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FC Barcelona News: 30 December 2014; Barça Express Unhappiness Over CAS Verdict, Busy January Awaits Players

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FC Barcelona statement regarding CAS verdict | FC Barcelona
The errors that the Club might have committed, and which have been recognised and argued before the corresponding authorities are, in all cases, of an administrative nature and to a large extent have been caused by the existing conflict between the FIFA regulations and Spanish legislation, along with the Club’s conviction that it was acting correctly.

A busy January for FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
2015 will kick off in busy fashion for Luis Enrique’s Barça side with 6 confirmed fixtures for the opening month of the calendar year, which could be extended to nine matches should they make it to the last eight of the Spanish Cup and their league game against Villarreal is played on Saturday the 31st. Three of the confirmed fixtures are against the same opponents, Elche.

More digital fans than ever for FC Barcelona in 2014 | FC Barcelona
More than 68 million new followers have added themselves to the more than 40 Barça social profiles on Facebook (9), Twitter (15), Instagram (2), LINE (6), Youtube, Dailymotion, Google+, WeChat, Sina Weibo, Tencent Weibo, TuneIn, BBM and Pinterest.

Most popular FC Barcelona videos on Vine of 2014 | FC Barcelona
Find out which videos have been a hit this year on the popular application

FC Barcelona B return to training | FC Barcelona
Barça B returned to training on Monday after the Christmas break as they prepare for Saturday's game at the Miniestadi against Las Palmas which kicks off at 8.00pm (CET). The good news was the return to training of Cameroonian Wilfred Kaptoum for the first time since recovering from a hamstring problem.

Gareth Bale not for sale at any price Real Madrid president says - ESPN FC
"We haven't received an offer from Manchester United or any other club for Gareth Bale," he said. "We wouldn't listen to any offers for Bale, regardless of the amount." He added: "I cannot imagine Real Madrid without Cristiano Ronaldo, nor Gareth Bale. This is a unique player who has already given us a lot and is crucial to the future of the club."

Valencia and Benfica agree deal for Argentina international Enzo Perez -
The Argentina midfielder will sign for the Spanish side on January 2 if he passes a medical in a deal reported to be worth 25 million euros. The Argentine has spent three-and-a-half years at the Portuguese giant, in which time he won the league once along with three other domestic trophies and reached the Europa League final twice. Perez also was part of the Argentina team which reached the final of the World Cup in Brazil.

Villarreal to let Cani leave | Football Espana
Villarreal have told veteran midfielder Cani that he is free to find a new club in the January transfer window. The 33-year-old has fallen out of favour with boss Marcelino this season, having started just five La Liga games, and the club has confirmed they are seeking a solution that will satisfy both the club and the player.

Cruz Azul announces Santa Cruz capture -
Paraguayan striker Roque Santa Cruz’s prolonged transfer from Malaga to Liga MX side Cruz Azul was confirmed Monday. The 33-year-old former Bayern Munich forward has signed a two-year deal with the Mexican side, announced Cruz Azul on its website.

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