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El atacante argentino del FC Barcelona Lionel Messi (C) remata sobre la portería del Celtic de Glasgow, en partido del grupo G de la Liga de Campeones jugado el 7 de noviembre de 2012 en Glasgow. (AFP | ian macnicol)
El Barcelona perdió 2-1 en su visita a un defensivo y ordenado Celtic de Glasgow.
El atacante argentino del FC Barcelona Lionel Messi (C) remata sobre la portería del Celtic de Glasgow, en partido del grupo G de la Liga de Campeones jugado el 7 de noviembre de 2012 en Glasgow. (AFP | ian macnicol)
Barcelona's Lionel Messi celebrates their second goal scored by Paulinho. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
La Liga Santander - Celta Vigo vs FC Barcelona
Barcelona's Lionel Messi celebrates their second goal scored by Paulinho. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - Sevilla vs Barcelona - Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, Seville, Spain - March 31, 2018 Barcelona's Lionel Messi scores their second goal REUTERS/Jon Nazca
La Liga Santander - Sevilla vs Barcelona
Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - Sevilla vs Barcelona - Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, Seville, Spain - March 31, 2018 Barcelona's Lionel Messi scores their second goal REUTERS/Jon Nazca
FILE PHOTO - Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - Sevilla vs Barcelona - Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, Seville, Spain - March 31, 2018 Barcelona's Lionel Messi in action with Sevilla's Franco Vazquez REUTERS/Jon Nazca
FILE PHOTO - La Liga Santander - Sevilla vs Barcelona
FILE PHOTO - Soccer Football - La Liga Santander - Sevilla vs Barcelona - Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, Seville, Spain - March 31, 2018 Barcelona's Lionel Messi in action with Sevilla's Franco Vazquez REUTERS/Jon Nazca
Celta's coach Juan Carlos Unzue gestures during a Spanish La Liga soccer match between RC Celta and Barcelona at the Balaidos stadium in Vigo, Spain, Tuesday, April 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Lalo R. Villar)
Celta's coach Juan Carlos Unzue gestures during a Spanish La Liga soccer match between RC Celta and Barcelona at the Balaidos stadium in Vigo, Spain, Tuesday, April 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Lalo R. Villar)
Celta's coach Juan Carlos Unzue gestures during a Spanish La Liga soccer match between RC Celta and Barcelona at the Balaidos stadium in Vigo, Spain, Tuesday, April 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Lalo R. Villar)
Barcelona's Lionel Messi, in action, during a Spanish La Liga soccer match between RC Celta and Barcelona at the Balaidos stadium in Vigo, Spain, Tuesday April 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Lalo R. Villar)
Barcelona's Lionel Messi, in action, during a Spanish La Liga soccer match between RC Celta and Barcelona at the Balaidos stadium in Vigo, Spain, Tuesday April 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Lalo R. Villar)
Barcelona's Lionel Messi, in action, during a Spanish La Liga soccer match between RC Celta and Barcelona at the Balaidos stadium in Vigo, Spain, Tuesday April 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Lalo R. Villar)
Blaugranas podem viver dois dias de glória se vencerem o Sevilla e o Atlético de Madrid perder seus próximos dois jogos
Barcelona pode ser campeão de La Liga e da Copa del Rey neste fim de semana
Blaugranas podem viver dois dias de glória se vencerem o Sevilla e o Atlético de Madrid perder seus próximos dois jogos
Griezmann has scored 19 goals in 22 games since the turn of the year and continues to be linked with Barcelona, who denied that they had struck a deal to sign the Frenchman.
La Liga: Atletico Madrid must convince Antoine Griezmann to stay by matching his ambition, says Diego Simeone
Griezmann has scored 19 goals in 22 games since the turn of the year and continues to be linked with Barcelona, who denied that they had struck a deal to sign the Frenchman.
