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FC Barcelona News: 8 November 2016; Neymar case reopened, Barça to protest Lionel Messi yellow card

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Who got to keep Luis Suárez's FC Barcelona shirt? - FC Barcelona
Luis Suárez made a lot of people happy in Seville. He not only scored the goal that clinched three vital points for FC Barcelona but also made a gesture that put a huge smile on the face of a child who had come to welcome him to the airport on Sunday morning, and was back to bid him farewell when the team was on its way back home.

First FC Barcelona training session of international week - FC Barcelona
This might be an international week, but that doesn’t mean activity has stopped in Sant Joan Despí, where it was business as usual for the FC Barcelona players that have not travelled to meet up with their national squads.

Neymar faces corruption trial | Football Espana
Barca president Josep Maria Bartomeu and his predecessor Sandro Rosell will also be implemented in the trial after DIS - the Brazilian investment group which owned 40% of the attacker's sporting rights - alleged they received less money than what they were entitled to, due to part of the deal being concealed.

Bellerin says 'no' to Barça: renewal imminent with Arsenal | Diario Sport
Hector Bellerin, Barcelona’s preferred right-back for next summer, will not return to the club save a huge transfer offer. The player has given the OK to Arsenal’s offer to renew until 2021 and it will be made official soon. Everything is agreed after months of negotiating, during which time Barça and Manchester City have shown an interest.

Barça defender Gerard Pique announces: "I'm back"
The end is in sight for Gerard Pique. The Catalan defender, who injured his ankle courtesy of a David Silva challenge in the game against Manchester City, it on track to be back in action for the game against Malaga on Nov. 19.

Barcelona to appeal Lionel Messi's yellow card for time wasting in win over Sevilla - Mirror Online
Barcelona have confirmed they will appeal the yellow card given to Lionel Messi for time wasting in the Catalans' 2-1 win at Sevilla on Sunday.