FC Barcelona's Daniel Alves, from Brazil, left, duels for the ball against Getafe's Jorge Sammir during a Spanish La Liga soccer match at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain, Saturday, May 3, 2014. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
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Barcelona's Brazilian defender Dani Alves has threatened to quit the club if fans fail to appreciate his performance on the field. Barcelona's results and style of play have been criticized by many fans and media pundits since Pep Guardiola's spectacular four-year reign as coach ended in 2012, leading to rumors over the future of players including Brazil international Alves and forward Cesc Fabregas. Alves appeared to be unhappy with the criticism directed at Barcelona, who still have a chance of winning the league if they can beat Elche away this Sunday and then Atletico Madrid in the Camp Nou a week later, on the final matchday of the season.The young man is accused of throwing a banana on the pitch near the 30-year-old Alves as he was about to take a corner during Barcelona's 3-2 away win at Villareal Apr. 27 .
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