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FC Barcelona News: 8 June 2018; Eric Abidal Named Technical Secretary

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Éric Abidal to be new technical secretary | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona announces that Robert Fernández will not extend his contract as the football first team technical secretary which runs out on 30 June of this year. The Club would like to thank Robert Fernández publicly for his commitment and dedication to FC Barcelona over the years and wishes him success in the future.

Ter Stegen demonstrates his ability with his feet | FC Barcelona
Barça goalkeeper, Marc-André Ter Stegen, showed his ability to play the ball with his feet more than once during last season. The German’s masterful performances have led him to become one of the best custodians in the world, however, Ter Stegen also stands out for his talent with his feet. Capable of executing long balls with the utmost precision, he is also adept at the short passing game when under pressure from opponents.

Barça at the World Cup, Part 8: The Romanian stylists | FC Barcelona
During the 90s, the Romanian national team didn’t need much help to generate interest amongst the fans. Led by the talented Gheorghe Hagi, that generation earned respect from world football due to how well they played in the three editions of the World Cup held during the decade. In 1998, at the French tournament, the players surprised everyone when they walked out onto the pitch before the final game of the group stage against Tunisia with their hair dyed the same colour.

Barça World Cup predictions | FC Barcelona
Which Blaugrana do you think will be the one who will go farthest in the tournament, who will score the most goals, who will play the most minutes... Participate in the Russian World Cup game!

Barca to talk on Rafinha | Football Espana
The father and agent of Rafinha Alcantara claims Inter and Barcelona will meet next week to resolve the player’s future. The Brazilian joined the Nerazzurri on a four-month loan deal in January but the Italian club are said to be unwilling to pay the full €35m option to sign the midfielder permanently.