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FC Barcelona News: 9 June 2017; Neymar Appears on Jimmy Kimmel, MotoGP Riders Visit Camp Nou

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Leo Messi: I would like to end my career at FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
Currently away on international duty with Argentina, FC Barcelona superstar Leo Messi spoke to ESPN about, among other matters, his happiness at the club. "It's what I always dreamed and what I always wanted. I would like to finish my career at Barça," Messi said.

Top nutmegs from training in the 2016/17 season | FC Barcelona
The 'rondos' are an important part of the training for the football first team and are key in allowing the squad to be able to dominate possession in matches. In this video see some of the best 'nutmegs' where one player flicks the ball through the legs of another from training sessions last season. All done in the best possible atmosphere, don't miss the chance to see the players do their thing!

Neymar scores rooftop goal Jimmy Kimmel Live! | FC Barcelona
In a sequence remeniscent of an old TV commercial featuring Michael Jordan and Larry Bird playing a game of H-O-R-S-E that gets oh so entertainingly out of hand, FC Barcelona striker Neymar Jr took to the rooftop of a building in Los Angeles, California to try and score a goal in a net located across the street and guarded by a goalkeeper.

Michael Robinson explains the importance for football of Wembley ‘92 win | FC Barcelona
Wembley 1992 is remembered by all Barça fans as the first time the Club lifted the famous European Cup trophy. Former Liverpool and Osasuna player now turned popular Spanish TV football pundit and presenter Michael Robinson remembers the importance of the win for the game as a whole in his ‘Informe Robinson’ (‘Robinson Report) programme: “Wembley was a turning point in the history of football. Cruyff gave the ball back to football.”

Moto GP riders visit Camp Nou ahead of Wembley25 event | FC Barcelona
Brothers Aleix and Pol Espargaró, Àlex Márquez, Aron Canet and Franco Morbidelli visited Camp Nou and spoke with Wembley 92 assistant manager Carles Rexach, and with former players José Mari Bakero, Guillermo Amor and Julio Alberto Moreno. As representative of the Club, the meeting was also attended by vice-president of Communications and Marketing Manel Arroyo.