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A new approach to the way Barcelona play is set to be tested by their rivals on Tuesday.
A report in the Catalan press says that Guardiola is willing to use all four of his first team players for the next four matches against Atletico Madrid and Sevilla, and will do so with the support of his coaching staff.
Barcelona’s Champions League group game against Sevilla is the first game under Guardiola, who is in charge of the club’s preparations for the first of three games in the group against Real Madrid on Friday.
Guardiola wants to see more pressing and possession in the first half, according to the report.
“In the first few minutes, you see the intensity and intensity of the play and you are asking yourself: ‘Who will be next?'”
According to a club source, the coach is open to using his four-man midfield and has been impressed with the way the club has played so far.
“We have played against a number of teams that are attacking and I have never seen Barcelona so disciplined,” the source said.
“We have scored five goals and it was not a difficult decision, even though we had not won in the Champions League.
I think it is a big step for the club.
It will change things for the team.”
Guardiola is likely to replace Fabio Coentrao and the Spaniard will be expected to replace his former player Xavi, who has been struggling to get regular minutes this season.
Guardiolans current style of play is based on the ball-playing wingers of his predecessors, Pep Guardiola and Xavi.
This style has not worked well for the former Barcelona players, who have struggled to adapt to a more defensive football style.
Guardio is not known for making big changes and has frequently tried to bring in younger players in the past.
The move to four-men is not the first time that Guardiola has made changes to his first-team players.
In 2013 he brought in Lionel Messi, Sergio Busquets, Gerard Pique, and Gerard Piqué to replace the departed Xavi and Xabi Alonso.