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Lionel Messi, Sergio Busquets, Pedro, Adriano, Jordi Alba, Ivan Rakitic | Barcelona News

Despite differences, Messi thriving under Luis Enrique's leadership writes Francesc Tomas Barcelona are currently enjoying one of the most peaceful weeks of the season. With the team fully focused on extending their winning streak to an impressive 12 consecutive victories in the home game against Malaga on Saturday, there is a renewed sense of optimism and even euphoria in the air. The fantastic string of positive results has silenced the ongoing criticism that Luis Enrique had been receiving from the moment he returned to the Camp Nou. The Asturian realised early on that ...

Sergio Busquets Justifies New Deal but Form at Barcelona Can Hit Greater Heights
Sergio Busquets is set to be handed a new deal at Barcelona, but his form this season has been below its usual level. Marca reports that Barcelona and Busquets have already agreed terms on a new de...

Lionel Messi hands out Barcelona warning to Manchester City 
Lionel Messi has warned Manchester City they could not have picked a worse time to face Barcelona. The sides meet next week in the Champions League knockout stages for the second consecutive year a...

The art of passing the ball
Sometimes in a comments thread you see something that deserves to be a post. So it is with a comment from kosby: Several amazing questions – I won’t be pretending to have answers to all of them. Fo...

Understanding Pedro
Few players have been so liked by his coaches, yet so reviled by so many supporters while being misunderstood by those same supporters. Some of that is because Pedro defies traditional metrics, tho...

Adriano: "It's a pleasure to watch Leo Messi like that"
Adriano talked about Messi's great turn of form in a press conference: "It's a pleasure to watch Messi like that; it motivates us. This is the Leo that we know. He pulls the cart forward." The treb...

Alba: "This is the best moment of my career"
Jordi Alba is living the best moment of his career. In fact, he explained in an interview at Mundo Deportivo that he feels phisically perfect. The defender is one of the players with more minutes i...

Rakitic: "Messi is the best; I know it, you know it and your neighbour know it"
Ivan Rakitic has become a key player for Luis Enrique. The Croatian has celebrated how is the squad feeling, despite doing it with caution: "Everything has changed positively, but it can turn to ne... 

Andrés Iniesta could be back in time for Barça's next game, against Málaga. The Spain international, who missed their most recent game against Levante with a flu virus, trained this Wednesday with ...

Jesús Navas: "Barça aren't clear favourites" 
Jesús Navas is a man of few but well chosen words. Like his football, the chat he had with MARCA was a quickfire affair. City's big game is less than a week away; not long now until Barcelona's vis...

Lampard on Barça: "One lapse will cost you the game" 
Manchester City midfielder, Frank Lampard, has assured that "one lapse of concentration will cost you the game" against Barcelona, as they prepare to face the Spanish giants in the Champions League...

Terms agreed on new Busquets deal 
Barcelona and Sergio Busquets have agreed on the terms of a new deal for the player. Following talks between his agent, Jose Maria Orobitg, and the club's director of football, Raúl Sanllehí, it ap...

Premiership beckons for Pedro 
These are turbulent times for Pedro, who has been relegated to playing second fiddle in the wake of Luis Suárez' arrival. The Spaniard is seizing any opportunities Luis Enrique throws his way, but ...

Barcelona Sporting Director Carles Rexach Discusses Transfer Ban
"The biggest nonsense I have seen in recent years." That's the assessment of Barcelona's FIFA-imposed transfer ban from Carles Rexach, per AS (h/t ESPN FC reporter Dermot Corrigan). The Catalan clu...

Alves: "If I have to go, I'll do it with a smile"
Alves wants to renew for 3 years, according to Sport

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