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18 Jan
FC Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman said he and the team's players were ‘sad’ and ‘disappointed’ after the 2-3 defeat to Athletic Bilbao in the Super Cup final in Seville on Sunday.
17 Dec 2019
"FC Barcelona takes on Real Madrid C.F. in the first Clasico of the season on Wednesday at the Camp Nou. Both teams head into the game locked on 35 points at the top of the Laliga table as Solomon Fowowe and Deniz Erezi look at who emerges at the top of the table and has the highest goal of the season between Messi and Benzema."
22 Feb 2018
FC Barcelona President Josep Bartomeu discusses the sale of Neymar, Lionel Messi's contract and the soccer transfer market.
21 Feb 2018
FC Barcelona President Josep Bartomeu discusses the value of star player Lionel Messi. He speaks exclusively to Bloomberg's Ed Ludlow in London.
21 Feb 2018
FC Barcelona President Josep Bartomeu discusses the club's revenue growth and value of star player Lionel Messi.

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