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FC Barcelona News: 23 November 2016; Squad Trains at Celtic Park Ahead of Champions League

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FC Barcelona Training Session and Press Conference Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Match Preview: Celtic v FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
When Group C front-runners FC Barcelona stride out into the frigid, floodlit night at Celtic Park in Glasgow, Scotland on Wednesday for their fifth Champions League match of the season, they’ll be doing so with but a single objective in mind — a victory and a berth in the last 16.

FC Barcelona train at Celtic Park | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona trained on Tuesday at Celtic Park ahead of their clash with the Scottish league champions on Wednesday at 8.45pm CET. Barça take on Brendan Rodgers’ team on Match Day 5 of Group C in the Champions League in the knowledge that a win will take them through to the last 16. The blaugranes have faced Celtic five times in Glasgow in official competition, winning three and losing twice.

Luis Enrique: Celtic Park is one of the finest settings in Europe | FC Barcelona
Shortly after Rafinha had spoken to the press to discuss FC Barcelona’s meeting with Celtic, it was Luis Enrique’s turn to field the media’s questions. The manager is aware of the buoyant atmosphere created by the Celtic Park crowd, and described it as “one of the finest settings in Europe”.

Rafinha: Qualifying is the biggest motivation | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona are in Glasgow as they prepare for Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League match against Celtic, where a win will seal qualification to the knockout stages. Barça midfielder Rafinha spoke to the press on Tuesday night, giving his thoughts on the upcoming game and what kind of encounter he believes awaits his side.

Celtic v FC Barcelona: Talking points | FC Barcelona
The Scots are without a win in their last seven Champions League outings – and another failure would equal their longest ever winless streak in the competition. They have also gone a record 17 games without keeping a clean sheet, and will do well to end that run against the highest scorers so far in this year’s edition. FC Barcelona lead the way with 14 goals, half of which were scored in the first game against Celtic!

Museum receives 30 millionth visitor | FC Barcelona
The FC Barcelona Museum welcomed its 30 millionth visitor and the Club has celebrated this special landmark with a special gift for the lucky person. The honour of becoming the 30 millionth visitor was taken by Brazilian supporter Denise Tateno who, after being surprised by the prize, was greeted by the vice-president of FC Barcelona, Jordi Cardoner, executive director Òscar Grau and museum director, Jordi Penas.