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FC Barcelona News: 17 October 2017; Sevilla Game Kickoff Announced, Rafinha Committed to Barcelona

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Preparation for the Champions League match against Olympiacos begins | FC Barcelona
Given a day off after the match at the Wanda Metropolitano (1-1), FC Barcelona players returned to work at the Ciutat Esportiva on Monday morning in preparation for Wednesday’s Champions League tie against Olympiacos, the third game of the group stage.

Can Andre Gomes be the solution to Barcelona's 'one-position' problem? | Sky Sports
Dembele is facing another three months out with a hamstring injury suffered on his first league start in September since his summer move from Borrusia Dortmund. Barca have tried several players in his absence, including Gomes in a 1-1 draw at Atletico Madrid on Saturday.

FC Barcelona v Sevilla kick off time announced | FC Barcelona
The Spanish Football League (LFP) have announced the kick-times for week 11's fixtures in La Liga. FC Barcelona take on Eduardo Berizzo's Sevilla side at Camp Nou on Saturday 4 November at 8.45pm CET. The round of domestic games begins on Friday 3 November at 9.00pm CET with Getafe's visit to Betis and ends on Sunday 5 November with Real Madrid taking on Las Palmas at 8.45pm CET in the Santiago Bernabéu.

Ernesto Valverde's new ideas are improving Barcelona - ter Stegen | ESPN
Barcelona are getting better and better because of the new approaches brought to the club by coach Ernesto Valverde, goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen says.

Barcelona mark 13th anniversary of Lionel Messi debut with beautiful video | ESPN
Barca have created a fantastic compilation that features a fresh-faced teenage Messi twisting, turning, dribbling and scoring goal after goal after goal for the youth team -- a handy knack he has continued to demonstrate right up to the present day.

La Liga rights holders want Barcelona to stay regardless of Catalan vote | FC Barcelona
With recent events having seriously focused minds on the possibility of Catalonia breaking away from Spain, the issue of where Catalan teams, including Barca's fellow Primera Division peers Espanyol and Girona, would then play their football has been hotly debated.

This is what happened when Ernesto Valverde was given a Greek pop quiz | FC Barcelona
With FC Barcelona getting ready for its third UEFA Champions League match of the season, the team's manager, Ernesto Valverde, was put to the test to try and match pictures of the Barça players with their names, written in Greek! Why Greek, you might ask? Well, it turns out that Valverde, who is in his first season at Barça, previously coached Greek Superleague power Olympiacos, where he had two stints over the last several years.

Father: Rafinha committed to Barca | Football Espana
Rafinha has been out since April with a knee injury and had been linked with a move away over the summer, amidst talk that he did not fit into the plans of Barca boss Ernesto Valverde, but Mazinho made it clear his son was on the mend and not looking to leave Camp Nou.

Madrid, Barca track Bentancur | Football Espana
Real Madrid and Barcelona are both keen on Juventus midfielder Rodrigo Bentancur, according to reports. The Uruguayan midfielder has made eight appearances for the Old Lady this season after joining the squad this summer from Boca Juniors in a deal worth in the region of €9.5m.