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Thursday, 27 October 2016

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Catalan giants riled by the reflections of Spanish Football Federation to bottle-throwing incident during dramatic La Liga victory over Valencia

Wednesday, 26 October 2016

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The midfielder has said that he believes the fan who threw a bottle at the Barcelona players was wrong but the Brazilian forward should not have acted the way he did

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Sunday, 23 October 2016

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The midfielder has been ruled out for up to eight weeks with a knee injury, but the Barcelona captain says he is quite fortunate that the damage is not more severe
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Argentina missed out on hiring the Sevilla coach and his Atletico Madrid counterpart, robbing the five-time Ballon d'Or winner of the chance to work with a world-class trainer
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The Blaaugrana triumphed in difficult conditions at Valencia on Saturday, with with the team's character shining through in a dramatic victory
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The midfielder's injury is not as bad as first feared but he will miss the next two months of the season after sustaining a knee problem against Valencia on Saturday
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The hosts were 2-1 up but slipped to defeat to Luis Enrique's side and feel the match official will be embarrassed by his performance at Mestalla on Saturday
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The Spanish champions recorded a late win which was marred by objects being thrown and appearing to strike both Neymar and Luis Suarez as the visitors celebrated
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The coach says the club expect to find out the severity of the midfielder's injury on Sunday but admits it is a "serious one" and was surprised Enzo Perez was not even booked
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The Uruguayan had restored parity before his strike partner sealed three points in injury time, and he asserted that grabbing victory was a brilliant sensation
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The visitors snatched a late win at Mestalla but there were unsavoury scenes with an object thrown which appeared to hit both Luis Suarez and strike partner Neymar
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Lionel Messi's stoppage-time penalty, his second goal of the match, sees the Blaugrana come from behind to claim all three points at Mestalla at the end of a thrilling encounter
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The Argentine wizard celebrated wildly after handing his side three points with his second of the encounter, as the Catalans battled back from behind in a thrilling clash

Saturday, 22 October 2016

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The Catalan coach is understanding of the ill feeling towards the Spain international striker and believes it is an inevitable part of the game
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The Los Che defender was said to be viewed as an alternative option to Arsenal's Hector Bellerin, but transfer gossip has been dismissed
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The Argentina international grabbed a hat-trick against Manchester City in midweek and his coach feels no-one has yet figured out how to play him when he's on top form
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The Blaugrana, who travel to Mestalla on Saturday, have often looked to Los Che to strengthen their squad in recent seasons