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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Atletico 2 0 0 6
4 Barcelona 2 0 0 6
5 Real Madrid 1 1 0 4
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Neymar lacks maturity to lead Brazil, says Leonardo

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth and Alexis Nunes talk about Barcelona and if the return of Neymar will have them going in full force.

Neymar does not yet have the maturity to be the leader of Brazil's national team, although he is improving, said former Selecao star Leonardo on Thursday. 

Leonardo, who is currently the director of football at Paris Saint-Germain, told SporTV in Brazil that while the 23-year-old Neymar has played impressively with the national team, he has also been unable to control his emotions.

The Barcelona star was named captain of Dunga's side following the 2014 World Cup, but was dealt a four-match ban...

Lionel Messi will stay at Barcelona 'for life,' says director Robert Fernandez

Although the La Liga's top scorers from last season didn't manage to find the net in their respective first two league games, ESPN FC's Paul Mariner says that it's just a matter of time before Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are threats once more.
ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik breaks down how Luis Suarez's movement on and off the ball makes him such a threat for Barcelona.
Lionel Messi has many years left in a Barcelona shirt, says the club's technical director Robert Fernandez.

Lionel Messi will remain at Barcelona "for life," according to the club's technical director Robert Fernandez.

The 28-year-old forward underlined his status as one of the best players in team history last season when he scored a total of 60 goals and set up 28 more in 60 appearances, helping the Blaugrana capture a Primera Division, Champions League and Copa del Rey treble.

Messi is already in the Barca books as the all-time record goal scorer.

Asked if he will have to think of a Barca without Messi...

Barcelona to start Neymar talks over new and improved contract

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth and Alexis Nunes talk about Barcelona and if the return of Neymar will have them going in full force.

Barcelona technical director Robert Fernandez has said talks to extend Neymar's contract will begin soon and he is confident they can be resolved quickly.

Neymar, 23, is under contract to the European champions until June 2018, and the club want to tie him to an improved deal that would reportedly make him their second-highest earner after Lionel Messi.

The Brazil captain scored 43 goals in all competitions last season as part of Barcelona's record-breaking attack, helping them win the Primera Division,...

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Angel Correa can't wait to pass ball with Lionel Messi for Argentina

Angel Correa has been Argentina's key playmaker at the South American Under-20 Championships.
Atletico Madrid striker Angel Correa is enjoying his first senior team call-up for Argentina.

Atletico Madrid's young striker Angel Correa says he can't wait to evade defenders along with his Argentina teammate Lionel Messi because "he is the best in the world."

Correa is enjoying his first senior team call-up for Argentina for a pair of friendlies in Texas and admitted he was in awe of the Barcelona star.

"We were playing together during training," Correa told TyC Sports. "I hope I can trick a lot of defenders by passing the ball to Messi because he is the best in the world."

Correa, 20,...

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Neymar limps off pitch during Brazil training - reports

Kaka trained with Brazil in ahead of their friendly fixtures against Costa Rica and the United States.

Brazil star Neymar left national team training on Wednesday night after speaking with a team doctor, according to multiple reports.

The Barcelona forward grabbed his right knee after shooting 20 minutes into training before limping off the training pitch in New Jersey, reports said.

According to TV3, Brazil manager Dunga decided not to risk the player for the rest of training and told him to rest.

Neymar just returned from two weeks on the sideline after contracting mumps. He made his season debut...