Fans go wild at the Camp Nou | FCBarcelona
The stadium had been full for hours and there were thousands outside too, unable to get a ticket to see the players as they arrived. At 20.30, after their parade through the city streets, they walked out onto the pitch with the League and Champions League trophies.
Barca party with fans at Camp Nou | Eurosport
Saturday's 3-1 victory over Manchester United, a second Champions League triumph in three years and a fourth continental crown following successes in 1992 and 2006, capped a superb season in which the Spanish giants claimed a third successive Spanish league title and reached the Copa del Rey final.
Champions League 2010/11: Did you know...? | FCBarcelona
The 2011 European Champions scored the most goals in the Tournament and had the leading goalscorer during a fantastic campaign that reached a fitting conclusion at Wembley on Saturday night.
Barcelona B coach Luis Enrique confirms contact with Roma | Goal
The former Barcelona and Real Madrid midfielder has been linked with a move to Rome to succeed current interim coach Vincenzo Montella under the new leadership of Thomas DiBenedetto, and he is delighted to have been approached.
Barcelona's Champions League celebrations marred by violence and tragedy
A total of 109 people were arrested in the early hours of Sunday morning in Barcelona following the club's 3-1 victory over Manchester United in the Champions League final. The arrests were made for a number of offences including disorderly conduct, throwing objects, damaging property and violating police officers.
Cruyff: Pep could quit Barca | Eurosport
"Guardiola has worked very hard over the last few years and it wouldn't surprise me if he left independently of Saturday's result," Cruyff told Italian daily Gazzetta dello Sport. "If he left, it would only be because it is very difficult to withstand certain pressures in the long term. For this reason I think he would take a year off."
Pep - I'm staying put | Sky Sports
There had been speculation before the game that Guardiola could step down from the Barcelona post but he indicated he will stay on. When asked if he would still be their boss next term, he told Sky Sports News: "I have one year of the contract, yes."
Evra targets Barca rematch | ESPN
Patrice Evra wants to chance to tackle Barcelona again in next season's Champions League final. "Manchester United had a good season - not a great season because we didn't win on Saturday night - but we have still won the league and we are going to win the league again next year, and make sure we win the Champions League as well."
Levante to sign Caicedo | Sky Sports
Caicedo has enjoyed an impressive season on loan at Levante from Manchester City and has weighed in with 14 goals for the Primera Liga club. Levante can sign the Ecuador international for a fee of €1million (£868,000) and intend to exercise that option with City. However, rather than keep the powerful forward in their squad next season, it is understood Levante will cash in by selling Caicedo in the summer.
Getafe let coach Michel go | Eurosport
"Jose Miguel Gonzalez Martin del Campo, Michel, will not be in charge of Getafe next season," the club said in a brief statement on their website. "The coach's contract expired at the end of this season and in the end, the club decided not to extend it."
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