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FC Barcelona News: 10 February 2015; El Clasico Kickoff Time Announced, Eusebio Fired as Barcelona B Coach

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Clásico at the Camp Nou, Sunday 22 March at 9.00pm (CET) | FC Barcelona
The latest batch of kickoff times has been announced by the Liga organising committee, and these include one of the most eagerly awaited fixtures of the global football season, the Barça v Real Madrid Clásico. The game at the Camp Nou will be played on Sunday 22 March, kicking off at 9.00pm (CET).

Suárez, Neymar and Messi forming devastating threesome | FC Barcelona
Luis Suárez, Neymar and Leo Messi have only been playing together for just over three months but they are already proving to be one of the most lethal attacking tridents in the world. They have played a combined total of 54 matches and the return has been 42 goals and 24 assists, an average of 0.8 goals and 0.4 assists each a game, for an overall tally of 1.2 each.

Eusebio Sacristán's contract as FC Barcelona B manager terminated | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona has announced that Eusebio Sacristán shall be ceasing his duties manager of Barça B. The club wishes to thank him for everything he has done for the club as reserve team coach, where he has very much made his mark, as he did before that as a player. His assistant Carlos Hugo’s contract has also been terminated.

All set for Thursday's '1in11' auction in London | FC Barcelona
The big moment for the 1in11 project comes on Thursday with the auction at Sotheby’s in London starting at 8.00pm British time. There are 17 works of art, including three on an FC Barcelona theme, are going on sale for charity as well as two exclusive Barça experiences. It’s all part of the joint efforts of the FC Barcelona Foundation, Unicef and Qatar based Reach Out To Asia (ROTA).

Make FC Barcelona your Valentine's Day first | FC Barcelona
Barça want to celebrate Valentine’s Day with you and we’ve prepared a very special offer to share with your passion Barça with the person you most love. It means you can enjoy the following matches at special knockdown prices:

Pere Guardiola, Luis Suarez agent and Pep brother, leads Girona takeover bid - ESPN FC
Guardiola, a well-known agent whose clients include Barcelona forward Luis Suarez, is heading a group of local businessmen looking to buy out the financially troubled club -- currently level on points with leaders Las Palmas at the top the second tier of Spanish football -- for a sum of around 2.3 million euros.

Real Madrid fans angered by Ronaldo party after derby thrashing -
A banner was held up by a group of supporters outside the training complex in Valdebebas reading "Your laughter, our shame." Real Madrid supporters have made their disgust clear after Cristiano Ronaldo went ahead with his birthday celebrations despite his side's thrashing by Atletico Madrid.

Zinedine Zidane tipped for top at Real Madrid as Carlo Ancelotti faces pressure - ESPN FC
Former Madrid star Zidane is currently in charge of the club's Castilla B-team, having spent the 2013-14 campaign as Ancelotti's assistant with the senior side, and has been touted as an eventual successor to the Italian.

Real Madrid's Sami Khedira set for three weeks on sidelines due to hamstring injury | Sky Sports
The German international was substituted at half-time in the 4-0 defeat to Atletico Madrid on Saturday with a hamstring injury. He is now set for three weeks on the sidelines and will miss La Liga matches against Deportivo la Coruna, Elche and Villarreal, as well as a return to Germany to take on Schalke on February 18.

Two weeks out for Alcacer | Football Espana
Alcacer reported pain around the knee in the win over Espanyol and was withdrawn as a result, with a scan on Monday confirming the problem. The Spain international is also carrying a deep bruise on his knee, Marca reports, while Enzo Perez didn’t come out for the second half after a bruise around the Achilles tendon left him unable to stand.

Suarez stunner help Elche prevail | Sky Sports Football
Damian Suarez's 30-yard thunderbolt lit up the Martinez Valero stadium as Elche cruised to a 2-0 win over Rayo Vallecano to climb off the bottom of the Primera Division. With the hosts desperately seeking to end a two-match losing run, Suarez unleashed a stunning drive from distance to open the scoring in the first half, before Garry Rodrigues capped off the win with a fine second goal late on.

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