May The Force Be With You In Battles


An interesting article about Star Wars, Real Madrid and Barcelona, if you are a fan of any one of that, then you would definitely love this. No offense! Just for fun.

Like the millions and millions of other bored and unproductive people in the world, I was hit by the Facebook fever, on a Saturday evening. For some strange reasons, YouTube and Facebook seem to be the sites where one can waste countless hours doing practically nothing useful.

Either way, out of the blue, I read a status update that caught my interest, Real Madrid was defeated by Sporting Gijon. If I hadn’t known better, I would’ve assumed that as an April fool’s joke. Real Madrid, defeated? Could it be true?

Ready to remove the person from my friends’ list, I double checked. It was true. The Empire was defeated, at the Santiago Bernabeu of all places. I’ve read something interesting on Facebook.

It appears as if the Dark Sith Lord, Florentino Perez and his storm troopers, cannot prevent the inevitable, a third consecutive championship for FC Barcelona. Even the acquisition of Darth Vader a.k.a Jose Mourinho didn’t bring the desired results, yet.

Ever since Florentino Perez ordered the construction of a second, more expensive Death Star a.k.a the Galacticos 2.0, he still remains on the losing side, for now. Of course, Darth Vader (Jose Mourinho) is a little short on offensive weapons. The Empires most recognized soldier, Darth Maul (Cristiano Ronaldo, yeah I know he didn’t even make it to the horrible sequel) is currently unavailable, as is Bobba Fett (Karim Benzema).

Nevertheless, there still remains a silver lining for both, the Dark Sith Lord and Darth Vader. At the very least, they can still claim two major trophies, the Copa del Rey and the Champions League - in Merengue language: La Decima. What stands in between winning these much coveted trophies are the Jedi Knights.

Even though Lionel Messi (I’m not exactly sure who he is, either Luke Skywalker or Han Solo but judging by his girl, Gerard Pique is the latter) has been a little off his best lately. I’m sure Obi Wan Kenobi (Pep Guardiola) can once again guide his way. With Master Yoda (Johan Cryuff) retreating to his chosen exile, Amsterdam, someone has to uphold his principles.

It remains to be seen whether the Empire strikes back, but for now, the Jedi Knights seem to have the upper hand in the on-going battle.

Exclusively by Adi-Oula Sebastian, Barca Blaugranes

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