FC Barcelona v PSG: Did you know? | FC Barcelona
This is the third meeting between the teams at the Camp Nou. Both previous encounters ended 1-1.In total, Barça have one win and PSG have two in the six previous games between these two teams. The other three ended all square.
Ter Stegen ready for Ibrahimovic... and everyone else | FC Barcelona
Marc-André ter Stegen has become Luis Enrique’s regular first choice keeper in the Champions League. In his first press conference since the day he was presented, and on the eve of the game with PSG, he commented that "if we play the way we know we can, we’ll win … We want to finish top of the group".
Squad announced to face PSG | FC Barcelona
On Wednesday morning, Luis Enrique named his eighteen to face PSG in the evening’s Champions League clash at 8.45 PM CET in the Camp Nou. Along with the suspended Alves and Rafinha, and the injured Vermaelen, he has also opted to do without Masip, Montoya and Douglas
Same plans for Luis Enrique | FC Barcelona
In his press conference prior to the showdown between Barça and PSG, home manager Luis Enrique kept his cards very close to his chest. "The idea is go out and do what we do in any game, go out to win" he said. "We’re playing against one of the candidates to win the title and they are such a top quality side that we’ll need to produce our best both in attack and defence."
The French view of FC Barcelona v PSG | FC Barcelona
The high profile game on Wednesday night between FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain at the Camp Nou has attracted plenty of French reporters to the city. The two clubs are going into battle for top place in the group in what Pierre Menes (Canal Plus) describes as "an important match but not a decisive match …
A confident PSG will look to hit Barça on the counter | FC Barcelona
Paris Saint-Germain come to Camp Nou full of confidence on the back of a 23 game unbeaten streak in all competitions this season. They lead Group F in the Champions’ League, are currently second in Ligue 1 in France and they are the only side who remain without defeat in the big five European leagues with 15 victories and 8 draws.
Lionel Messi's double doping test nothing unusual - Enrique Gomez Bastida - ESPN FC
"All are subject to a urine test, while one also has a blood test," he said. "In the case of Messi and the Barcelona players, it was totally random. Unless we have some reason to suspect a player, and in this case we did not, it is always like this."
FC Barcelona update Munir's contract | FC Barcelona
Munir El Haddadi signed an updated contract on Tuesday afternoon in which his release clause, in accordance with the new agreement, rises to some 35 million Euros. The signing took place at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper and also present were the Sporting vice president Jordi Mestre and Director of Football Andoni Zubizarreta.
Barça U19 - PSG U19 (0-0): Goalless draw enough for place in next round | FC Barcelona
The Barça U19 A side is through to the last 16 of the UEFA Youth League following a goalless draw against Paris Saint-Germain at the Mini Stadium in Barcelona. The side coached by Jordi Vinyals had the better of the game and enjoyed several great chances to take the lead, especially in the first half. Nevertheless, a draw was enough for the blaugranes to book their ticket to the knock out stages of the competition.
Carlo Ancelotti: James Rodriguez won't recover for FIFA Club World Cup | Sky Sports
Rodriguez was hurt during Saturday's 3-0 victory over Celta Vigo and tests revealed Rodriguez has a grade one muscular injury in his right calf. Real have not given an indication of the player's recovery period but the Colombian international is expected to be ruled out until the new year.
Real Madrid could make January bid for Lucas Silva | Football News | Sky Sports
With Croatian midfielder Luka Modric sidelined until February with a thigh injury and Sami Khedira's future at the club uncertain - the Germany international has yet to sign a contract extension with his current deal ending next summer - the European champions may reinforce their midfield line in January.
Almeria end coach Francisco Javier Rodriguez's tenure in Andalusia | Sky Sports
Almeria have parted company with coach Francisco Javier Rodriguez, the Primera Liga club announced on Tuesday. The Andalusian club made the decision following Monday's 5-2 defeat at Eibar, that extended Almeria's winless run to eight games.