Eder Sarabia will remain the right hand of Quique Setién in this adventure in Barcelona. Son of Manu Sarabia, Athletic is passionate but the Dream Team marked his way of understanding football. The Basque has demonstrated his talent for the trade on his own account but recognizes that his father was decisive in the arrival at the benches. Manu, his father, played in Logronés with Quique Setién who, at the time, met Éder when he was just a child. Although their paths separated in the daily deal they never lost contact. All spinning on the ball. Always, the ball.Sarabia joined the Quique Setién staff in Las Palmas at the invitation of the Cantabrian himself, followed him on his adventure in Heliopolis and now, he will travel with him to Barcelona. Although they understand football in the same way, the matches live them in different ways. Quique is more leisurely while Éder is pure nerve. That intensity has led him to several crossings with the referees in First that have resulted in numerous expulsions and penalties. Quite a few compared to his guild mates. But he has not only had clashes with the referees. Jose Luis Gayà said after the semifinals of Copa del Rey between Betis and Valencia that Sarabia tried to “destabilize him during the match.” “He spends the whole game shouting at me, telling me to stop throwing myself and trying to get me out of my boxes,” said the side, which accused Sarabia of recidivism. “It is not the first time he does. In Seville and last year he did the same, “said the Valencian side. “Now we have to wait for a good place to do important things,” Sarabia acknowledged at Cadena SER Bilbao at the beginning of the season in a quasi-premonitory way after leaving a Betis that marked them and in which he left his personal imprint. Intensity in the 90 minutes, believer and practically of the Cruyffismo and recognized admirer of the game of Leo Messi, Sarabia will return to accompany Setién to try to replicate successfully the football that fell in love with the little Éder (and a more veteran Quique) several decades ago. Being a first coach, one of your desires, can still wait.Active in networks and sports centerÉder Sarabia is one of the few people in the world of football who uses social networks naturally and without the feeling of giving a prefabricated message. The Basque, very active in his Twitter account, has acknowledged being an admirer of the game of Leo Messi, which he will now have at his command, and while he has been free he does not hesitate to comment on what was happening in the successive days of the League. But not everything is football. Sarabia is a big fan of cycling, who follows fervently and also practices regularly and in his header photo has Rafa Nadal. It will do well to imitate the resilience of the manacorí on the track to complete its next challenge satisfactorily. Can Barça wait.