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FC Barcelona News: 31 March 2017; Granada Game Inching Closer, Argentina to Appeal Lionel Messi Ban

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When and where to watch Granada v FC Barcelona in Week 29 of La Liga | FC Barcelona
This Sunday, at 8.45pm CET, FC Barcelona return to the Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes in Granada, where on the final matchday of last season they clinched the La Liga title. For Barça, the encounter is the opening salvo in an April schedule loaded with big-time matches.

Granada happy hunting ground for Luis Suárez | FC Barcelona
Luis Suárez is a goal machine, of that there is no doubt. The man who has won the European Golden Shoe on no less than two occasions as the continent’s top goalscorer travels to Granada this weekend in his side’s 29th league game of the season.

Barcelona and Real Madrid ready to sprint to the finish in La Liga title race | ESPN
Summing up many things and setting fire to many others, igniting the league, as if it needed igniting. Spain had played, one of Europe's biggest stadiums packed full, so it was all about them. "Them" being Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, of course.

Barcelona's Neymar 'can't be an example to our children' - DIS chief | ESPN
DIS owned a substantial stake in Neymar when the Brazil No. 10 was sold from Santos to Barcelona for upwards of €86 million in the summer of 2013, but were shorted in the deal because part of the fee was concealed by Barcelona, Santos and the company run by Neymar's parents.

The magical month of March, on Twitter | FC Barcelona
The last 30 days at FC Barcelona included an unexpected goodbye, an epic comeback, and a pair of new milestones from the indomitable Leo Messi.

Argentina to appeal Messi ban | Football Espana
Representatives of Barcelona and Argentina have come out in support of Lionel Messi after he was handed a four-game international ban. On Wednesday, Barca released a statement expressing their "surprise and indignation" at the sanction, while the Argentine FA confirmed they were working on an appeal.