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FC Barcelona News: 28 December 2016; David Villa Talks Lionel Messi

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Barça players enjoy their Christmas! | FC Barcelona
The first team players, with their friends and family, publish videos and photos of their holidays during the Christmas period.

Villa: Messi 'will sign a new contract' - Goal.com
David Villa is confident Lionel Messi will sign a new contract with Barcelona as he cannot imagine the Spanish champions without the five-time Ballon d'Or winner. Messi is out of contract in 2018 and the 29-year-old is yet to agree a contract renewal as speculation mounts over his future.

How FC Barcelona’s front three warm up | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona’s trident do not only exhibit their skills on the field during a game but also in the warmup. Suárez, Messi and Neymar Jr have a perfect understanding, which is evident from the pre-match exercises. Fine passes, exquisite control and spectacular shots can be witnessed ahead of a match. A display of their individual and collective quality. Take a look at how the front three gear up for a game at the Camp Nou.

Unforgettable moments of 2016, the year of the double | FC Barcelona
The Liga was won against Granada in the last game of the season. The Copa was won in thrilling fashion in extra time against Sevilla. This is the second time Luis Enrique has celebrated this double and he added the Spanish Supercup this summer. This means he has won eight out of the ten titles they could have won and the Asturian coach and his team will look to add to that in 2017.

FC Barcelona’s most magical moments of 2016 | FC Barcelona
The stars of FC Barcelona hand out gifts to the supporters throughout the year. In 2016, they have given us unforgettable moments, magical moments that will live long in the memory of every Barça supporter. Moments that given feelings of pride and passion within the hearts of each fan and member.

The origins of FC Barcelona’s colours | FC Barcelona
For many years, there has been much speculation over the origin of FC Barcelona’s colours. It is known that at the foundational meeting that the name of the new club had been decided but not the colours of the jersey. At the second meeting between members, on 13 December 1899, was where the blaugrana (blue and red) was chosen which, for around ten years, was accompanied by white shorts.