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El atacante argentino del FC Barcelona Lionel Messi (C) remata sobre la portería del Celtic de Glasgow, en partido del grupo G de la Liga de Campeones jugado el 7 de noviembre de 2012 en Glasgow. (AFP | ian macnicol)
El Barcelona perdió 2-1 en su visita a un defensivo y ordenado Celtic de Glasgow.
El atacante argentino del FC Barcelona Lionel Messi (C) remata sobre la portería del Celtic de Glasgow, en partido del grupo G de la Liga de Campeones jugado el 7 de noviembre de 2012 en Glasgow. (AFP | ian macnicol)
The manager has decided against playing the superstar in the club's La Liga finale, arguing he needs rest after a long campaign
Messi to sit out Iniesta Barcelona send off, Valverde confirms
The manager has decided against playing the superstar in the club's La Liga finale, arguing he needs rest after a long campaign
Iniesta bahkan pernah mencicipi dua kali treble winner bersama Barcelona
Pekan Terakhir Liga Spanyol Jadi Laga Perpisahan Iniesta
Iniesta bahkan pernah mencicipi dua kali treble winner bersama Barcelona
The manager has decided against playing the superstar in the club's La Liga finale, arguing he needs rest after a long campaign
Messi to sit out Iniesta Barcelona send off, Valverde confirms
The manager has decided against playing the superstar in the club's La Liga finale, arguing he needs rest after a long campaign
Iniesta bahkan pernah mencicipi dua kali treble winner bersama Barcelona
Pekan Terakhir Liga Spanyol Jadi Laga Perpisahan Iniesta
Iniesta bahkan pernah mencicipi dua kali treble winner bersama Barcelona
Iniesta bahkan pernah mencicipi dua kali treble winner bersama Barcelona
Pekan Terakhir Liga Spanyol Jadi Laga Perpisahan Iniesta
Iniesta bahkan pernah mencicipi dua kali treble winner bersama Barcelona
Philippe Coutinho was on hand as La Liga champions Barcelona launched their home kit for the 2018/2019 season at the Montjuic swimming pool.
Coutinho helps unveil Barcelona's new home kit
Philippe Coutinho was on hand as La Liga champions Barcelona launched their home kit for the 2018/2019 season at the Montjuic swimming pool.
Philippe Coutinho was on hand as La Liga champions Barcelona launched their home kit for the 2018/2019 season at the Montjuic swimming pool.
Coutinho helps unveil Barcelona's new home kit
Philippe Coutinho was on hand as La Liga champions Barcelona launched their home kit for the 2018/2019 season at the Montjuic swimming pool.
Philippe Coutinho was on hand as La Liga champions Barcelona launched their home kit for the 2018/2019 season at the Montjuic swimming pool.
Coutinho helps unveil Barcelona's new home kit
Philippe Coutinho was on hand as La Liga champions Barcelona launched their home kit for the 2018/2019 season at the Montjuic swimming pool.
The Liga champions have released the first images of their new strip, which features the traditional blue and garnet-coloured stripes
Barcelona unveil new home kit for 2018-19 season
The Liga champions have released the first images of their new strip, which features the traditional blue and garnet-coloured stripes
The Liga champions have released the first images of their new strip, which features the traditional blue and garnet-coloured stripes
Barcelona unveil new home kit for 2018-19 season
The Liga champions have released the first images of their new strip, which features the traditional blue and garnet-coloured stripes
The Liga champions have released the first images of their new strip, which features the traditional blue and garnet-coloured stripes
Barcelona unveil new home kit for 2018-19 season
The Liga champions have released the first images of their new strip, which features the traditional blue and garnet-coloured stripes
The Liga champions have released the first images of their new strip, which features the traditional blue and garnet-coloured stripes
Barcelona unveil new home kit for 2018-19 season
The Liga champions have released the first images of their new strip, which features the traditional blue and garnet-coloured stripes
The Liga champions have released the first images of their new strip, which features the traditional blue and garnet-coloured stripes
Barcelona unveil new home kit for 2018-19 season
The Liga champions have released the first images of their new strip, which features the traditional blue and garnet-coloured stripes
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
¿Cuánto paga Barcelona vs Real Sociedad en la apuesta Bet365?
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
¿Cuánto paga Barcelona vs Real Sociedad en la apuesta Bet365?
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
¿Cuánto paga Barcelona vs Real Sociedad en la apuesta Bet365?
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
¿Cuánto paga Barcelona vs Real Sociedad en la apuesta Bet365?
