FC Barcelona vs. AC Milan

El campeón inició la defensa del título de Champions League.

Manchester United confident 'hungry' Jose Mourinho will stay 

Manchester United believe Jose Mourinho remains as hungry for success as ever and harbour no concerns about him being tempted to leave the club, even though there have been no talks so far about a new contract. Mourinho appeared to flirt publicly with Paris St-Germain in an interview last month and just days later reports emerged that he could leave United amid reputed frustrations over the way the club was run. The manager has reached the halfway stage of his three-year deal at Old Trafford, but while there are no immediate plans for a contract extension, it is understood United would be happy for him to stay longer. Mourinho does have an option in his contract to extend for a fourth year to June 2020. United have lost two of their past three Premier League matches, against Huddersfield Town and Chelsea, to fall eight points behind league leaders Manchester City, and Mourinho invited criticism for his perceived negative approach in the goalless draw away to Liverpool last month and a loss of cutting edge upfront. United have managed only seven goals in their past seven matches after scoring 33 in their opening 11 fixtures of the campaign and City’s start has reduced the margin for error ahead of Saturday game against Newcastle as United chase their first league title since 2013. But United are happy with the progress being made under Mourinho and believe there has been a clear upturn in performance this season. There is also a belief that the manager has been viewed unfairly because of the form of rivals City under Pep Guardiola. United feel Mourinho is unfairly compared with Guardiola when both clubs are at different points in the cycle Credit: Jason Cairnduff/REUTERS Once colleagues at Barcelona, Mourinho and Guardiola had a fierce rivalry in Spain while in charge of Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively. They are regarded as the two most successful coaches of their generation and, as such, have been constantly compared and pitted against one another. Yet, Mourinho is United’s third manager since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson 4½ years ago so the club hope he remains long-term, even though his track record shows he has never stayed at a single club for longer than three seasons. United remain relaxed that Mourinho is still living at the Lowry hotel in Salford, a stone’s throw from Manchester city centre, and believe his enthusiasm and hunger remain undiminished after winning 25 trophies in 17 years. Nonetheless, Mourinho’s remarks about PSG did not sit well with some fans. He had described PSG as a “fantastic” club and claimed his son had recently opted to travel to Paris over Manchester to watch a game because “Paris has something … there is magic, youthfulness and quality”. Jose Mourinho on Luke Shaw: 'It was his body with my brain' 01:13 Unai Emery’s position as PSG coach is under threat although the Ligue 1 club have distanced themselves privately from reports linking them with Mourinho. United still hope that Luke Shaw will come good even though the England left-back faces a race against time to win over Mourinho. United are thought to have activated an option in Shaw’s contract earlier in the season that will tie him to the club for another 12 months to June 2019 but he remains a peripheral figure under the manager. A move away in January, even on loan, appears unlikely but a decision is expected to be made on the player’s future in the summer, giving him the rest of this season to show his worth. United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has raised the prospect of being used in a deeper No10 role, rather than as a central striker, once he returns to action after seven months out with a ruptured cruciate ligament. Ibrahimovic will wear the No10 shirt after vacating the No9 jersey now worn by Romelu Lukaku and could see himself being deployed behind the Belgium striker. I never left, I just upgraded my number @manchesterunited A post shared by IAmZlatan (@iamzlatanibrahimovic) on Sep 7, 2017 at 6:45am PDT “To me, No10 is the star,” Ibrahimovic said in a video for Volvo. “The one who makes the difference, gets noticed, wins the matches and is the leader. And I see myself in that position but it is not something that is given to you, it is just something you are, that’s just the way it is. I feel like a ten and I stand for No10.” "I have come this far and I will finish on my terms, not anyone else's," the 36-yer-old said. "I will stop when I want, in the way that I want. I'm determined to return better and stronger than before."That is my goal and it will happen. There are no other options. "I was not going to let this injury stop me. The will to get better, wanting to do more, never giving up. Daring to take it to new levels where there are no limits." Meanwhile, United have reported a 17 per cent increase in revenues to £141 million for the three months to Sept 30 compared with the same period last year. It has emerged that the club made £17.3 million through a combination of Adnan Januzaj’s sale to Real Sociedad and sell-on clauses for Danny Drinkwater and Michael Keane, who joined Chelsea and Everton respectively in the summer.    

