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    Sports Ronaldos Double Leads Juventus To An Easy Win At Barca - Goal
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    Sports Suarez, Coutinho Fire Barca 11 Points Clear –

    Barcelona coped with the absence of Lionel Messi to win 2-0 at bottom club Malaga on Saturday as goals from Luis Suarez and Philippe Coutinho sent the Catalans 11 points clear at the top of La Liga. Messi was dropped from the squad for the first time this season … read more via –...
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    Sports Leaked Document: Messi’s Weekly Pay Revealed

    Lionel Messi contract is worth a staggering $2.4million-a-week, according to Football Leaks. The Argentine ace finally ended speculation over his future in November when he put pen to paper on a bumper deal that ties him to the Nou Camp until 2021. However, the financial details of that...
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    Sports Cristiano Ronaldo Reportedly Wants A Higher Wage Than Barca's Lionel Messi

    Real Madrid superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly informed the club that he wants to sign a new deal so as to receive more wages than Barcelona ace, Lionel Messi, according to Journalist Duncan Castles. Castles, who believes Ronaldo is not happy that the Barcelona number 10 now earns more...
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    Sports La Liga: Celta Vigo Hold Barca At Home

    Celta Vigo breathed life into La Liga’s title race becoming the first team this season to take points off Barcelona at the Nou Camp in a thrilling 2-2 draw on Saturday. Iago Aspas gave Celta an early lead, but an inspired display from Lionel Messi appeared to have earned Barca another three...
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    Sports UEFA Champions League 2015/2016 Quarter-Final Fixtures

    Champions League quarter-final fixtures are out. The following teams are battling each other: Wolfsburg vs Real Madrid Bayern Munchen vs Benfica Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid PSG vs Manchester City The 1st legs will be played on 5-6 April while the 2nd legs will be played on 12-13 April
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    Sports Barcelona Thrash Real Madrid 4-0 In El Clasico

    Barcelona moved six points clear at the top of La Liga, after a commanding 4-0 victory over Real Madrid on Saturday. Luis Suarez applied a superb finish to a team move to open the scoring, before Neymar made it 2-0 following a fine pass from Andres Iniesta. Iniesta himself combined neatly...