Luis Suárez: “I have a great relationship with Messi”

Luis Suárez: “I have a great relationship with Messi”

It’s been an intense 2014 for Luis Suárez, to say the least. From the controversy at the World Cup and his subsequent four-month suspension, to his transfer to Barcelona and finding his footing in a new system, the Uruguayan has been through a lot. Over the holiday break, he gave an exclusive interview to Sport 360°. He spoke about what it’s like playing with Neymar and Messi, the differences between the Premier League and La Liga, and why he believes he can be successful at his dream club. Read the full interview after the jump.

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Picture of the day: Pedro’s football camp

Picture of the day: Pedro’s football camp

I have roughly the same vacation schedule as your average footballer and all I can think of when my holiday is coming up is snuggling up at home and sleeping in. Thankfully, Pedro Rodríguez is not as lazy as I am and took some of his vacation time to run a football camp for children in his native Tenerife.

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Golazos Made in La Masia (20-21 December)

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Café con leche: December 25, 2014

Café con leche: December 25, 2014

Everyday Spain’s near 20 million football fans visit their local news stand, pick up their preferred periodical poison and either delight or disgust in the latest happenings of their favorite club. And whether Marca in Madrid or Mundo Deportivo in Catalonia, a café con leche is always part of the morning football ritual. So pour one yourself and find out what’s happening today in Barça nation.

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The Front: Sport (25.12.2014)

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HAPPY SUÁREZ

LUIS WISHES HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO THE BARCELONISMO

“I want to win many titles”

“It’s a luxury to play with Neymar and Messi”

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Cartoon of the Day: Sport

Cartoon of the Day: Sport

BARÇA’S CHRISTMAS…

MERRY CHRISTMAS, WE HOPE THAT DURING THESE HOLIDAYS YOU HAVE AN IMMEDIATE RETURN

REAL MADRID’S CHRISTMAS…

MERRY CHRISTMAS, WE HOPE THAT DURING THESE HOLIDAYS YOU DON’T HAVE MAXIMUM PENALTIES

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Picture of the day: Santa?

Picture of the day: Santa?

Santa Claus is looking very young this year. totalBarça joins Santa Neymar in wishing all of you a very Merry Christmas, Feliz Navidad and Bon Nadal. Visca Barça!

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Café con leche: December 24, 2014

Café con leche: December 24, 2014

Everyday Spain’s near 20 million football fans visit their local news stand, pick up their preferred periodical poison and either delight or disgust in the latest happenings of their favorite club. And whether Marca in Madrid or Mundo Deportivo in Catalonia, a café con leche is always part of the morning football ritual. So pour one yourself and find out what’s happening today in Barça nation.

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Exclusive picture of the day: Dining with Xavi

Exclusive picture of the day: Dining with Xavi

December 23, 2014, a day I will never forget. Sitting at home waiting to go and play football, I received a call from my brother telling me that he got us an invitation to dinner with Xavi  Hernández. I was mesmerized and couldn’t believe that it was really happening. I quickly called my friends to tell them that I won’t be joining them for football. Wearing my Barça tie, I entered an elegant gala filled with Egyptian players, ex-players and actors. I couldn’t concentrate on them as my eyes were set to see one person only, Xavi. I cruised through the crowed in search of the maestro and there he was, sitting with his family, a normal humble guy. My brother and I couldn’t take our eyes from him so we ran to the nearest table and luckily it was a table exactly one meter away. With the music playing, he was always going with the music and clapping, he is a typical maestro, on and off the field. For three hours we couldn’t stop looking at him and when the music stopped for a couple of seconds, we shouted “Xavi! Xavi!” and he turned and saw us holding his t-shirt. He then waved for us with a smile and gave us a thumbs up. Minutes later, I gave him the t-shirt and he signed it. It is a day to remember. We went home feeling victorious and thankfully he looked happy, so hopefully it won’t be his last visit to Egypt.