Im Liga-Spiel gegen Sevilla traf zuletzt Luis Suarez (r.) für den FC Barcelona
Im Liga-Spiel gegen Sevilla traf zuletzt Luis Suarez (r.) für den FC Barcelona
Im Liga-Spiel gegen Sevilla traf zuletzt Luis Suarez (r.) für den FC Barcelona
Berikut ini adalah hasil pertandingan pekan ke-33 La Liga Spanyol
Hasil La Liga: Barcelona dan Real Madrid Petik 1 Poin
Berikut ini adalah hasil pertandingan pekan ke-33 La Liga Spanyol
Real Madrid masih berksempatan bertemu Barcelona sebelum La Liga musim ini berakhir.
Ini Jadwal Barcelona Vs Real Madrid, El Clasico Terakhir Musim Ini
Real Madrid masih berksempatan bertemu Barcelona sebelum La Liga musim ini berakhir.
Real Madrid masih berksempatan bertemu Barcelona sebelum La Liga musim ini berakhir.
Ini Jadwal Barcelona Vs Real Madrid, El Clasico Terakhir Musim Ini
Real Madrid masih berksempatan bertemu Barcelona sebelum La Liga musim ini berakhir.
Arsenal are split over who they want to replace Arsene Wenger as the club step up their search for his successor. This is expected to be Wenger’s final season in charge at the Emirates, even if Arsenal win the Europa League and qualify for the Champions League. Attention is now turning to how Wenger will be replaced, with head of football relations Raul Sanllehi, head of recruitment Sven Mislintat and chief executive Ivan Gazidis all working on the succession plan. Spanish sources claim that Sanllehi’s favoured candidate is Luis Enrique, who he worked with successfully at Barcelona. Enrique won two La Liga titles and the Champions League while in charge of Barcelona and is keen to resume his managerial career in England when he completes his year-long sabbatical. The Spaniard has also been linked with Chelsea, but his wage demands, which are said to top £10 million-a-year, could put off both clubs. Luis Enrique, who is keen on managing in England, has been linked with Arsenal Credit: Getty Images Mislintat is believed to be concentrating his attention in Germany. He is a big fan of 30-year-old Hoffenheim manager Julian Nagelsmann and Shalke’s Domenico Tedesco, who is just two years older. A picture emerged of Mislintat at Shalke’s 2-0 victory over his former club Borussia Dortmund over the weekend and Tedesco’s team are second in the Bundesliga table. Hoffenheim are four places back in sixth and Nagelsmann’s work in his two-and-a-half years in charge have earned him a reputation for being one of the best young coaches in Europe. Gazidis is known to be a big admirer of former Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta, who is also somebody Sanllehi rates, and is impressed by the work of Monaco’s Leonardo Jardim and Celtic’s Brendan Rodgers. Arsenal ideally want a younger man to replace 68-year-old Wenger and Sanllehi, Mislintat and Gazidis will all work together to try to find common ground on exactly who should make their shortlist. Brendan Rodgers is another manager who has been touted as a possible replacement for Wenger Credit: Getty Images But that will not be an easy job with each man favouring different candidates and working to their own agendas. Arsenal’s determination to ensure Wenger is given a respectful exit also complicates the process over finding his successor, as the club do not want to be seen to be approaching candidates while the Frenchman is in post. That means that while other clubs are openly speaking with managers and their agents, the Gunners are having to tread carefully and act discreetly. Majority shareholder Stan Kroenke will ultimately have the final say on who replaces Wenger and he will also listen to advice from his son Josh. But both Kroenke’s will rely heavily on the advice of Sanllehi, Mislintat and Gazidis. It is a similar scenario in terms of player recruitment with agents and middle men currently unsure who has casting vote in terms of summer transfer targets. Premier League and Football League relegation, promotion and play-offs Arsenal want a goalkeeper, a central defender and a midfielder to bolster their squad, but there is a level of confusion from outside the club over who is in charge. Agents have traditionally either gone direct to Wenger or approached Dick Law, who this season stepped down from his job that saw him directly involved in player recruitment and contracts. Mislintat and Gazidis took the lead during the January transfer window, as the pair were pictured in Germany to negotiate the club record transfer of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mislintat recommended Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
Arsenal split on who they want to succeed Arsene Wenger
