Previous
AS Roma
CSKA Moscow
6:45 PM GMT
Game Details
Bayern Munich
Manchester City
6:45 PM GMT
Game Details
Ajax Amsterdam
Paris Saint-Germain
6:45 PM GMT
Game Details
Barcelona
Apoel Nicosia
6:45 PM GMT
Game Details
Chelsea
Schalke 04
6:45 PM GMT
Game Details
NK Maribor
Sporting Lisbon
6:45 PM GMT
Game Details
Athletic Bilbao
Shakhtar Donetsk
6:45 PM GMT
Game Details
FC Porto
BATE Borisov
6:45 PM GMT
Game Details
Blackburn Rovers
Derby County
6:45 PM GMT
Game Details
Nottingham Forest
Fulham
6:45 PM GMT
Game Details
Fleetwood Town
Barnsley
6:45 PM GMT
Game Details
Montreal Impact
New York Red Bulls
12:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Bayamon FC
America
12:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Municipal
Real Espana
2:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Huachipato
U. Católica
9:00 PM GMT
Leg 1
Game Details
Universitario de Sucre
César Vallejo
10:00 PM GMT
Leg 1
Game Details
Libertad
Barcelona
12:15 AM GMT
Leg 2Aggregate: 0 - 1
Game Details
River Plate
Godoy Cruz de Mendoza
12:15 AM GMT
Leg 2Aggregate: 1 - 0
Game Details
San Lorenzo
Defensa y Justicia
10:00 PM GMT
Game Details
Nueva Chicago
Boca Unidos
6:30 PM GMT
Game Details
Huracán
Crucero del Norte
10:00 PM GMT
Game Details
Aldosivi
Douglas Haig
11:00 PM GMT
Game Details
Guarini A. Franco
Ferro Carril Oeste
12:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Independiente Rivadavia
All Boys
12:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Patronato
Atlético Tucumán
12:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Sarmiento de Junín
Santamarina
12:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Gimnasia y Esgrima de Jujuy
Instituto de Córdoba
12:30 AM GMT
Game Details
At. San Luis
Correcaminos
12:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Irapuato
Altamira
12:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Oaxaca
Lobos BUAP
12:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Chiapas
Veracruz
2:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Queretaro
U.A.N.L
2:00 AM GMT
Game Details
U. de G.
Atlas
2:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Cruzeiro
Atletico Paranaense
10:30 PM GMT
Game Details
EC Vitória
Fluminense FC
10:30 PM GMT
Game Details
Figueirense FC
Criciúma
12:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Sport
Internacional
12:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Botafogo
Bahia
1:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Coritiba FBC
São Paulo
1:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Palmeiras
Flamengo
1:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Alianza Lima
Inti Gas Deportes
12:00 AM GMT
Game Details
12 de Octubre
Nacional
9:00 PM GMT
Game Details
FC Seoul
Western Sydney Wanderers
0
0
LIVE 46'
Leg 1
Game Details
Bay United
Mamelodi Sundowns
Postp
Game Details
Chippa United
Orlando Pirates
Postp
Game Details
Free State Stars
Moroka Swallows
Postp
Game Details
Mpumalanga Black Aces
Ajax Cape Town
Postp
Game Details
Silver Stars
Pretoria Univ
Postp
Game Details
SuperSport United
Bloem Celtic
Postp
Game Details
Alajuelense
Belen
2:00 AM GMT
Game Details
Patriotas F.C.
La Equidad
8:00 PM GMT
Leg 2Aggregate: 0 - 0
Game Details
Atlético Junior
Llaneros
11:00 PM GMT
Leg 2Aggregate: 1 - 1
Game Details
Boyacá Chicó FC
Once Caldas
12:30 AM GMT
Leg 2Aggregate: 1 - 2
Game Details
Deportes Tolima
Independiente Medellín
12:30 AM GMT
Leg 2Aggregate: 1 - 0
Game Details
Independiente Santa Fe
Cucuta
12:45 AM GMT
Leg 2Aggregate: 2 - 1
Game Details
Next

