Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours, News, Results And Fixtures' started by SolarEnergy, Oct 1, 2010.
For Barcelona faithfuls
yeaaaaaah barca 4 lyfe champions 4 lyfe
Yes oooh my guys barca we wil remain no matter wat !catalans!
blaugrana 4 life babie
The only club wit d highest fan in europe nd on facebook....barca 4 real...lol
Hercules 4 life lol.
bosco u want mak god punish u
4 wat kwanu. Na me cause una defeat?
Up barca na em we dey hear steady but d d fact iz u guyz should show something other than saying up barca(no fighting)
No fight. You all funny. Afterall we no get money from these Clubs. We just dey hail dem wit Zero earn. Let start catching fun. Up ARSENAL. We go gun 'em down this season. Nothing do Us.
The first 'Clasico' of the season between Barcelona and Real Madrid will take place on a Monday night, the Spanish league has confirmed.The two heavyweights will meet at the Nou Camp on November 29 to avoid a clash with the Catalan elections which take place in Barcelona a day earlier.A statement on Real's official website confirmed the news. It read: "The football league has announced the matchday 13 clash between Barcelona and Real Madrid will be played on November 29 at 2100 local time.
"This is due to the 13th round coinciding with the elections for the parliament of Catalonia and the security problems that would create.''
Barca beat Real home and away in their Clasico encounters last season, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic scoring the winner in a 1-0 victory at the Nou Camp, before goals from Lionel Messi and Pedro gave Pep Guardiola's side a crucial 2-0 win at the Bernabeu to catapult them towards the Primera Division title.The big two in Spain are again dominating La Liga this season; Jose Mourinho's Madrid are a point clear of Barca at the summit after winning eight of their opening 10 matches.Meanwhile, Barca defender Gabriel Milito is expected to be out for up to six weeks with a thigh injury picked up in Wednesday's Copa del Rey victory over Ceuta.
The Argentina international scored early in the 5-1 win but then had to leave the field seven minutes before the break and was replaced by Eric Abidal. Milito has been plagued by injuries during his time at the Nou Camp and now faces a battle to play again before the winter break.
UEFA's disciplinary unit has started an investigation into whether Real Madrid stars Xabi Alonso and Sergio Ramos deliberately incurred red cards in Tuesday night's 4-0 victory over Ajax.
With Real coasting to victory in Amsterdam and enjoying top spot in Group G, both Spain internationals were shown second yellow cards for blatant time wasting late on.
Ramos and Alonso will now be suspended for the meaningless final group game against Auxerre and their disciplinary records will be wiped clean for the start of the knockout stages.
http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story ... ue&cc=5901
Barca 4 life. More than just a club
Barca. Don show them. LOL
Barca 4 real.
Barca+ref+uefa=winning matches. lol
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na barca de rule .
Men u dey mad ni christiano outright.Go play d ful eleven for 90mins
u dont nid to abuze ya sef....dz z just for fun *man*
up barca till I***