW Henrik Larsson
8 France MF Ludovic Giuly
9 Cameroon FW Samuel Eto'o
10 Brazil MF Ronaldinho
11 Argentina FW Maxi López
12 Netherlands DF Giovanni van Bronckhorst
14 Spain MF Gerard
15 Brazil MF Edmílson
No. Position Player
16 Brazil DF Sylvinho
18 Spain MF Gabri
19 Spain DF Fernando Navarro
20 Portugal MF Deco
22 Italy MF Demetrio Albertini
23 Spain DF Oleguer
24 Spain MF Andrés Iniesta
25 Spain GK Albert Jorquera
28 Spain GK Rubén
30 Argentina FW Lionel Messi
31 Spain MF Joan Verdú
32 Spain DF Damià
34 Spain DF Rodri
36 Spain MF Javito

In

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving from
Type
Transfer
window
Ends
Transfer
fee
Source
22 MF Italy Albertini 32 EU Atalanta Italy Transfer Green tickY Winter 2005 Free [1]
8 MF France Giuly 27 EU Monaco France Transfer Green tickY Summer 2007 €8.5M [2]
15 MF Brazil Edmílson 28 EU Lyon France Transfer Green tickY Summer 2008 €8M [3]
2 DF Brazil Belletti 27 Non-EU Villarreal Transfer Green tickY Summer 2007 €3.7M [4]
7 FW Sweden Larsson 32 EU Celtic Scotland Transfer Green tickY Summer 2005 Free [5]
20 MF Portugal Deco 26 EU Porto Portugal Transfer Green tickY Summer 2008 €21m [6]
16 DF Brazil Sylvinho 28 EU Celta de Vigo Transfer Green tickY Summer 2009 €2M [7]
9 FW Cameroon Eto'o 23 EU Mallorca Transfer Green tickY Summer 2008 €24M [8]
25 GK Spain Albert Jorquera 25 EU Barcelona B Promote Face-smile.svg Summer 2008 Free
32 FW Spain Damià 22 EU Barcelona B Promote Face-smile.svg Summer 2008 Free
30 FW Argentina Lionel Messi 16 EU Barcelona B Promote Face-smile.svg Summer 2008 Free

Total spending: Decrease €74.2 million

Out

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving to
Type
Transfer
window
Transfer
fee
Source
8 MF Netherlands Cocu 33 EU PSV Netherlands Contract termination Red XN Summer Free
9 FW Netherlands Kluivert 28 EU Newcastle United England Contract termination Red XN Summer Free [9]
2 DF Netherlands Reiziger 31 EU Middlesbrough England Contract termination Red XN Summer Free [10]
29 MF Spain Luis García 26 EU Liverpool England Transfer Green tickY Summer €8.75M [11]
11 MF Netherlands Overmars 31 EU Retirement Hammer (Last Stone First End) Summer N/A [12]
21 FW Spain Luis Enrique 34 EU Retirement Hammer (Last Stone First End) Summer N/A [13]
20 MF Portugal Quaresma 22 EU Porto Portugal Swap Summer €6M [14]
25 GK Germany Enke 26 EU Hannover 96 Germany Transfer Green tickY Summer Free [15]
36 FW Spain Sergio García 20 EU Levante Transfer Green tickY Summer Free [16]
1 GK Turkey Rüştü 31 Non-EU Fenerbahçe Turkey Loan → Summer N/A [17]
7 FW Argentina Saviola 24 EU Monaco France Loan → Summer N/A [18]
3 MF Netherlands Davids 31 EU Juventus Italy Loan ended Summer N/A [19]
27 DF Spain Óscar 23 EU Lazio Italy Loan → Summer N/A [20]

Total income: Increase €14.75 million

Last updated: 30 September

Competitions

La Liga[4]

League table

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Barcelona (C) 38 25 9 4 73 29 +44 84 2005–06 UEFA Champions League Group stage
2 Real Madrid 38 25 5 8 71 32 +39 80
3 Villarreal 38 18 11 9 69 37 +32 65 2005–06 UEFA Champions League Third qualifying round
4 Betis 38 16 14 8 62 50 +12 62
5 Espanyol 38 17 10 11 54 46 +8 61 2005–06 UEFA Cup First round
Source: LFP
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head points; 3rd head-to-head goal difference; 4th head-to-head goals scored; 5th goal difference; 6th number of goals scored; 7th Fair-play points
(C) Champion.
Date Opponents H / A Result