Manchester United confident 'hungry' Jose Mourinho will stay 

Manchester United believe Jose Mourinho remains as hungry for success as ever and harbour no concerns about him being tempted to leave the club, even though there have been no talks so far about a new contract. Mourinho appeared to flirt publicly with Paris St-Germain in an interview last month and just days later reports emerged that he could leave United amid reputed frustrations over the way the club was run. The manager has reached the halfway stage of his three-year deal at Old Trafford, but while there are no immediate plans for a contract extension, it is understood United would be happy for him to stay longer. Mourinho does have an option in his contract to extend for a fourth year to June 2020. United have lost two of their past three Premier League matches, against Huddersfield Town and Chelsea, to fall eight points behind league leaders Manchester City, and Mourinho invited criticism for his perceived negative approach in the goalless draw away to Liverpool last month and a loss of cutting edge upfront. United have managed only seven goals in their past seven matches after scoring 33 in their opening 11 fixtures of the campaign and City’s start has reduced the margin for error ahead of Saturday game against Newcastle as United chase their first league title since 2013. But United are happy with the progress being made under Mourinho and believe there has been a clear upturn in performance this season. There is also a belief that the manager has been viewed unfairly because of the form of rivals City under Pep Guardiola. United feel Mourinho is unfairly compared with Guardiola when both clubs are at different points in the cycle Credit: Jason Cairnduff/REUTERS Once colleagues at Barcelona, Mourinho and Guardiola had a fierce rivalry in Spain while in charge of Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively. They are regarded as the two most successful coaches of their generation and, as such, have been constantly compared and pitted against one another. Yet, Mourinho is United’s third manager since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson 4½ years ago so the club hope he remains long-term, even though his track record shows he has never stayed at a single club for longer than three seasons. United remain relaxed that Mourinho is still living at the Lowry hotel in Salford, a stone’s throw from Manchester city centre, and believe his enthusiasm and hunger remain undiminished after winning 25 trophies in 17 years. Nonetheless, Mourinho’s remarks about PSG did not sit well with some fans. He had described PSG as a “fantastic” club and claimed his son had recently opted to travel to Paris over Manchester to watch a game because “Paris has something … there is magic, youthfulness and quality”. Jose Mourinho on Luke Shaw: 'It was his body with my brain' 01:13 Unai Emery’s position as PSG coach is under threat although the Ligue 1 club have distanced themselves privately from reports linking them with Mourinho. United still hope that Luke Shaw will come good even though the England left-back faces a race against time to win over Mourinho. United are thought to have activated an option in Shaw’s contract earlier in the season that will tie him to the club for another 12 months to June 2019 but he remains a peripheral figure under the manager. A move away in January, even on loan, appears unlikely but a decision is expected to be made on the player’s future in the summer, giving him the rest of this season to show his worth. United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has raised the prospect of being used in a deeper No10 role, rather than as a central striker, once he returns to action after seven months out with a ruptured cruciate ligament. Ibrahimovic will wear the No10 shirt after vacating the No9 jersey now worn by Romelu Lukaku and could see himself being deployed behind the Belgium striker. I never left, I just upgraded my number @manchesterunited A post shared by IAmZlatan (@iamzlatanibrahimovic) on Sep 7, 2017 at 6:45am PDT “To me, No10 is the star,” Ibrahimovic said in a video for Volvo. “The one who makes the difference, gets noticed, wins the matches and is the leader. And I see myself in that position but it is not something that is given to you, it is just something you are, that’s just the way it is. I feel like a ten and I stand for No10.” "I have come this far and I will finish on my terms, not anyone else's," the 36-yer-old said. "I will stop when I want, in the way that I want. I'm determined to return better and stronger than before."That is my goal and it will happen. There are no other options. "I was not going to let this injury stop me. The will to get better, wanting to do more, never giving up. Daring to take it to new levels where there are no limits." Meanwhile, United have reported a 17 per cent increase in revenues to £141 million for the three months to Sept 30 compared with the same period last year. It has emerged that the club made £17.3 million through a combination of Adnan Januzaj’s sale to Real Sociedad and sell-on clauses for Danny Drinkwater and Michael Keane, who joined Chelsea and Everton respectively in the summer.    

