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FC Barcelona News: 28 September 2021; Preparations begin for Benfica, Pedri, Jordi Alba back in training

A round-up of the altest Barcelona news and rumors

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Nine Masia graduates against Levante - FC Barcelona
No fewer than nine La Masia graduates featured in the spectacular win against Levante on Sunday, all playing their part in a dominant display from start to finish, with some of the most magnificent football of the season so far.

No appeal against second game ban for Koeman - FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona shall not be appealing against the second game for which Ronald Koeman is currently suspended in consideration of the Competition Committee’s verdict a minimum two-match suspension.

Pedri and Jordi Alba train with the rest of the squad - FC Barcelona
On Monday the first team squad returned to training after the win against Levante at Camp Nou on Sunday in which goals from Memphis, Luuk de Jong and a returning Ansu Fati gave them a much needed 3-0 win.

The lowdown on Benfica - FC Barcelona
After losing at home to Bayern Munich in their opening UEFA Champions League Group E fixture, Wednesday (9.00pm CEST) brings the first road trip of the campaign, a visit to Portugal to face Benfica. Here are all the essentials on the Eagles of Lisbon.

UEFA confirm no European Super League sanctions - Football Espana
UEFA have confirmed they will not be imposing any sanctions on the remaining three European Super League clubs. Europe’s governing body had previously warned of financial sanctions for any club who remained within the ill fated project in 2021 alongside potential future competition bans.

Ansu Fati believes the Barcelona number 10 is 'not a pressure' - Football Espana
Ansu Fati says taking the number 10 at Barcelona is ‘not a pressure’. The Barcelona starlet finally returned on Sunday after a the best part of a year out injured, suffering a serious knee injury last November. It has been a long wait to get back to action for Fati, but he made the most of it, scoring just 10 minutes after stepping back onto the Camp Nou grass as Barca defeated Levante 3-0.

Ansu Fati 'didn't imagine' dream Barcelona return would include a goal - Football Espana
Ansu Fati is delighted with his long-awaited return to action for Barcelona. Fati had been out since last November following a serious knee injury, but he finally returned on Sunday. In the 81st minute of Barcelona‘s win over Levante at Camp Nou, Fati was brought on and his return was made official.