• Barca eye top spot

    A Barcelona side without the injured Lionel Messi head to face Sevilla at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on Saturday, desperate to move back to the summit of La Liga.

  • Barcelona feats deserve more credit

    Barcelona boss Luis Enrique launched a staunch defence of his players after they came from behind without the injured Lionel Messi to beat Bayer Leverkusen 2-1 on Tuesday.

  • Messi doesn’t need surgery

    Barcelona star Lionel Messi will be back in action before the two months originally stipulated, Argentina team doctor Donato Villani has said.

  • Court freezes £33.1 millon of Neymar's assets

    A court in Brazil has frozen £33.1 million worth of Neymar's assets following allegations of tax evasion.

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    Four-goal Celta stun Barcelona

    Barcelona were beaten for the first time in La Liga this season as Celta romped to a stunning 4-1 victory at Balaidos on Wednesday.

  • Barcelona, the jewel in Catalan independence crown

    Catalonia may not be a state, but it can count on a small and symbolic red and blue army in the form of European football champions Barcelona.

  • If Spain splits, Barca would leave La Liga

    LFP president Javier Tebas has said that Barcelona and Espanyol would be unable to play in La Liga if Catalunya becomes independent from Spain.

  • Lionel Messi still otherworldly

    Barcelona coach Luis Enrique says that Lionel Messi's penalty issues do not make the Blaugrana superstar seem any less of a visitor from another planet.

  • Ronaldo eyes history for Real

    Cristiano Ronaldo can move ahead of Raul as Real Madrid's top goalscorer of all time as Los Blancos take on Athletic Bilbao.

  • Messi double puts Barca top

    Argentina forward Lionel Messi displayed mixed form from the penalty spot whilst goals from Marc Bartra and Neymar helped Barcelona to victory.

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