Bek Timnas Spanyol Berharap Philippe Coutinho Tolak Barcelona

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Koke Yakin Antoine Griezmann Tak Khianati Atletico Madrid

Gelandang Atletico Madrid, Koke, yakin Antoine Griezmann tidak akan mengkhianati timnya dengan hengkang ke Barcelona.

Ronaldinho Dukung Lionel Messi Tinggalkan Barcelona

Ronaldinho mendukung jika Lionel Messi pergi dari Barcelona.

Denis Suarez Mulai Frustrasi di Barcelona

Denis Suarez dikabarkan mulai tak kerasan bertahan di Barcelona.

Alberto Moreno Minta Philippe Coutinho Tolak Barcelona

Alberto Moreno berharap Philippe Coutinho terus bermain bersamanya di Liverpool.

Primera Division: Wo wird Leganes gegen Barcelona live übertragen?

Der FC Barcelona muss am 12. Spieltag der Primera Division zu CD Leganes . Kann Barca die Tabellenführung ausbauen oder gelingt Leganes ein überraschender Heimsieg? SPOX zeigt euch, wo das Spiel im Livestream läuft, wer im Kader beider Mannschaften steht und wo ihr die Partie im LIVETICKER verfolgen könnt.

Roser Almoyner sostiene un cartel en el que se lee "libertad para los prisioneros políticos", en catalán, durante una manifestación frente al Palacio de la Generalidad en Barcelona, España, el jueves 16 de noviembre de 2017. (AP Foto/Emilio Morenatti)

Premier League: Liverpools Moreno will Coutinhos Barca-Wechsel verhindern

Nachdem der FC Barcelona im Sommer Neymar für 222 Millionen Euro an Paris Saint-Germain abgeben musste, versuchten die Katalanen händeringend, Ersatz zu finden. Erste Wahl war dabei Liverpools Philippe Coutinho , doch die Reds lehnten alle Angebote aus Spanien ab.

Gaudi's first project opens to the public as a museum

The first project of renowned Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi has opened to the public as a museum. Casa Vicens has been extensively restored and its unique design gives the first indication of the celebrated genius of Barcelona’s greatest artist. Fresh from university this was Gaudi’s first important commission, entrusted by Manel Vicens, a stock broker who asked him to build his summer home in the village of Gracia, today a neighbourhood of Barcelona. Built between 1883 and 1885 the turrets and tiles of the exterior, which reveal Moorish influences, alongside decorative wrought ironwork and playful statues reveal his unique creativity. At the beginning of the twentieth century Barcelona experienced an era of great cultural and economic splendour. The capital of the Spanish autonomous region of Catalonia was considered one of the most stylish cities in Europe. Gaudi’s audacious designs were shocking in the early years but are now considered to be some of the most influential of the twentieth century. The rooftop of Casa Vicens features a small cupola which crowns a tower on the western corner of the facade as well as a similar structure that act as caps to the house’s chimneys. In Casa Vicens the ground floor was dedicated to day-time use with a central dining room sided by an enclosed porch, and an Arabesque style smoking room. The porch boasts a marble fountain and its enclosed by a oriental style shade. The grand dining room boasts wooden furniture designed by Gaudi himself as well as a collection of 32 oil paintings by local artist Francesc Torrescassana. The walls are decorated with plastered plant motifs and both the ceiling and fireplace are covered with ceramic tiles. The adjacent smoking room is a true oriental oasis with mutli coloured plaster Arab inspired carvings replicating palm trees with clusters of dates. The walls have papier-mache tiles originally painted in shades of golds, blues and greens and later covered in cream colour. It took a team of restorers and many hours to bring the smoking room back to its former glory. With its new purpose as a museum, the renovation project adapted the spaces and museum facilities from a later 1925 extension, so it wasn’t necessary to modify any of the spaces originally designed by Gaudi. The first floor houses two bedrooms Plant motifs line the walls of both bedrooms, full of natural symbolism which will later become Gaudi’s trademark in all of his work. The plants are reliefs of stucco and depict reeds, ferns and rushes. On the ceiling the space between the beams is tiled with ceramic vine motifs. The attic serves as a modern space housing a permanent exhibition consisting of architecture models, multi media contents and the project’s original blueprints singed by Gaudi. Casa Vicens was bought in 2014 by an Andorran bank, Morabanc, which has invested over four million euros in the restoration and museum project – previously it was a private home. Six of Gaudi’s works in Barcelona have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites, amongst them Casa Vicens.

