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FC Barcelona News: 7 March 2015; Last Training Session Before Next Match Completed

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Final training session ahead of Rayo game | FC Barcelona
The squad put the final touches to preparation for Sunday's visit to the Camp Nou by Rayo Vallecano in training on Saturday moring. Barça B youngster Munir trained with all the available first team squad. The Rayo game is a noon kick off - CET -and is part of round 26 of the La Liga season.

FC Barcelona - Rayo Vallecano: What do you know about the history of this fixture? | FC Barcelona
A quiz about Sunday's clash at Camp Nou between the blaugranes and the team from Vallecas.

FC Barcelona step up the effort against their strongest opponents, says Rafinha | FC Barcelona
After FC Barcelona completed their training session on Friday morning, midfielder Rafinha sat in the press room at the Ciutat Esportiva to talk to the media about how things are going for him personally and for the team.

Cup specialists Athletic Club aiming for Madrid scalp | Eurosport
Athletic Club and Barcelona were still celebrating reaching the Copa del Rey final when the rejections began. Andres Iniesta had barely finished saying how he wanted the final to be in the Bernabeu when Real Madrid said no. It was no surprise: Real Madrid get more abuse in Barcelona and Bilbao than any other venue.

The registration process for the FCBEscola access trials for the Season 2015/2016 is now available | FC Barcelona
The FCBEscola registration process for the access trials for next season is now available. Children born between 2004 and 2009 will have the opportunity to register exclusively through the web form until April 10th or until all available spaces will be sold.

Highlights of the week at FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
It has been a busy week as usual at FC Barcelona with the blaugranes reaching the Cup final where they will face Athletic Bilbao. Preparations for Sunday's league game against Rayo Vallecano (12.00pm CET) are now under way where Barça will have to do without the injured Sergio Busquets. We bring together those stories and more for you right here at

From pubs to portfolios: Messi and the footballers building a secure future -
"There is a place where you can rediscover the beauty of a sunrise, and feel the wind in the trees. A special place where the blossoms flourish and where the countryside and river make nature breathe life. It’s a place of tranquility and freedom so you can pause from the pace of urban life. It’s Azahares Del Parana, where you can feel the pulse of nature."

Roberto Trashorras: Being a small team doesn't stop you playing good football | FC Barcelona
Now established as one of the elder statesman of La Liga, it is worth remembering that Roberto Trashorras boasts a blaugrana past. The 34 year old midfielder from Galicia, on Spain’s north western Atlantic coast, played in the Barça youth teams between the years 1996 and 2003. He made his debut with the first team in 2001 but limited opportunities saw him begin a journeyman career.

Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao are familiar Copa del Rey final opponents writes Sid Lowe - ESPN FC
At the end of the 2012 Copa del Rey final, when the celebrations had died down, the fans had departed and the press conferences had finished, when the bus waited, engines running, Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola appeared on the pitch at the Vicente Calderon, making his way to the exit. He paused briefly, laid the trophy down among the confetti and posed for one last photograph before walking off through the tunnel. It was past one o'clock in the morning and it was his last match at the club. He wasn't coming back.

113 facts about Real Madrid on their 113th anniversary -
On March 6, 2015 Real Madrid celebrated another landmark as the club ushered in its 114th year. With over a century of football, history, triumphs, records, controversies, dramas and star players, there has certainly been no shortage of highlights to choose from to commemorate the club's 113th anniversary.

Espanyol star accused of match-fixing | Football Espana
Espanyol captain Sergio Garcia is among the three players named by Angel Vizcay in court to have committed acts of match-fixing last season. The 1-1 La Liga draw between the Catalans and Osasuna in the penultimate round of 2013-14 has been brought under the microscope by Spain’s Professional Football League [LFP], with the Pamplona side allegedly paying their opponents €250,000 for agreeing to throw the match.

Levante 2 Eibar 1 | Sky Sports Football
Levante's impressive home form looked like it could save them from the drop as they moved out of the Primera Division relegation zone with a 2-1 comeback victory over freefalling Eibar. Two goals in three second-half minutes from David Barral and Kalu Uche helped Levante claim a fourth league win in their last five matches at the Ciutat de Valencia, lifting them up to 16th and a point above the drop zone.

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