Monthly Archives: September 2014

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Barcelona great Guillermo Amor joins Adelaide United as technical director
Barcelona great Guillermo Amor has joined Adelaide United as the A-League club's technical director. Amor, who played 37 internationals for Spain, has signed a one-year contract with the Reds after a consultancy stint with his friend, Adelaide's …
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Barcelona soccer academy coming to Fort Lauderdale
European clubs like Barcelona, Liverpool and Arsenal have long sent coaches to work at U.S. summer camps, but now some are opening year-round U.S. academies aimed at finding new talent while also expanding their fan bases and revenue opportunities …
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Liverpool consider swoop for ex-Barcelona stopper Victor Valdes as back-up for
Rodgers is keen to sign an experienced goalkeeper to provide back-up for Simon Mignolet, following Pepe Reina's departure and has identified Valdes. Valdes, 32, is recovering from a torn cruciate ligament injury he suffered in March, which ruled him …
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Norway's Oil Fund, Prologis Buy Property in Madrid, Barcelona
Norges Bank Investment Management, which manages the world's biggest sovereign wealth fund, bought a portfolio of real estate in Madrid and Barcelona through a joint venture with Prologis Inc. (PLD). Prologis European Logistics Partners Sarl bought …
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Neymar yet to play for Barcelona this season

Neymar yet to play for Barcelona this season
Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta, nursing a knee injury, will miss Sunday's La Liga clash with Villarreal, his club confirmed on Saturday. 'Iniesta will miss tomorrow's game against Villarreal with an injury to his left knee,' Barcelona said in a …
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Tino Asprilla brings back memories of Barcelona 1997 with spot kick – against
Toon favourite Tino Asprilla ran out onto the pitch again in a charity football match for sick children. The former Magpies hero was back on Tyneside for 90 minutes with fellow former pros Steve Howey, Jamie McClen and Billy Askew. They played …
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Sandro Ramirez strikes late to seal Barcelona win
Madrid: Substitute Sandro Ramirez slotted home eight minutes from time to continue Luis Enrique's winning start as Barcelona coach with a 1-0 La Liga victory over Villarreal on Sunday. Barca were frustrated by opponents who defended well but the …
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