Gaudi's first project opens to the public as a museum

The first project of renowned Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi has opened to the public as a museum. Casa Vicens has been extensively restored and its unique design gives the first indication of the celebrated genius of Barcelona’s greatest artist. Fresh from university this was Gaudi’s first important commission, entrusted by Manel Vicens, a stock broker who asked him to build his summer home in the village of Gracia, today a neighbourhood of Barcelona. Built between 1883 and 1885 the turrets and tiles of the exterior, which reveal Moorish influences, alongside decorative wrought ironwork and playful statues reveal his unique creativity. At the beginning of the twentieth century Barcelona experienced an era of great cultural and economic splendour. The capital of the Spanish autonomous region of Catalonia was considered one of the most stylish cities in Europe. Gaudi’s audacious designs were shocking in the early years but are now considered to be some of the most influential of the twentieth century. The rooftop of Casa Vicens features a small cupola which crowns a tower on the western corner of the facade as well as a similar structure that act as caps to the house’s chimneys. In Casa Vicens the ground floor was dedicated to day-time use with a central dining room sided by an enclosed porch, and an Arabesque style smoking room. The porch boasts a marble fountain and its enclosed by a oriental style shade. The grand dining room boasts wooden furniture designed by Gaudi himself as well as a collection of 32 oil paintings by local artist Francesc Torrescassana. The walls are decorated with plastered plant motifs and both the ceiling and fireplace are covered with ceramic tiles. The adjacent smoking room is a true oriental oasis with mutli coloured plaster Arab inspired carvings replicating palm trees with clusters of dates. The walls have papier-mache tiles originally painted in shades of golds, blues and greens and later covered in cream colour. It took a team of restorers and many hours to bring the smoking room back to its former glory. With its new purpose as a museum, the renovation project adapted the spaces and museum facilities from a later 1925 extension, so it wasn’t necessary to modify any of the spaces originally designed by Gaudi. The first floor houses two bedrooms Plant motifs line the walls of both bedrooms, full of natural symbolism which will later become Gaudi’s trademark in all of his work. The plants are reliefs of stucco and depict reeds, ferns and rushes. On the ceiling the space between the beams is tiled with ceramic vine motifs. The attic serves as a modern space housing a permanent exhibition consisting of architecture models, multi media contents and the project’s original blueprints singed by Gaudi. Casa Vicens was bought in 2014 by an Andorran bank, Morabanc, which has invested over four million euros in the restoration and museum project – previously it was a private home. Six of Gaudi’s works in Barcelona have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites, amongst them Casa Vicens.

