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La liga 2014/15 – standing after week 2

September 1st, 2014

Barcelona is top of the league table on 6 points, the only team in La Liga to have won both its matches so far after its narrow win against Villarreal last night.

Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid beat Eibar 2-1 while Real Sociedad beat Real Madrid 4-2 in a shock defeat, leaving the two teams in sixth and tenth place respectively. However, it is early days and too soon to really judge form.

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Goal by Sandro sees Barcelona take 3 points against Villarreal

September 1st, 2014

Sunday saw FC Barcelona travel down to the Community of Valencia to face Villarreal at the Madrigal stadium for their second league match of the season.

With Iniesta out of action, Messi wore the captain’s armband and right from the start went on the offensive. However, the Villarreal defence remained tight and prevented the Catalans from scoring, with the home side coming close to going ahead themselves at the 25 minute mark. However, the first half ended the way it had started.

Back on after the break and Luis Enrique gave Neymar his opportunity in response to the hosts upping their attack on the Barça goal. However, it was only when Barça B player Sandro Ramírez came on that the Catalans were able to score at the 81st minute to give Barcelona a narrow victory to earn three points.

0-1 Sandro Ramírez (min 81)


La liga 2014/15 – standing after week 1

August 25th, 2014

FC Barcelona won their first match of the season last night thanks to goals from Messi and Munir. Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have not yet played after their Spanish Supercup match on Friday and will both play today (Monday).

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Barça opens 2014/15 season with 3-0 win against Elche

August 25th, 2014

Messi and Munir helped FC Barcelona to their first win of the new season after facing Elche at the Nou Camp last night. The match was also the first league match for the club under Luis Enrique.

With high possession throughout, Barcelona controlled the game but despite some good efforts by Munir and Iniesta, it was not until the last five minutes of the first half that Lionel Messi finally opened the scoring. Immediately after the visitors created their own opportunity and although Mascherano stopped the attack, he earned himself a red card for doing so.

Back on after the break with one man down, Barcelona continued the pressure, which was quickly rewarded with a goal by new boy Munir; as a product of La Masia he cost the club nothing in transfer fees and is able to play. And after another quarter of an hour and the match was sealed, with another superb effort by Messi.

While Elche is hardly the toughest team Barcelona will play they at least started off the new season showing how they can play.

1-0 Messi (min 41)
2-0 Munir (min 46)
3-0 Messi (min 63)


FIFA upholds ban on Barça signing new players

August 20th, 2014

FIFA has this morning announced that it has rejected FC Barcelona’s appeal against a ban on signing new players after upholding its April ruling finding the club in breach of rules preventing the signing of international players under the age of 18.

The club has vowed to take the case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport to overturn the ban in new signings, which cover both 2015 transfer windows.

Source: The Guardian

Barcelona beats Club Leon in 2014 Gamper Trophy

August 19th, 2014

Messi opened the scoring for FC Barcelona last night when the Catalans played their first home match under Luis Enrique and the new look Barça was officially introduced.

With many locals away on holiday, the stadium was rather empty and many in the crowd tourists. However, that didn’t stop Barça from putting in a show for everyone who attended. As well as the Messi opener, Neymar scored two and Munir, up from Barça B scored two more. The final goal of the match was scored by Sandro Ramírez just a couple of minutes from the end,

The match also marked the debut of Luis Suarez, controversially signed after biting a player during the World Cup in Brazil. While he can play in friendly matches, his suspension will see him out of action for the start of the season. He had better do more than he did last night to justify the amount spent on him though.

1-0 Messi (min 2)
2-0 Neymar (min 11)
3-0 Neymar (min 43)
4-0 Munir (min 53)
5-0 Munir (min 76)
6-0 Sandro Ramírez (min 88)


Barcelona beats Helsinki in last summer friendly

August 11th, 2014

After playing Napoli in Geneva last Wednessday, when they lost by a single goal, FC Barcelona headed for Finland on Saturday to face Helsinki in their last summer friendly before heading back home to play Club Leon in the Gamper Trophy.

This match could not have been more different, with Barça scoring three times within the first quarter hour, and made it four before the break.

Back on for the second half Barcelona kept up the pressure and scored two more to end the match 6-0.

0-1 Munir (min 4)
0-2 Sergi Roberto (min 8)
0-3 Munir (min 16)
0-4 Piqué (min 23)
0-5 Bartr (min 48)
0-6 Sandro Ramírez (min 81)


Napoli beats Barcelona in summer friendly

August 7th, 2014

Last night FC Barcelona played SSC Napoli in another summer friendly played in Geneva. It also marked the first loss under Luis Enrique, after a goal from Napoli 10 minutes from the end.

Obviously it is far too early to draw any conclusions, and the focus must be on the start of the league later this month n


Barça draws with Nice in 2nd pre-season friendly

August 3rd, 2014

After spending last week training in England, FC Barcelona travelled to Nice for their second summer friendly.

With 10 starting players from the first team squad and just a single B team player, Barça demonstrated their usual high possession and showed what we might expect of them in the forthcoming season.

All the same, it was Nice that scored the opener from the penalty spot after a foul by Pique, but despite a number of opportunities the Catalans failed to score.

Luis Enrique made seven changes after the break, but it was not until the visitors were awarded a penalty kick that Xavi put the ball in the back of the net. In the end the score remained level at 1-1.


Barça head for training camp in England

July 28th, 2014

The FC Barcelona squad has headed for England this morning, headed for their summer training camp in Birmingham.

The squad has been joined by new goalkeeper Claudio Bravo for six days of training at St George’s Park and includes 18 first team players and eight reserves.

After two training sessions each day, the squad heads for Nice next Saturday when they play OGC Nice in a friendly.


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