There’s just no stopping Leo Messi. In Copenhagen, the Argentinian scored yet again and now has 100 in the Josep Guardiola era. Messi has also overtaken Rivaldo as the club’s highest scorer in international competitions.
FC Barcelona have taken a point from their visit to the animated Parken Stadium in Copenhagen in which they hit the woodwork three times. Messi opened the scoring in a game that sees Barça stay top of their group table.
Ahead of Tuesday’s game, Pep Guardiola has insisted that Copenhagen will pose a very different threat from Seville: “it’s a different competition and a completely different game – we`ll have to put in a very good performance”.
Messi missed the trip to Ceuta in midweek and he stressed the importance of a week of training at the Ciutat Esportiva for a number of the senior players: “it’s been a good week for working out and recovering our physical fitness”, he...
“We Give Everything” is the slogan that fronts the latest campaign by the club for ticket sales for the 2010/11 campaign, which is being launched this Thursday. The players are the front men for the campaign, in which they appeal to the fans...
FC Barcelona took a giant stride towards qualifying for the next round of the Copa del Rey (Spanish Cup) with a 0-2 victory in the first leg of their tie with Ceuta on Tuesday evening thanks to goals from Maxwell and Pedro.
Pep Guardiola is not taking anything for granted ahead of Tuesday’s cup game against third division Ceuta and insisted today: “it may not be the most important game of the season, but it is the most dangerous”.