A whole new, incredibly complicated format for Segunda B that Barca B will have to deal with this season.
Barcelona's Ansu Fati / Photo montage by Blaugranagram At 17, and a first-team player at FC Barcelona, you may think the path to stardom has been straightforward for this unbelievably talented youngster, nothing could be further from the truth. Born in the former Portuguese territory of Guinea-Bissau in West Africa in October 2002, little did any of Ansu Fati's family know that within sixteen-years he would be making his debut for Barça due to the injuries of Lionel Messi, Luis Suárez and Ousmane Dembélé. The family were so poor that Fati's father, Bori, had to take the difficult decision to leave the family behind and move to Portugal to seek work. Things did not turn out as hoped and Bori had to beg
Barcelona's young guns / Photo montage by Blaugranagram FC Barcelona are continuing to churn out talent from their famed La Masia youth academy, with several Barça B players keen to be given the chance to shine in the first-team next season. Lionel Messi, Xavi, Gerard Piqué, Andrés Iniesta, Sergio Busquets and Carles Puyol all came through the ranks, and are just some of the alumni that have graduated and made their mark with the Catalan giants. Ansu Fati, who joined the club's youth ranks as a 10-year-old in 2012, is the latest player making waves in the first-team. Debuting in the 5-2 victory over Real Betis, aged 16 years and 298 days, he became the second-youngest player to debut for the club, behind