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FC Barcelona News October 2nd, 2011: Cesc Fabregas out for three weeks

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BARCELONA, SPAIN - AUGUST 15:  Cesc Fabregas kisses the t-shirt badge during his presentation as the new signing for FC Barcelona at Camp Nou sports complex on August 15, 2011 in Barcelona, Spain.  (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)
BARCELONA, SPAIN - AUGUST 15: Cesc Fabregas kisses the t-shirt badge during his presentation as the new signing for FC Barcelona at Camp Nou sports complex on August 15, 2011 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)
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Cesc out for 3 weeks | FCBarcelona.cat

The FC Barcelona, midfielder suffered a hamstring injury in training on Saturday morning and will be sidelined for three weeks.

....like we didn't see this one coming

Afellay could make finals, says Dutch coach - Soccer - SI.com

Netherlands coach Bert van Marwijk is convinced Ibrahim Afellay, who tore his cruciate knee ligament last week, will be fit in time for the Euro 2012 finals in Poland and Ukraine

...Ibi!!!! Well, things could be worse. After all, the Dutchman is dating her.

FC Barcelona Complains That Their Nike "Dri-Fit" Jerseys Aren't Keeping Them Dry - Business Insider
Officials and players claim the jerseys don’t properly soak up sweat and even become heavy and uncomfortably cling to players' bodies. Barcelona players have even gone so far as to weigh their uniforms at halftime to track its weight.

Bernabeu set for a face-lift as Barça move one step closer to a 'hidden war' - La Liga Loca - FourFourTwo
For the next couple of days at least, attentions return to the football field and Real Madrid’s Champions League clash with Ajax at the Bernabeu on Tuesday and Barcelona’s trip to the fun capital of Europe, Belarus, to face BATE Borisov a day later. But with Joan Laporta promising to speak out later in the week, it’s crossed fingers from the blog that there are more scandalous tit bits to come in Catalan capital.

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