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FC Barcelona News: 14 March 2021; Preparations continue for Huesca, Ronald Koeman to stay next season

A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and rumors


The Minguezas: Blaugrana siblings - FC Barcelona
Ari Mingueza and Òscar Mingueza are a sister and brother who are talking points with both the FC Barcelona women’s and men’s teams respectively, a unique case football where two siblings are playing at the top level in both categories of the game.

Getting set for SD Huesca - FC Barcelona
This Saturday morning the team was back at training after taking two days off. Ronald Koeman gathered his squad for a session on pitch 2 at the Ciutat Esportiva, with the focus on the Monday night game against SD Huesca at Camp Nou. Uruguayan centre back Ronald Araujo was able to train with the team.

The lowdown on SD Huesca - FC Barcelona
Barça have a rare Monday night fixture coming up against Huesca (Monday 15 at 9.00pm CET), who are coming to Camp Nou for just the third time in their history. The Aragonese club may require some introduction, so here’s the lowdown…

Real Betis prepare for Emerson negotiations with Barcelona - SPORT
The recent election at Barcelona, won by Joan Laporta, has left a number of fronts open for the new president to resolve when he officially takes charge in the coming days. One of the issues involves players like Emerson, who is owned by Barça and currently on loan at Real Betis, who also co-own the Brazilian's economic rights.

Barcelona's big problem with injured Philippe Coutinho - SPORT
One of the major issues facing president-elect Joan Laporta is Philippe Coutinho's future. The objective is to save on his salary and, if possible, achieve a sale that would allow them to settle their debt to Liverpool (which is now with a third party company).

Barça to change goalkeeping policy with the summer sale of Neto - SPORT
It seems absurd to maintain the policy Barcelona have had over the last 5 to 10 years in respect to the second goalkeeper role at the club. Obviously, it's important to have a good quality back-up because you never know when the second choice stopper could be needed to step up.

Barça and Laporta will back Koeman to lead the club next season - SPORT
The new Barcelona board will be officially inducted in the coming days and will begin to make decisions regarding the club's future. It's clear there will be changes to revitalise the club, but there's consensus over the managerial position: Ronald Koeman will continue save a collapse between now and the end of the season.

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