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  1. Guus is a Turkey - Hiddink must go or Holland face Euro 2016 cullRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Goal.com

    ... left Luciano Narsingh and Quincy Promes feeling bemused as they watched from the sidelines. Somehow, the former Barcelona man played the full game. Wesley Sneijder's late equalising goal against Turkey may have bought Hiddink an extra game in the ...

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  2. I want Valdes to get a chance at Man Utd, says Del BosqueRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Goal.com

    The Spain coach hinted he is frustrated at the lack of first-team action the former Barcelona goalkeeper has seen at Old Trafford Vicente del Bosque has admitted that he wishes Manchester United goalkeeper Victor Valdes was benefiting from more game time with the Red Devils. The Spanish goalkeeper joined Louis Van Gaal's side on an 18-month contract in January but has yet to make an appearance for the senior side.

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  3. El Salvador 0-2 Argentina: Martino's men triumph without MessiRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Goal.com

    The Barcelona star was left on the bench after missing training on Thursday but the Albiceleste were still comfortable winners on Saturday Argentina triumphed in the absence of Lionel Messi as they beat El Salvador 2-0 at the FedEx Field on Saturday night. The 27-year-old was left on the bench and wasn't risked after missing training on Thursday with a foot injury, while Javier Mascherano was also named among the substitutes.

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  4. Argentina leave Messi on the benchRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Goal.com

    The forward has been rested for Saturday evening's friendly, while Javier Mascherano is also missing from the starting XI The Barcelona star missed training on Thursday after picking up a foot injury but it was thought he would recover in time to feature at the FedEx Field stadium in America. However, Argentina boss Gerardo Martino has opted not to take any risks with another friendly against Ecuador on the horizon on Wednesday.

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  5. Team News: Argentina leave Messi on the benchRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Goal.com

    The forward has been rested for Saturday evening's friendly, while Javier Mascherano is also missing from the starting XI Lionel Messi has been left on the bench for Argentina's friendly with El Salvador on Saturday night. The Barcelona star missed training on Thursday after picking up a foot injury but it was thought he would recover in time to feature at the FedEx Field stadium in America.

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  6. Busquets says Xavi is Spanish national team's best all-time playerRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Fox Sports

    The midfielder has been a pivotal part of the dominant Spain and Barcelona sides over the course of the last decade, winning a host of domestic, continental and world titles, including the World Cup, two European Championships, three Champions Leagues and two Club World Cups. The 35-year-old, who is reportedly close to a move to Al-Sadd, retired from international football after Spain's elimination from the group stages of the 2014 World Cup and Busquets says his absence in the team can be felt.

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  7. I want Valdes to play for Manchester United, says Del BosqueRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Goal.com

    The coach of the Spanish national side has hinted that he is frustrated at the lack of first-team action the former Barcelona goalkeeper has seen at Old Trafford Vicente Del Bosque has admitted that he wishes Manchester United goalkeeper Victor Valdes was benefiting from more game time with the Red Devils. The Spanish goalkeeper joined Louis Van Gaal's side on an 18-month contract in January but has yet to make an appearance for the senior side.

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  8. Xavi is Spain's best ever - BusquetsRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Goal.com

    The midfielder believes there has been no better player for the national team than his team-mate and insists La Roja still have a bright future despite their World Cup debacle Xavi is the best Spain player of all time, according to team-mate Sergio Busquets . The midfielder has been a pivotal part of the dominant Spain and Barcelona sides over the course of the last decade, winning a host of domestic, continental and world titles, including the World Cup, two European Championships, three Champions Leagues and two Club World Cups.

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  9. Messi in doubt for today's matchRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Buenos Aires Herald

    Fans mob Lionel Messi as he tries to get on the team bus following the Argentina national team practice at Georgetown University in Washington, where the players prepared for today's friendly match against El Salvador. The presence of the Barcelona forward in today's match is still in doubt due to a long-held injury, coach Gerardo Martino said yesterday.

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  10. Iniesta & Isco can play together, says CazorlaRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Goal.com

    EXCLUSIVE: The Spain playmaker believes that the Real Madrid and Barcelona stars are capable of making a solid partnership and is optimistic about his country's future By Francisco Rico Spain midfielder Santi Cazorla insists that Isco and Andres Iniesta can both function in the same team. The Real Madrid and Barcelona stars both put in a strong performance in Friday's 1-0 win over Ukraine in Euro 2016 qualification, which saw Alvaro Morata give La Roja three points.