Arsenal are split over who they want to replace Arsene Wenger as the club step up their search for his successor. This is expected to be Wenger’s final season in charge at the Emirates, even if Arsenal win the Europa League and qualify for the Champions League. Attention is now turning to how Wenger will be replaced, with head of football relations Raul Sanllehi, head of recruitment Sven Mislintat and chief executive Ivan Gazidis all working on the succession plan. Spanish sources claim that Sanllehi’s favoured candidate is Luis Enrique, who he worked with successfully at Barcelona. Enrique won two La Liga titles and the Champions League while in charge of Barcelona and is keen to resume his managerial career in England when he completes his year-long sabbatical. The Spaniard has also been linked with Chelsea, but his wage demands, which are said to top £10 million-a-year, could put off both clubs. Luis Enrique, who is keen on managing in England, has been linked with Arsenal Credit: Getty Images Mislintat is believed to be concentrating his attention in Germany. He is a big fan of 30-year-old Hoffenheim manager Julian Nagelsmann and Shalke’s Domenico Tedesco, who is just two years older. A picture emerged of Mislintat at Shalke’s 2-0 victory over his former club Borussia Dortmund over the weekend and Tedesco’s team are second in the Bundesliga table. Hoffenheim are four places back in sixth and Nagelsmann’s work in his two-and-a-half years in charge have earned him a reputation for being one of the best young coaches in Europe. Gazidis is known to be a big admirer of former Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta, who is also somebody Sanllehi rates, and is impressed by the work of Monaco’s Leonardo Jardim and Celtic’s Brendan Rodgers. Arsenal ideally want a younger man to replace 68-year-old Wenger and Sanllehi, Mislintat and Gazidis will all work together to try to find common ground on exactly who should make their shortlist. Brendan Rodgers is another manager who has been touted as a possible replacement for Wenger Credit: Getty Images But that will not be an easy job with each man favouring different candidates and working to their own agendas. Arsenal’s determination to ensure Wenger is given a respectful exit also complicates the process over finding his successor, as the club do not want to be seen to be approaching candidates while the Frenchman is in post. That means that while other clubs are openly speaking with managers and their agents, the Gunners are having to tread carefully and act discreetly. Majority shareholder Stan Kroenke will ultimately have the final say on who replaces Wenger and he will also listen to advice from his son Josh. But both Kroenke’s will rely heavily on the advice of Sanllehi, Mislintat and Gazidis. It is a similar scenario in terms of player recruitment with agents and middle men currently unsure who has casting vote in terms of summer transfer targets. Premier League and Football League relegation, promotion and play-offs Arsenal want a goalkeeper, a central defender and a midfielder to bolster their squad, but there is a level of confusion from outside the club over who is in charge. Agents have traditionally either gone direct to Wenger or approached Dick Law, who this season stepped down from his job that saw him directly involved in player recruitment and contracts. Mislintat and Gazidis took the lead during the January transfer window, as the pair were pictured in Germany to negotiate the club record transfer of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mislintat recommended Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
Arsenal are split over who they want to replace Arsene Wenger as the club step up their search for his successor. This is expected to be Wenger’s final season in charge at the Emirates, even if Arsenal win the Europa League and qualify for the Champions League. Attention is now turning to how Wenger will be replaced, with head of football relations Raul Sanllehi, head of recruitment Sven Mislintat and chief executive Ivan Gazidis all working on the succession plan. Spanish sources claim that Sanllehi’s favoured candidate is Luis Enrique, who he worked with successfully at Barcelona. Enrique won two La Liga titles and the Champions League while in charge of Barcelona and is keen to resume his managerial career in England when he completes his year-long sabbatical. The Spaniard has also been linked with Chelsea, but his wage demands, which are said to top £10 million-a-year, could put off both clubs. Luis Enrique, who is keen on managing in England, has been linked with Arsenal Credit: Getty Images Mislintat is believed to be concentrating his attention in Germany. He is a big fan of 30-year-old Hoffenheim manager Julian Nagelsmann and Shalke’s Domenico Tedesco, who