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FC Barcelona News: 13 November 2011; Spain Lose to England, Pedro Back in Training

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Cesc again had a forgettable game.
Cesc again had a forgettable game.

Match Report: England 1-0 Spain - Goal.com
Captain Frank Lampard scored the only goal of the game just after half-time to deliver England a famous 1-0 victory over Spain at Wembley, despite the hosts having to defend doggedly for the majority of the friendly international.

Barcelona's Pedro resumes training following ankle injury - Goal.com
Barcelona forward Pedro has returned to training ahead of Saturday's La Liga match against Real Zaragoza. The Spain international picked up an ankle injury in his side's 1-0 away win over Granada on October 25 and has since been out of action.

International players’ return sets the training agenda for week ahead | FC Barcelona
After a three day break, the squad will be back in training on Monday morning, though they will be without their international players and on Monday and Tuesday they will train with the B team players. Hopefully, most of the players off on international duty will be back and available for Wednesday evening’s training session.

Barça unbeaten in six months | FC Barcelona
Barça and Benfica are the only two leading clubs in Europe who remain unbeaten since the start of the season. Guardiola’s team has indeed remained unbeaten since 30th April, when they went down in the league against Real Sociedad.

Barcelona's football is out of this world, says Patrick Kluivert - Goal.com
Patrick Kluivert has described Barcelona's football as "out of this world" as he praises his former club. The Dutchman played for the Camp Nou-based giants between 1998 and 2004 and scored 122 goals during that time.

Gabriel Milito: Barcelona are still better than Real Madrid - Goal.com
Former Barcelona defender Gabriel Milito feels that the Catalan club are still a level above rivals Real Madrid. The Camp Nou outfit are trailing Madrid in La Liga by three points after 11 matches, though the two clubs have not yet locked horns with one another in the competition.

Real Madrid behaved arrogantly during Neymar transfer saga, says Santos president - Goal.com
Santos president Luis Alvaro Ribeiro has slammed Real Madrid's behaviour in their attempts to sign Brazil international Neymar. The Spanish giants tried to lure the attacker to the Santiago Bernabeu in the summer transfer window and have since stated more than once that they would like to sign him in 2012.lure

New deal for Alcácer at Valencia | LFP
Valencia player Paco Alcácer has signed an extension deal on his contract which will keep him at the club until June 2016. The forward said that he was very pleased to be staying on at "such a great team".

Atletico Madrid's Radamel Falcao: I will do everything to recover in time for Real Madrid match - Goal.com
Radamel Falcao says he is working hard to regain full fitness in time for Atletico Madrid's league clash with capital-city rivals Real Madrid.The 25-year-old striker suffered a strain to the abductor muscle in his left leg in Colombia's training session on Wednesday, a problem which ruled him out of the national team's World Cup qualifiers against Venezuela and Argentina.

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