“When you’ve tasted victory, you never want to stop winning"
Xavi Tauler / Jordi Clos
Despite the success he’s achieved, Gerard Piqué, who will soon be back at the Nou Camp after his summer break, remains ambitious: “the future is there to be written. We will do everything possible to keep it as successful as it has been”.
Gerard Piqué was speaking at the inauguration of the new Penya Blaugrana Piqué in Sant Guim de
Freixenet (La Segarra), where he insisted: “I’m excited and keen to get back with my
teammates. When you’ve tasted victory, you never want to stop winning”.
It’s been an astonishingly successful two years back at the club
for Piqué, but he’s still demanding more and sees a great future for the club. He saw the
game in Oslo and reckons: “the youngsters played really well. Step by step they are getting
their chances and showing that the team can count on them”.
Piqué’s grandparents are from Sant Guim and during his visit there the Barca centre
half signed the town council’s roll of honour and accompanied by the Mayor, Pere Solé, board
member Pilar Guinovart and the supporters club President Maria Llorens, he spoke to the local
crowds from the Town Hall balcony, remembering the time he spent in the village as a youngster.
Afterwards, he officially opened the supports club and had supper with the members.