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Messi rescues unbeaten Barca as Bale double propels Real

Lionel Messi rescued Barcelona's unbeaten season on Saturday as the La Liga leaders scored twice in the last three minutes to snatch a 2-2...

Messi returns to training with Barcelona

Lionel Messi returned to training with Barcelona on Thursday to offer the Catalans a boost with less than a week to go before their...

Barcelona coach wary of first season treble prophecy

Ernesto Valverde dismissed the idea that he, as Pep Guardiola and Luis Enrique had done before, would win a league, Cup and Champions League...

Magical Messi will never leave Barcelona – Conte

Antonio Conte said he believed Lionel Messi will remain at Barcelona for the rest of his playing days after watching the Argentine maestro destroy Chelsea's...

Brazil experiment for friendlies without Neymar

Brazilian coach Tite on Monday made the best of injured star Neymar's forced absence by bringing new names into the national squad for friendlies...

McGuane becomes first Englishman to play for Barcelona in 29 years

Barcelona fielded an English player for the first time in 29 years as the La Liga leaders beat Espanyol to win the Catalan Super...

Barca agree deal for Gremio’s Arthur – reports

Barcelona have a reached an agreement in principle with Brazilian club Gremio to sign midfielder Arthur next year in a deal worth up to...

Montella making mark at Sevilla after shock Berizzo sacking

It is difficult to think of a clearer indicator of the ruthless nature of modern football than Sevilla's apparently callous decision to sack Eduardo...

Nineteen arrests in Spanish football match-fixing probe

At least 19 people were arrested in Spain on Monday in an operation into alleged match-fixing in the country's lower leagues, police sources said. Arrests...

China’s troubled Wanda sells stake in Atletico Madrid

Troubled Chinese conglomerate Wanda has decided to sell its 17 percent stake in Spain's Atletico Madrid to Israeli group Quantum Pacific but will remain...


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