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FC Barcelona News: 14 April 2015; 22 Players Arrive in Paris to Take on Paris Saint-Germain

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FC Barcelona bringing all available players to Paris | FC Barcelona
Luis Enrique has summoned all the players available, except for Dani Alves, to travel to Paris on Tuesday for the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals. Alves, suspended for accumulation of yellow cards, will stay in Barcelona while also recovering from a sprained right ankle. Thomas Vermaelen will not be traveling to Paris either and will stay behind to work out at the Ciutat Esportiva. Making the list is Munir El Haddadi, from Barça B.

FC Barcelona first team arrive in Paris | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona are in Paris after leaving the Catalan capital on a flight at 11.10am CET on Tuesday morning and touching down at Charles de Gaulle airport at 12.45pm CET. From there, the squad of 22 was taken to Hotel Du Collectionneur, where they are getting some rest before their 7.00pm CET training session.

When and where to watch the Champions League match between Paris Saint-Germain and FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
The Champions League match between Paris Saint-Germain and FC Barcelona is being shown in different countries and on different channels. But don’t worry if it’s not available in your country, because you can always listen to our live English commentary on Radio Barça. You can also follow our minute by minute coverage as well as the team and player stats on Barça's official website.

FC Barcelona prep for Champions League game | FC Barcelona
After a day of rest, FC Barcelona returned to training at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper to prepare for Wednesday's UEFA Champions League quarter-final first leg versus in Paris Saint-Germain in Paris. Luis Enrique conducted the full-squad morning workout on Field 2. The squad list is set to be released after the training session and the team will travel to the French capital on Tuesday. The squad will train in Paris after arriving on Tuesday.

Leo Messi happy to keep scoring goals and be part of FC Barcelona's history | FC Barcelona
Leo Messi is happy, he feels good and that is the best possible news for Barça fans. The Argentine continues to break records in the blaugrana shirt; in November he became the top goalscorer in Spanish League history, overtaking legendary striker Telmo Zarra’s record of 251 goals. At the beginning of March he scored his 32nd hat-trick as a Barça player to move beyond another record held by Zarra, the Athletic Bilbao forward from the 1950’s. His appetite for goals is insatiable and now he is dreaming of adding more trophies to his collection.

Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen says La Liga backup role difficult to accept - ESPN FC
Both ter Stegen and Claudio Bravo moved to the Camp Nou last summer following the departure of long-serving keeper Victor Valdes, but the 22-year-old German -- who suffered a back injury at the start of the season -- has served as backup to the more experienced Chile international in La Liga throughout the campaign.

'I never liked to lose' – Luis Suárez speaks -
"I've always wanted to play here. It was a dream come true," said Luis Suárez of his summer move to FC Barcelona. Coming off the back of a golden boot-winning season in England, his addition to a forward line already containing Neymar and Lionel Messi seemed liked the stuff of dreams to the rest of us too.

Barcelona's Lionel Messi frustrated by penalty problems -
"Yes there is a lot of frustration that I have missed a lot of penalties, both for the club and for Argentina," Messi told Barca's official magazine. "I am the designated penalty taker, but when the goalkeepers study you they know your ideas more. It is true to say that a well taken penalty is very difficult to stop, but now it's more complicated when it comes to taking a penalty.

PSG and FC Barcelona's records in all competitions | FC Barcelona
An infographic comparing the two teams who meet on Wednesday in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final.

Adriano sizes up FC Barcelona's Champions League quarter-final tie with Paris Saint Germain | FC Barcelona
With the first-leg of the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals against Paris Saint-Germain fast approaching, FC Barcelona's own Adriano Correia sat down with to talk about the matchup. The Brazilian was clear about the keys to eliminating the Parisians, saying that Barça will "continue with their same style of play, press and be mindful of PSG's counterattacks and set pieces."

Clatternburg to ref PSG-Barca | Football Espana
English official Mark Clattenburg has been appointed as referee for the Champions League quarter-final between Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona. The game will be the sixth Clattenburg has overseen in this season’s Champions League and he also had the whistle for the European Super Cup between Real Madrid and Sevilla, played in Cardiff in August.

Puyol: "Playing or coaching? I don't rule out any option" | We Love Barça
Former Barça captains, Carles Puyol, doesn't rule out coming back to football fields or end up being coach. He said that during the presentation of 16th Laureus Awards, the Oscars of sport, as he was ambassador of the Foundation of this organization. He also talked about his physical conditions and about the Champions League match Barça - PSG.

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