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FC Barcelona: News: 7 August 2011: Barca finish with a win, Guardiola admits lack of preparation

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ARLINGTON, TX - AUGUST 06:  A fan of FC Barcelona during a match against Club America at Cowboys Stadium on August 6, 2011 in Arlington, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
ARLINGTON, TX - AUGUST 06: A fan of FC Barcelona during a match against Club America at Cowboys Stadium on August 6, 2011 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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Guardiola: "the mind can do anything" | FCBarcelona.cat

Pep Guardiola is clear that his team will go into the Spanish Super Cup against Real Madrid a little short of preparation, but insisted that: "it’s the state of mind that counts in these cases – the mind can do anything".

 

Chelsea's Oriol Romeu hopes for Barcelona return in the future - Goal.com

The La Liga and Champions League holders have secured the option to re-sign the player over the next two years, and Romeu has refused to rule out a second stint at Camp Nou. "You never know what could happen in the future, I will always support Barca and I hope someday I can return there," he said at a press conference. "But right now, what I want is to succeed at Chelsea and be fine there."

 

Cesc Fabregas' move from Arsenal to Barcelona has entered final stages - Xavi - Goal.com

"We look forward to Cesc joining, and it seems that it is in the final stages now," the 31-year-old stated. "We hope that the signing goes through as it is what we all want. "It's a matter of agreement between Barca and Arsenal, but I am optimistic and I think Cesc will arrive at the club."

Tottenham vs Athletic de Bilbao Report - Goal.com

A second half renaissance ensured that Tottenham beat Athletic Bilbao 2-1 in their final pre-season friendly at White Hart Lane. A turgid first half contrasted vividly with the second, with a host of changes that closer resembled Harry Redknapp’s more-likely starting lineup, overturning a 1-0 half-time deficit.

 

La Liga - Lost in translation: Chinese brand Ronaldo 'arrogant' - Yahoo! Eurosport

"He always seems selfish and arrogant," said Yan Qiang, vice-president of Titan Media, told AFP. "His behaviour won't help his cause in China, nor will it help that of (sponsor) Nike. "The questions he was asked didn't have much to do with football. Chinese fans are different from European fans. Chinese are more into the personal lives of their icons."

 

UEFA changes place of Turkish Trabzonspor-Athletic Bilbao match | General | World Bulletin

According to the statement aired at the web-page of Trabzonspor, the Turkish soccer team Trabzonspor will play the first leg of the match with Athletic Bilbao in Spain on August 18.

 

 

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