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
¿Cuánto paga Barcelona vs Real Sociedad en la apuesta Bet365?
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
¿Cuánto paga Barcelona vs Real Sociedad en la apuesta Bet365?
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
¿Cuánto paga Barcelona vs Real Sociedad en la apuesta Bet365?
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
¿Cuánto paga Barcelona vs Real Sociedad en la apuesta Bet365?
Blaugranas y los Txuri-Urdín se medirán en la cancha del Camp Nou en partido correspondiente a la jornada 38 de la Liga Santander.
It says much about the nature of the career of Cesc Fabregas that he can calmly admit to losing “two or three” medals when asked where he keeps all of his honours. Fabregas is a World Cup and European Championship winner with Spain and has won the Premier League and La Liga titles with Chelsea and Barcelona. The first trophy Fabregas lifted was the FA Cup back in 2005, but he has an added incentive to win it again after losing the first medal of his collection. “This one, I cannot find it,” the midfielder said. “I promise. My dad used to keep them and once I grew up, one day I said, ‘Listen, where are all my medals and stuff?’ He nearly lost the World Cup one even! It was in my mum’s house in a box. I have nearly all of them, but I’ve lost two or three. “I cannot find the FA Cup medal, so I hope I can replace it. It would be nice if that happened on Saturday.” Fabregas drives forward for Arsenal in the 2005 final Credit: AFP Having turned 18 just over two weeks earlier, Fabregas was part of the Arsenal team who beat Manchester United on penalties and the Spaniard demonstrated his strong character by leaving a lasting impression on Roy Keane. Now aged 31, Fabregas said: “We played really bad, to be honest. We were lucky. I can say that now, I don’t care! I remember kicking Roy Keane in a good one-on-one. I won that one, so I was happy. Then I remember when Patrick [Vieira] scored the winner. I think it was his last kick as well for Arsenal. It was a nice moment. Good celebrations.” When it was pointed out to Fabregas that not many people have got away with kicking Keane, he added: “I got away because he was on the floor, so he could not say or do anything. He couldn’t get hold of me! “I remember that final in a special way. It was my first big trophy as a professional at a very young age. I remember Keane, Ronaldo, Rooney, Van Nistelrooy, Scholes. It was a fantastic United team. It was one of the best teams that I faced.” Up against United again with Chelsea at Wembley, Fabregas still values the FA Cup highly and insists players cannot afford to be choosy over the competitions they win. Revealed: The inside story of how Antonio Conte's reign at Chelsea turned sour “I’m always pleased to play in finals,” he said. “Especially here in England, the FA Cup is seen as one of the big trophies. Nowadays, everyone talks about the Champions League, the World Cup, the Euros, but I think if you are a bit of a romantic, the FA Cup is always very special. “The crowd is always full, even from the first game of the competition. Wherever you go to play, it is one game you can win or lose. It is not easy to get into the FA Cup final. We have to value that, we have to appreciate that, go into Saturday knowing that if we win, we are winning a special trophy. “To go and win a trophy is not that easy. Nowadays, how many top teams that are in Europe do not win anything? Maybe they are close, maybe not.” The FA Cup represents a last chance for Chelsea to salvage some pride from a season in which they finished fifth in the Premier League and failed to qualify for the Champions League. “It is not easy to win titles in the league,” added Fabregas. “In the Champions League, you play against Barcelona, they are one of the top teams in the world. You can win, you can lose. That can happen. FA Cup Final tactical breakdown “In the FA Cup, we have done well. In the league, it is a little bit where we should have done better, we were not consistent enough in our performances and there is no explanation why one day we can be very good, one day after we are just not good enough. “This is on us as players. We should have put it right when we had the chance to do it. We didn’t and we paid for it. It is a big disappointment, “I’m sure for the club as well, because they want to be and are used to being in the Champions League every year. “All we can do now is go on, win the final and give the fans a good end of the season.” Fabregas will have one year remaining on his Chelsea contract at the end of the season and, as a player aged over 30, can only expect to be offered a further 12-month extension as per club policy. He will consider his future over the summer and look at any offers that come his way before making his mind up on whether or not he will start next season at Stamford Bridge. “I have a year left. I don’t know [what will happen],” said Fabregas. “To be honest, all I want is to play on Saturday in the final. “As we know in football, anything can happen. I’m very happy here, “I must say. It is a fantastic club that treats me very well. I’m happy with the players. “The club also needs to tell you if they want you or do not want you. It is not always up to me. “But, definitely, I have a year left and let’s see what happens.”