F – A

Scorers Points Position
29 August 2004 Racing Santander A 2–0 Giuly 68', Eto'o 74' 3 3
11 September 2004 Sevilla H 2–0 Giuly 35', Larsson 79' 6 1
19 September 2004 Atlético de Madrid A 1–1 Van Bronckhorst 22' 7 2
23 September 2004 Zaragoza H 4–1 Eto'o 26', 46', Xavi 66', Van Bronckhorst 78' 10 2
26 September 2004 Mallorca A 3–1 Larsson 10', Eto'o 38', 39' 13 2
3 October 2004 Numancia H 1–0 Larsson 70' 16 1
16 October 2004 Espanyol A 1–0 Deco 9' 19 1
24 October 2004 Osasuna H 3–0 Eto'o 40', 90', Ronaldinho 42' 22 1
30 October 2004 Athletic Bilbao A 1–1 Eto'o 10' 23 1
6 November 2004 Deportivo H 2–1 Xavi 22', Eto'o 35' 26 1
14 November 2004 Betis A 1–2 Gerard 71' 26 1
20 November 2004 Real Madrid H 3–0 Eto'o 23', Van Bronckhorst 42', Ronaldinho Goal 75' (pen.) 29 1
27 November 2004 Getafe A 2–1 Márquez 20', Deco 22' 32 1
4 December 2004 Málaga H 4–0 Eto'o 24', 89', Deco 28', Iniesta 60' 35 1
11 December 2004 Albacete A 2–1 Iniesta 1', Xavi 85' 38 1
18 December 2004 Valencia H 1–1 Ronaldinho 79' 39 1
21 December 2004 Levante H 2–1 Deco 35', Eto'o 86' 42 1
9 January 2005 Villarreal A 0–3 42 1
16 January 2005 Real Sociedad H 1–0 Eto'o 80' 45 1
22 January 2005 Racing Santander H 3–0 Eto'o 7', Ronaldinho 74', Deco 76' 48 1
29 January 2005 Sevilla A 4–0 Eto'o 48', Baptista 55' (o.g.), Ronaldinho 57', Giuly 74' 51 1
1 February 2005 Atlético Madrid H 0–2 51 1
12 February 2005 Zaragoza A 4–1 Toledo 1' (o.g.), Giuly 29', Eto'o 39', Márquez 71' 54 1
19 February 2005 Mallorca H 2–0 Deco 16', 56' 57 1
26 February 2005 Numancia A 1–1 Márquez 46' 58 1
1 March 2005 Espanyol H 0–0 59 1
5 March 2005 Osasuna A 1–0 Eto'o 39' 62 1
12 March 2005 Athletic Bilbao H 2–0 Deco 20', Giuly 38' 65 1
19 March 2005 Deportivo A 1–0 Giuly 10' 68 1
3 April 2005 Betis H 3–3 Eto'o 14', 82', Van Bronckhorst 90' 69 1
10 April 2005 Real Madrid A 2–4 Eto'o 28', Ronaldinho 73' 69 1
17 April 2005 Getafe H 2–0 Ronaldinho 29', Giuly 56' 72 1
24 April 2005 Málaga A 4–0 Oleguer 21', Giuly 33', 67', Gerard 89' 75 1
1 May 2005 Albacete H 2–0 Eto'o 66', Messi 88' 78 1
8 May 2005 Valencia A 2–0 Ronaldinho 28', Eto'o 29' 81 1
14 May 2005 Levante A 1–1 Eto'o 60' 82 1
22 May 2005 Villarreal H 3–3 Ronaldinho 34', Giuly 37', 48' 83 1
28 May 2005 Real Sociedad A 0–0 84 1

Champions League

Group stage

First knockout round

Results

See also

References

  1. ^ "TimeRime.com - FIFA World Player of the Year timeline". Archived from the original on 2009-08-30. Retrieved 2009-09-30.
  2. ^ Woile, Dennis Grebasch, Michael. "FC Barcelona 2004-05".
  3. ^ "FootballSquads - Barcelona - 2004/05".
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-04-26. Retrieved 2011-12-28.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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