Gaudi's first project opens to the public as a museum

The first project of renowned Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi has opened to the public as a museum. Casa Vicens has been extensively restored and its unique design gives the first indication of the celebrated genius of Barcelona’s greatest artist. Fresh from university this was Gaudi’s first important commission, entrusted by Manel Vicens, a stock broker who asked him to build his summer home in the village of Gracia, today a neighbourhood of Barcelona. Built between 1883 and 1885 the turrets and tiles of the exterior, which reveal Moorish influences, alongside decorative wrought ironwork and playful statues reveal his unique creativity. At the beginning of the twentieth century Barcelona experienced an era of great cultural and economic splendour. The capital of the Spanish autonomous region of Catalonia was considered one of the most stylish cities in Europe. Gaudi’s audacious designs were shocking in the early years but are now considered to be some of the most influential of the twentieth century. The rooftop of Casa Vicens features a small cupola which crowns a tower on the western corner of the facade as well as a similar structure that act as caps to the house’s chimneys. In Casa Vicens the ground floor was dedicated to day-time use with a central dining room sided by an enclosed porch, and an Arabesque style smoking room. The porch boasts a marble fountain and its enclosed by a oriental style shade. The grand dining room boasts wooden furniture designed by Gaudi himself as well as a collection of 32 oil paintings by local artist Francesc Torrescassana. The walls are decorated with plastered plant motifs and both the ceiling and fireplace are covered with ceramic tiles. The adjacent smoking room is a true oriental oasis with mutli coloured plaster Arab inspired carvings replicating palm trees with clusters of dates. The walls have papier-mache tiles originally painted in shades of golds, blues and greens and later covered in cream colour. It took a team of restorers and many hours to bring the smoking room back to its former glory. With its new purpose as a museum, the renovation project adapted the spaces and museum facilities from a later 1925 extension, so it wasn’t necessary to modify any of the spaces originally designed by Gaudi. The first floor houses two bedrooms Plant motifs line the walls of both bedrooms, full of natural symbolism which will later become Gaudi’s trademark in all of his work. The plants are reliefs of stucco and depict reeds, ferns and rushes. On the ceiling the space between the beams is tiled with ceramic vine motifs. The attic serves as a modern space housing a permanent exhibition consisting of architecture models, multi media contents and the project’s original blueprints singed by Gaudi. Casa Vicens was bought in 2014 by an Andorran bank, Morabanc, which has invested over four million euros in the restoration and museum project – previously it was a private home. Six of Gaudi’s works in Barcelona have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites, amongst them Casa Vicens.

Gaudi's first project opens to the public as a museum

The first project of renowned Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi has opened to the public as a museum. Casa Vicens has been extensively restored and its unique design gives the first indication of the celebrated genius of Barcelona’s greatest artist. Fresh from university this was Gaudi’s first important commission, entrusted by Manel Vicens, a stock broker who asked him to build his summer home in the village of Gracia, today a neighbourhood of Barcelona. Built between 1883 and 1885 the turrets and tiles of the exterior, which reveal Moorish influences, alongside decorative wrought ironwork and playful statues reveal his unique creativity. At the beginning of the twentieth century Barcelona experienced an era of great cultural and economic splendour. The capital of the Spanish autonomous region of Catalonia was considered one of the most stylish cities in Europe. Gaudi’s audacious designs were shocking in the early years but are now considered to be some of the most influential of the twentieth century. The rooftop of Casa Vicens features a small cupola which crowns a tower on the western corner of the facade as well as a similar structure that act as caps to the house’s chimneys. In Casa Vicens the ground floor was dedicated to day-time use with a central dining room sided by an enclosed porch, and an Arabesque style smoking room. The porch boasts a marble fountain and its enclosed by a oriental style shade. The grand dining room boasts wooden furniture designed by Gaudi himself as well as a collection of 32 oil paintings by local artist Francesc Torrescassana. The walls are decorated with plastered plant motifs and both the ceiling and fireplace are covered with ceramic tiles. The adjacent smoking room is a true oriental oasis with mutli coloured plaster Arab inspired carvings replicating palm trees with clusters of dates. The walls have papier-mache tiles originally painted in shades of golds, blues and greens and later covered in cream colour. It took a team of restorers and many hours to bring the smoking room back to its former glory. With its new purpose as a museum, the renovation project adapted the spaces and museum facilities from a later 1925 extension, so it wasn’t necessary to modify any of the spaces originally designed by Gaudi. The first floor houses two bedrooms Plant motifs line the walls of both bedrooms, full of natural symbolism which will later become Gaudi’s trademark in all of his work. The plants are reliefs of stucco and depict reeds, ferns and rushes. On the ceiling the space between the beams is tiled with ceramic vine motifs. The attic serves as a modern space housing a permanent exhibition consisting of architecture models, multi media contents and the project’s original blueprints singed by Gaudi. Casa Vicens was bought in 2014 by an Andorran bank, Morabanc, which has invested over four million euros in the restoration and museum project – previously it was a private home. Six of Gaudi’s works in Barcelona have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites, amongst them Casa Vicens.

