Barcelona’s former technical secretary, Robert Fernandez, spoke in detail about Ousmane Dembele being tardy and his performance.The talk of the day for FC Barcelona was Ousmane Dembele without question, even Robert Fernandez had something to say about the French ‘Bad Boy’ who is tardy and has put the club upside down with his antics.But right after he makes a mistake that is related to poor discipline, he soon comes back and makes amends with a very important goal or assists that keeps helping Barcelona get points.With his goal against Tottenham this Tuesday, Ousmane Dembele has now produced 9 goals in his last 9 matches for Barcelona between scoring and assisting his teammates.This level of performance is already putting him on a similar level to Neymar at the club, the only problem is his distracted mind. On a psychological level, the real issue here is that Ousmane Dembele seems to suffer from ADHD and one of his only ways to control it is to play video games.The main obstacle that gets in the way of him developing the incredible talent he has, is that the French lad doesn’t seem to have his sleeping hours under control because he looks like he simply can’t go to sleep.4 GOLES ⚽⚽⚽⚽5 ASISTENCIAS 🅰🅰🅰🅰🅰¡@Dembouz ha participado en 9 goles en sus últimos 9 partidos con el @FCBarcelona_es en todas las competiciones! 🔥#UCL pic.twitter.com/rkkZSw3Q1p— LaLiga (@LaLiga) December 11, 2018The club knew about this problem when they first signed him from Borussia Dortmund, but they knew that his level of talent was worth all the trouble and the results are showing that FC Barcelona was right about him.The only problem right now does seem to be that many of the players could not appreciate the special treatment that Dembele is getting, but most of them will end up falling in line if he is the one who gets them all the trophies by the end of the season.Because the type of goal that he scored against Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday, is within reach of very few football players in the world.Just by looking at the effort of recovering the ball the way Dembele did, and then going after two defenders to deliver that insane finish as he dribbled on both of them is both insane and beautiful to watch.This goal is already being labeled as one of the best from this last group stage fixture in the Champions League, Ousmane Dembele really is everything that people were getting him hyped for and maybe even more.Kylian Mbappé’s assessment of deeming Ousmane Dembele the most talented young player in the world might just be true.Top 10 players who played for both Barcelona and Valencia Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Time to talk about the best players who represented both Barcelona and Valencia, prior to their La Liga encounter at Camp Nou this evening.¡ESPECTACULAR! 🤩Tremenda escapada de Dembelé, deja tendido a dos rivales del Tottenham y la firma 🖊️#ChampionsxESPN 🏆 pic.twitter.com/p4ofzzMGRx— Fuera de Juego (@ESPN_FDJ) December 11, 2018Former Barcelona secretary Robert Fernandez, was quoted by Marca when he explained the problems Dembele has.“The press is having a field day with this issue of him falling asleep. But this is not such a bad thing from a certain perspective,” said Fernandez during the interview.“I have seen cases of players who fell asleep in the past. What I wonder is how is it that this news is coming out so quickly? I’m not saying there is a campaign against the club, but I do think that we need to protect this player.”“Although it may be true that he has made mistakes in a number of situations, it is also true that we need to defend him and try to carry him in a way that can benefit him better. This lad is one of the club’s greatest assets.”“We have to defend him in a way that we have also defended other players in the past, both at FC Barcelona and other clubs in the world. There have always been players who fall asleep.”“We are talking about a very young player here, one who makes mistakes. All we need to do is keep him in a short leash with these kinds of details.”“We already knew about his problem with falling asleep, but we decided to bring him due to his incredible quality as a player.”“This is a problem that can be fixed. If he was 27 when we signed him, we obviously wouldn’t have brought him. But he is only 21 and I think Barcelona has what it takes to help him improve,” he concluded.¡@Dembouz pone el TURBO! 😎🔥🏎 pic.twitter.com/8YVHnjb1Hx— LaLiga (@LaLiga) December 12, 2018How long do you think Barcelona will take to help Ousmane Dembele fix his problems with sleep? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.