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Meet my Cuddly Wuddly

I adopted him over a year ago :)

And look he also loves Barca

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xavi6hernandezultimatefan:

grrlinterrupted:

thelifeofacatlady:

beben-eleben:

Cat-Thieves That Were Caught Red-Pawed

Hahahah cats are the greatest

THE PANCAKE

The Cutest thing ever„„„„„

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awwww-cute:

Claw trap. Touch that belly and you’ll have a permanent kitty attached to your forearm


cull3nblaze:

Seven seasons of “You push, I push” ♥

onegreenplanet:

Watch This Generous Cockatoo Share His Spaghetti With A Doggie Best Friend

He didn’t leave the club as he deserved. He left through the back door. He was a spectacular player, you only have to see the goals and assists from his time at Barça. I suppose he will be hurting because his dream was to triumph at Barcelona
Cristian Tello on Cesc Fabregas (via germanynt)
XAVI LEAVING BARCA

 MY EMOTIONS STILL ON XAVSTER LEAVING BARCA

@ 1st it was like

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Then came

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Don’t Lie 2 me

Then….

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When Realization sank in it was all Down Hill & Mixed Emotions:

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Spain vs Australia (12pm today)

barcaworld10:

I am still looking forward to seeing our champions perform and say goodbye to the world cup today. VIVA ESPANA 


xavi6hernandezultimatefan:

Whyyyyyyy??????

rdjandxavi:

Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo :´(

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I want to apologise to every Spanish fan, we are responsible for the loss. I hope you can forgive us.
Iker Casillas (via gosialovesbarca)

espanaland:

18.06

xavi6hernadezultimatefan:

WHERE IT ALL WENT WRONG FOR SPAIN

Damn this lady again

thefootballtroll:

OH SPAIN. COULD THIS GET ANY WORST-ER?!

Yet another captain bids Barça farewell

Xavi follows Puyol and Valdés out the door

Xavi’s illustrious Barcelona career will come to an end in the next few weeks. He will be the third ‘azulgrana’ captain to depart this summer, following Víctor Valdés and Carles Puyol. The Catalan midfielder will soon be handing in his Barça jersey after having signed a pre-contract with Qatari side Al Arabi.

Xavi’s new coach, Dan Petrescu, broke the news: “Xavi has signed a pre-contract with us. Other clubs were interested in him, but our offer has convinced him. I’ve spoken to him personally on the phone.” The former Chelsea player added that Al Arabi will pay him around €8m for every six months of competition.

Cesc told MARCA about his friend’s decision to leave the Camp Nou: “He and Puyol want to step out of the limelight, spend more time with their families and enjoy a less demanding lifestyle.”

The midfielder will leave the Camp Nou after scoring 81 goals in 723 matches over 16 seasons. The most decorated player in Barça’s history boasts a glittering list of honours: two Club World Cups, three Champions Leagues, two European Super Cups, seven leagues, two Copas del Rey and six Supercopas.

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Guardiola will travel to Brazil to see Messi

Bayern Munich coach Josep Guardiola will fly to Brazil to see Lionel Messi after Argentina’s clash with Nigeria on 25th June, according to newspaper ‘Sport’.

"The player and coach established such a tight relationship [during the coach’s time at Barcelona], that Guardiola intends to meet up with the player after the Argentina-Nigeria match on 25th June," reported the Spanish newspaper.

"According to sources near to the coach, Guardiola’s plan is to go down to the dressing room after the game and meet with the player," added ‘Sport’.

Guardiola will be in Buenos Aires the day after in order to give a talk entitled ‘The World Cup in Pep’s Eyes’ at the Luna Park stadium.



(Source: t.co)