is just two years older. A picture emerged of Mislintat at Shalke’s 2-0 victory over his former club Borussia Dortmund over the weekend and Tedesco’s team are second in the Bundesliga table. Hoffenheim are four places back in sixth and Nagelsmann’s work in his two-and-a-half years in charge have earned him a reputation for being one of the best young coaches in Europe. Gazidis is known to be a big admirer of former Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta, who is also somebody Sanllehi rates, and is impressed by the work of Monaco’s Leonardo Jardim and Celtic’s Brendan Rodgers. Arsenal ideally want a younger man to replace 68-year-old Wenger and Sanllehi, Mislintat and Gazidis will all work together to try to find common ground on exactly who should make their shortlist. Brendan Rodgers is another manager who has been touted as a possible replacement for Wenger Credit: Getty Images But that will not be an easy job with each man favouring different candidates and working to their own agendas. Arsenal’s determination to ensure Wenger is given a respectful exit also complicates the process over finding his successor, as the club do not want to be seen to be approaching candidates while the Frenchman is in post. That means that while other clubs are openly speaking with managers and their agents, the Gunners are having to tread carefully and act discreetly. Majority shareholder Stan Kroenke will ultimately have the final say on who replaces Wenger and he will also listen to advice from his son Josh. But both Kroenke’s will rely heavily on the advice of Sanllehi, Mislintat and Gazidis. It is a similar scenario in terms of player recruitment with agents and middle men currently unsure who has casting vote in terms of summer transfer targets. Premier League and Football League relegation, promotion and play-offs Arsenal want a goalkeeper, a central defender and a midfielder to bolster their squad, but there is a level of confusion from outside the club over who is in charge. Agents have traditionally either gone direct to Wenger or approached Dick Law, who this season stepped down from his job that saw him directly involved in player recruitment and contracts. Mislintat and Gazidis took the lead during the January transfer window, as the pair were pictured in Germany to negotiate the club record transfer of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mislintat recommended Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
Arsenal split on who they want to succeed Arsene Wenger
Arsenal are split over who they want to replace Arsene Wenger as the club step up their search for his successor. This is expected to be Wenger’s final season in charge at the Emirates, even if Arsenal win the Europa League and qualify for the Champions League. Attention is now turning to how Wenger will be replaced, with head of football relations Raul Sanllehi, head of recruitment Sven Mislintat and chief executive Ivan Gazidis all working on the succession plan. Spanish sources claim that Sanllehi’s favoured candidate is Luis Enrique, who he worked with successfully at Barcelona. Enrique won two La Liga titles and the Champions League while in charge of Barcelona and is keen to resume his managerial career in England when he completes his year-long sabbatical. The Spaniard has also been linked with Chelsea, but his wage demands, which are said to top £10 million-a-year, could put off both clubs. Luis Enrique, who is keen on managing in England, has been linked with Arsenal Credit: Getty Images Mislintat is believed to be concentrating his attention in Germany. He is a big fan of 30-year-old Hoffenheim manager Julian Nagelsmann and Shalke’s Domenico Tedesco, who is just two years older. A picture emerged of Mislintat at Shalke’s 2-0 victory over his former club Borussia Dortmund over the weekend and Tedesco’s team are second in the Bundesliga table. Hoffenheim are four places back in sixth and Nagelsmann’s work in his two-and-a-half years in charge have earned him a reputation for being one of the best young coaches in Europe. Gazidis is known to be a big admirer of former Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta, who is also somebody Sanllehi rates, and is impressed by the work of Monaco’s Leonardo Jardim and Celtic’s Brendan Rodgers. Arsenal ideally want a younger man to replace 68-year-old Wenger and Sanllehi, Mislintat and Gazidis will all work together to try to find common ground on exactly who should make their shortlist. Brendan Rodgers is another manager who has been touted as a possible replacement for Wenger Credit: Getty Images But that will not be an easy job with each man favouring different candidates and working to their own