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The Front: Sport (24.12.2014)

the front sport dec 24 2014

NEYMAR WILL RENEW

THE BRAZILIAN CONFIRMS IN A SPORT EXCLUSIVE

FUTURE: “We’re talking and I will review because I’m happy in Barcelona”

TEAM: “We’re going for it all and we want to win the Champions”

HIS AGENT, WAGNER RIBEIRO: “Barça wants to renew him and there will be an agreement until 2020”

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The Front: Mundo Deportivo (24.12.2014)

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RESCUED

ALBA, PEDRO, PIQUÉ

The recovery of the three players has been one of the greatest merits of Luis Enrique

The central thought to leave, the winger returns to be an arrow and Lucho chose the Canary Islander over Alexis.

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Cartoon of the Day: Sport

Cartoon of the Day: Sport

FLORENTINO PEREZ: THERE IS NO DOUBT THAT CRISTIANO DESERVES THE BALON D’OR

“But if there is a doubt… …I’ll make a few quick calls and resolve them”

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Breaking News: Messi is not left footed

Breaking News: Messi is not left footed

From the overflowing “Messi did WHAT now?” department, a quick review of Leo’s goal scoring so far this campaign reveals something incredible! Find out what after the jump.

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Café con leche: December 23, 2014

Café con leche: December 23, 2014

Everyday Spain’s near 20 million football fans visit their local news stand, pick up their preferred periodical poison and either delight or disgust in the latest happenings of their favorite club. And whether Marca in Madrid or Mundo Deportivo in Catalonia, a café con leche is always part of the morning football ritual. So pour one yourself and find out what’s happening today in Barça nation.

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The Front: Sport (23.12.2014)

the front sport dec 23 2014

PHAROAH XAVI

SPORT’S EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW IN EGYPT

BARÇA: “We’re totally plugged in and we’re going to win an important title.”

LUIS ENRIQUE: “He seems like an honest man, methodical, clear and he doesn’t deceive anyone.”

FUTURE: “It would have been messed up for me to leave. I want to stay until 2016.”

MESSI: “He’s happier and always scores; this trident is the bomb.”

MADRID: “Break records but we’re right there. Something we do well, no?”

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The Front: Mundo Deportivo (23.12.2014)

the front MD dec 23 2014

MD’S SURVEY ABOUT FC BARCELONA

THE SOCIOS SPEAK

They wouldn’t renovate the contract with Qatar and they don’t like the shirt with the horizontal stripes

They consider the Camp Nou a safe stadium and approve of the social and economic areas

They prefer elections next summer and Laporta would win out over Bartomeu

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Cartoon of the Day: Sport

Cartoon of the Day: Sport

CRISTIANO RONALDO INAUGURATED AN ENORMOUS STATUE DEDICATED TO HIMSELF…

WE WOULD HAVE PREFERRED A MUCH MORE REALISTIC STATUE…

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Picture of the day: Messi in wax

Picture of the day: Messi in wax

Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum in Berlin has a new attraction, Lionel Messi as he appeared in the 2014 World Cup. Pretty good likeness, isn’t it?

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Valladolid-Barça B: Reserves’ Waterloo (7-0)

Valladolid-Barça B: Reserves’ Waterloo (7-0)

If Barcelona B’s defeat to Mirandés last week was a matter of bad finishing and horrendous errors at the back, then this week’s defeat at Valladolid is as shameful as a defeat can get. Barcelona B lost 7-0 to a team that had shown to have nothing special up to this point, and no matter how this hurts, Eusebio’s players deserved to lose by this margin. Barcelona B succumbed to their worst ever defeat in the Liga Adelante yesterday, and sadly, the scoreline was somewhat flattering for the visitors. Read more…

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A match for the misfiring and maligned

A match for the misfiring and maligned

To most viewers, FC Barcelona thumping the 19th-placed team in La Liga 5-0 at home is the definition of business as usual, but in many ways Barcelona-Córdoba was a match for the unexpected. With rare sightings of Martin Montoya, a misfiring Messi, an in-form Pedro, and not one but two set-piece goals, fans were taken on a veritable safari tour of foreign sights.

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December 22, 2014

View The Ratings: FC Barcelona 5-0 Córdoba CF

The Front: Mundo Deportivo (22.12.2014)

The Front: Sport (22.12.2014)

Cartoon of the Day: Sport

Picture(s) of the day: Home for the holidays

Neymar: “We can win everything”


December 21, 2014

Valladolid-Barça B: Time for action

Café con leche: December 21, 2014

The Front: Sport (21.12.2014)

The Front: Mundo Deportivo (21.12.2014)

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