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Barcelona Using Gareth Bale to Attack Real Madrid

Posted on 10 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

At FC Barcelona, there’s a constant attempt to not only distinguish themselves from Real Madrid in terms of approach and long-term planning, but also from the rest of the footballing world. The Gareth Bale acquisition is the perfect opportunity to take a shot at the spending and business handling of their greatest rivals. More

On Barcelona, Tito Vilanova & Pep Guardiola Airing Out Dirty Laundry

Posted on 17 Jul, 2013, by in Soccer

For quite a few years, in a world that seemed to force soccer fans to choose sides in the Barcelona – Real Madrid classico wars, Barca always came out as the squeaky clean club, where everyone are friends, nice and moral. But Pep Guardiola seems to have a lot of feeling harbored against his former club, while Tito Vilanova himself, maybe part of the club’s wishes, attacked the man he used to work under. More

Lionel Messi to Stay with FC Barcelona Forever

Posted on 21 Sep, 2012, by in Soccer

Lionel Messi has his current contract with Barcelona running till 2016, but it seems that the club aren’t waiting till the last minute or even close to that to renew it once more and improve his conditions (meaning salary) and prolong his future with the club. More

Barcelona Plans Will Ruin European Football

Posted on 18 Nov, 2011, by in Soccer

There was football before Barcelona became such a trendy team, more than a team actually. Before everything Messi did was compared to everyone else great around and before. Megalomania doesn’t befit anyone, and those who belive they’re greater than the game shall fall, eventually. More

For a Change – The Summer Belongs to Barcelona?

Posted on 21 Jun, 2011, by in Soccer

While Real Madrid and Jose Mourinho stay quiet west of Barcelona, planning in dark chambers how to overtake the Spanish Kingdom and Europe once again, June seems to be another month Barcelona own, at least in the headlines, unlike previous summers, busy with talks involving Alexis Sanchez and Cesc Fabregas. More