agendas. Arsenal’s determination to ensure Wenger is given a respectful exit also complicates the process over finding his successor, as the club do not want to be seen to be approaching candidates while the Frenchman is in post. That means that while other clubs are openly speaking with managers and their agents, the Gunners are having to tread carefully and act discreetly. Majority shareholder Stan Kroenke will ultimately have the final say on who replaces Wenger and he will also listen to advice from his son Josh. But both Kroenke’s will rely heavily on the advice of Sanllehi, Mislintat and Gazidis. It is a similar scenario in terms of player recruitment with agents and middle men currently unsure who has casting vote in terms of summer transfer targets. Premier League and Football League relegation, promotion and play-offs Arsenal want a goalkeeper, a central defender and a midfielder to bolster their squad, but there is a level of confusion from outside the club over who is in charge. Agents have traditionally either gone direct to Wenger or approached Dick Law, who this season stepped down from his job that saw him directly involved in player recruitment and contracts. Mislintat and Gazidis took the lead during the January transfer window, as the pair were pictured in Germany to negotiate the club record transfer of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mislintat recommended Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
Arsenal are split over who they want to replace Arsene Wenger as the club step up their search for his successor. This is expected to be Wenger’s final season in charge at the Emirates, even if Arsenal win the Europa League and qualify for the Champions League. Attention is now turning to how Wenger will be replaced, with head of football relations Raul Sanllehi, head of recruitment Sven Mislintat and chief executive Ivan Gazidis all working on the succession plan. Spanish sources claim that Sanllehi’s favoured candidate is Luis Enrique, who he worked with successfully at Barcelona. Enrique won two La Liga titles and the Champions League while in charge of Barcelona and is keen to resume his managerial career in England when he completes his year-long sabbatical. The Spaniard has also been linked with Chelsea, but his wage demands, which are said to top £10 million-a-year, could put off both clubs. Luis Enrique, who is keen on managing in England, has been linked with Arsenal Credit: Getty Images Mislintat is believed to be concentrating his attention in Germany. He is a big fan of 30-year-old Hoffenheim manager Julian Nagelsmann and Shalke’s Domenico Tedesco, who is just two years older. A picture emerged of Mislintat at Shalke’s 2-0 victory over his former club Borussia Dortmund over the weekend and Tedesco’s team are second in the Bundesliga table. Hoffenheim are four places back in sixth and Nagelsmann’s work in his two-and-a-half years in charge have earned him a reputation for being one of the best young coaches in Europe. Gazidis is known to be a big admirer of former Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta, who is also somebody Sanllehi rates, and is impressed by the work of Monaco’s Leonardo Jardim and Celtic’s Brendan Rodgers. Arsenal ideally want a younger man to replace 68-year-old Wenger and Sanllehi, Mislintat and Gazidis will all work together to try to find common ground on exactly who should make their shortlist. Brendan Rodgers is another manager who has been touted as a possible replacement for Wenger Credit: Getty Images But that will not be an easy job with each man favouring different candidates and working to their own agendas. Arsenal’s determination to ensure Wenger is given a respectful exit also complicates the process over finding his successor, as the club do not want to be seen to be approaching candidates while the Frenchman is in post. That means that while other clubs are openly speaking with managers and their agents, the Gunners are having to tread carefully and act discreetly. Majority shareholder Stan Kroenke will ultimately have the final say on who replaces Wenger and he will also listen to advice from his son Josh. But both Kroenke’s will rely heavily on the advice of Sanllehi, Mislintat and Gazidis. It is a similar scenario in terms of player recruitment with agents and middle men currently unsure who has casting vote in terms of summer transfer targets. Premier League and Football League relegation, promotion and play-offs Arsenal want a goalkeeper, a central defender and a midfielder to bolster their squad, but there is a level of confusion from outside the club over who is in charge. Agents have traditionally either gone direct to Wenger or approached Dick Law, who this season stepped down from his job that saw him directly involved in player recruitment and contracts. Mislintat and Gazidis took the lead during the January transfer window, as the pair were pictured in Germany to negotiate the club record transfer of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mislintat recommended Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
