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BARCELONA (Reuters) - Five months after Josep Maria Bartomeu resigned, FC Barcelona will finally elect a new president on Sunday, with more than 110,000 of the Liga club's members expected to vote in polling stations in Catalonia, across Spain and via post.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Former Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu was arrested on Monday after Catalan police officers searched the La Liga club's offices.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona's leading presidential candidate Joan Laporta has said the club's Jan. 24 election should go ahead as planned, despite the prospect of novel coronavirus restrictions in the region of Catalonia being extended.
PETALING JAYA: It was a surreal scene in Putrajaya when a group of karate practitioners submitted a memorandum to Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican to step in and resolve the internal conflicts afflicting Malaysia Karate Federation (Makaf).
MADRID (Reuters) - Barcelona's interim president Carlos Tusquets feels the club should have cashed-in on Lionel Messi during the summer transfer window.
MADRID (Reuters) - Former Barcelona president Joan Laporta announced his candidacy for the vacant post on Monday, vowing to return the club to its former glories and unite the disgruntled fanbase.
(Reuters) - A frustrated Lionel Messi said he is tired of being blamed for problems at Barcelona after he was accused by Antoine Griezmann's former agent of making life difficult for the French striker at the La Liga club.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Toni Nadal, uncle and former coach of 20-times Grand Slam tennis champion Rafa, could be in line for a place on the board of Barcelona after announcing on Friday he has joined the team of presidential candidate Victor Font.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona Gerard Pique has said the club had been declining for some time and welcomed the resignation of president Josep Maria Bartomeu, predicting a brighter future under new leadership and with plenty of young blood in the squad.
MADRID (Reuters) - Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu's resignation has not left coach Ronald Koeman fearing for his job.