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Barcelona

Another showing like against Huesca will keep critics off Barcelona's back

Barcelona midfielder Xavi has expressed he'd like to follow in the footsteps of former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola and be a coach at the legendary Catalan club.

Luis Enrique summed up 2014 on Friday using a very particular Spanish vernacular that is best translated up as "amazing" or "excellent," but it will not have a very happy ending if his Barcelona side fail to beat lowly Cordoba on Saturday and put on a bit of a show for the Camp Nou crowd. The fact is Barca missed a great chance last weekend to put pressure on Real Madrid at the top of La Liga and finish 2014 on the top of the pile.

Their 0-0 draw with Getafe was a huge two points lost that could...

Barcelona have enough depth and quality to survive a transfer ban

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Sid Lowe discuss the Champions League draw, where Barcelona drew a tough Manchester City side in the round of 16.

It may have been a dead tie against third-rate opposition, but Tuesday's 8-1 win over Huesca on Tuesday night in the last 32 of the Spanish Cup again proved that Barcelona have enough talent in reserve if the current transfer ban on the club is upheld.

A decision is expected at some stage before the end of December -- word in the Catalan media on Wednesday is that it could come in the next seven days -- from the Court of Arbitration for Sport about the FIFA ban that currently stops Barca from...

 By Lee Roden

Luis Enrique's Barcelona is a departure in style from the Pep Guardiola era

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Sid Lowe discuss the Champions League draw, where Barcelona drew a tough Manchester City side in the round of 16.

The way a manager attempts to solve unwelcome problems can be revealing.

With Dani Alves unavailable for selection against Paris Saint-Germain last week, Luis Enrique's tactical response reflected his priorities as a coach. The Barcelona boss avoided trying to replace Alves directly and instead saw an opportunity to aid the players his side rely on most. After half a season it is now becoming clear that Enrique's Barça is one built on strikers, a significant shift from the Barça built on...

Player Ratings: Pedro, La Masia youngsters demolish Huesca

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Sid Lowe discuss the Champions League draw, where Barcelona drew a tough Manchester City side in the round of 16.

Barcelona demolished Huesca 8-1 at the Camp Nou in the second leg of the last 32 in the Copa del Rey. Pedro (hat-trick), Sergi Roberto, Andres Iniesta, Adriano, Adama Traore and Sandro Ramirez scored the goals for the Blaugrana, who enjoyed 75 percent of possession, created 26 goalscoring chances and attempted 23 shots, 14 of them on target.

With all due respect to the courageous visitors, this was definitely the easiest game of the season for the Catalans. The 4-0 advantage that the Blaugranas...

Luis Suarez is the latest Barcelona forward signing to settle slowly

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Sid Lowe discuss the Champions League draw, where Barcelona drew a tough Manchester City side in the round of 16.

Luis Suarez is a failure at Barcelona.

Bought to score goals, bought because he is prolific -- "he had one job ..." as the fashionable phrase goes, attached to a picture of some form of monumental screw-up. One job and he's made a pig's ear out of it.

Sadly for his critics, those who'd like to judge him right now, he comes from a long line of failures. Henrik Larsson. David Villa. Thierry Henry -- real no-goodniks like them.

The idea that the Uruguayan is failing is magnified by the fact that Barcelona...

Where does Thierry Henry's legacy fit into the pantheon of French football?

Former Arsenal and France striker Thierry Henry has announced his retirement from football as he prepares for a career in the media.

Now that his career is over, Thierry Henry, 37, will come home. He will move back to where he belongs. No, it is not Paris or its suburbs where he was born and grew up and where his family still lives. It is not Monaco, where he started his incredible career at age 17. No, home for Henry is London.

Of course, he spent eight great years at Arsenal and has a statue at the Emirates. He is the club's greatest-ever player, its top goal-scorer (228), its biggest legend and, in my opinion, the best player...