2005–06 FC Barcelona season

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FC Barcelona
2005–06 season
President Joan Laporta
Head Coach Frank Rijkaard
Stadium Camp Nou
La Liga 1st
Copa del Rey Quarter-finals
UEFA Champions League Winners
Supercopa de España Winners
Top goalscorer League:
Samuel Eto'o (26)
All:
Samuel Eto'o (34)
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2005–06 season[1] was Futbol Club Barcelona's 106th season in existence and 77th consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football, La Liga. It was manager Frank Rijkaard's third season in charge of the club, a season in which he managed to successfully retain the La Liga title, as well as winning the UEFA Champions League and Spanish Super Cup. The squad was largely unchanged from the previous season, with only two players – Santiago Ezquerro and Mark van Bommel – joining the club. Gerard left on a free transfer during the summer.

Samuel Eto'o was once again the top scorer for the team, improving on his tally of 29 goals from the 2004–05 season by five goals, including one in the Champions League final.[2] Ronaldinho and Eto'o were selected in the 2005–06 FIFPro XI at the end of the season.[3]

First-team squad[edit]

Squad at end of season[4]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Spain GK Víctor Valdés
2 Brazil DF Juliano Belletti
3 Brazil MF Thiago Motta
4 Mexico DF Rafael Márquez
5 Spain DF Carles Puyol (captain)
6 Spain MF Xavi
7 Sweden FW Henrik Larsson
8 France MF Ludovic Giuly
9 Cameroon FW Samuel Eto'o
10 Brazil MF Ronaldinho
11 Argentina FW Maxi López
12 Netherlands DF Giovanni van Bronckhorst
14 Spain FW Santiago Ezquerro
15 Brazil MF Edmílson
16 Brazil DF Sylvinho
17 Netherlands MF Mark van Bommel
18 Spain MF Gabri García
No. Position Player
20 Portugal MF Deco
23 Spain DF Oleguer Presas
24 Spain MF Andrés Iniesta
25 Spain GK Albert Jorquera
26 Spain DF Rodri
27 Spain MF Pitu
28 Spain GK Rubén
29 Spain DF Carlos Peña
30 Argentina FW Lionel Messi
31 Spain MF Joan Verdú
33 Spain MF Jordi Gómez
35 Spain MF Cristian
40 Spain MF Martos
41 France MF Ludovic Sylvestre
42 Spain MF Paco Montañés
43 Spain DF Jesús Olmo
44 Spain MF Andrea Orlandi (on loan from Alaves B)
45 Spain DF Ramón Masó

Left club during season[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
32 Spain MF Damià (on loan to Racing Santander)

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Staff
Head coach Netherlands Frank Rijkaard
Assistant coach Netherlands Henk ten Cate / Spain Eusebio Sacristán
Goalkeeping coach Spain Juan Carlos Unzué
Fitness coach Paco Seirul·lo / Albert Roca
Doctors Ricard Pruna / Gil Rodas / Toni Tramullas
Representative Carles Naval

Source: FC Barcelona

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

N
P
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving from
Type
Transfer
window
Ends
Transfer
fee
Source
14 FW  ESP Ezquerro 28 EU Athletic Bilbao Transfer Green tickY Summer 2008 Free [1]
17 MF  NED van Bommel 28 EU PSV Netherlands Transfer Green tickY Summer 2008 Free [2]
19 FW  ARG Lionel Messi 17 EU Barcelona B Promote Summer 2014 Free

Total spending: Decrease €0

Out[edit]

N
P
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving to
Type
Transfer
window
Transfer
fee
Source
14 MF  ESP Gerard 26 EU Monaco France Contract termination Red XN Summer Free [3]
10 AM  ARG Riquelme 27 Non-EU Villarreal Transfer Green tickY Summer €7,000,000
15 DM  BRA Fábio Rochemback 23 Non-EU Middlesbrough England Transfer Green tickY Summer €1,500,000
FW  ESP Sergio Garcia 22 EU Zaragoza Transfer Green tickY Summer €1,500,000
22 DM  ITA Albertini 33 EU Retirement Hammer (Last Stone First End) Summer N/A
FW  ARG Saviola 23 Non-EU Sevilla Loan → Summer N/A
DF  ESP Fernando Navarro 23 EU Mallorca Loan → Summer N/A
32 MF  ESP Damià 23 EU Racing Santander Loan → Summer N/A
DF  ESP Oscar Lopez 25 EU Betis Loan → Summer Free

Total income: Increase €10,000,000

Last updated: 1 September

Results[edit]

La Liga[edit]

