Saturday's Valencia clash will mark another Barca reunion
- Valencia's new coach, Albert Celades played for Barcelona since childhood.
- However, he was one of those to perform at Real Madrid soon afterwards.
- Albert was Julen Lopetegui's assistant coach at the Blancos.
There's an eventful background behind Barca's Saturday home game against Valencia.
Albert Celades, former Barcelona player, will celebrate his debut La Liga game as a coach.
Celades was part of FC Barcelona since the early 1990s. In 1995, he got promoted to Barcelona's first team and managed to make 72 appearances for the Catalans as a defensive midfielder, scoring 4 goals.
As a manager, the 43-year-old was coaching youth Spain teams and even served as an assistant coach of Julen Lopetegui at Real Madrid in 2018.
Just to remind, Valencia have recently sacked their previous coach Marcelino due to an internal crisis within the club. Saturday's game will be the first game of the rebuilding period for the Naranja.