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Barcelona

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Barcelona laying the groundwork for greatness

The ESPN FC crew discuss if Steven Gerrard will ever captain Liverpool again, Premier League managers in European competition, Gerard's Pique's form for Barcelona and if Arsenal should sell Theo Walcott.

Three days later and the fall-out from the Clasico continues. There has been analysis from all quarters on what went right and wrong for both sides, but seemingly very little praise for a Barcelona performance that puts them clearly into pole position to win this season's La Liga.

Barca needed revenge for the 3-1 defeat at the Santiago Bernabeu last October and that is what they got, a deserved three points against a very strong Real Madrid side that pushed Luis Enrique's side all the way.

However,...

 By Chris Wright

Barcelona duo Dani Alves and Jose Manuel Pinto record song for charity

Barcelona's answer to Seals & Croft (ask your parents), Dani Alves and Jose Manuel Pinto, have joined forces with Spanish songwriter Mario Baro to record and release their very own pop song.

The single, entitled "You're Special," is a positive little ditty which aims to inspire "contagious optimism" by motivating people to "break down barriers and feel good with themselves."

Alves...

 By Chris Wright

Barcelona's Xavi employs impressive memory skills to ace goals quiz

With reports circulating that he may be on his way to Qatar at the end of the season, Xavi seems to have spent the day looking back over the many years he has spent as a one-club man among the Barcelona ranks.

Indeed, with nostalgia in the air, the Catalan side's YouTube channel have press-ganged the legendary 35-year-old midfielder into playing a little game of "What Happens Next?" by challenging him to remember five goals chosen at random from those he has netted over the years.

For a guy...

Barcelona stay top as Juventus close in with PSG and Chelsea also climbing

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop reveals his latest power rankings for this week which feature Arsenal's inclusion in the Top 10.
ESPN FC's Sid Lowe believes there is a high probability that Barcelona will drop points before season's end and afford Real Madrid an opportunity to win La Liga.
The ESPN FC panel discuss an incredible weekend in the world of football with Manchester United's win and Barcelona's El Clasico victory highlighting the action.

With the last international break of the season upon us, club sides are taking a breather ahead of one final push. The latest edition of the Power Rankings shows that Barcelona continue to be in the rudest of health.

1. Barcelona (no change)

It was all about the Clasico in Spain last weekend and Barca prevailed, thanks to a set-piece goal and a moment of sheer quality from Luis Suarez. It all means that, with 10 games to go, Luis Enrique's men have a four-point lead in La Liga. There's a long way...

Barcelona need to improve in front of goal to keep treble hopes alive

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe believes there is a high probability that Barcelona will drop points before season's end and afford Real Madrid an opportunity to win La Liga.

Barcelona secured a 2-1 win in El Clasico over the weekend in what could prove a decisive step toward bringing the Liga trophy to the Camp Nou museum at the end of the season. The 98,000 Cules who attended the match left the stadium chanting euphorically, bursting with pride after witnessing their team fight relentlessly in order to secure the three points.

Impressively, Barcelona ended their first crucial week of the season with two decisive wins in as many matches, having also seen off Manchester...

Barcelona claim Clasico points; Man United see off Gerrard and Liverpool

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno examines Luis Suarez's world-class performance against Real Madrid in El Clasico.

Maybe you can distill it down to some kind of scientific axiom: the greater the number of individual superstars on the pitch, the greater the chance that a moment of genius, magic or what you might otherwise call unaccountable skill will be the difference between the two.

Barcelona and Real Madrid both had spells in which they enjoyed the upper hand in Sunday's Clasico, but only the Catalans had Luis Suarez and the move he pulled 10 minutes into the second half.

The former Liverpool striker ghosted...