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FC Barcelona News: 27 March 2017; Robert Fernandez Talks Hector Bellerin, Camp Nou Set for Milestone

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One more win to make it 800 at the Camp Nou | FC Barcelona
The Camp Nou is a sanctuary for blaugranas and in the next league match against Sevilla the Catalans could secure their 800th home Liga victory. Since Barça’s current stadium was inaugurated almost sixty years ago the fans have witnessed 1,056 first division matches and have been able to celebrate a win in 75.66% of them. That translates into 799 wins, 164 draws and 93 defeats.

Andalusian triple-header: Granada, Sevilla and Málaga | FC Barcelona
Andalusia. The hottest and most southernmost region of the Iberian Peninsula, and perhaps the region that’s most in keeping with the typical image that outsiders have of Spain, with its flamenco, bullfighting, Moorish architecture and sun-soaked beaches.

'Neymar is better than Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi' - Milan legend Costacurta | Goal
Neymar, though, has been billed as their equal for some time now, with the Brazilian fulfilling the potential that he showed in his younger years. He has become as important to Barca as any other member of their star-studded squad, with big performances delivered on the grandest of stages.

Bringing Hector Bellerin to Barcelona 'very difficult' - Robert Fernandez | ESPN
Asked about the possibility of Barca signing Bellerin, who joined Arsenal in 2011 from Barca's youth team, Fernandez said. "Of course Hector is a good player. He is well known. He is playing at a great level but there are also other players that have good characteristics."

Isco hits out at media 'invention' after being linked with Barcelona | ESPN
Real Madrid playmaker Isco said the media "have to invent things" after reports suggested he could join Barcelona on a free transfer next year. Isco, 24, has just over 12 months left on his contract and indicated that he will consider his future at the end of the season amid a lack of regular playing time.

Real Sociedad's Eusebio Sacristan not interested in Barcelona manager job | ESPN
Real Sociedad boss Eusebio Sacristan has said he would turn down the chance to succeed Luis Enrique as coach of Barcelona, where he spent seven years as a player. Eusebio is among four former Barcelona players shortlisted by El Mundo Deportivo to succeed Luis Enrique, who will step down at the end of the season.

Monaco's Kylian Mbappe will join Real Madrid, Barcelona eventually - Fabinho | ESPN
Kylian Mbappe will move to a club like Real Madrid or Barcelona at some point in his career, according to his Monaco teammate Fabinho.Mbappe, 18, has caught the eye this season after scoring 19 goals for Monaco, with a host of Europe's top sides reportedly interested in signing him this summer.