Sergio Busquets Allowed To Play For Spain U21 In Euro 2011 Finals

Ollie Irish

15th, October 2010


By Ollie Irish

Peekaboo, you fucks you

Sergio Busquets has been given permission by his club to play for Spain’s U21s in the Euro 2011 U21 championship next summer. He’s 22 now but does qualify for the team. The current La Liga season ends on 25 May 2011, with Euro 2011 taking place from 11-25 June.

Busquets also revealed recently that he would like to compete alongside Spain’s youngsters at the London 2012 Olympics. But his schedule may not allow it.

The Euro 2012 final is scheduled for 1st July – there’s a good chance defending champions Spain will make it that far – and the Olympic football tournament in London runs from 25 July to 11 August. And the 2012/13 La Liga season will begin about three weeks after that.

Busy Senor Biscuits.


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  1. Adam FJ says:

    How does he qualify for the under 21s when he is 22?

  2. yeeeeeeeah says:

    They have Javi Martinez in his place so it’s not a too big improvement.

  3. Tom Jones says:

    Cheat Cheat Cheat

  4. dave says:

    @Adam FJ, a player need only have been 21 at the beginning of the current campaign

  5. dc says:

    tom jones, this isnt a post regarding your mother. if whatever shitty team you support has half the skill of sergio busquets i might respect your opinion but unfortunately thats probably not the case

  6. deckard says:

    biscuits isn’t in the team for his skill u daft twat.

  7. bigdutch says:

    correct me if i’m wrong but u think you are allowed to have 3 over agers on your team

  8. Chris says:

    @DC, Do you really think that a persons insights and opinions are wiser and better the more skillful their team are? Some of the most insightful fans i know support nonleague teams like gateshead and lower league teams like yeovil, compare them with some of the morons packing Stamford Bridge etc and it doesn’t seem to tally with your point.

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