Cesc Fabregas targets FA Cup winners medal to replace one his father lost
It says much about the nature of the career of Cesc Fabregas that he can calmly admit to losing “two or three” medals when asked where he keeps all of his honours. Fabregas is a World Cup and European Championship winner with Spain and has won the Premier League and La Liga titles with Chelsea and Barcelona. The first trophy Fabregas lifted was the FA Cup back in 2005, but he has an added incentive to win it again after losing the first medal of his collection. “This one, I cannot find it,” the midfielder said. “I promise. My dad used to keep them and once I grew up, one day I said, ‘Listen, where are all my medals and stuff?’ He nearly lost the World Cup one even! It was in my mum’s house in a box. I have nearly all of them, but I’ve lost two or three. “I cannot find the FA Cup medal, so I hope I can replace it. It would be nice if that happened on Saturday.” Fabregas drives forward for Arsenal in the 2005 final Credit: AFP Having turned 18 just over two weeks earlier, Fabregas was part of the Arsenal team who beat Manchester United on penalties and the Spaniard demonstrated his strong character by leaving a lasting impression on Roy Keane. Now aged 31, Fabregas said: “We played really bad, to be honest. We were lucky. I can say that now, I don’t care! I remember kicking Roy Keane in a good one-on-one. I won that one, so I was happy. Then I remember when Patrick [Vieira] scored the winner. I think it was his last kick as well for Arsenal. It was a nice moment. Good celebrations.” When it was pointed out to Fabregas that not many people have got away with kicking Keane, he added: “I got away because he was on the floor, so he could not say or do anything. He couldn’t get hold of me! “I remember that final in a special way. It was my first big trophy as a professional at a very young age. I remember Keane, Ronaldo, Rooney, Van Nistelrooy, Scholes. It was a fantastic United team. It was one of the best teams that I faced.” Up against United again with Chelsea at Wembley, Fabregas still values the FA Cup highly and insists players cannot afford to be choosy over the competitions they win. Revealed: The inside story of how Antonio Conte's reign at Chelsea turned sour “I’m always pleased to play in finals,” he said. “Especially here in England, the FA Cup is seen as one of the big trophies. Nowadays, everyone talks about the Champions League, the World Cup, the Euros, but I think if you are a bit of a romantic, the FA Cup is always very special. “The crowd is always full, even from the first game of the competition. Wherever you go to play, it is one game you can win or lose. It is not easy to get into the FA Cup final. We have to value that, we have to appreciate that, go into Saturday knowing that if we win, we are winning a special trophy. “To go and win a trophy is not that easy. Nowadays, how many top teams that are in Europe do not win anything? Maybe they are close, maybe not.” The FA Cup represents a last chance for Chelsea to salvage some pride from a season in which they finished fifth in the Premier League and failed to qualify for the Champions League. “It is not easy to win titles in the league,” added Fabregas. “In the Champions League, you play against Barcelona, they are one of the top teams in the world. You can win, you can lose. That can happen. FA Cup Final tactical breakdown “In the FA Cup, we have done well. In the league, it is a little bit where we should have done better, we were not consistent enough in our performances and there is no explanation why one day we can be very good, one day after we are just not good enough. “This is on us as players. We should have put it right when we had the chance to do it. We didn’t and we paid for it. It is a big disappointment, “I’m sure for the club as well, because they want to be and are used to being in the Champions League every year. “All we can do now is go on, win the final and give the fans a good end of the season.” Fabregas will have one year remaining on his Chelsea contract at the end of the season and, as a player aged over 30, can only expect to be offered a further 12-month extension as per club policy. He will consider his future over the summer and look at any offers that come his way before making his mind up on whether or not he will start next season at Stamford Bridge. “I have a year left. I don’t know [what will happen],” said Fabregas. “To be honest, all I want is to play on Saturday in the final. “As we know in football, anything can happen. I’m very happy here, “I must say. It is a fantastic club that treats me very well. I’m happy with the players. “The club also needs to tell you if they want you or do not want you. It is not always up to me. “But, definitely, I have a year left and let’s see what happens.”