Curhat Denis Suarez Selama Berkostum Barcelona

Denis Suarez mulai tak betah di Barcelona.

Neymar Tak Bermaksud Tinggalkan Barcelona

Neymar sempat berhenti negosiasi dengan PSG demi Barcelona.

Qué le conviene al Barcelona que ocurra en el derbi de Madrid

El Atlético recibe el domingo al Real y los catalanes, que juegan el sábado en Leganés, podrían tomar una ventaja de 10 puntos sobre los capitalinos.

Un momento de la concentración en la plaza Sant Jaume de Barcelona convocada por las entidades soberanistas para pedir la libertad de los presidentes de la ANC y Ómnium, Jordi Sánchez y Jordi Cuixart, un mes después de su encarcelamiento. EFE

El vicepresidente de la ANC Agustí Alcoberro (i) y el vicepresidente de Omnium Marcel Mauri (d) durante su intervención en la concentración en la plaza Sant Jaume de Barcelona convocada por las entidades soberanistas para pedir la libertad de los presidentes de la ANC y Ómnium, Jordi Sánchez y Jordi Cuixart, un mes después de su encarcelamiento. EFE

Un momento de la concentración en la plaza Sant Jaume de Barcelona convocada por las entidades soberanistas para pedir la libertad de los presidentes de la ANC y Ómnium, Jordi Sánchez y Jordi Cuixart, un mes después de su encarcelamiento. EFE

A protester shouts slogans during a demonstration in front of the Palau Generalitat in Barcelona, Spain, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. Demonstrators fill Sant Jaume Square in front of the seat of the Catalan presidency, to mark one month of imprisonment for leaders of the two separatist civil platforms, ANC and Omnium. Eight ex-Catalan cabinet members have also been jailed provisionally. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

Demonstrators holding glow sticks form the shape of an awareness ribbon as they gather in front of the Palau Generalitat in Barcelona, Spain, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. Demonstrators protested Thursday in Sant Jaume Square, in front of the seat of the Catalan presidency, to mark one month of imprisonment for some of the Catalan separatist leaders. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

Protesters hold placards reading in catalan "freedom for political prisoners", during a demonstration in front of the Palau Generalitat in Barcelona, Spain, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. Demonstrators protested Thursday in Sant Jaume Square, in front of the seat of the Catalan presidency, to mark one month of imprisonment for some of the Catalan separatist leaders. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

A woman holds a placard reading in catalan "freedom for political prisoners", during a demonstration in front of the Palau Generalitat in Barcelona, Spain, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. Demonstrators fill Sant Jaume Square in front of the seat of the Catalan presidency, to mark one month of imprisonment for leaders of the two separatist civil platforms, ANC and Omnium. Eight ex-Catalan cabinet members have also been jailed provisionally. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

Demonstrators holding glow sticks form the shape of an awareness ribbon as they gather in front of the Palau Generalitat in Barcelona, Spain, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017. Demonstrators protested Thursday in Sant Jaume Square, in front of the seat of the Catalan presidency, to mark one month of imprisonment for some of the Catalan separatist leaders. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

Euroleague: Bamberg mit Spektakel gegen Barca

Nach dem ersten Viertel sah Brose Bamberg gegen den FC Barcelona schon wie der sichere Verlierer aus. Doch die Franken starteten ein furioses Comeback und siegten mit 84:81.

Euroleague: Bamberg mit Spektakel gegen Barca

Nach dem ersten Viertel sah Brose Bamberg gegen den FC Barcelona schon wie der sichere Verlierer aus. Doch die Franken starteten ein furioses Comeback und siegten mit 84:81.