Date Opponents H / A Result

F – A

Scorers Points Position
27 August 2005 Deportivo Alavés A 0 – 0 1 ?
11 September 2005 Mallorca H 2 – 0 Eto'o 27', Eto'o 32' 4 ?
18 September 2005 Atlético de Madrid A 1 – 2 Eto'o 6' 4 ?
21 September 2005 Valencia CF H 2 – 2 Giuly 45', Deco 81' 5 ?
24 September 2005 Betis A 4 – 1 Van Bommel 20', Eto'o 58', 77', Santiago Ezquerro 89' 8 ?
1 October 2005 Real Zaragoza H 2 – 2 Ronaldinho 79', Eto'o 89' 9 ??
15 October 2005 Deportivo de La Coruña A 3 – 3 Eto'o 41', Ronaldinho 45', 52 10 ?
22 October 2005 Osasuna H 3 – 0 Eto'o 46', 53', Giuly 88' 13 ?
26 October 2005 Malaga H 2 – 0 Ronaldinho 80', Henrik Larsson 87' 16 ?
30 October 2005 Real Sociedad H 5 – 0 Mark van Bommel 18', Ronaldinho 36', 60', Carles Puyol 75', Henrik Larsson 86' 19 ?
6 November 2005 Getafe CF A 3 – 1 Samuel Eto'o 2', Ludovic Giuly 62', Thiago Motta 71' 22 ?
19 November 2005 Real Madrid A 3 – 0 Eto'o 15', Ronaldinho 59', Ronaldinho 77' 25 ?
27 November 2005 Racing de Santander H 4 – 1 Samuel Eto'o 31', Lionel Messi 52', Ronaldinho 57', Sylvinho 66' 28 ?
4 December 2005 Villarreal CF A 2 – 0 Juan Manuel Peña 23' (o.g.), Deco 62' 31 ?
11 December 2005 Sevilla FC H 2 – 1 Samuel Eto'o 65', Ronaldinho 77' 34 ?
17 December 2005 Cádiz CF A 3 – 1 Ludovic Giuly 32', Samuel Eto'o 45', 49' 37 ?
20 December 2005 Celta de Vigo H 2 – 0 Eto'o 38', 57' 40 ?
7 January 2006 RCD Espanyol A 2 – 1 Deco 43', Samuel Eto'o 47' 43 ?
15 January 2006 Athletic Bilbao H 2 – 1 Ronaldinho 38', Lionel Messi 50' 46 ?
22 January 2006 Deportivo Alavés H 2 – 0 Henrik Larsson 47', Lionel Messi 82' 49 ?
29 January 2006 RCD Mallorca A 3 – 0 Giuly 39', Lionel Messi 75', Lionel Messi 83' 52 ?
5 February 2006 Atlético de Madrid H 1 – 3 Henrik Larsson 65' 52 ?
12 February 2006 Valencia CF A 0 – 1 52 ?
18 February 2006 Real Betis H 5 – 1 Henrik Larsson 17', Melli (o.g.) 30', 33', Ronaldinho 58', Lionel Messi 84' 55 ?
25 February 2006 Real Zaragoza A 2 – 0 Ronaldinho 76', Henrik Larsson 79' 58 ?
5 March 2006 Deportivo de La Coruña H 3 – 2 Ronaldinho 2', Henrik Larsson 33', Samuel Eto'o 61' 61 ?
12 March 2006 Osasuna A 1 – 2 Henrik Larsson 71' 61 ?
19 March 2006 Real Sociedad A 2 – 0 Henrik Larsson 8', Samuel Eto'o 51' 64 ?
22 March 2006 Getafe CF H 3 – 1 Matellán 22' (o.g.), Samuel Eto'o 52', 68' 67 ?
26 March 2006 Málaga CF A 0 – 0 68 ?
1 April 2006 Real Madrid H 1 – 1 Ronaldinho 22' 69 ?
9 April 2006 Racing de Santander A 2 – 2 Henrik Larsson 18', Samuel Eto'o 32' 70 ?
14 April 2006 Villarreal CF H 1 – 0 Samuel Eto'o 11' 73 ?
29 April 2006 Cádiz CF H 1 – 0 Ronaldinho 8' 76 ?
3 May 2006 Celta de Vigo A 1 – 0 Samuel Eto'o 55' 79 ?
6 May 2006 RCD Espanyol H 2 – 0 Jarque 19' (o.g.), Ronaldinho 50', 82 ?
13 May 2006 Sevilla FC A 3 – 2 Santiago Ezquerro 41', Sylvinho 42' 82 ?
20 May 2006 Athletic Bilbao A 3 – 1 Eto'o 36' 82 ?

Start formations[edit]

Qnt Formation Match(es)
52 4-3-3 All matches

Source: [4]
Only competitive matches.


Copa del Rey[5][edit]

Round of 16[edit]

Quarter-finals[10][edit]

Champions League[edit]

Group stage[edit]

First knockout round[edit]

Quarter-finals[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

Final[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]