It says much about the nature of the career of Cesc Fabregas that he can calmly admit to losing “two or three” medals when asked where he keeps all of his honours. Fabregas is a World Cup and European Championship winner with Spain and has won the Premier League and La Liga titles with Chelsea and Barcelona. The first trophy Fabregas lifted was the FA Cup back in 2005, but he has an added incentive to win it again after losing the first medal of his collection. “This one, I cannot find it,” the midfielder said. “I promise. My dad used to keep them and once I grew up, one day I said, ‘Listen, where are all my medals and stuff?’ He nearly lost the World Cup one even! It was in my mum’s house in a box. I have nearly all of them, but I’ve lost two or three. “I cannot find the FA Cup medal, so I hope I can replace it. It would be nice if that happened on Saturday.” Fabregas drives forward for Arsenal in the 2005 final Credit: AFP Having turned 18 just over two weeks earlier, Fabregas was part of the Arsenal team who beat Manchester United on penalties and the Spaniard demonstrated his strong character by leaving a lasting impression on Roy Keane. Now aged 31, Fabregas said: “We played really bad, to be honest. We were lucky. I can say that now, I don’t care! I remember kicking Roy Keane in a good one-on-one. I won that one, so I was happy. Then I remember when Patrick [Vieira] scored the winner. I think it was his last kick as well for Arsenal. It was a nice moment. Good celebrations.” When it was pointed out to Fabregas that not many people have got away with kicking Keane, he added: “I got away because he was on the floor, so he could not say or do anything. He couldn’t get hold of me! “I remember that final in a special way. It was my first big trophy as a professional at a very young age. I remember Keane, Ronaldo, Rooney, Van Nistelrooy, Scholes. It was a fantastic United team. It was one of the best teams that I faced.” Up against United again with Chelsea at Wembley, Fabregas still values the FA Cup highly and insists players cannot afford to be choosy over the competitions they win. Revealed: The inside story of how Antonio Conte's reign at Chelsea turned sour “I’m always pleased to play in finals,” he said. “Especially here in England, the FA Cup is seen as one of the big trophies. Nowadays, everyone talks about the Champions League, the World Cup, the Euros, but I think if you are a bit of a romantic, the FA Cup is always very special. “The crowd is always full, even from the first game of the competition. Wherever you go to play, it is one game you can win or lose. It is not easy to get into the FA Cup final. We have to value that, we have to appreciate that, go into Saturday knowing that if we win, we are winning a special trophy. “To go and win a trophy is not that easy. Nowadays, how many top teams that are in Europe do not win anything? Maybe they are close, maybe not.” The FA Cup represents a last chance for Chelsea to salvage some pride from a season in which they finished fifth in the Premier League and failed to qualify for the Champions League. “It is not easy to win titles in the league,” added Fabregas. “In the Champions League, you play against Barcelona, they are one of the top teams in the world. You can win, you can lose. That can happen. FA Cup Final tactical breakdown “In the FA Cup, we have done well. In the league, it is a little bit where we should have done better, we were not consistent enough in our performances and there is no explanation why one day we can be very good, one day after we are just not good enough. “This is on us as players. We should have put it right when we had the chance to do it. We didn’t and we paid for it. It is a big disappointment, “I’m sure for the club as well, because they want to be and are used to being in the Champions League every year. “All we can do now is go on, win the final and give the fans a good end of the season.” Fabregas will have one year remaining on his Chelsea contract at the end of the season and, as a player aged over 30, can only expect to be offered a further 12-month extension as per club policy. He will consider his future over the summer and look at any offers that come his way before making his mind up on whether or not he will start next season at Stamford Bridge. “I have a year left. I don’t know [what will happen],” said Fabregas. “To be honest, all I want is to play on Saturday in the final. “As we know in football, anything can happen. I’m very happy here, “I must say. It is a fantastic club that treats me very well. I’m happy with the players. “The club also needs to tell you if they want you or do not want you. It is not always up to me. “But, definitely, I have a year left and let’s see what happens.”
