The end of the week is upon us and it is a perfect moment to take a look back at the most important news of the last seven days. Ernesto Valverde’s arrival in Barcelona, his responses to fans’ questions, the tribute to the Wembley 92’ heroes and the 1-1 draw in the play-off for Andreu Plaza’s futsal team are among the most important stories of the week:

The new Barça coach speaks about his first impressions upon arrival in Barcelona.

La Liga has three Catalan teams after eleven years of just the two from Barcelona. Since the 2006/07 season FC Barcelona and Espanyol have been the only representatives but they will now be joined by FC Girona.

Georgios Bartzokas’s contract has been terminated by the Club. The Greek coach will be leaving Barça Lassa.

Leo Messi: “I would like to finish my career at FC Barcelona.” The Argentinian star speaks about his future in an ESPN interview.

Moto GP pilots and blaugrana legends meet at the Camp Nou as part of the Wembley25 tributes.

Barça Lassa return to the Palau with the play-off series in the balance at 1-1. The Catalans won the first with penalties (2-2, 3-1) but then lost the second match 6-1.

Stoichkov, Koeman, Eusebio, Amor and Carles Rexach took part in the Samitier Wembley25 forum and spoke about the unforgettable final.

Barça B are into the final knockout round having beaten FC Cartagena over two legs as they seek to get promoted to Division 2B.

Emotional tribute to the heroes of Wembley 92’ on the 25th anniversary.

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