The Unbeatables

FC Reviews Jul 23, 2014
Read

FC Reviews: Six Stickers

FC Reviews Jul 3, 2014
Read

FIFA World Cup - Brazil

FC Reviews Jun 13, 2014
Read

Javier Zanetti: 'Play Like a Man'

FC Reviews Jun 4, 2014
Read

The Hooligan Factory

FC Reviews May 29, 2014
Read

The Class of '92

Blog - FC Reviews Nov 20, 2013
Read

Adidas Copa Mundial

Blog - FC Reviews Nov 7, 2013
Read
Jun 14, 2014

Spain disaster should cause Barca alarm bells to ring

The embarrassing way in which Spain were heavily defeated by Netherlands in the World Cup can only be interpreted as a reminder that those who fail to evolve with the times are usually left behind. While the current world champions and Barcelona are different organisations, the Blaugrana board should take note of such an alarming result and continue to take difficult, yet crucial decisions ahead of next season.

After one of the more disappointing years in recent Barcelona history, reinforcing the squad before the end of the transfer window in late August has now become a task that can't be delayed any longer.

Despite signing promising goalkeeper Marc Andre Ter Stegen as well as the returning Rafinha and Gerard Deulofeu back from loan, the Catalan supporters are still demanding further additions to their ageing squad -- and rightly so.

Barcelona have confirmed the sale of Cesc Fabregas to Chelsea for 33 million euros. If we take into account that the 27-year-old Spain international managed to score 13 goals and give 16 assists last season, it is very difficult to justify selling the player for such a tiny amount of money. When we consider the fact that Mesut Ozil was sold to Arsenal for 50 million euros or James Rodriguez to Monaco for 45 million just 12 months ago, the amount that has reportedly been agreed with Jose Mourinho's club seems ridiculous.

Many are sad to see Fabregas leave after failing to fulfil his dream of succeeding at the Camp Nou, especially if we consider the many years spent negotiating his return. Ultimately, the player was unable to find his role within the Blaugrana formation and was unable to establish himself as a regular starter ahead of Xavi or Andres Iniesta. His ability to perform anywhere within the Catalans' attacking third ended up working against him, as did his decreasing influence in crucial matches as years went by.

- Marcotti: Spain must regroup

To be totally honest, Cesc never truly felt at home. Many Cules refused to forget about his voluntary departure from the club while with the U15s and, more importantly, the huge amount of money invested to bring him back. This significant section of the Blaugrana community made sure their feelings were heard around the stadium whenever Fabregas made a mistake.

I was surprised by his decision to join forces with Mourinho, considering that the pair have clashed in the past when the Portuguese was Chelsea manager as well as in charge of Real Madrid. Having said that, I'm sure the newly found best friends have already ironed their differences and are eager to work together.

The amount of cash earned by Fabregas' sale is very likely to be invested in attracting Ivan Rakitic from Sevilla. The 26-year-old Croatian playmaker was instrumental in taking Sevilla back to Europe last year and would certainly add much-needed hunger and freshness to Luis Enrique's midfield. His ability to distribute the ball across the park at high speed, excellent technique and ability to either score himself or find unmarked teammates in the final attacking third would be a great addition to Enrique's squad.

Cesc Fabregas endured a troubled time at Barcelona before leaving them a second time.

While it is encouraging to see the Barca directors finally starting to make changes, the key position to be reinforced (the central defensive spot) continues to attract very little attention. The signings of Marquinhos and Jeremy Mathieu are still being discussed, but to be honest, neither of them fully fit the required profile: young yet experienced at the highest level and able to play the ball on the floor from the back line.

Another position that must be improved is right-back. While many appreciate everything that Dani Alves has given Barca over the years, the undeniable truth is that his pace and defensive commitment are in decline. Fiorentina's Juan Guillermo Cuadrado has been targeted as a replacement, and the Colombian's energy will both rejuvenate and strengthen the Catalans' right flank.

Let's hope that technical director Andoni Zubizarreta and his team continue to work towards signing world-class players to ensure Barca can fight for every competition entered in the coming season -- I trust that Enrique would not allow it to be any other way.

More than 520,000 Cules follow Francesc Tomas @TomasESPN and Barcablog Facebook for news and opinion notes on Barcelona.