Cesc Fabregas targets FA Cup winners medal to replace one his father lost
It says much about the nature of the career of Cesc Fabregas that he can calmly admit to losing “two or three” medals when asked where he keeps all of his honours. Fabregas is a World Cup and European Championship winner with Spain and has won the Premier League and La Liga titles with Chelsea and Barcelona. The first trophy Fabregas lifted was the FA Cup back in 2005, but he has an added incentive to win it again after losing the first medal of his collection. “This one, I cannot find it,” the midfielder said. “I promise. My dad used to keep them and once I grew up, one day I said, ‘Listen, where are all my medals and stuff?’ He nearly lost the World Cup one even! It was in my mum’s house in a box. I have nearly all of them, but I’ve lost two or three. “I cannot find the FA Cup medal, so I hope I can replace it. It would be nice if that happened on Saturday.” Fabregas drives forward for Arsenal in the 2005 final Credit: AFP Having turned 18 just over two weeks earlier, Fabregas was part of the Arsenal team who beat Manchester United on penalties and the Spaniard demonstrated his strong character by leaving a lasting impression on Roy Keane. Now aged 31, Fabregas said: “We played really bad, to be honest. We were lucky. I can say that now, I don’t care! I remember kicking Roy Keane in a good one-on-one. I won that one, so I was happy. Then I remember when Patrick [Vieira] scored the winner. I think it was his last kick as well for Arsenal. It was a nice moment. Good celebrations.” When it was pointed out to Fabregas that not many people have got away with kicking Keane, he added: “I got away because he was on the floor, so he could not say or do anything. He couldn’t get hold of me! “I remember that final in a special way. It was my first big trophy as a professional at a very young age. I remember Keane, Ronaldo, Rooney, Van Nistelrooy, Scholes. It was a fantastic United team. It was one of the best teams that I faced.” Up against United again with Chelsea at Wembley, Fabregas still values the FA Cup highly and insists players cannot afford to be choosy over the competitions they win. Revealed: The inside story of how Antonio Conte's reign at Chelsea turned sour “I’m always pleased to play in finals,” he said. “Especially here in England, the FA Cup is seen as one of the big trophies. Nowadays, everyone talks about the Champions League, the World Cup, the Euros, but I think if you are a bit of a romantic, the FA Cup is always very special. “The crowd is always full, even from the first game of the competition. Wherever you go to play, it is one game you can win or lose. It is not easy to get into the FA Cup final. We have to value that, we have to appreciate that, go into Saturday knowing that if we win, we are winning a special trophy. “To go and win a trophy is not that easy. Nowadays, how many top teams that are in Europe do not win anything? Maybe they are close, maybe not.” The FA Cup represents a last chance for Chelsea to salvage some pride from a season in which they finished fifth in the Premier League and failed to qualify for the Champions League. “It is not easy to win titles in the league,” added Fabregas. “In the Champions League, you play against Barcelona, they are one of the top teams in the world. You can win, you can lose. That can happen. FA Cup Final tactical breakdown “In the FA Cup, we have done well. In the league, it is a little bit where we should have done better, we were not consistent enough in our performances and there is no explanation why one day we can be very good, one day after we are just not good enough. “This is on us as players. We should have put it right when we had the chance to do it. We didn’t and we paid for it. It is a big disappointment, “I’m sure for the club as well, because they want to be and are used to being in the Champions League every year. “All we can do now is go on, win the final and give the fans a good end of the season.” Fabregas will have one year remaining on his Chelsea contract at the end of the season and, as a player aged over 30, can only expect to be offered a further 12-month extension as per club policy. He will consider his future over the summer and look at any offers that come his way before making his mind up on whether or not he will start next season at Stamford Bridge. “I have a year left. I don’t know [what will happen],” said Fabregas. “To be honest, all I want is to play on Saturday in the final. “As we know in football, anything can happen. I’m very happy here, “I must say. It is a fantastic club that treats me very well. I’m happy with the players. “The club also needs to tell you if they want you or do not want you. It is not always up to me. “But, definitely, I have a year left and let’s see what happens.”
El defensa del Barcelona Sergi Roberto (d) pelea un balón con el defensa brasileño del Real Madrid Marcelo Vieira en el partido de liga correspondiente a la jornada trigésimo sexta de liga en Primera División. EFE/Archivo
El defensa del Barcelona Sergi Roberto (d) pelea un balón con el defensa brasileño del Real Madrid Marcelo Vieira en el partido de liga correspondiente a la jornada trigésimo sexta de liga en Primera División. EFE/Archivo
El defensa del Barcelona Sergi Roberto (d) pelea un balón con el defensa brasileño del Real Madrid Marcelo Vieira en el partido de liga correspondiente a la jornada trigésimo sexta de liga en Primera División. EFE/Archivo
El defensa del Barcelona Sergi Roberto (d) pelea un balón con el defensa brasileño del Real Madrid Marcelo Vieira en el partido de liga correspondiente a la jornada trigésimo sexta de liga en Primera División. EFE/Archivo
El defensa del Barcelona Sergi Roberto (d) pelea un balón con el defensa brasileño del Real Madrid Marcelo Vieira en el partido de liga correspondiente a la jornada trigésimo sexta de liga en Primera División. EFE/Archivo
El defensa del Barcelona Sergi Roberto (d) pelea un balón con el defensa brasileño del Real Madrid Marcelo Vieira en el partido de liga correspondiente a la jornada trigésimo sexta de liga en Primera División. EFE/Archivo

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