Euroleague: Bamberg mit Spektakel gegen Barca

Nach dem ersten Viertel sah Brose Bamberg gegen den FC Barcelona schon wie der sichere Verlierer aus. Doch die Franken starteten ein furioses Comeback und siegten mit 84:81.

Euroleague: Bamberg mit Spektakel gegen Barca

Nach dem ersten Viertel sah Brose Bamberg gegen den FC Barcelona schon wie der sichere Verlierer aus. Doch die Franken starteten ein furioses Comeback und siegten mit 84:81.

Euroleague: Bamberg mit Spektakel gegen Barca

Nach dem ersten Viertel sah Brose Bamberg gegen den FC Barcelona schon wie der sichere Verlierer aus. Doch die Franken starteten ein furioses Comeback und siegten mit 84:81.

Euroleague: Bamberg mit Spektakel gegen Barca

Nach dem ersten Viertel sah Brose Bamberg gegen den FC Barcelona schon wie der sichere Verlierer aus. Doch die Franken starteten ein furioses Comeback und siegten mit 84:81.

Liverpools Moreno will Coutinhos Barca-Wechsel verhindern

Die Spekulationen über einen möglichen Wechsel von Philippe Coutinho zu Barcelona reißen nicht ab. Sein Teamkollege hat eine klare Meinung zum Thema.

People form a ribbon during a demonstration called by pro-independence associations asking for the release of jailed Catalan activists and leaders, in Barcelona

People form a ribbon during a demonstration called by pro-independence associations asking for the release of jailed Catalan activists and leaders at Sant Jaume square in Barcelona, Spain, November 16, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea

A ribbon formed by people with lights is seen through an Estelada flag during a demonstration called by pro-independence associations at Sant Jaume square in Barcelona

A ribbon formed by people with lights is seen through an Estelada flag during a demonstration called by pro-independence associations asking for the release of jailed Catalan activists and leaders at Sant Jaume square in Barcelona, Spain, November 16, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea

Brasileiro do Leganés quer pôr fim à invencibilidade do Barcelona na Liga

Gabriel já marcou contra o Barcelona na temporada passada do Campeonato Espanhol (Foto: Divulgação/La Liga)

People hold lights as they form a ribbon during a demonstration called by pro-independence associations asking for the release of jailed Catalan activists and leaders in Barcelona

People hold lights as they form a ribbon during a demonstration called by pro-independence associations asking for the release of jailed Catalan activists and leaders at Sant Jaume square in Barcelona, Spain, November 16, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea

People hold lights as they form a ribbon during a demonstration called by pro-independence associations asking for the release of jailed Catalan activists and leaders in Barcelona

People hold lights as they form a ribbon during a demonstration called by pro-independence associations asking for the release of jailed Catalan activists and leaders at Sant Jaume square in Barcelona, Spain, November 16, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea

People form a ribbon during a demonstration called by pro-independence associations asking for the release of jailed Catalan activists and leaders in Barcelona

People form a ribbon during a demonstration called by pro-independence associations asking for the release of jailed Catalan activists and leaders at Sant Jaume square in Barcelona, Spain, November 16, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea

People form a ribbon during a demonstration called by pro-independence associations asking for the release of jailed Catalan activists and leaders in Barcelona

People form a ribbon during a demonstration called by pro-independence associations asking for the release of jailed Catalan activists and leaders at Sant Jaume square in Barcelona, Spain, November 16, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea

GRAF284. BARCELONA, 16/11/2017.- El vicepresidente de la ANC Agustí Alcoberro (i) y el vicepresidente de Omnium Marcel Mauri (d) durante su intervención en la concentración en la plaza Sant Jaume de Barcelona convocada por las entidades soberanistas para pedir la libertad de los presidentes de la ANC y Ómnium, Jordi Sánchez y Jordi Cuixart, un mes después de su encarcelamiento. EFE/Quique García

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