Things really are not working out for FC Barcelona at the moment.

No matter where they turn, they are facing a huge amount of adversity for a plethora of different reasons.

For example, the summer saw Lionel Messi want to quit the club after they were humiliated by Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League and things have not improved since then, both on and off the pitch.

Blaugrana are said to be in huge amounts of debt that is rather concerning, whilst their situation at the very top of the football club is in dire straits with Josep Maria Bartomeu having decided to quit from his post as president.

Results on the pitch have been nothing more than a disaster, especially in La Liga and they have recently added a new (and unwanted) record to their history books.

The club have made their worst start to a La Liga campaign for at least 11 years, with the three points system for a win having been introduced in the 1995/96 campaign.

Ronald Koeman’s side – who could be about to become one of the most unsuccessful managers ever at the club – have just 11 points so far from their eight matches to have been played so far. To make matters worse, they have already lost to title rivals Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, as well as Getafe, whilst drawing with Sevilla and Alaves.

Their current points tally is worse now than the 12 points that they had accumulated at this same stage of both the 2002/03 and 2003/04 campaigns – both of which are considered to be amongst the worst in the history of the club.

To further add to the problems in regards to La Liga, they already sit 12 points behind surprise leaders Real Sociedad. They do have two games in hand to try and half that deficit but doing that looks rather unlikely with how things are going. Those that like to use a high roller casino online might fancy those odds, though.

Injuries to several key men have already happened that could see many of them spending months on the treatment table, whilst the pressure continues to grow on Koeman’s shoulders.

There will be an argument that he is already sitting a seat that is getting a little too hot to touch at the moment, and if it were not for the disarray at the top of the hierarchy, then it would be doubtable as to whether he would still be in the role. Any doubt in regards to anything in life should provide some rather alarming signs at times, and those looking for an online casino Canada should not let any doubts creep in.

Nonetheless, things in the UEFA Champions League appear to be going as expected and Blaugrana will want to see that continue when they take on Dynamo Kyiv on Tuesday as a win will see them seal qualification to the knockout stage of the tournament following their first four matches.