Arsenal split on who they want to succeed Arsene Wenger
Arsenal are split over who they want to replace Arsene Wenger as the club step up their search for his successor. This is expected to be Wenger’s final season in charge at the Emirates, even if Arsenal win the Europa League and qualify for the Champions League. Attention is now turning to how Wenger will be replaced, with head of football relations Raul Sanllehi, head of recruitment Sven Mislintat and chief executive Ivan Gazidis all working on the succession plan. Spanish sources claim that Sanllehi’s favoured candidate is Luis Enrique, who he worked with successfully at Barcelona. Enrique won two La Liga titles and the Champions League while in charge of Barcelona and is keen to resume his managerial career in England when he completes his year-long sabbatical. The Spaniard has also been linked with Chelsea, but his wage demands, which are said to top £10 million-a-year, could put off both clubs. Luis Enrique, who is keen on managing in England, has been linked with Arsenal Credit: Getty Images Mislintat is believed to be concentrating his attention in Germany. He is a big fan of 30-year-old Hoffenheim manager Julian Nagelsmann and Shalke’s Domenico Tedesco, who is just two years older. A picture emerged of Mislintat at Shalke’s 2-0 victory over his former club Borussia Dortmund over the weekend and Tedesco’s team are second in the Bundesliga table. Hoffenheim are four places back in sixth and Nagelsmann’s work in his two-and-a-half years in charge have earned him a reputation for being one of the best young coaches in Europe. Gazidis is known to be a big admirer of former Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta, who is also somebody Sanllehi rates, and is impressed by the work of Monaco’s Leonardo Jardim and Celtic’s Brendan Rodgers. Arsenal ideally want a younger man to replace 68-year-old Wenger and Sanllehi, Mislintat and Gazidis will all work together to try to find common ground on exactly who should make their shortlist. Brendan Rodgers is another manager who has been touted as a possible replacement for Wenger Credit: Getty Images But that will not be an easy job with each man favouring different candidates and working to their own agendas. Arsenal’s determination to ensure Wenger is given a respectful exit also complicates the process over finding his successor, as the club do not want to be seen to be approaching candidates while the Frenchman is in post. That means that while other clubs are openly speaking with managers and their agents, the Gunners are having to tread carefully and act discreetly. Majority shareholder Stan Kroenke will ultimately have the final say on who replaces Wenger and he will also listen to advice from his son Josh. But both Kroenke’s will rely heavily on the advice of Sanllehi, Mislintat and Gazidis. It is a similar scenario in terms of player recruitment with agents and middle men currently unsure who has casting vote in terms of summer transfer targets. Premier League and Football League relegation, promotion and play-offs Arsenal want a goalkeeper, a central defender and a midfielder to bolster their squad, but there is a level of confusion from outside the club over who is in charge. Agents have traditionally either gone direct to Wenger or approached Dick Law, who this season stepped down from his job that saw him directly involved in player recruitment and contracts. Mislintat and Gazidis took the lead during the January transfer window, as the pair were pictured in Germany to negotiate the club record transfer of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mislintat recommended Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
GRAF7147. CORNELLÁ (BARCELONA), 18/04/2018.- El entrenador del Espanyol, Quique Sánchez Flores, se lamenta tras finalizar el partido de liga disputado ante el Eibar, esta noche en el RCDE Estadium. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta
GRAF7147. CORNELLÁ (BARCELONA), 18/04/2018.- El entrenador del Espanyol, Quique Sánchez Flores, se lamenta tras finalizar el partido de liga disputado ante el Eibar, esta noche en el RCDE Estadium. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta