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  11. Why Marc Bartra Is the Barcelona Player with Most to Prove in Rest of SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BleacherReport

    ... berth. If it doesn't happen for him now, then the likelihood is it's not going to happen for him at all at Barcelona. Secondly, any prospective employers looking in on Bartra will want to see a player full of confidence and ready to come out ...

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  12. El Salvador vs. Argentina: Team News, Predicted Line-Ups, Live Stream & TV InfoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BleacherReport

    ... despite confirmation the setback was nothing serious. According to the official Copa America 2015 website , the Barcelona forward didn't train with the team on Thursday and had a private session at the team hotel, citing Argentina's official Twitter ...

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  13. Two Premier League legends feature in Deco's all-time Champions League XIRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Business News

    The Portuguese legend is part of an elite group of players who have won the competition twice, in this case under Jose Mourinho at Porto in 2004 and then again with Barcelona in 2006. Now, he has selected his all time Champions League XI for the Daily Mail , and there are a couple of Premier League greats in there to maintain English pride.

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  14. Arsenal star comments on important aspect of Spain win against UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Business News

    It wasn't the most stellar of Spain performances, with just the one goal from Juventus striker, Alvaro Morata, edging La Roja to a narrow 1-0 victory against Ukraine. Spain began to struggle for control of possession in the second half, which lead to coach Vicente Del Bosque making changes, as he sent on Arsenal man Santi Cazorla for Barcelona veteran, Andres Iniesta.

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  15. Euro 2016 Qualifying - Alvaro Morata gives Spain 1-0 aRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Yahoo!

    ... of Group C soon enough if they carry on like this. Andres Iniesta - He may not have scored or assisted a goal for Barcelona in over a year but his play tonight was nothing short of mesmeric. He controlled the game from start to finish and was at the ...

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  16. Morata nets winner as Spain top Ukraine in Euro 2016 qualifying matchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Fox Sports

    ... a tribute to the victims of the French Alps air disaster, in which 150 people died when a plane traveling from Barcelona to Dusseldorf crashed in the south of France on Tuesday. Alvaro Morata, starting thanks to Diego Costa's injury, immediately ...

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  17. Lionel Messi might not play in Argentina-El Salvador matchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Washington Post

    A week of Lionel Messi mania might end in disappointment for more than 50,000 in Landover. With the Barcelona superstar feeling the effects of a foot injury suffered last weekend against Real Madrid, Coach Gerardo Martino said Friday that he could not guarantee the four-time world player of the year would play in a friendly against El Salvador on Saturday afternoon at FedEx Field.

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  18. Crooks: NYCFC Is Better Off Without Xavi HernandezRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CBS Local

    Xavi Hernandez, right, of FC Barcelona scores the opening goal past Xabi Irureta of SD Eibar during the La Liga match at Camp Nou on Oct. 18, 2014 in Barcelona, Spain. After Wednesday's training session at Yankee Stadium - with no apparent turf reverberations from Tampa - New York City FC head coach Jason Kreis startled a gathering of reporters when he suggested that his third and final designated player signing might not be the 5-foot-6 inch midfield maestro from Spain.

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  19. Barcelona were blighted by internal issues, admits MascheranoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Goal.com

    The Argentina international acknowledges that the mood in the camp at Camp Nou was poor at the start of the year and warns that Real Madrid are still in the title race Javier Mascherano admits that Barcelona were damaged by internal issues at the start of 2015. The Catalans were beaten by Real Sociedad in their first game after the winter break and star player Lionel Messi's relationship with coach Luis Enrique seemed to have broken down after an argument on the training pitch.

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  20. Bartomeu: Vilanova not to blame for Neymar tax caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Goal.com

    The Barca chief was interpreted by some as suggesting that the legal proceedings are the late coach's fault but he insists that his meaning was taken incorrectly Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has hit out at those who have suggested that he is blaming the Neymar tax case on the late Tito Vilanova. The Camp Nou chief faces a potential prison sentence if found guilty of misdemeanours over the finances of Neymar's transfer in 2013 and a video of Bartomeu addressing public prosecutor Judge Ruz emerged on Friday, showing him saying that it was Vilanova's idea to bring forward the move by a year.

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