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FC Barcelona News: 20 October 2020; All set for Champions League debut, Ronald Koeman talks Messi form

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A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and transfer rumors

Getafe v FC Barcelona - La Liga Santander Photo by David S. Bustamante/Soccrates/Getty Images

FC Barcelona well represented in the 'Ballon d'Or Dream Team' - FC Barcelona
In 2020 there will be no Ballon d'Or winner, the prestigious individual award handed out by France Football and that has Leo Messi as a six time winner.

When and where to watch FC Barcelona v Ferencváros - FC Barcelona
For Barça, it's their first game of the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League season on Tuesday, and here's all you need to know to make sure you don't miss a thing!

Koeman: 'Ferencváros will be difficult for us, we must be focused' - FC Barcelona
The Dutch coach, in his press conference prior to Barça's 2020/21 Champions League debut, analysed the Hungarian team and explained how his squad are doing

Neto: 'We are looking forward to a great start' - FC Barcelona
The Brazilian goalkeeper spoke ahead of Barça's debut in the Champions League, which will be at the Camp Nou against Ferencváros

The three Barcelona players unhappy with squad opposition to wage cuts - Football Espana
The three players of Barcelona opposed to the squad’s decision to send a burofax to the club in opposition to wage cuts have been revealed.

Barcelona: President Bartomeu and players in standoff over wage cuts - Football Espana
The players of Barcelona and club president Josep Maria Bartomeu are at a standoff over attempts to cut their salaries by 30 percent.

Barcelona boss Koeman: "Messi's performances could be better" - Football Espana
Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman has admitted that star forward Lionel Messi is right now not performing at his best. The Argentine superstar has scored just one goal in four appearances for the Blaugrana this campaign and was below par in the weekend defeat at Getafe.

Ronald Koeman set to rotate for Champions League and El Clasico ties - Football Espana
Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman will be forced to rotate his first team squad ahead of a demanding week of action for the Catalan giants.