FC Barcelona president Joan Laporta spoke at the club’s general assembly, where he defended the club’s position on the European Super League project, in which they remain on the same page as Real Madrid and Juventus.
Barça drew 2-2 against Valencia in their last match (Image credits: Lluis Gene/Getty Images) FC Barcelona faces Valencia CF at the Mestalla Stadium on Sunday, tonight, in what seems to be a "must-win" fixture for the Catalans after their tragic, yet unnecessary 2-1 loss to Granada, in La Liga this week. The disappointment against Granada was brutal not just for us cules, but it also left a devastating effect on the players mentally to see through the campaign ahead. Since then, Real & Atlético Madrid have both pounced back securing their three points respectively which now deems tonight’s Valencia fixture to be extremely crucial for Barça if they want to thrive in the title race ahead. Koeman’s 23-man squad has travelled to Mestalla