It is evident that Xavi Hernandez's team has lowered its performance in recent games regarding the start of the season –add four losses in the last six games-, but in no case within the club is the situation valued as critical.
In fact, AS contacted a person around the Sheikh and owner of Al Sadd, Mohamed bin Khalifa Al Thani, who removed iron from the pitos that were heard at the break of the last game of Al Sadd. "They are a few, we already know them, they always complain and make a lot of noise", he said, making it clear that Xavi Hernandez "He has the full support of the club and we consider his work as a coach as very positive."
Thus, a full-fledged jug of cold water for those who rubbed their hands at the possibility that Xavi failed in his adventure as a coach. That does not mean that the now Al Sadd coach acknowledges that many things have to be improved and that Do not rule out going to the winter market to make some new incorporation, since other Qatari clubs, like, for example, Al Rayyan, are willing to throw the house out the window and sign a forward like Mariano to reinforce the attack.