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Barcelona legend Iniesta: I struggled to adapt after joining Vissel Kobe

With Real Madrid back in the picture, the ESPN FC crew assess the chances Barcelona will relinquish their six-point advantage.
Barcelona were held scoreless in Bilbao, but still lead second-place Real Madrid by six points atop the La Liga table.

Andres Iniesta has said he and his family struggled to adapt after swapping Barcelona for Vissel Kobe but they are finally beginning to feel settled in Japan.

Iniesta, 34, left Spain for the Japanese side after last summer's World Cup and said it has been difficult to get used to the cultural differences between the two countries.

"I have to confess that the adaption process has not been easy during my first six months in Japan, in sporting and in family terms," he wrote in Esquire ahead of...

From Iniesta's croqueta to the Kroos shuffle: modern football's best signature moves

No player is more synonymous with a particular skill than Johan Cruyff's dragging of the ball behind his standing leg before darting off in another direction; you may know it as the Cruyff Turn.

Which players of the modern game have established signature moves of their own? Michael Cox breaks down some of football's most impressive pieces of technical ability.

Iniesta's croqueta

The extraordinary success of Barcelona and Spain during the era of Xavi and Andres Iniesta was based primarily...

Andres Iniesta explains Three Kings Day photo that prompted backlash

Former Spain and Barcelona star Andres Iniesta has released a statement explaining a social media post that prompted criticism because of a photo that included two people in blackface.

They were among 10 people that appeared along with the 34-year-old Vissel Kobe midfielder in an Instagram post celebrating Three Kings Day, a tradition that in Spain includes parades held in cities and villages featuring three men dressed up as kings - one of whom is traditionally black.

The photo published Sunday...

Andres Iniesta criticized after taking and posting photo with some in blackface

Former Spain and Barcelona star Andres Iniesta has been criticized on social media for posting a photo showing him with a group of people, including two in blackface, as part of the Three Kings Day celebration in Spain.

Iniesta, who was not in blackface, plays in Japan for Vissel Kobe.

The 34-year-old midfielder, who is white, was sitting at the front of a group of 10 people taking part in Epiphany celebrations. Parades held in cities and villages across Spain feature three men dressed up as kings...

Barcelona injury list grows as Luis Suarez, Arthur ruled out of PSV clash

Barcelona will be without more than half a dozen first-team players for Wednesday's Champions League game against PSV Eindhoven after Luis Suarez and Arthur were added to their injury list.

Suarez will be out for two weeks after aggravating a knee problem and is also set to miss the games against Villarreal, Cultural Leonesa and Espanyol.

However, the former Liverpool forward should be back for Tottenham's Champions League visit to the Camp Nou on Dec. 12.

Midfielder Arthur will sit out the PSV...

Andres Iniesta reveals depression battle in summer after Barcelona Treble win

Andres Iniesta has described the depression he suffered after winning the Treble with Barcelona in the 2008-09 season.

Iniesta, now at Vissel Kobe, said he had struggled in the months following their success after his friend Dani Jarque, a former Espanyol captain, died of heart failure during preseason preparations.

In his biography "The Artist: Being Iniesta," published in 2016, he wrote that in such difficult situations people could do "crazy" things.

Asked by La Sexta TV whether he had meant...