FC Barcelona News: 6 October 2022


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A round-up of the newest Barcelona information and rumors

Recovery session – FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona educated on Wednesday on the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper in a restoration session after the Champions League encounter with Internazionale on Tuesday in Milan.

How do FC Barcelona make it to the Champions League last 16? – FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona suffered a painful 1-0 defeat on Match Day three of the Champions League towards Internazionale in Milan on Tuesday. Nevertheless, regardless of the reverse, Barça nonetheless are masters of their very own future with regards making it by to the knock out levels of this season’s competitors.

Christensen confirmed with sprained ankle – FC Barcelona
Tests carried out on Wednesday have confirmed that the primary staff participant Andreas Christensen has a sprained left ankle. He is unavailable and his restoration will dictate his return.

Kessie with an adductor muscle injury in his right thigh – FC Barcelona
The first staff participant Franck Kessie has a strained adductor muscle in his proper thigh. He is dominated out and his restoration will dictate his return.

Barcelona decide not to make formal complaint to UEFA over refereeing – SPORT
Barcelona gamers and workers had been indignant after the theft in Milan. That referee Vincic didn’t go to the monitor to take a look at the clear handball by Dumfries within the second half has enraged the membership. The VAR sales space didn’t inform the referee to watch the incident once more.

Basis of a deal between Barca and Atletico over Antoine Griezmann – SPORT
The Antoine Griezmann cleaning soap opera is coming to an finish. Relevo reported, and SPORT, have been in a position to affirm, that Barca and Atletico have reached a deal for the Madrid membership to signal the French striker.

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