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FC Barcelona News: 25 March 2013; Tito Vilanova To Return To Barcelona This Week

Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno

Welcome home, Tito | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova will be returning home this week after being in New York for the last two months. Tito travelled to New York on January 21st for treatment and this week he will be returning home to the Catalan capital.

Xavi one trophy away from Gento’s record | FC Barcelona
On 26th August 2011 he overtook Guillermo Amor to top the ranking of title winners with FC Barcelona. Fifteen years after making his debut he’s accumulated an incredible 20 club honours and is on the brink of equalling the Spanish record held by Real Madrid legend Paco Gento, who won 23 club titles plus one with Spain, the 1964 European Nations Cup.

Vigo and Paris mark Easter for Barça | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona have two away fixtures in Easter week. The first is on Saturday at 18.00 at Balaídos, home of Celta, in the 29th Liga match of the season. Then on Tuesday at the Parc des Princes they play the first leg of their UCL quarter final with Paris Saint-Germain.

FC Barcelona ready for the final stretch of the season | FC Barcelona
It’s the final countdown, the last stretch before the big titles of the season are decided. With a little more than two months to go before the 2012/13 season comes to a close, the Blaugrana find themselves battling on two fronts: La Liga and the Champions League.

‘Barca-Neymar deal since 2011’ | Football Espana
Sport claim today that Barca’s assurance of picking up the 21-year-old Brazil international stems further back, to November 2011, when a ‘private agreement’ was signed between the player and the club, as a commitment to his intentions of signing in the future. It is alleged that this agreement granted Barca a preferential purchase option, exclusively across the European market.

Mozambican player Simao Mate joins the ranks of Levante > LFP
Levante have acquired Mozambican midfielder Simao Mate and following his time playing in China, the player told reporters why he chose Levante over other offers that apparently came from many different places: "I like the project this club has and I like the way they work".

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