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FC Barcelona News: 30 November 2020; Barça dominate Osasuna, Quique Setién considering legal action

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

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FC Barcelona 4-0 Osasuna: Anniversary tribute win - FC Barcelona
Martin Braithwaite’s great scoring run continued, with Antoine Griezmann’s spectacular volley, Philippe Coutinho and Leo Messi rounding off a great afternoon when the club played tribute to former star, Diego Maradona

From one No.10 to another: Messi's dedication to Maradona - FC Barcelona
The Argentinian celebrated his goal against Osasuna by wearing the shirt that Maradona played in for Newell’s Old Boys, Messi’s team in Argentina

An emotional moment in tribute to Maradona at the Camp Nou - FC Barcelona
Before the match against Osasuna, a minute of silence was observed in memory of the Argentine star with the Barça players wearing a black armband

10 years since the 5-0 against Real Madrid - FC Barcelona
November 29 is a date marked on the Barça calendar. Not only because it is the anniversary of the day the club was formed (121 years old in 2020), but also because it's a day to remember a historic match; the 5-0 against Real Madrid, at the Camp Nou in the 2010/11 season, with goals from Xavi, Pedro, Villa (2) and Jeffren.

Quique Setien considering legal action of Barcelona exit - Football Espana
According to reports from Catalunya Radio, reported via Marca, the ex Real Betis coach could now push for legal action over a loss of earnings. Setien is rumoured to be unhappy with the amount of compensation offered by the Barcelona board in order to sever his connection with the club.

Gerard Pique confident Lionel Messi will stay at Barcelona beyond 2021 - Football Espana
Messi’s current deal with the La Liga giants expires at the end of the current campaign, and after his summer exit was blocked by former club president Josep Bartomeu, he could potentially end his time in Catalonia.

Koeman plays down Lenglet injury: It doesn't seem too serious - SPORT
Ronald Koeman has suggested Lenglet's injury is not too serious, although the club will not know more until Monday.