FC Barcelona News: 18 October 2022


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A round-up of the most recent Barcelona information and rumors

Monday recovery session – FC Barcelona
Fresh again from the Santiago Bernabéu and a disappointing setback towards Real Madrid in El Clásico, the FC Barcelona returned to work on Monday morning to start out engaged on the following problem, a league match at residence to Villarreal on Thursday at 9pm CEST.

Three in a row at Spotify Camp Nou – FC Barcelona
After setbacks towards Inter Milan and Real Madrid, FC Barcelona could have triple residence benefit as they search to get the outcomes again on target

Alexia Putellas wins second Ballon d’Or – FC Barcelona
Alexia Putellas has accomplished it once more! After changing into FC Barcelona’s first ever winner of the ladies’s Ballon d’Or in 2021, she has now on the coveted prize once more!

Gavi takes the Kopa Trophy – FC Barcelona
The greatest participant below the age of 21 for 2022. That is the award that has been given to Barça midfielder Gavi at this yr’s Ballon d’Or gala. The 18 yr previous acquired the prize after a superb season in 2021/22 wherein he turned a fixture within the blaugrana midfield.

Lewandowski wins first Gerd Müller Trophy – FC Barcelona
Robert Lewandowski was one among a number of FC Barcelona successes at this Monday’s Ballon d’Or gala in Paris as he collected the newly created Gerd Müller Trophy that goes to the highest scorer of the season combining purpose each for membership and nation.

Rotation time as Xavi looks at changes to improve Barca – SPORT
After the Madrid and Inter blows, Xavi has two necessary assessments coming within the form of Villarreal and Athletic Club. Barcelona need to keep as shut as attainable to Madrid on the prime of the desk earlier than the World Cup break, after they can attempt to reset after the disappointments of the final week. There are 5 league video games left earlier than then.

Xavi will not be moved: Board trust him to overhaul Barca – SPORT
Complete disappointment. And unhappiness. Those are the emotions of Barcelona’s board after a brutal week in Europe after which the Clasico. A double blow, however their confidence in Xavi Hernandez remains to be intact.

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