Barcelona FC News Friday Update

it’s been a long week at the Nou Camp and one full of both sad news and expectations. First the sad news of Tito’s departure then the possible candidates for the job. Pep Guardiola came out and said he was very affected by the news then we had the match against Pep’s new team Bayern Munich. Tata was then contracted and will be presented officially today. Read the rest of the Friday update here

Barca draws with Betis to end Guardiola’s last season

Catalan giants Barca found themselves struggling to snatch a draw last night against Betis at the Benito Villamarin stadium in Seville. Sergio Busquets was the one to get Guardiola’s team off the mark with a great glancing header but then an inspired Rubén Castro turned the game around for the green and whites with a […]

Guardiola: I’m tired of Barcelona

Pep Guardiola has shocked his team, management and the world by saying he is leaving his beloved Barca. Second in command Tito Vilanova will take over the hot seat that pep leaves. Pep confirmed the news that his club or the fans didn’t want to hear in front of a press conference filled with some […]

Nightmare at the Nou Camp

It was a sad exit for Barca last night at the Nou Camp after drawing 2-2 with a pugnacious Chelsea team. Chelsea now go through to the Champions league final next month in Munich where they’ll meet either Bayern or Real Madrid who play their second leg tonight at the Bernabéu. You cannot take anything […]

Guardiola: The league is in Madrid’s hands

Barca coach Pep Guardiola believes that “the League is in the hands of Real Madrid. Our intention is to win to make the league last a little longer. If Madrid win or tie the match tomorrow, then the the league is theirs. We can only win and if we don’t, then we will try again.” […]

Barca suffer to beat Levante and remain four points adrift

A great Leo Messi scored two goals against a quality Levante side last night to keep Barca’s hopes alive in La Liga a week before the two greats clash at the Nou Camp in “el clasico”. The Catalan giants were not at all comfortable throughout much of the game against a Levante side who were […]

Milan satisfied with draw at the San Siro

Barcelona came away from the San Siro last night with a draw that sets up the second leg at the Nou Camp next week.

Barcelona secures showdown with Real Madrid

It had to happen, didn’t it? Barcelona has secured a showdown with Real Madrid and therefore another “Clasico” after beating Osasuna last night.Barca win 1-6 on aggregate with goals coming from Alexis Sanchez and Sergi Roberto to set up another epic Copa del Rey tie against Madrid. Read what the papers say: Barcelona went through […]

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