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Interview with Infantil A player Georgios Spanoudakis

We have had the opportunity to interview one of the major talents in the youth academy La Masia. Meet Georgios Spanoudakis.
Most people, especially the youngest of our readers may not know who you are, Georgios. Can you tell me about yourself?


- I am 14 years old (born 1998), 171 cm tall and I play for the U14 team of FC Barcelona, ​​also known as Infantil A. I came to Barcelona and La Masia when I was 10 years old, is half Greek and half German.




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This is an interview made by the Norwegian fan site Blaugrana.no. I found it interesting, so I thought I'd translate it and share it with you guys. I guess we all know a lot about La Masia to begin with, but it can never be too much imo xD

This man's an angel sent straight down from heaven

 

Following the good news about Abidal contract renewal here's another story about this wonderful man. Grab a box of kleenex and get ready to feel even more proud of this team.

A letter written to the Spanish newspaper "La Vanguardia" tells us the beautiful story starring FC Barcelona's French player and a kid affected by a similar tumor to the one Abidal had last year.
The letter explains how much it helped his son to get better, using Abidal as an example. 


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Thiago and Rafinha Alcántara: from Barra da Tijuca to Camp Nou



SPORT.ES ARTICLE + ESPN BRAZIL VIDEO!!!


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[njpw] RAINMAKAAAHHHHH

hold it here! a look inside the attacking performance of barca in the cwc final

The pretty sad thing for Santos in the Club World Cup final is that nearly every goal could have been prevented if the center backs could clear the ball. However that did not happen and as we know FC Barcelona went on to defeat the Brazilian club 4-0. This is a little look into just where Barca attacked from, how the goals were created, and where the shots from the players came from.

If you watched the final you know that Messi and Xavi ran the show. Now here is a little look into just how much.

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POST-MATCH INTERVIEW AT 'EL MARCADOR': THIAGO AND RAFINHA ALCÁNTARA



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Thi_Alcantara91 : No tengo palabras para el día de hoy! 06/12/11 [I have no words to describe this day!]

Oye José, escúchame que no lo hice queriendooo.Yo te fui a buscar y me lié, que día mas buenoooo...

Have you ever wondered what Thiago's favorite movie is? Who do you think is Bartra's idol? Does Álvaro Vázquez know who Bartra's idol is? Who is Villa's best friend at Barça? Ever asked yourself who is more popular with the girls, whether it's Bartra or Álvaro? What does the title to this post mean? Why are the OPs wondering what air is, what life is? and are posting from the grave?




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barcelona; torna si us plau.

Ricos, guapos, y estudiantes - Crispi eat your heart out

Ivan San Antonio did an interview with our babies a while ago - turns out they don't only win our hearts with their adorable twatpics and questionable hairstyles - our boys are the future Bill Gateses and Einsteins as well. Translated by the amaaaaazing emiliana84, so make sure to thank her specifically!



The cliché that football players can’t have an academic career died out long ago” stated Professor Xavier Ramírez, one of their tutors.

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barcelona; torna si us plau.

Our babies making it big in the PL.

The Telegraph recently did an interview with our Barca DNA at Blackburn Ruben Rochina, where he talks about how awesome La Masia was, and about how he made the move from Barca B to the PL. It's classically biased towards England, but hey, we can't have fapping over La Masia AND journo neutrality. In any case, it's a very honest and great interview.

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