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FC Barcelona News: 12 November 2016; Andres Iniesta Continues Recovery, Manchester United Eying Ivan Rakitic

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VIDEO: FC Barcelona's Andrés Iniesta on the road to recovery | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona captain Andrés Iniesta is working hard day after day to revover from the injury he suffered against Valencia three weeks ago.And although Friday was officially a rest day for the first team squad, the midfielder is dedicated to the cause and was at the Ciutat Esportiva nevertheless to continue with his programme.

FC Barcelona's midfield has an eye for a goal | FC Barcelona
Rafinha has five and both Arda and Rakitic have two and these goals have contributed to Barça's midfield being the second highest scoring in a decade. The only midfield ahead of them is the 2011/12 squad which had scored ten by this point: Fabregas had five, Xavi four and Thiago one. Taking into account the fact that the majority of Barça's goals tend to come from the fearsome attacking trident, with 20 so far this season, it is important to recognise the midfielders contribution.

From beast to beauty: How Luis Suarez curbed his anger issues - Goal.com
Luis Suarez has not looked back since joining Barcelona. The Uruguay forward won the treble in his debut campaign at the Catalan club and completed a domestic double in his second season, forming a tremendous trident with Lionel Messi and Neymar which saw him bag an incredible 59 goals in all competitions.

RUMOURS: Manchester United plan Rakitic move - Goal.com
Manchester United are planning a move for Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic, according to The Sun. The Croatia international's current deal at Camp Nou expires in 2019 but Jose Mourinho is contemplating a move should he choose not to sign a new deal with the Catalan giants.

Successful second and final day at the 2016 Sports Technology Symposium hosted by FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
The second annual Sports Technology Symposium, hosted by FC Barcelona at Camp Nou, came to a close on Friday at midday, but not before the morning hours brought with them a host of presentations dealing with digital content delivered on mobile devices, Smart Stadiums capable of delivering previously unthinkable levels of fan satisfaction, and concluding with a trio of lectures on how technology is opening up new opportunities in the world of sports.