GRAF7147. CORNELLÁ (BARCELONA), 18/04/2018.- El entrenador del Espanyol, Quique Sánchez Flores, se lamenta tras finalizar el partido de liga disputado ante el Eibar, esta noche en el RCDE Estadium. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta
GRAF7114. CORNELLÁ (BARCELONA), 18/04/2018.- El delantero del Eibar Rubén Peña (d) pelea un balón con los jugadores del Espanyol David López (i) y Óscar Melendo en el partido de liga que se disputa esta noche en el RCDE Estadium. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta
GRAF7114. CORNELLÁ (BARCELONA), 18/04/2018.- El delantero del Eibar Rubén Peña (d) pelea un balón con los jugadores del Espanyol David López (i) y Óscar Melendo en el partido de liga que se disputa esta noche en el RCDE Estadium. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta
GRAF7114. CORNELLÁ (BARCELONA), 18/04/2018.- El delantero del Eibar Rubén Peña (d) pelea un balón con los jugadores del Espanyol David López (i) y Óscar Melendo en el partido de liga que se disputa esta noche en el RCDE Estadium. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta
GRAF7112. CORNELLÁ (BARCELONA), 18/04/2018.- El centrocampista del Espanyol Sergi Darder (d) pelea un balón con delantero del Eibar Rubén Peña en el partido de liga que se disputa esta noche en el RCDE Estadium. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF7112. CORNELLÁ (BARCELONA), 18/04/2018.- El centrocampista del Espanyol Sergi Darder (d) pelea un balón con delantero del Eibar Rubén Peña en el partido de liga que se disputa esta noche en el RCDE Estadium. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF7112. CORNELLÁ (BARCELONA), 18/04/2018.- El centrocampista del Espanyol Sergi Darder (d) pelea un balón con delantero del Eibar Rubén Peña en el partido de liga que se disputa esta noche en el RCDE Estadium. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone insists that he hasn't given up on snatching the La Liga title from leaders Barcelona, saying that 'football is amazing and anything can happen'.
'Football is amazing' - Simeone still dreaming of La Liga title
Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone insists that he hasn't given up on snatching the La Liga title from leaders Barcelona, saying that 'football is amazing and anything can happen'.
Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone insists that he hasn't given up on snatching the La Liga title from leaders Barcelona, saying that 'football is amazing and anything can happen'.
'Football is amazing' - Simeone still dreaming of La Liga title
Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone insists that he hasn't given up on snatching the La Liga title from leaders Barcelona, saying that 'football is amazing and anything can happen'.
Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone insists that he hasn't given up on snatching the La Liga title from leaders Barcelona, saying that 'football is amazing and anything can happen'.
'Football is amazing' - Simeone still dreaming of La Liga title
Atletico Madrid head coach Diego Simeone insists that he hasn't given up on snatching the La Liga title from leaders Barcelona, saying that 'football is amazing and anything can happen'.
A equipe blaugrana empatou contra o Celta de Vigo e aumentou a seca de vitória no Balaídos para três anos
Barcelona mantém a invencibilidade em La Liga, mas perde a chance de chegar aos 100 pontos
A equipe blaugrana empatou contra o Celta de Vigo e aumentou a seca de vitória no Balaídos para três anos
A equipe blaugrana empatou contra o Celta de Vigo e aumentou a seca de vitória no Balaídos para três anos
Barcelona mantém a invencibilidade em La Liga, mas perde a chance de chegar aos 100 pontos
A equipe blaugrana empatou contra o Celta de Vigo e aumentou a seca de vitória no Balaídos para três anos
A equipe blaugrana empatou contra o Celta de Vigo e aumentou a seca de vitória no Balaídos para três anos
Barcelona mantém a invencibilidade em La Liga, mas perde a chance de chegar aos 100 pontos
A equipe blaugrana empatou contra o Celta de Vigo e aumentou a seca de vitória no Balaídos para três anos
Podría ser un fin de semana de gloria para el conjunto catalán: debe vencer al Sevilla y esperar dos derrotas del Atlético Madrid.
Barcelona puede ser campeón de Copa el sábado y de Liga el domingo
Podría ser un fin de semana de gloria para el conjunto catalán: debe vencer al Sevilla y esperar dos derrotas del Atlético Madrid.
Lionel Messi’s presence in Asia with Barcelona would be a ready-made chance for La Liga to establish itself in the region.
Spain faces hard battle to catch up with Premier League in Asia
Lionel Messi’s presence in Asia with Barcelona would be a ready-made chance for La Liga to establish itself in the region.

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