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FC Barcelona News: 23 December 2014; Barça Kickoff Times Undergo Change, Changes Also Made to Barcelona Executive Structure

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Change of time for trips to Deportivo (Liga) and Elche (Cup) | FC Barcelona
It has been announced by the Spanish Football League that the kick-offs of two Barça away games in January have been changed. The affected matches are the ones at Deportivo la Coruña in the league and Elche in the cup. The game originally scheduled to be played at Riazor on Saturday 17 January has been switched to Sunday 18 at 7.00 PM CET.

Last days of voting for Samba Gold | FC Barcelona
Neymar and Dani Alves are in the running for Samba Gold, an award for the best Brazilian footballers in Europe. They are on a shortlist of 30, and votes can be cast on the Sambafoot website from December 1 to 30. The winner will be announced in February.

Changes in the executive structure at FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
Therefore, President Bartomeu has proposed to the Board of Directors that they sever the contract of the current Director General Antoni Rossich and replace him with the current managing director Ignacio Mestre. The new restructuring of the Executive will speed up the decision making process.

21 goals for FC Barcelona at the Camp Nou in December | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona scored a total of 21 goals at Camp Nou during the month of December. The wins against Espanyol by five goals to one, Paris Saint-Germain (3-1), Huesca (8-1) and Córdoba (5-0) have allowed the blaugranes to end the month with an average of 5.25 goals per game.

Abidal unsure over Barca role | Football Espana
"As you know I always speak the truth and I didn’t end my career to return to Barca. I ended it because I felt it was the right time," said Abidal in an interview with RMC. "Having said that, I’ve got the chance to go to Barca, although I should also say I have an opportunity at Olympiacos and have also been approached by UEFA.

Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos in no rush to sign new deal | Sky Sports
The Spain international has held talks with the European champions with a view to remain with Los Blancos after June 2017, when his current deal expires. "We've had meetings to speak about the contract extension but I'm not in a hurry," Ramos told Spanish radio station Cadena Ser. "I have two years left on my contract.