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Of Guardiola and the Camp Nou

Pep Guardiola just can’t win at the Estadio Camp Nou. Can you think of a more funny statement in world football?

I say it’s funny because this is the same guy who led Futbol Club Barcelona to a stunning 14 championship wins in the four years that he was in charge as manager. 247 more words


‘The c*** of your mother’ Lionel Messi loses his cool after scoring late Barcelona winner

Lionel Messi let rip at Valencia fans with an expletive-ridden celebration after he earned Barcelona a dramatic victory over Valencia at the Mestalla.

The Argentine superstar appeared to scream ‘the c*** of your mother’ at a group of Valencia ultras having seen teammates Luis Suarez and Neymar felled by objects thrown from the stands after his 90th minute penalty secured a 3-2 win. 218 more words


Cristiano Ronaldo absence helped Portugal win Euro 2016, says Barcelona hero Eric Abidal

Cristiano Ronaldo going off injured actually helped Portugal to victory against France in the final of Euro 2016 this summer, says Eric Abidal.

The former Barcelona defender clearly keeps his old club’s rivalry with Ronaldo’s side Real Madrid close to his heart, suggesting that he intimidates the rest of the Portuguese national team. 240 more words



Just finished the Barcelona/Valencia game.  Personally, I don’t care where your soccer allegiances lie.  I am a big Barcelona fan because my SO is and that’s who I first started watching. 226 more words

Sergio Aguero and the big names axed at Man City, Barcelona and Bayern Munich by Pep Guardiola

Should Sergio Aguero fear for his Manchester City future under Pep Guardiola? The Spaniard’s hit-list of big names suggests the Argentine certainly shouldn’t think of himself as invincible at the Etihad Stadium. 1,034 more words


Barcelona striker Luis Suarez open to Ajax return but Liverpool do not get a mention

Barcelona and Uruguay forward Luis Suarez has revealed that he is open to a return to former club Ajax.

Suarez, 29, spent three and a half seasons in Amsterdam before signing for Liverpool in January 2010. 251 more words