Previous FC Barcelona forward Samuel Eto'o has uncovered that he "endures" when he watches the Catalan goliaths this season.
Barca's expectations of winning the two previously mentioned prizes this season don't appear to be high, however, with Ronald Koeman's group right now lower part of their Champions League bunch while at the same time grieving in the LaLiga table.
In a new meeting, Eto'o ended his quiet on the battles his previous club is confronting this season, in front of their first El Clasico against Real Madrid on 24 October.
"Recently, Barcelona have made me suffer," the 40-year-old told Festival dello Sport di Trento.
"These are difficult stretches for those of us who love the club.
"It is difficult to acknowledge bunch stage end in the Champions League. I actually trust they can go through.
"Barcelona have began the season seriously, yet the Clasico is a one of a kind match and the players should take advantage of it to change the dynamic of the period."
Eto'o scored 130 objectives and gave 40 aids 199 matches during his experience with Barcelona.
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